Avery Richardson joined the I-CONECT Study in October 2018, originally working alongside the Intervention team as a Conversation Staff member. His past roles have included working as an Intervention Coordinator and Recruitment Specialist. He has most recently transitioned to a Research Assessor role within the study. His current duties entail performing neurocognitive evaluations, screening participants for eligibility, and obtaining informed consent, amongst other essential duties. He is working towards obtaining his master’s in public health and M.D. to ultimately become a ‘jack of all trades’ primary care physician, and work in an underserved, urban metropolitan setting.
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