Gayatri Devi, M.D., is the Director of the New York Memory and Healthy Aging Services and a Clinical Associate Professor at New York University School of Medicine. She is a board certified neurologist with additional board certifications in Pain Medicine, Psychiatry, and Behavioral Neurology. Dr. Devi has specialized in the early diagnosis and treatment of memory disorders related to aging and menopause for 18 years. She serves as an Attending Physician at Lenox Hill Hospital of New York City.
Dr. Devi has published in numerous peer-reviewed journals on the topic of memory loss and has focused her research in this area, presenting papers at the American Neurological Association, the European Federation of Neurologic Sciences and the North American and European Menopause Societies.
She has discussed memory disorders on the BBC, NPR, CBS, Reuters, Business Week and TIME. She is President of the not-for-profit National Council on Women's Health and serves on the board of the Partnership for Gender Specific Medicine at Columbia University. Dr. Devi was elected president of the American Medical Woman's Association for the 2012-2013 term. She is the author of Estrogen, Memory and Menopause (Alphasigma Press; 2000) and What your doctor may not tell you about Alzheimer's Disease (Time Warner Books; 2004) and A Calm Brain (Penguin Books, 2012), available June 2012.