Meghan Cogan, MS
Research Assistant

Areas of Focus: cochlear implants and hearing loss, health communications, health disparities

Currently, Meghan assists on several of KDHRC’s vulnerable populations projects including the lupus grassroots campaign and the Cochlear Implant University.

Meghan completed her B.S. in International Affairs and French and later received her M.S. in International Affairs, with a focus on security and the European Union from Georgia Tech. Prior to working at KDHRC, Meghan was a graduate teaching assistant and a Robert Schuman Trainee at the European Parliament Liaison Office in Washington, DC.

When she’s not working, Meghan likes to spend her time reading, playing video games, and baking.