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Autumn Lunceford, CCRC

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Autumn Lunceford, CCRC

Clinical Research Coordinator

Autumn Lunceford joins our team as the primary clinical research coordinator for Dr. Adriana Hermida’s grant exploring the effectiveness of electroconvulsive therapy in patients with severe agitation and advanced Alzheimer’s Disease.   Autumn began working in research at the Emory Sleep Center while earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Georgia State University.  Since graduating in 2014, Autumn has had the opportunity to work with individuals across the lifespan on inpatient, acute stabilization psychiatric units as well as coordinating interventional clinical trials specialized in Neurological, Cancer, and Psychiatric disorders.  In 2017, She joined the Atlanta Chapter of the Association of Clinical Research Professionals and was awarded the certified clinical research coordinator credentialing in March of 2018. Autumn is excited to return to the Brain Health Center, where her love of research began. In this role, she will be able to combine her love of research with her educational background in Psychology.