Meghan Connors, BS

Clinical Research Assistant

Center for Data Driven Discovery in Biomedicine

Meghan Connors is a Clinical Research Assistant responsible for clinical data entry, study subject management and quality assurance. She will be assisting Clinical Research Coordinators on various projects within the D3b Clinical Research Unit, with a main focus on the Children’s Brain Tumor Tissue Consortium (CBTTC).

Before starting in her current role at CHOP in July of 2018, Megan worked as a student research assistant for the D3b Center, assisting with clinical data entry for the CBTTC. She was a research assistant for two and a half years in a neurology lab at the University of Michigan, investigating neural stem cells and their role in brain regeneration post-traumatic brain injury in animal models.

Meghan earned a BS in Neuroscience from the University of Michigan. She is committed to  propelling pediatric research forward by supporting and collaborating with medical and research staff. She is also driven by the amazing progress and discoveries made every day at CHOP and the ability they provide to improve the lives of present and future patients.