Aimee St. Pierre. M.D. received her undergraduate degree at Emmanuel College in Boston, undertook graduate studies in sociology at the University of Wisconsin and received her M.D. degree at Rush Medical College In 1980.
After completing residency training in psychiatry at Rush University Medical Center in 1984, she began her private practice of general psychiatry and became board certified in psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. She was board certified in forensic psychiatry in 1998.
From 1988 to 1994, she was director of residency training in general psychiatry at Rush. In 1993 she joined the Rush Center for Women's Medicine, where, in addition to general psychiatric practice, she specialized in the assessment and treatment of psychiatric disorders in women. She was an assistant professor of psychiatry at Rush Medical College and a board examiner for the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
Dr. St. Pierre retired from the practice of clinical psychiatry in 2000. She continues her work in forensic psychiatry, focusing on the review and analysis of medical records and consultation with attorneys in case evaluation. Her special interests include post traumatic stress disorder, affective disorders, sexual misconduct and abuse, and gender-related issues.