Heather Henry

Health Scientist Administrator, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences

National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Heather Henry, Ph.D., is a health science administrator for the NIEHS where she oversees Superfund Research Program (SRP) grants that span human health toxicology, risk assessment, detection technologies and remediation approaches. She has been with NIEHS since 2006 and provides guidance to potential applicants for SRP’s Multiproject Center Grants (P42s), Individual Research Grants (R01s), Small Business / Technology Transfer Grants (R41-44; SBIR/STTR), Virtual Center for Transdisciplinary/Translational Research (ViCTER) (R01), and Time-Sensitive Grants (R21). She represents the NIEHS on the Joint Subcommittee on Environment, Innovation, and Public Health (JEEP) PFAS Strategy Team (PST), the National Nanotechnology Initiative Water Strategy Team, and the Federal Remediation Technology Roundtable. Heather received a BS in Biology, Ecology and Evolution from the University of Rochester, a PhD in Biology from the University of Cincinnati and was a Fulbright Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Melbourne and University of Adelaide in Australia.