Annie Sampson, MSc, is a Public Health Advisor in the Office of the Associate Director (OAD) in the Healthcare Delivery Research Program (HDRP). Annie works closely with the Associate and Deputy Directors on operations and planning and is on the HDRP Leadership Team. She manages the Program’s research budget, personnel, and provides research management for several large scientific initiatives. She also collaborates on scientific working groups in areas within cancer care delivery.
Prior to joining HDRP, Annie worked in the NIH Office of the Director, Office of Research on Women’s Health, where she served as staff lead of the trans-NIH Coordinating Committee for Research on Women’s Health and worked on a trans-HHS online course in collaboration with research and academic staff from NIH, FDA and Johns Hopkins. She spent 4 years in the NCI Office of the Director’s Office of Advocacy Relations where she was an Advocacy Relations Manager representing the Institute’s mission in cancer control, incorporating the patient perspective into research among patients, providers and policy makers. She was a Program Analyst in the Applied Research Program in the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences previously, supporting research in methods and design, risk factor assessment, health disparities, international cancer screening networks, provider surveys, and health economics. Annie received her BS in Psychology with a minor in Biology from Chestnut Hill College, and her MSc in Social Psychology with concentrations in Health and Economics from the London School of Economics.