Native-CHART Native-Controlling Hypertension And Risk Through Technology
Amber Fyfe-Johnson, ND, PhD, is an Assistant Research Professor at the Initiative for Research and Education to Advance Community Health (IREACH) at Washington State University. Her research focuses on obesity prevention in childhood and adolescence, pediatric health disparities, and quantitative methods. As a member of the Native-CHART Methods Core, she uses her clinical and research experience to contextualize research designs and generate robust quantitative approaches to scientific questions. She conducts and interprets the results of statistical models and assesses their applicability to culturally relevant research and clinical practice.