Katie Fitch, CNP

Published on June 25, 2024

Katie Fitch is a Project Director at the Center for Aging and Serious Illness. In this role she directs the Clinical Coordinating Center for the PCORI-SPIRE Study.

Katie received her Master’s degree in nursing from the MGH Institute of Health Professions and her Bachelor’s degree in International Studies from the University of Washington. Prior to joining CASI, Katie worked as a MGH Clinical Research Nurse Practitioner conducting research to improve the understanding of metabolic complications of HIV, including cardiovascular disease and was the Project Manager of the Clinical Coordinating Center for the REPRIEVE trial; an NIH funded, multicenter trial that demonstrated the efficacy of a statin to prevent atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease events among individuals living with HV. Clinically, Katie has worked as a nurse practitioner at the Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program. She helped to start the Age Positively Program at the MGH Infectious Disease Clinic, a program focused on the health of people aging with HIV, and she has worked in the Lipid and Metabolism Clinic also at MGH.