Marietta Anthony has worked on a variety of women's health issues and has served on numerous national committees and advisory boards on women's health. Marietta played a leadership role in women’s health at the National Institutes of Health, Food and Drug Administration, and Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Dr. Anthony served on an Institute of Medicine (IOM) panel on women's health research: Pitfalls, Progress, and Promise. She founded the National Center of Excellence in Women's Health at the University of Arizona and chaired the Governor’s Commission on the Health Status of Women and Families. She was Director of Women's Health Research at Georgetown and Gene Logic. Her most recent work has been on Alzheimer’s Disease.