Morgan Z. Fins, CAC
Clinical Administrative Coordinator
Morgan Fins is Boston Center for Memory's clinical administrative coordinator. His primary responsibilities include overseeing and managing the day to day clinical services and administrative operations of the center. Morgan coordinates with the clinical team to manage diagnostic and follow up care.
Morgan began his career at BCM working in research coordination for our Phase II and Phase III clinical trials in pharmacotherapy for Alzheimer's disease and related dementias. He has also served as a certified rater in these trials assessing cognition and functioning with neuropsychological measures.
Morgan graduated from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA with a Bachelor of Science degree in Neuroscience. In his senior year, he took part in a department-wide program where students individually wrote full mock grant proposals. Morgan decided to write his proposal on testing an aspect of sleep cycles and its relationship to symptoms of depression. During a semester in London, he interned at the Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development, a psychology lab studying infant and child development. He also spent time in high school volunteering in elder care activities and at Alzheimer’s Association events.
Morgan intends to focus his career within the realm of clinical research, with a primary goal being to continue in the field of neuroscience.