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Amanda C. Tan, B.S.

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Amanda C. Tan, B.S.

Clinical Research Coordinator

Amanda C. Tan graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2015 with her B.S. in Psychology and a minor in Cognitive Science. She has a variety of research experience, ranging from human factors in healthcare to clinical psychology. She has worked with patients from a variety of populations, including: substance abusers, prisoners (juvenile and adult), geriatric patients in nursing homes and rehabilitation hospitals, HIV+ individuals, veterans, and individuals with cognitive disabilities. She has presented at multiple conferences, and has published alongside professors as well. She is interested in pursuing her doctoral degree in clinical psychology, focusing on geriatric patients with an array of mental health disorders. She started as the Clinical Research Coordinator in July 2019 for the Treatment Resistant Depression clinic here at Emory University, and is very passionate about her research. When Amanda is not at work, she has two dogs (a lab and a great dane) with whom she spends majority of her time