Clinical Research Coordinator
Meaghan Foley is a Clinical Research Coordinator at the Boston Center for Memory.
She completed her B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Neuroscience at the College of the Holy Cross, in Worcester, MA. Throughout her undergraduate career, she participated in a year-long community-based-learning course where she was placed in a local Hospice facility. She got to experience first-hand, the impacts of dementia on both the patient and their families in addition to recognizing the importance of end-of-life care. More recently, she interned at The New England Center for Children where she utilized ABA principles to provide therapy for young adults with autism spectrum disorders throughout their school day.
Originally from Wakefield, MA, she has always had an interest and a passion for a multi-faceted approach to psychological care. At BCM she is excited to continue to learn more about pharmacological interventions and their role in the future of MCI and Alzheimer’s disease.