Clinical Research Coordinator Associate
Before arriving at Stanford, I received my BS in Psychology from the University of Michigan. I work primarily on drug and device studies within sleep medicine. The scope of the clinical research trials that I am involved with range from treating narcolepsy to REM behavior disorder to circadian disorders. Some device studies I have worked on include evaluating sensors, actigraphy watches, and other wearables that study sleep for comparison to the gold standard in-lab polysomnogram. Outside of work, I enjoy creative projects like knitting and interior design, as well as going for hikes with my dog!
Andreas Brink-Kjaer and Niraj Gupta and Eric Marin and Jennifer Zitser and Oliver Sum-Ping and Anahid Hekmat and Flava Bueno and Ana Cahuas and James Langston and Poul Jennum and Helge BD Sorensen and Emmanuel Mignot and Emmnauel During