Tracey H. Kim, CRC II
Clinical Research Coordinator
Tracey Kim is a Clinical Neuropsychometrician and Clinical Research Coordinator at Boston Center for Memory. In these roles, she administers new patient and follow up neuropsychological assessments in our clinical practice, serves as a certified rater and coordinates clinical research trials in pharmacotherapy for MCI and AD. She began her career at BCM learning to administer new patient and follow up neuropsychological assessments and collaborating with the clinical research coordinators, clinical research manager, and completed tasks related to BCM's clinical trials.
Tracey graduated from Williams College with a Bachelor's degree in Biology and a concentration in Neuroscience. During those years, she worked as a teaching assistant in the Biology department, and also as a research assistant in the Neuroscience department, studying stress and startle responses in genetically altered zebrafish.
Before attending college, Tracey worked as an intern at the Cancer Center of Irvine, assisting in patient care and contributing to the development of new radiological and surgical procedures for cancer treatment.
Tracey plans to continue to gain research and clinical experience at Boston Center for Memory while pursuing a career in neurology.