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Stephanie received her Bachelors in Nursing in 2009 and her Masters in Nursing in 2013, both from Regis College. As a registered nurse, Stephanie worked at BIDMC on the in-patient neurology/neurosurgery floor. She joined the Berenson-Allen Center in October of 2014 as a Nurse Practitioner. She will be taking part in the evaluation of research participants.
During her free time, Stephanie enjoys spending time with family and friends, staying healthy and fit with Zumba, traveling, and experiencing new cuisine.
Stephanie plans to gain plenty of knowledge and experience from the Berenson-Allen Center. She hopes to add an educational component for nursing and NP students in the future.
Ann has worked at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center for a number of years. She began her career working on the inpatient neurology unit as a staff nurse and the unit based educator. She then worked as the nurse specialist and nurse research coordinator with the stroke team. Following that, Ann worked for a number of years in the Clinical Research Center where she worked on multiple different research studies in varying disciplines. Ann joined the Berenson-Allen Center in 2009. She works with all of the staff in the center assisting with setting up and implementing their research studies in addition to educating staff about the regulations that need to be followed. Ann also assists with clinical evaluations and assessments of study participants.
In her free time, Ann enjoys spending time with her two sons and her husband. She also enjoys running, reading and baking.
Joanna joined the Berenson-Allen Center in 2016. She earned her Master's in Nursing from Drexel University with an emphasis in clinical research. She previously worked in clinical research at Washington University in St. Louis in oncology and cardiothoracic surgery, and at Paratek Pharmaceuticals in Boston. She also worked as a registered nurse at St. Louis University Hospital.
In her free time, Joanna enjoys traveling, cooking, shopping, reading, and spending time with family and friends.
Andrea graduated from Simmons College in 2003 with a degree in Psychology and joined the lab in the Fall of 2006. Andrea has been managing the CNBS since the Spring of 2010. Prior to that Andrea worked in the center as the Program Coordinator for the TMS Clinical Program for depression, then as Research Coordinator for the Center. She also coordinated the TMS Course until 2010.
Andrea recently received her MBA with a concentration in health care management. In her spare time she enjoys working out, baking, reading, traveling, going to the beach and spending time with her family and friends. She is also an avid Sox fan! Go Red Sox!
Alisha is a recent MBA grad from Simmons College. In April 2015, she joined the Berenson-Allen Center as the Program Administrator for both the Sidney R. Baer, Jr. Foundation Fellowship in the Clinical Neurosciences and Continuing Medical Education (CME) courses.
In her free time, Alisha enjoys cooking, traveling the world, and hanging out with her cat, Lindy.
To grow with the department and help further develop the educational program as it is a fundamental pillar of the Berenson-Allen Center.