Mamatha Bhagavan, MBBS, MPH
Mamatha Bhagavan is a certified rater at Boston Center for Memory (BCM). In this role, Mamatha administers neuropsychological assessment used as outcome measure in clinical trials.
Mamatha initially served as a Clinical Research Coordinator at the BCM. Her primary responsibilities included overseeing and managing Phase II and Phase III clinical trials in pharmacotherapy for Alzheimer's disease and related dementias. Mamatha is certified to administer global and secondary neuropsychological assessments used as outcome measures in clinical research trials to assess changes in cognition and function.
Prior to her position at BCM, Mamatha worked as a Clinical Research Coordinator at the Alzheimer’s Disease Center where she worked on several clinical trials in pharmacotherapy for Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.
Mamatha graduated from medical college in India and worked as a medical resident for three years in a multidisciplinary intensive care unit, where her responsibilities included various aspects of patient care. She subsequently moved to the United States to pursue a Master’s degree in Public Health in the field of epidemiology. While pursuing her master’s degree, she worked as a project coordinator for two years at the New York Academy of Medicine on a study of Asian Immigrant Community Institutions and HIV. Mamatha also worked as a research assistant in the department of Urban Affairs and Planning at Hunter College on a study that explored organizational change toward HIV involvement in immigrant religious organizations.