Brigid Reynolds, RN, MSN, NP
Brigid Reynolds is a Clinical Coordinator with the Memory Disorders Program. She received her Masters of Science in Nursing from the Catholic University of America in 1996 and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Emory University in 1989. Brigid is certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Prior to joining the Memory Disorders Program Brigid's career focused on home care, primary care, and case management for elderly patients. Presently she is on Faculty at Georgetown University where she specializes in evaluating and treating patients with memory problems and is a Research Investigator conducting clinical trials of potential new treatments for Alzheimer's disease and related disorders.
I volunteer to serve as a board member at IMCC because IMCC offers valuable services to participants, their families, and the community. Cognitive, social, and physical stimulation are key to well-being, especially in the context of dementia. IMCC is about helping people to live at their best through engagement and connection and in doing so, brings hope for a brighter future to its participants. As a clinician, I’m honored to serve on the board because of the opportunity to lend clinical expertise aimed at promoting advancement of services critical to living well with dementia. With years of experience in dementia care and research, I’m hard pressed to think of anything worthier of my time.