Bridget Melton, Pharm.D., Manager, Clinical Supply Chain (MAPS PBC)

Bridget Melton, Pharm.D., earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology in 2004 from Georgia State University and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2011 from Mercer University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, both in Atlanta, Georgia.
Prior to joining the MAPS Public Benefit Corporation (MAPS PBC), Bridget worked at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta for over 17 years, most recently serving as Investigational Drug Service Pharmacist, where she helped to manage investigational medications for a wide variety of clinical trials, from small investigator-initiated trials (IITs) to large Phase 3 industry-sponsored trials, Expanded Access protocols and Compassionate Use trials. She also served on the Data and Safety Monitoring Board (DSMB) and Developmental Therapeutics Committee in this role.
Bridget completed a variety of clinical rotations, including time at the Indian Health Service in Gallup, New Mexico and Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Additionally, she has volunteer experience with the Atlanta Harm Reduction Center and the Center for Behavioral Neuroscience at Georgia State University.
At MAPS PBC, Bridget is currently serving as Manager, Clinical Supply Chain, supporting the forecasting, manufacturing, and shipping of clinical drug supplies, both domestically and internationally, for all MAPS-sponsored clinical trials and IITs.
Bridget believes in the healing potential of psychedelics, when used appropriately and safely, and cares very deeply about the work being done at MAPS. She is delighted to assist with research that is personally very meaningful, and potentially very helpful for individuals and society.
Bridget lives in Atlanta in a 130-year-old house with a bunch of black cats. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, hiking, yoga, collecting records, going to shows, learning Swedish, as well as cooking food for and hosting dear friends, family, and her favorite touring bands.