Angela Dwyer, MSAS
Location: Robinson – Suite 7800; Room 711
Angela Dwyer completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst where she majored in Landscape Design. She received a Masters in Administrative Studies from Boston University in January 2011 and a Certificate in Project Management in June 2011. Mrs. Dwyer joined the Boston University Alzheimer’s Disease Clinical and Research Program at Boston University School of Medicine in September 2002
Angela serves as the Participant Coordinator for the Health Outreach Program for the Elderly (HOPE) study, a research registry that is collecting longitudinal data on approximately 600 older adults with or without memory problems. The results of the study will provide information to assist researchers who are working toward finding causes and treatments for Alzheimer’s disease and related memory impairments. In addition, she coordinates enrollment of centenarians into the HOPE registry. Angela also provides assistance to office staff and manages staff equipment and supplies.
Angela’s research interests are focused on Alzheimer’s disease, caregiver burden, and early diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer’s patients.