Annie Ye, BS

Care Team Navigator
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Annie completed a Bachelor of Science degree with honors in Biology at the University of California, Los Angeles, in 2023. As an undergraduate, Annie was a part of Dr. Andreas Schwingshackl’s lab, where she investigated the regulation of cell potentials with novel pharmacological drugs in mediating lung injuries and was awarded the 2023 Dean’s Prize for Research and Creativity. She founded the Language Interpretation in Healthcare Project at UCLA to promote health literacy and aid low-English proficiency communities in accessing adequate healthcare. Annie also directed the UCLA American Medical Women’s Association, where she worked to promote women’s health and health education in Los Angeles, California and Tijuana, Mexico.

Annie joined the UCSF Memory and Aging Center, as a Care Team Navigator and Assistant Clinical Research Coordinator with the Care Ecosystem study led by Dr. Katherine Possin. She provides tailored support and care coordination for patients and families living with dementia, helping to bridge the gaps between complex health and social care systems to address daily life challenges. She is excited to help advance dementia care and ensure that underserved individuals are heard, respected, and included in research and clinical care innovations.