- M.A., Boston University
Taylor Myers, M.A., is a research associate at the Wellesley Centers for Women, where she works with Tracy Gladstone, Ph.D., on the Depression Prevention Research Initiative. Taylor assists with a multi-site, federally funded trial comparing an internet-based depression prevention intervention and a group intervention for at-risk adolescents by enrolling and assessing participants in English and Spanish. She also implements changes to an adaptation of this internet-based depression prevention intervention based on feedback from a pilot study for use by Wellesley College students. Additionally, Taylor conducts educational sessions and clinical assessments with middle and high school students as part of a depression screening program.
Prior to joining WCW, Taylor received her B.A. from Princeton University in Chemistry and her M.A. from Boston University in Psychology, conducted research on Parkinson's disease at the University of Rochester, and led winery tours and tastings while living in Chile!