Department of Neurology
Kaitlin Seibert specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of typical and atypical dementia syndromes, including Alzheimer’s and Lewy body, as well as vascular and frontotemporal dementia. Her research interests include exploring the impact of such creative art therapies as art and music in neurodegenerative disorders, characterizing social cognition deficits across memory disorders and cultures, and increasing accessibility to equitable care for patients with memory disorders and their caregivers.
Seibert’s work has been published in Frontiers in Neurology, Journal of Clinical Neuromuscular Disease, and Annals of Neurology. She was recently awarded an innovations grant through the Center for Healthcare Delivery Science and Innovation at the University of Chicago Medicine and a research grant from the RRF Foundation for Aging (formerly The Retirement Research Foundation).
She received her bachelor of arts degree in cognitive science and music performance at Case Western Reserve University and her medical degree from the University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences. She completed her internship at Northshore University HealthSystem in Evanston, Illinois, and her neurology residency and behavioral neurology and neuropsychiatry fellowship at the University of Chicago Medicine.