Olivia Derridinger


Bachelor of Arts - Biology, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA


Master in Public Administration - Health Administration, Suffolk University, Boston, MA


National Institutes of Health - Human Research Training; Academy of Clinical Research Professionals - Certified Clinical Research Coordinator; Transportation Development Group - IATA Dangerous Good Training: Infectious Category B Biological Substances Certified



Olivia Derridinger is the Clinical Research Director of the Rocky Mountain Multiple Sclerosis Clinic and Rocky Mountain MS Research Group, LLC. Olivia earned her Master degree in Public and Health Administration from Suffolk University in Boston, MA and her Bachelor degree in Biology from Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, MA. She was the Medical Coordinator and Health Educator for a non-profit serving homeless and runaway youth for several years, where she was involved in research on HIV/AIDs prevention. Olivia wrote a manual on medical care for homeless and runaway youth and developed numerous curricula on health education, self-esteem, and HIV prevention and was a national keynote speaker and presenter on this issue for several years.

Prior to moving to Salt Lake City, Olivia worked at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health as the Research and Data Coordinator for Injury Prevention and with Boston Medical Center, working primarily on research projects for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as Project Manager and Research Coordinator. She has over 15 years of research experience and is a Certified Clinical Research Coordinator. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the Greater Salt Lake Chapter of the Association of Clinical Research Professionals as the Chair of Education. Multiple Sclerosis research holds much hope, and Olivia is proud to work with the patients at Rocky Mountain Mulitple Sclerosis Clinic. She has worked at the clinic since 2008 and for Rocky Mountain MS Research Group since 2011.