CDR Randy G. Reese, MSC,USNClinical Psychologist
Director, Midshipman Development Center
United States Naval Academy
CDR Randy Reese is a clinical neuropsychologist, currently serving as the director of the Midshipmen Development Center at the United States Naval Academy.
CDR Reese received his commission in 2000 and completed a clinical psychology internship at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda. During his Naval career, he served as faculty at the Naval Postgraduate Dental School, then established the first behavioral health service for the forward deployed fleet in Sasebo, Japan, followed by an extended tour as ship’s psychologist aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln. After completing a postgraduate fellowship in neuropsychology at the University of Washington, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, he served as the senior neuropsychologist helping establish the Intrepid Spirit Concussion Recovery Center at Camp Lejeune. During this tour he deployed to Kandahar, Afghanistan, as a neuropsychologist in the Concussion Care Clinic. This was followed by a tour at Navy Medicine Headquarters where he managed policy development and implementation for all traumatic brain injury programs in the Navy. In addition to his role at the Midshipmen Development Center, he volunteers with the Naval Academy’s Offshore Training Squadron.