Victoria L. A. Guinn, CRC II
Clinical Research Coordinator
Victoria 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.
Victoria graduated from Furman University with a dual Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Religion. While psychology was her focus, she hopes to use the knowledge she learned about religion and the role that it plays in many people’s lives to better care for and respect future patients’ needs.
While earning her degree, she worked as a research assistant on a 4-year, muti-institutional, longitudinal study of resiliency in college students, concentrating on how stress impacts the college experience. During her first year post-baccalaureate, Victoria was promoted to research coordinator on the same study of resiliency.
During her first year out of college, Victoria also volunteered at a neurological rehabilitation center where she was given the opportunity to observe neuropsychological assessments and was introduced to clinical research. Victoria plans to learn more about clinical practice and gain more research experience at Boston Center for Memory before pursuing a career in neuropsychology.