Dr. Lindsay James Riegler
2022 Entrepreneur in Residence Fellow
Research Speech-Language Pathologist and Innovation Specialist
Cincinnati VA Medical Center
Lindsay R. James Riegler is a Research Speech-Language Pathologist, Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Allied Health Sciences and Innovation Specialist at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center. She is a standing reviewer for multiple peer reviewed journals and an invited member of the VA Rehabilitation Research and Development Merit Review board.
Dr. Riegler is an Entrepreneur in Residence Fellow through the VHA Innovation Fellowship, where her efforts focus on collaborating with national level stakeholders in establishing Remote Patient Monitoring policy and implementation solutions. In addition, she is the Professional Development Manager for the American Speech-Language Hearing Association Special Interest Group, Telepractice. She is a certified brain injury specialist with 15 years of expertise in delivering evidence based cognitive rehabilitation via telehealth to Veterans with traumatic brain injury. Her research has resulted in numerous local and national presentations, grant funded projects, multiple peer reviewed publications and co-authored book chapters. She has experience serving as Principal Investigator on randomized clinical drug trials and was recently awarded Mid-Career Research Scientist Award from the University of Cincinnati. She is an avid traveler and enjoys spending time with her husband and three kids.
Face of InnoVAtion: Lindsay Riegler
A career of boundary-breaking innovation has led Dr. Lindsay Riegler to helping other VA employees innovate as well.
Remote Temperature Monitoring Innovator Named Entrepreneur in Residence Fellow
Dr. Lindsay Riegler, Liaison between Connected Care and the Office of Healthcare Innovation and Learning, has been named an Entrepreneur in Residence Fellow.
Video calls key to Cincinnati VA maintaining connection to vets during pandemic
Innovation Specialist Lindsay Riegler shares about the impact of the VA Video Connect (VVC) platform in reaching Veterans during the pandemic.
ASHA Voices: Breaking Down Telepractice Barriers—It's a VA Reality
Innovation Specialist and research speech language pathologist Lindsay Riegler shares the perspective on tele-practice from inside the VA.