Sarah H Stout, MSW, LCSW
Sarah Holtz Stout is a Clinical Research Specialist in the Cognitive Technology Research Laboratory (CTRLab), which is part of the Department of Neurology at Washington University in St. Louis. The CTRLab works in conjunction with the Knight Alzheimer Disease Research Center (ADRC) and the Dominantly Inherited Alzheimer Network (DIAN). Sarah manages the lab, along with the development of the of the Ambulatory Research in Cognition (ARC) smartphone application, and she assists the PI, staff, and collaborators with its implementation. She previously worked in the DRIVES lab for five years, managing lab operations for a study on preclinical Alzheimer disease, driving, and mood. Ms. Stout used her social work training at the Alzheimer’s Association from 2007-2014, managing support groups for 20+ counties and providing individual consulatations to family caregivers, and from 2014-2015 as a hospice social worker assisting patients and their families. She received her bachelor’s in psychology, followed by her master’s in social work, both from Washington University. She enjoys hanging out with her partner and their two daughters, bike rides, musical theater, and baking/eating just about any kind of cake, except lemon.