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Woodie Mogaka

Woodie Mogaka is a research assistant II with the epidemiologic studies of the Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center. In this role, he collects neuropsychological, physical, and lifestyle data from participants of various epidemiologic studies of the RADC, including the Rush Religious Study, Center of Excellence in HIV and Aging (CEDHA), and the Rush Memory and Aging Project. Woodie began working at the RADC in 2015 as a research assistant, working on the CapriCorn study. Before working with the RADC, he earned a bachelor’s of science degree in sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.