Gretchen Reynolds is a clinical neuropsychologist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital with interests in brain health, mindfulness, and cognitive rehabilitation. She earned her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at Boston University, where she studied anxiety in Parkinson’s disease with funding from the NIMH.
She then completed her internship in neuropsychology at Brown University and her fellowship in neuropsychology at BWH/MGH. From both a clinical and research perspective, she is particularly interested in the intersection of neuropsychology and non-pharmacological interventions and the facilitation of healthy cognitive aging. Her current research focuses on characterizing registry samples and examining factors that influence engagement in healthy lifestyle behaviors among middle-aged and older adults.