Maegan Ramchal is a first-year MSW student at Columbia School of Social Work studying advanced clinical social work with a focus in health, mental health, and disabilities. She received her B.A. in psychology and environmental science from Northwestern University in 2019. At Northwestern, she researched developmental psychology in the Infant Cognition Lab and the Project on Children's Thinking. After graduating, Maegan worked as a research assistant in the Institute for Innovations in Developmental Science (DevSci) at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine. At DevSci, she researched neurodevelopmental outcomes on children with in utero exposure to Sulfonylureas. She also did micro-level behavioral coding on parent-child dyads, where the parent was formerly incarcerated as a juvenile.
At SIG, she will be working on the WINGS adaptation for the Caribbean and on the HEALing Communities Study (HCS). Maegan is a first-year MSW student studying advanced clinical social work with a focus in health, mental health, and disabilities.