Information and Research Specialist
Amy Wicks serves as the Information and Research Specialist for the National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome. In this position she provides journal articles, internet links and expert referrals on SBS-related topics to parents and professionals. Amy is also tracking victim and perpetrator data, legal outcomes and survivor consequences for over 2,000 cases of SBS/AHT (shaken baby syndrome/abusive head trauma) in a database that was started in 1999.
Amy also serves as an elected official on the Ogden City Council.