I am a Healthcare Data Scientist in Integrated Care Research Center for Computational Health, IBM Research, Cambridge, MA. My research interests include healthcare, health disparities, mental health, UX/ AI Research, and behavioral science. I work on creating research designs, coordinating experiments, and analyzing qualitative and quantitative data for Artificial Intelligence applications in healthcare. Recently, most of my work has been around project coordination and study design implementation of usage and usability studies to validate Watson Health products.
I received my Bachelors of Science in Psychology from the Georgia Institute of Technology, GA in 2017. At Georgia Tech, I was involved as an Undergraduate Research Assistant in the Developing Effective Leaders Teams and Alliances Lab (DELTA) Lab under Leslie DeChurch, PhD and Dorothy Carter, Phd as well as the Visual Language Lab under Jenny Singleton, PhD. I did an internship as a Health Disparities Department Intern at University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center under Lorna McNeill, Ph.D., MPH. For more information on the research I completed, please see my Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/morganforemangt/.
Outside of my day to day role, I sat on the organizing committee for the 2nd Annual NorthEastern Computational Health Summit.(www.nechs.org) To promote workplace culture, I am involved with the Boston Latin Academy Partnership as the Educational Co-coordinator, the Well-being Champions, New Hire Network, and Community @ Cambridge. Recently, I helped create the Greater Boston Black Network Business Resource Group for Massachusetts. Our mission is to develop and champion Black IBMers so they can fulfill their career aspirations and serve as leaders and role models in the industry and in their communities. We aim to benefit IBM by celebrating inclusion and building a strong, visible community and a pipeline of black talent.