School of Health and Human Sciences

Megan Weible

Megan Weible, '23
B.S. Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology, Emory University (2019)

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Brief Bio

Hi folks! My name is Megan (she/her) and I am a first-year student. I am originally from Columbus, Ohio but graduated from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia in 2019 with a B.S. in Neuroscience and Behavioral Biology (I also happened to be a dance minor!). In college I was involved in Residence Life and First Year Experience, LGBT Life, Children’s Miracle Network’s Dance Marathon, and disability advocacy. Fun fact: I raised a service dog during my junior and senior years! Since graduating and before moving to Greensboro, I worked as a Clinical Research Coordinator for a pediatric neuromuscular physical therapy lab. My clinical and research interests include metabolic genetics, promoting autonomy within pediatric patient populations, and exploring the intersection of identity among disabled healthcare professionals. I am also the LEND trainee for the Class of 2023! Outside of school, you can find me hanging out with my partner and our cat, finding the best places to get a sweet treat, and enjoying the beautiful NC weather and nature! Feel free to reach out with any questions you might have about non-traditional advocacy experience, gap years, and working during grad school (or anything else really)! My email is and my DMs are always open.