Nicole Turcotte, MPH is a clinical research and public health professional with nearly 15 years of biomedical, social science, and community-based research experience. She received her MPH in 2010 from the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University, where she also served as a CDC Fellow. She has worked to coordinate and manage approximately 60 clinical trials in ALS and Neuromuscular research, several of them NEALS-affiliated, at Barrow Neurological Institute since 2017, in addition to serving as NeuroNEXT site coordinator since 2018. She is active in her local ALSA chapter where she participates in their ALS 101 education sessions for those newly diagnosed on understanding research and clinical trial participation. She is also a current member of the NEALS Recruitment, Retention, and Experience in ALS Research Committee. Nicole is passionate about prioritizing both the coordinator and research participant clinical trials experiences, while maintaining data integrity.