Nicole Boog, BS
Nicole Boog is a Clinical Translational Research Coordinator II at Vanderbilt Memory and Alzheimer’s Center. She graduated in 2019 from Michigan State University with a B.S in Psychology and a minor in Cognitive Science. While at MSU, she was a clinical research assistant under Drs. Anne Bogat, Alytia Levendosky, and Joseph Lonstein in the Prenatal Stress Study. Here she investigated how stress during pregnancy affects the baby using psychological testing, behavioral coding, and clinical interviewing. Additionally, she was a research assistant under Dr. Devin McAuley in the Timing, Attention, and Perception Lab where she looked at the neural bases of timing and rhythm as well as the role of prosody in word segmentation and lexical access. During her gap year, Nicole worked at a traumatic brain injury center and looks forward to learning more about mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s Disease.
Nicole is excited to work at VMAC before pursing her PhD in Clinical Neuropsychology. In her free time, she enjoys being with her friends and family and being outdoors. She is looking forward to exploring Nashville.