Lauren Roth is a psychometrist with extensive experience in clinical research, including roles as coordinator, rater, and rater trainer for indications ranging from Alzheimer’s to pain management and mood disorders. She was the lead psychometric rater in one of the largest Alzheimer’s prevention studies to date, assisting in the enrollment of over 25,000 participants. Additionally, she provides sponsor-facing experience as an assessment specialist in one of the most renowned CROs in the world. Lauren graduated with honors from Rollins College with her M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2012 and transitioned into research shortly after. She has a passion for multiculturalism and human rights, is an LGBTQ ally and has given workshops on gender equality and social justice. In her down time, Lauren enjoys gourmet cooking, reading classic and contemporary literature and traveling with her husband and two young sons.