Sukriti Nag is a neuropathologist at the Rush Alzheimer's Disease Center and a professor of pathology (neuropathology) and senior consultant in the Department of Pathology. She trained in anatomic pathology at Rhode Island Hospital (Brown University) Providence, R.I., and Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, and trained in neuropathology at Queen's University where she also obtained MSc and PhD degrees in the field of neuropathology. Her research initially at Queen’s University and later at the University of Toronto was in the area of the biology of cerebral endothelium and the reactivity of the blood-brain barrier (BBB) in health and disease with emphasis on the pathogenesis of BBB breakdown in CNS disorders. She has received numerous research grants and awards for her work. She has extensive experience in diagnostic and research neuropathology. She started at the Rush ADCC in August of 2010. She oversees laboratory staff in autopsies and evaluation of brains, performs data collection and diagnoses for the Rush Religious Orders Study and the Memory and Aging Project.