Meet Alexis Oddi, the moderator for our upcoming ADDI Research Roundtable: 'The Importance of Diversity in Dementia Research'

Ms. Oddi joined the UCSF Memory and Aging Center in January 2021, and is now working jointly under the Yokoyama Lab and Dr. Joanna Hellmuth as a Clinical Research Coordinator. With Dr. Jennifer Yokoyama, Ms. Oddi coordinates the Data Sharing to Promote Collaboration and Discovery in FTD project, funded by the Tau Consortium. She is also the lead research coordinator for the Coronavirus Neurocognitive Study (CNS), which aims to characterize the long-term neuropsychological and neurocognitive effects of COVID-19. 

Ms. Oddi is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, where she received her bachelor's degree in Data Science with a concentration in Urban Science.  Her specialties include data mapping and visualization, and she is deeply interested in the intersections of neurology, data science, and social justice.