Samantha C. Kuney, MA
Samantha is a certified rater and clinical neuropsychometrician at Boston Center for Memory (BCM).
In her role as a neuropsychometrician, Samantha administers neuropsychological assessment batteries in our clinical practice for diagnostic evaluations and follow up care. She is also certified to administer neuropsychological assessments used as outcome measures in clinical research trials to assess changes in cognition and function.
Prior to BCM, Samantha worked on several clinical trials in pharmacotherapy for Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer's disease at the Center for Alzheimer's Research and Treamtent (CART) at Brigham and Woman's Hospital. There she served as a certified rater and study coordinator.
Samantha graduated from Keene State College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and a minor in Biology. She then worked as a research assistant in preventive medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital on clinical trials aimed at reducing inflammation. Continuing her interests in brain and cognition, she obtained her Master of Arts degree in Psychology from Boston University. While there, she studied neuropsychological assessments and worked on the Vietnam Era Twin Study of Aging (VETSA) looking at the correlation between inflammation and psychological outcomes in male twin veterans.