Nieci Black graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Physiology & Kinesiology and Mercer University with a Master’s degree in Public Health.
Nieci Black is interested in research that concentrates on improving the overall health and quality of life of her community. Her research experience has focused on improving the health of the aging population and people suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease, Cancer, and Movement Disorders. She has worked at the University of Florida (UF) Institute of Aging, Wake Forest School of Medicine, Alzheimer’s Disease Prevention Program Center, and UF Health Cancer Center that supported the development of research, education, and prevention treatments in our communities. Currently, Nieci serves as a Study Coordinator for multiple studies in the Laboratory for Rehabilitation Neuroscience. She manages a variety of studies of Functional and Structural Imaging and Motor Control in Movement Disorders and Parkinson’s Disease Progression.