Gayatri Devi MD is a neurologist and the Director of the New York Memory Services. She is a Clinical Associate Professor at the New York University School of Medicine. She is board certified in Neurology as well as in Pain Medicine, Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurology. In her practice, she specializes in the early diagnosis and treatment of memory disorders related to aging and menopause.
Dr. Devi has published in numerous peer-reviewed journals and presented at national and international neurological and endocrine meetings on memory disorders of aging and menopause. She has discussed memory disorders in the media on outlets such as the BBC, CBS, the Wall Street Journal, NPR and Time. She is the author of "Estrogen, Memory and Menopause", “What your doctor may not tell you about Alzheimer’s Disease” (Time Warner Books; 2004) and "A Calm Brain" (Dutton Books, 2012).
She is the President of the not-for-profit National Council on Women's Health where she started a weekly, in school program to combat teen obesity, with over 1100 girls participating in New York inner-city middle and high schools. She is President of the American Medical Women's Association.