Leah Bedrosian, Clinical Research Scientist (MAPS PBC)

Leah Bedrosian, MPH earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Michigan and her MPH in occupational and environmental epidemiology from the University of Michigan School of Public Health. Leah’s research background focused on maternal and child exposure to environmental contaminants, specifically endocrine disruptors.  Leah has worked across the fields of clinical, epidemiological, and animal research.
At MAPS PBC, Leah is currently serving as our clinical research scientist, providing scientific input and medical writing throughout the clinical trial process, focusing on writing clinical study reports for the MDMA-assisted therapy program. Leah is passionate about improving mental health and believes that psychedelics are a powerful tool that can be used to help the global community heal, recognizing our connectedness to each other and our planet. She joined MAPS in order to help work toward a brighter future.