Pediatric Annals

Alison (Alya) Reeve, MD

Abstract

Dr. Reeve graduated from the University of Connecticut School of Medicine in 1983, and completed postgraduate training at the University of Connecticut, Dartmouth School of Medicine, and the Institute of Psychiatry in London, England. She studied under Drs. Daniel Weinberger and Joel Kleinman at the Clinical Brain Disorders Branch of the National Institute of Mental Health for 2 years. Throughout her training, Dr. Reeve has pursued her interest in brain functioning and developed her expertise as a neuropsychiatrist.

Dr. Reeve joined the faculty at the University of New Mexico in 1989, with a primary appointment in psychiatry and a research appointment in neurology. She teaches medical students, resident physicians, nursing students, and physician assistant students about a wide variety of clinical syndromes in neuropsychiatry, including traumatic brain injury, epilepsy, mental retardation, and conducting clinical examinations. As a member of the Continuum of Care Project, Dr. Reeve participates in teaching and supporting practitioners around the state of New Mexico.

Dr. Reeve's clinical practice is currently focused on mental illness and developmental disability, recovery from brain injury, and psychiatric illnesses occurring with neurologic illnesses such as epilepsy and movement disorders. She is the president of the state chapter and newly elected regional chair of the American Association on Mental Retardation.…

Dr. Reeve graduated from the University of Connecticut School of Medicine in 1983, and completed postgraduate training at the University of Connecticut, Dartmouth School of Medicine, and the Institute of Psychiatry in London, England. She studied under Drs. Daniel Weinberger and Joel Kleinman at the Clinical Brain Disorders Branch of the National Institute of Mental Health for 2 years. Throughout her training, Dr. Reeve has pursued her interest in brain functioning and developed her expertise as a neuropsychiatrist.

Dr. Reeve joined the faculty at the University of New Mexico in 1989, with a primary appointment in psychiatry and a research appointment in neurology. She teaches medical students, resident physicians, nursing students, and physician assistant students about a wide variety of clinical syndromes in neuropsychiatry, including traumatic brain injury, epilepsy, mental retardation, and conducting clinical examinations. As a member of the Continuum of Care Project, Dr. Reeve participates in teaching and supporting practitioners around the state of New Mexico.

Dr. Reeve's clinical practice is currently focused on mental illness and developmental disability, recovery from brain injury, and psychiatric illnesses occurring with neurologic illnesses such as epilepsy and movement disorders. She is the president of the state chapter and newly elected regional chair of the American Association on Mental Retardation.

10.3928/0090-4481-20010201-06

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