Mary Huynh

Adjunct Assistant Professor
Community Health and Social Sciences
Dr. Mary Huynh, PhD, directs the Office of Vital Statistics, Bureau of Vital Statistics, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
Dr. Huynh manages a team of analysts and administrative staff whose duties include preparing birth and mortality data for analysis, publishing an annual report, conducting research and producing peer-reviewed manuscripts, and collaborating with internal and external researchers. Dr. Huynh’s research interests include assessing the impact of structural racism on birth outcomes, investigating trends in birth rates and adverse birth outcomes, and evaluating the effect of health policies on birth outcomes.
PhD in Epidemiology from University of Pittsburgh
BS in Biology from George Washington University
BA in Political Science from Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT
BS in Biology from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY
AS in Math And Science from SUNY Delhi, Delhi, NY
Research Interests
Dr. Huynh's research broadly focuses on the influence of neighborhood and social factors on maternal and child health outcomes including preterm birth and gestational weight gain. She is also interested in the utilization of midwifery services.