Brigid Reynolds, NP
Brigid is an Adult Nurse Practitioner who has dedicated her career to dementia care and research. She graduated from Emory University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 1989 and went on to receive a Masters of Science in Nursing under a full scholarship from the Department of Veterans Affairs, from The Catholic University of America in 1996. Brigid worked for the Department of Veteran’s Affairs at the VA Medical Center in Washington DC from 1996-2001. While at the VA, her work focused on home care, primary care, and case management for elderly patients. Brigid joined the Georgetown University Memory Disorders Program in 2001 and has served as a Georgetown faculty member since 2006. That same year, she was appointed Clinical Coordinator of the Memory Disorders Program. During her tenure, she has made significant contributions to advance the program so that it has now become the largest dementia research and care facility in the Washington DC metropolitan area. Brigid specializes in evaluating and treating patients with Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders. She has served as site Principal Investigator and Sub Investigator on numerous clinical trials and studies aimed at the discovery of new treatments and a better understanding of Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders. Throughout her career, Brigid has maintained a special interest in the treatment and management of behavioral symptoms commonly experienced by patients with dementia. She is honored to serve as Co PI for the LiBBY trial.