Kyron Patrick Pierce is a Clinical Research Associate at the Pacific Brain Health Center at Pacific Neuroscience Institute. He has several years of research and healthcare administration experience.
As a graduate from Temple University with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, Kyron’s primary drive in helping people achieve the pinnacle of their physical, emotional, and mental health. His experience in the world of clinical research began at the University of Pennsylvania where he worked on the Women In Steady Exercise Research study as a research assistant intern. He worked closely with breast cancer survivors to help support evidence that resistance exercise could decrease the likelihood of lymphedema. Since then, he has worked in research ranging from rheumatology to infectious diseases and has developed increased interest in how exercise interventions can promote longevity, increased self-efficacy, and overall better health.
Kyron’s responsibilities include study preparation, patient navigation, physical assessments, data management, and regulatory management.