Clinical Trials Nurse, Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Kirsten Glennon

Kirsten Glennon is a certified neuroscience nurse in the Center for Alzheimer Research and Treatment (CART) at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

After 10 years of working with neurology patients in Boston area hospitals, Kirsten began working as a research nurse coordinating Alzheimer Disease (AD) studies and helping to run multiple AD clinical trials. Kirsten believes that CART AD clinical trials help to create a meaningful environment focused on AD prevention and treatment for those with memory concerns, memory impairment and for caregivers.

She is passionate about being part of a team that seeks to raise awareness about the importance of clinical trials and clinical trial participation, as well as optimizing the clinical trial experience for research participants and their caregivers. Kirsten has a BA from University of Vermont and a BSN from Simmons College.