“As a psychometrician, I am honored to care for my patients and contribute to the advancement of medicine and clinical research through assisting in the development of new treatments. Being part of the Artemis team is an invigorating experience, and I am grateful to collaborate with such brilliant professionals!”
Andrea received her Master’s degree in Psychology from Pepperdine University and is pursuing her education to obtain a PhD in Clinical Psychology. She started her career in community mental health in 2016 and is passionate about advocating for patient rights while integrating evidence-based clinical assessment with person-centered interventions to optimize treatment practices. Andrea has been formally trained in diverse areas of psychological testing – specifically in neuropsychiatric, personality, intelligence, and mood pathology assessments.
Andrea has contributed to doctoral dissertation-related research in Pepperdine University’s Graduate Department of Education and Psychology (GSEP) and is experienced with systematic review, statistical analysis of literature, and coding. She has co-presented at the GSEP 6th Annual Research Symposium and is an active member of Psi Chi International Honors Society for Psychology.
Andrea joined the Artemis team in 2022 and serves as the psychometric rater and Sub-Investigator for Phase I to Phase IV clinical research trials. Her main areas of research focus on CNS studies, including Mood Disorders, Alzheimer’s Disease, and other indications. She also participates in community outreach related to Artemis Memory Clinic to build relationships with potential patients and their families, as well as provide psychoeducation on Alzheimer’s Disease, Dementia, cognitive impairment, and the benefits of clinical trials.