Caroline Prioleau

Writer, Designer and Content Manager

Caroline Prioleau designs and creates content for the Memory and Aging Center. She uses her training in medicine, neuroscience, design, editing, and technology to share information and facilitate collaborations across clinical, research and non-medical groups. She manages the Hellman Artist in Residence program at the Memory and Aging Center and recently co-led an oral history project in collaboration with the non-profit organization, Voice of Witness, and served as designer and co-editor of the book resulting from this project: hear/say: Stories about aging, dementia, art, and life.

Her professional background includes experience in basic science, clinical research, qualitative research, technology, writing, editing and graphic design. She received her undergraduate degree in psychology from Davidson College, completed her postbaccalaureate premedical training at Goucher College and enrolled in the MD/PhD Medical Scientist Training Program at the University of Texas Medical Branch. Caroline joined the Memory and Aging Center in 2007.