Episode 6 of the HD Insights Podcast features an in-person conversation with Carolyn Gray, a nurse clinician and HSG Research Coordinator in the Department of Neurology at the University of Kansas Medical Center. Carolyn founded the Huntington Disease Clinic and Genetic Testing Program there in 1994, and has coordinated numerous observational studies and clinical drug trials in movement disorders. In this episode, we talk about the role of the clinical coordinator in a research trial, typically the person a trial participant has the most direct contact with throughout a study. She shares her experiences from working on clinical drug studies, the efforts and responsibilities of the coordinator, and what participants can expect during their trial visits to the research center. In 2017, Carolyn received the HSG Outstanding Coordinator Award.