Amber is a senior professional research assistant in the Department of Environmental & Occupational Health at the Colorado School of Public Health.
Amber has a DrPH and an MPH with a dual emphasis in biostatistics and epidemiology from ColoradoSPH and a degree in cellular and molecular biology with minors in chemistry and mathematics from Adams State College. As a student at ColoradoSPH, she participated in research on radon; biomonitoring environmental exposures of children in the San Luis Valley, Colorado; chronic kidney disease of unknown origin in the San Luis Valley; and exposures of poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Amber's doctoral research focused on radon and policy considerations for minimizing radon exposure. She served as a teaching assistant for the introduction to environmental and occupational health course at the Colorado School of Public Health and completed a practicum with the American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists.