Madison Myers, MS, (she/her), joined the Developing Brain Institute (DBI) as a Clinical Research Coordinator in June 2022. Prior to joining our team, Madison graduated with a Master of Science degree in Human Development from the University of Guelph, in Ontario, Canada. Her main research explores the correlation between caregiver psychological well-being and offspring’s neurodevelopmental outcomes in children with typical and atypical development. Specifically, Madison’s thesis focused on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on caregivers raising children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Madison had worked as a Research Coordinator with the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Ontario, where she investigated how Canadian governmental policies and legislation impacted how vulnerable families and marginalized populations were able to access community and social services. Madison is excited for the opportunity to deepen her specialized knowledge in child development by directly contributing to DBI’s clinical research focused on strengthening fetal and newborn cognitive outcomes, and maternal mental health before and after childbirth.