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Brittany Meyer

Senior Associate Director • Public Policy

Brittany Meyer, Public Policy Associate Director.

Brittany Meyer is the lead policy staffer on all research-related issues including federal research funding at the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Defense, and the Food and Drug Administration, research freedom and other issues impacting the research ecosystem.

She currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the Coalition for Health Funding, the nation’s oldest and largest nonprofit alliance representing more than 100 million patients, consumers, professionals and researchers.  The coalition works to preserve public health investments in the interest of all Americans. 

She has a bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of California, Los Angeles, where she was a research assistant in a neuroscience laboratory, and obtained a juris doctorate from the American University, Washington College of Law, where she focused on environmental law.

Prior to starting at MJFF, she was the Federal Advocacy Manager at the Society for Neuroscience, and has worked at several other nonprofits and federal agencies.


Recent Articles by Brittany Meyer

  • What’s the Environment Got to Do with Parkinson’s Research?

    March 11, 2020


  • My Experience as a Healthy Participant in a Clinical Trial

    October 28, 2019


  • New Legislation Aims to Ban Herbicide Linked to Parkinson's

    February 6, 2019


  • Capitol Hill Briefing Addresses Environmental Risk Factors for Parkinson's

    April 2, 2018


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