Nathalie Slick, MS is a clinical research coordinator in the CRSO. She completed her BS in Biology with a concentration in neuroscience from Pennsylvania State University. After college, she received her Master’s degree in Medical Science from Boston University in 2014 where she studied the ocular manifestations of chronic traumatic encephalopathy at the BU CSTE. Prior to arriving at CHOP, she worked as a clinical research coordinator in the Sports Medicine division at Boston Children’s Hospital. While at BCH, she worked on many topics ranging from prolonged concussive symptoms to the effects of audio relaxation on anxiety levels during procedures. At CHOP, Nathalie will be working with Dr. Victoria Miller on a NIH funded study focusing on decision-making about continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) in youth with Type I Diabetes.