Amanda Chen graduated with honors from Johns Hopkins University in 2017 with a major in Public Health Studies and minor in Economics. After graduating, she worked as a health policy intern at the American Enterprise Institute before receiving her Master of Science in Health Policy and Economics from the Graduate School of Weill Cornell Medicine. Her master’s research focused on the quality and cost of care provided by skilled nursing facilities. Most recently, Amanda was a fellow at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration where she worked on projects related to medical device evaluation and the generation of real-world evidence to inform decision making. Broadly, her research interests are in public insurance programs and the quality and cost of care provided in post-acute and long-term care settings.