About

Amanda C. Tan, MCR, CCRP

Meet the Staff

Amanda C. Tan, MCR, CCRP

Clinical Research Supervisor

Amanda C. Tan started as the Clinical Research Coordinator in July 2019 for the Treatment Resistant Depression clinic here at Emory University. She graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2015 with her B.S. in Psychology and a minor in Cognitive Science. She holds a Masters in Clinical Research from The Ohio State University and is a Certified Clinical Research Professional (CCRP) through SOCRA. 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 abuse patients, prisoners (juvenile and adult), geriatric patients in nursing homes and rehabilitation hospitals, HIV+ individuals, veterans, patients with mood disorders, and individuals with cognitive impairment. She has presented at multiple conferences, and has published alongside professors as well. She currently supports multiple research efforts, including the Treatment Resistant Depression clinic, Neuromodulation clinic, the Goizueta Institute, and the CHAMP study integrating mental health into primary care practices. Amanda supervises other coordinators at the Brain Health Center, as well as undergraduate research assistants in the TRD clinic.