- Nurse Practitioner
- Plastic Surgery Nurse Practitioner
Maureen A. Moriarty, DNP, ANP-BC, FAHS, current fellow of The American Headache Society is an adult nurse practitioner that has worked in the Department of Neurology at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital since 2010 where she manages headache patients in an ambulatory setting.
In addition, for a number of years, Moriarty has been actively involved in educating medical professionals and the lay community about headaches through formal lectures and clinical experience. At Marymount University, Malek School of Health Professions, she is currently an associate professor, Graduate Chair for Nursing, and director of the Doctor of Nursing Practice and RN-BSN programs. She also serves as an adjunct assistant professor at MedStar Georgetown University School of Nursing and Health Studies. She previously served as the director of the Doctor of Nursing Practice program where she was responsible for developing the program, including course development, teaching, coordinating faculty, maintaining regulatory standards and program evaluation.
After receiving her BSN and MSN in Nursing, Adult Primary Care, from the University of Maryland, she went on to receive her Doctorate of Nursing Practice from Johns Hopkins University in 2010.
Moriarty is an American Headache Society Fellow and has received a number of awards in her career. Most recently, in 2018 she was awarded Nurse of the Year for the Peripheral Nerve Institute, Department of Plastic Surgery, at the MedStar Georgetown University Hospital. The American Association of Nurse Practitioners’ also awarded her Nurse Practitioner of the Year for the District of Columbia in 2015.
She participates annually in the American Headache Society’s annual scientific and headache education meetings and has published numerous papers on the treatment of headaches and migraines in medical journals.
- Graduate Education: Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing (2010)
- Graduate Education: University of Maryland at Baltimore School of Nursing (1985)
- MedStar Georgetown University Hospital