I joined the health communications team at CISCRP as a project manager in February 2020, after completing a postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School. I have a long-standing passion for communicating science to non-specialist audiences. In graduate school, I helped manage our outreach program, where we visited schools, museums, and other public venues to present neuroscience concepts to both children and adults. In my graduate work on basic visual research, I also noticed how eager the volunteers were to understand the results of the studies. I am very excited to now be managing trial results summary projects, so that clinical trial results are accessibly communicated to the participants who graciously donated their time and energy to furthering medical research, as well as to the general public. I recently completed my PhD in neuroscience from the University of Minnesota, after obtaining a B.S. in Genetics, Cell, and Developmental Biology from Arizona State University.