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					DEPARTMENT OF

Psychiatry and
Behavioral Sciences
                     K. Ranga Krishnan, MB ChB
                     dePartment chair




                     DuMC 3950
                     Durham, nC 27710
                     919-684-5616

dukehealth.org/Services/Psychiatry




T
        he Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences provides
        comprehensive mental health services, ranging from brief outpatient
        treatments to intensive/acute inpatient care, as well as consultations to
primary care physicians and other mental health care providers. Our clinical
team includes psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers, and substance
abuse counselors. The Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic evaluates new patients and
refers them to the appropriate service. Special services within the department
include state-of-the-art electroconvulsive therapy for inpatients and outpatients
with severe mood disorders, and a Behavioral Physiology Laboratory for training
in biofeedback.

diViSiOnS
Behavioral Medicine, Biological Psychiatry, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry,
Geriatric Psychiatry, Medical Psychology, Outpatient Psychiatry, Social and
Community Psychiatry




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Psychiatry Outpatient clinic ................................................................. 919-684-0100
    (admissions and evaluations available M-f, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.)

emergency Service/duke er .................................................................. 919-684-8111
   Pager ............................................................................................... 919-970-7770

anxiety and traumatic Stress Program ................................................ 919-684-5401
    Wei Zhang, MD

attention deficit disorders Program ................................................... 919-416-2096
    scott kollins, PhD

Behavior research and therapy Program ............................................ 919-684-6713
   Clive Robins, PhD

Biofeedback Laboratory ....................................................................... 919-684-6908
    Christopher edwards, PhD

cognitive Behavioral research and treatment Program .................... 919-684-6701
   Zach Rosenthal, PhD

consult Liaison Program (in-house consultation)
   Pediatric inpatient ......................................................................... 919-970-7771
        Richard D’alli, MD
   adult ............................................................................................... 919-970-7792

clinical neuropsychology Service ......................................................... 919-668-7600
     Deborah attix, PhD

duke addictions Program (daP) .......................................................... 919-684-3850
   ashwin Patkar, MD

duke adolescent Substance Use treatment Programs ....................... 919-416-7213
   Pager ............................................................................................... 919-970-4593
   Gary sauls, CCas

duke child and Family Studies center ................................................. 919-416-2430
   Richard D’alli, MD

duke Psychiatry Specialty clinic (cary, nc) .......................................... 919-238-0008
   Haresh tharwani, MD

duke University Faculty Practice .......................................................... 919-416-3439
   erwin square, 2200 W. Main street, suite 340, Durham, nC

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durham child development and Behavioral health clinic ................ 919-668-5559
   Richard D’alli, MD

durham regional hospital Behavioral health center ........................ 919-470-6137
   Haresh tharwani, MD

eating disorders Program
    structure House ................................................................................ 919-493-4205
    outpatient Program (Duke) ............................................................... 919-416-2464
         nancy Zucker, PhD

electroconvulsive therapy Service ........................................................ 919-681-8742
    Richard Weiner, MD, PhD

Family Studies Program and clinic ....................................................... 919-416-2431
   karen Wells, PhD

healthy childhood Brain development research Program
        ................................................................................... 919-419-3474, ext. 350
    Michael DeBellis, MD

informatics ............................................................................................. 919-684-0103
    kenneth Gersing, MD

mood disorders Program ...................................................................... 919-416-2430
   John l. Beyer, MD

Pain evaluation and treatment Program ............................................ 919-684-2154
    Veeraindar Goli, MD

Postpartum Support Program .............................................................. 919-681-6840
    William s. Meyer, MsW

Sleep disorders center .......................................................................... 919-681-8788
    andrew krystal, MD

Stress management Program ............................................................... 919-684-6908
    Christopher edwards, PhD

traumatic Brain injury clinic ................................................................. 919-684-2154
    Veeraindar Goli, MD

Virtual reality treatment Program ...................................................... 919-416-2440
    Justin Desua, Ms



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            Behavioral Medicine • PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes

Behavioral Medicine

dukehealth.org/Services/Psychiatry/Programs/behavioral_medicine

The Division of Behavioral Medicine offers multidisciplinary care and research
in the areas of human stress psychophysiology; epidemiological studies of
psychological and social factors in disease, psychoimmunology, and the
neurobiology of stress; and behavioral and pharmacological approaches to the
prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of stress-related medical disorders that
include coronary heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, chronic pain, cancer, AIDS,
alcohol and substance abuse, osteoarthritis, panic disorder, and depression.

                  Redford B. Williams, Md
                  diViSiOn head
                  appointments: 919-684-3863 Personal Office: 919-684-3863
                  Fax: 919-681-8960 e-mail: redfordw@acpub.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3926
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, Yale university school of Medicine (Connecticut), 1967
Yale-new Haven Medical Center (Connecticut), 1967-1970
national institute of Mental Health (Maryland), 1970-1972
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Biofeedback and other behavioral approaches
to treating or preventing physical disorders, hostility and anger control, various pain
syndromes, headache


                  lakshmi s. Kamaraju, Md
                  appointments: 919-684-4010
                  Personal Office: 919-684-4726
                  Fax: 919-681-7506 e-mail: lksree@ac.pub.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3889
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, andhra university (india), 1976
Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 1985-1989
Psychosomatic Medicine, Duke university Medical Center, 1989-1990
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Chronic pain, consultation and liaison,
depression, anxiety disorder and organic mental disorders, schizophrenia




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PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes • Behavioral Medicine

                 indu M. varia, Md
                 appointments: 919-684-0107
                 Personal Office: 919-684-0107
                 Fax: 919-681-8627 e-mail: varia001@mc.duke.edu
                 DuMC 3889
                 Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, shah Medical College (india), 1968
Psychiatry, Duke/umstead Combined Psychiatric training Program (north Carolina),
   1978-1982
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Panic disorder, phobias, GaD, obsessive
compulsive disorder, affective disorders, psychopharmacology, psychosomatic
disorders, aDHD




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          Biological Psychiatry • PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes

Biological Psychiatry

The Division of Biological Psychiatry offers multidisciplinary care for and
conducts research in psychiatric disorders known to have a major biological
component. These include affective disorders such as major depression and bipolar
disorder, schizophrenia and related disorders, dementia, substance abuse, and
anxiety disorders.

                  P. Murali doraiswamy, MB Bs
                  diViSiOn head
                  appointments: 919-668-2572 Personal Office: 919-684-5933
                  Fax: 919-681-7668 e-mail: dorai001@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3018
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: MB Bs, university of Madras (india), 1987
Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 1991-1995
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Memory and mood disorders in the elderly,
clinical trials of investigational drugs, psychopharmacology consults, alternative and
complementary medicine for enhancing mental fitness


                  R. alison adcock, Md, Phd
                  appointments: 919-684-0100
                  Personal Office: 919-684-0100
                  e-mail: alison.adcock@duke.edu
                  DuMC 90999
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, Yale university school of Medicine (Connecticut), 1999
General adult Psychiatry, university of California, san francisco, langley Porter
   Psychiatric institute, 2003
neurosciences Research, VaMC/uCsf (California), 2006
PhD, neurobiology, Yale university (Connecticut), 1999
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy,
cognitive remediation, medication management, schizophrenia, obsessive compulsive
disorder, eating disorders, adult and adolescent psychiatry




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PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes • Biological Psychiatry

                   Jane P. Gagliardi, Md
                   Personal Office: 919-668-0869
                   Fax: 919-668-5271
                   e-mail: gagli001@mc.duke.edu
                   DuMC 3542
                   Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, Duke university school of Medicine, 1998
internal Medicine and Psychiatry, Duke university school of Medicine, 1998-2003
Particular clinical interests and Skills: inpatient general medicine and psychiatry, areas
of clinical overlap between medicine and psychiatry and consultation psychiatry


                   Kenneth R. Gersing, Md
                   Personal Office: 919-684-0103
                   Fax: 919-681-7668
                   e-mail: gersi001@mc.duke.edu
                   DuMC 3018
                   Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, university of Washington school of Medicine, 1993
Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 1993-1997
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Psychiatric informatics


                   veeraindar Goli, Md
                   directOr, Pain eVaLUatiOn & treatment SerVice
                   chieF, neUrOPSychiatric SerViceS
                   appointments: 919-684-2154 Personal Office: 919-684-2154
                   Fax: 919-684-2928 e-mail: goli0001@mc.duke.edu
                   DuMC 3859
                   Durham, nC 27710
training: MD, osmania Medical College, Hyderbad (india), 1978
Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 1983-1987
Geropsychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 1987-1988
Pain Management, Duke university Medical Center, 1986-1988
fellow, american academy of Pain Management
Diplomate, american Board of Pain Medicine
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Chronic pain syndromes, including fibromyalgia
and chronic fatigue syndromes, issues in the elderly, acupuncture, obsessive compulsive
spectrum disorders, depressive disorders, chronic intractable headaches, special interest
in alternative therapies including acupuncture, multidisciplinary approach to pain
including interventional and conventional methods




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          Biological Psychiatry • PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes

                   Wei Jiang, Md
                   appointments: 919-668-0869
                   Personal Office: 919-668-0762
                   Fax: 919-668-5271 e-mail: jiang001@mc.duke.edu
                   Duke university Medical Center
                   Room 3050, Yellow Zone
                   Durham, nC 27710
training: MD, Binzhou Medical College (China), 1982
internal Medicine, Qianfoshan Hospital (China), 1982-1985
internal Medicine and Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 1997-2002
Cardiology, Qianfoshan Hospital (China), 1985-1988
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Patients with medical illness and psychiatric
illness, somatic disorders, medical conditions resistant to standard measures, complicated
psychiatric problems related to medical conditions


                   K. Ranga Krishnan, MB ChB
                   chair, dePartment OF PSychiatry
                   appointments: 919-684-5616 Personal Office: 919-684-5616
                   Fax: 919-681-5489 e-mail: krish001@mc.duke.edu
                   DuMC 3950
                   Durham, nC 27710

training: MB Bs, Madras Medical College (india), 1978
Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 1981-1983
neurobiology, Duke university Medical Center, 1982-1984
Particular clinical interests and Skills: affective disorders, anxiety disorders, obsessive-
compulsive disorders, psychopharmacology, geriatric depression


                   Mehul v. Mankad, Md
                   appointments: 919-416-3439 Personal Office: 919-416-3439
                   Fax: 919-416-3437 e-mail: mehul.mankad@duke.edu
                   Duke university faculty Practice in Psychiatry
                   2200 W. Main street, suite 340
                   Durham, nC 27705

training: MD, northwestern university feinberg school of Medicine (illinois), 1998
Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 2002
forensic Psychiatry, Rush-Presbyterian-st. luke’s Medical Center (illinois), 2003
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Medico-legal consultation, expert witness
testimony, independent medical examination, general outpatient psychiatry,
electroconvulsive therapy




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PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes • Biological Psychiatry

                  Paolo Mannelli, Md
                  appointments: 919-238-0008
                  Personal Office: 919-471-1726
                  Fax: 919-238-0012, 919-620-0346 e-mail: manne002@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3131
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, Catholic university of the sacred Heart (italy), 1986
Psychiatry, Catholic university of the sacred Heart (italy), 1986-1990
Psychiatry and addictions, university of California san francisco, 1989-1990
Particular clinical interests and Skills: addiction and comorbid disorders, dual diagnosis,
psychopharmacology, buprenorphine treatment for opiod dependence


                  scott d. Moore, Md, Phd
                  appointments: 919-681-8742
                  Personal Office: 919-681-8742
                  Fax: 919-681-8744 e-mail: sdmoore@acpub.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3309
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, PhD, university of Virginia school of Medicine, 1986
Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 1989-1992
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Psychopharmacology, electroconvulsive therapy,
neurobehavioral disorders




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          Biological Psychiatry • PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes

                   ashwin a. Patkar, Md, MPhil
                   medicaL directOr, dUKe addictiOnS PrOgram and dUKe
                   SUBStance aBUSe cOnSULt SerViceS
                   appointments: 919-238-0008 or 919-668-3626
                   Personal Office: 919-238-0008 or 919-668-3654
                   Fax: 919-238-0012 or 919-668-6514 e-mail: ashwin.patkar@duke.edu
                   Duke Psychiatry specialty Clinic in Cary
                   2000 Regency Parkway, suite 280
                   Cary, nC 27518
                   Duke Psychiatry
                   2218 elder street, suite B-2
                   Durham, nC 27705
training: MD, seth G.s. Medical College, university of Bombay (india), 1987
Psychiatry, king edward Memorial Hospital (india), 1987-1990
Psychiatry, Queen’s Medical Center, university of nottingham (united kingdom),
  1990-1994
Psychiatry, thomas Jefferson university Hospital (Pennsylvania), 1995-1997
substance abuse, Mapperley Hospital, university of nottingham (united kingdom),
  1994-1995
MPhil, neuropharmacology, university of nottingham (united kingdom), 1995
MRCPsych, Psychiatry, Royal College of Psychiatrists (united kingdom), 1993
Particular clinical interests and Skills: General psychiatry, addiction medicine,
dual diagnosis


                   Xavier a. Preud’homme, Md
                   Personal Office: 919-668-0869
                   Fax: 919-668-5271
                   e-mail: preud001@mc.duke.edu
                   DuMC 3369
                   Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, free university of Brussels (Belgium), 1993
Psychiatry, free university of Brussels (Belgium), 1998
Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 2006
internal Medicine, Duke university Medical Center, 2006
Particular clinical interests and Skills: inpatient care for patients with active internal
medicine and psychiatric comorbidities (med-psych), electroconvulsivotherapy (eCt),
sleep research




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PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes • Biological Psychiatry

                   sarah K. Rivelli, Md
                   Personal Office: 919-668-0869
                   Fax: 919-668-5271
                   e-mail: rivel001@mc.duke.edu
                   DuMC 3369
                   Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, free university of Brussels (Belgium)
internal Medicine and Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 2006
Particular clinical interests and Skills: General internal medicine, general psychiatry,
hospitalist medicine, consultation-liaison psychiatry, delirium, affective disorders,
psychosomatic medicine


                   haresh M. tharwani, Md
                   medicaL directOr, dUrham regiOnaL hOSPitaL and dUKe
                   PSychiatry SPeciaLty cLinic
                   appointments: 919-238-0008 Personal Office: 919-238-0008
                   Fax: 919-238-0012 e-mail: tharw001@mc.duke.edu
                   Duke Psychiatry specialty Clinic in Cary
                   2000 Regency Parkway, suite 280
                   Cary, nC 27518
training: MD, sindh Medical College (Pakistan), 1990
Psychiatry, West Virginia university, 1995-1999
Consultation-liaison, Harvard Medical school (Massachusetts), 1999-2000
Psychopharmacology, Duke university Medical Center, 2000-2001
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Bipolar disorder, depression, social anxiety
disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, psychopharmacology


                   Richard d. Weiner, Md, Phd
                   appointments: 919-681-8742
                   Personal Office: 919-681-8742
                   Fax: 919-681-8744 e-mail: rweiner@duke.edu
                   DuMC 3309
                   Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, Duke university school of Medicine, 1973
Psychiatry, unC Hospitals, 1974-1976
PhD, Duke university, 1973
Particular clinical interests and Skills: affective disorders, electroconvulsive therapy,
schizophrenia, electroencephalography




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          Biological Psychiatry • PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes

                   sheue-Mei Wu, Md, Phd
                   appointments: 919-238-0008 Personal Office: 919-684-2643
                   Fax: 919-238-0012 e-mail: sw69@duke.edu
                   Duke Psychiatry specialty Clinic
                   2000 Regency Parkway, suite 280
                   Cary, nC 27518

training: MD, university of north Carolina at Chapel Hill school of Medicine, 2002
General Psychiatry, unC Hospitals, 2002-2006
PhD, Biology, university of north Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1992
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Research and clinical interests in bipolar affective
disorder and women’s mental health




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PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes • child and adolescent

Child and adolescent Psychiatry

dukehealth.org/Services/Psychiatry/Programs/childadolescentServices

The Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry offers outpatient services for
children and adolescents (and their families) suffering from acute and chronic
mental illness and substance abuse. To determine the best course of psychosocial
treatment and/or medication management, we can arrange comprehensive
diagnostic evaluations that include psychiatric assessment and/or psychological
testing. The division offers subspecialty clinics to diagnose and treat conditions
that include ADHD and disruptive disorders; mood and anxiety disorders;
substance use disorders; family dynamic and marital problems; trauma exposure;
and developmental disorders. We also provide psychiatric consultations to child
and adolescent medical and surgical outpatients and inpatients within the Duke
University Health System.

                  John s. March, Md, MPh
                  chieF, diViSiOn OF chiLd and adOLeScent PSychiatry
                  appointments: 919-416-2430 Personal Office: 919-416-2404
                  Fax: 919-416-2420 e-mail: jsmarch@duke.edu
                  DuMC 3527
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, MPH, university of California, los angeles, David Geffen school of
   Medicine, 1978
family Practice, university of California, los angeles, 1978-1981
Psychiatry, university of Wisconsin, 1986-1988
Child Psychiatry, university of Wisconsin, 1988-1990
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Pediatric anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder,
tic disorder, pediatric neuropsychopharmacology




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          child and adolescent • PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes

                  lisa amaya-Jackson, Md, MPh
                  appointments: 919-419-3474, ext. 224
                  Personal Office: 919-682-1552, ext. 253 (Monday-Wednesday)
                  or 919-419-3474, ext. 300 or 405 (thursday/friday)
                  Fax: 919-419-9353
                  DuMC 104424
                  Durham, nC 27710
training: MD, university of north Carolina at Chapel Hill school of Medicine, 1986-1993
Psychiatry, unC Hospitals, 1986-1989
Child Psychiatry, university of California, los angeles, 1989-1991
Robert Wood Johnson Clinical scholars Program, university of north Carolina,
  1991-1993
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Psychopharmacology and psychotherapy for
children and adolescents with post-traumatic stress disorder and related problems


                  allan K. Chrisman, Md
                  appointments: 919-416-2402
                  Personal Office: 919-416-2402
                  Fax: 919-416-9789 e-mail: chris014@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3492
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, George Washington university school of Medicine and Health sciences
  (Washington, DC), 1971
Medicine, Washington Hospital Center (Washington, DC), 1971-1972
adult Psychiatry, Mclean Hospital (Massachusetts), 1972-1974
Child/adolescent Psychiatry, Beth israel Hospital (Massachusetts), 1974-1976
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Child and adolescent evaluation and treatment,
psychopharmacology, aDHD, anxiety disorders, depression




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                 Richard e. d’alli, Md, scM, Med
                 chieF, chiLd deVeLOPment and BehaViOraL heaLth
                 appointments: 919-668-5559 Personal Office: 919-668-4487
                 Fax: 919-668-4496 e-mail: dalli003@mc.duke.edu
                 DuMC 2906
                 Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, university of arizona College of Medicine, 1991
General Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 1991-1994
Child Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 1994-1996
Med, university of florida, 1971
scM, Brown university (Rhode island), 1977
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Child and adolescent psychiatric evaluations
and treatment, psychopharmacology, telemedicine, media development for patient and
professional continuing education


                 Michael d. de Bellis, Md, MPh
                 appointments: 919-493-1067, ext. 363
                 Personal Office: 919-493-1067, ext. 351
                 Fax: 919-419-0165 e-mail: debel002@mc.duke.edu
                 DuMC 3613
                 Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, state university of new York Health science Center, 1987
Psychiatry, new York university Medical Center, 1987-1991
Pharmacology, national institutes of Health (Maryland), 1990-1992
Child & adolescent Psychiatry, university of Baltimore (Maryland), 1992-1993
Child & adolescent Psychiatry, university of Pittsburgh school of Medicine, Western
  Psychiatric institute and Clinic (Pennsylvania), 1993-1994, 1994-1996
MPH, university of Pittsburgh school of Public Health (Pennsylvania), 2000
Particular clinical interests and Skills: PtsD assessment, childhood maltreatment,
healthy childhood brain and cognitive development, neuroimaging, adolescent
substance abuse




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          child and adolescent • PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes

                  Rachel e. dew, Md, Mhsc
                  appointments: 919-416-2430 Personal Office: 919-416-2430
                  Fax: 919-416-9789 e-mail: red@geri.duke.edu
                  Duke Child and family study Center
                  718 Rutherford street
                  Durham, nC 27705

training: MD, West Virginia university school of Medicine, 2000
General Psychiatry, Wake forest university (north Carolina), 2000-2003
Child and adolescent Psychiatry, Wake forest university (north Carolina), 2003-2005
Religion/Health Research, Duke university, 2005-2007
MHsc, Clinical Research training Program, Duke university, 2007
Particular clinical interests and Skills: General and child and adolescent psychiatry,
mood disorders, aDHD


                  helen l. egger, Md
                  appointments: 919-687-4686
                  Personal Office: 919-687-4686, ext. 228
                  Fax: 919-687-4737 e-mail: hegger@psych.duhs.duke.edu
                  718 Rutherford street
                  Durham, nC 27705

training: MD, Yale university school of Medicine (Connecticut), 1991
internship, Georgetown university (Washington, DC), 1992-1993
adult Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 1993-1996
Child Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 1996-1998
Postdoctoral Research, national institute of Mental Health, 1998-2000
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Preschool mental health with primary focus on
preschoolers (18 months to six years old) with anxiety disorders and mood disorders




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                  John G. looney, Md, MBa
                  appointments: 919-684-6457
                  Personal Office: 919-684-5405 or 919-599-3753
                  Fax: 919-684-8429 or 919-403-0565 e-mail: john.looney@duke.edu
                  DuMC 3313
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, university of texas southwestern Medical school, 1969
Psychiatry, timberlawn Psychiatric Center (texas), 1970-1972
Child and adolescent Psychiatry, university of Michigan, 1974-1976
MBa, southern Methodist university (texas), 1986
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment of children,
adolescents, and their families; substance abuse evaluation and treatment; individual and
family therapy; forensic consultation; organizational consultation


                  hima Ravi, Md
                  appointments: 919-416-2429
                  Personal Office: 919-416-2429
                  Fax: 919-416-9789 e-mail: ravi0001@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3527
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: osmania Medical College (india), 1995
General Psychiatry, eastern Virginia Medical school, 2002
Child & adolescent Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 2004
Particular clinical interests and Skills: evaluation and treatment of anxiety disorders,
aDHD, and autism spectrum disorders in children and adolescents




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          child and adolescent • PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes

                  Marla F. Wald, Md
                  appointments: 919-416-2430 or 919-416-2433
                  Personal Office: 919-416-2427
                  Fax: 919-416-9789
                  718 Rutherford street
                  Durham, nC 27705
                  DuMC 3263
                  Durham, nC 27710
training: MD, lille Catholic university faculty of Medicine (france), 1988
adult Psychiatry, new York university Medical Center, 1988-1991
Child/adolescent Psychiatry, George Washington university and Children’s national
  Medical Center (Washington, DC), 1991-1993
Particular clinical interests and Skills: eating disorders, women’s reproductive issues
and mental health, child/adolescent/adult consultations and treatment, individual
psychotherapy and psychoanalysis




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PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes • geriatric Psychiatry

Geriatric Psychiatry

psychiatry.mc.duke.edu/clinical/adult/geriatric.html

The Division of Geriatric Psychiatry evaluates and treats mental disorders of the
elderly. Special offerings include a close partnership with the acclaimed Duke
Geriatric Evaluation and Treatment (GET) Clinic; an ambulatory, multidisciplinary
geriatric psychiatry clinic; a Memory Disorders Clinic; and a 21-bed combined
General Adult/Geriatric Psychiatry inpatient unit at Duke University Hospital.

                   david C. steffens, Md, Mhs
                   diViSiOn head
                   appointments: 919-684-3746 Personal Office: 919-684-3746
                   Fax: 919-681-7668 e-mail: steff001@mc.duke.edu
                   DuMC 3903
                   Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, university of texas Health sciences Center, 1988
Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 1992
MHs, Duke university Medical Center, 2000
Particular clinical interests and Skills: affective and cognitive disorders in the elderly


                   John l. Beyer, Md
                   directOr, dUKe mOOd and anxiety diSOrder cLinic
                   appointments: 919-668-0209 Personal Office: 919-668-0209
                   Fax: 919-681-7421 e-mail: beyer001@mc.duke.edu
                   DuMC 3519
                   Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, university of texas southwestern Medical school, 1989
Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 1993
Particular clinical interests and Skills: treatment of mood disorders, particularly bipolar
disorder and depressive disorders; psychopharmacology consultation




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            geriatric Psychiatry • PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes

                  dan G. Blazer, Md, Phd
                  appointments: 919-684-4128
                  Personal Office: 919-684-4128
                  Fax: 919-684-8569 e-mail: blaze001@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3003
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, university of tennessee College of Medicine, 1969
Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 1973-1975
Consultation liaison Psychiatry, Montefiore Hospital (new York), 1975-1976
PhD, university of north Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1980
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Geriatric psychiatry, mood and anxiety disorders,
psychiatry and religion


                  harold W. Goforth, Md, Ma
                  appointments: 919-681-8788
                  Personal Office: 919-681-1908
                  Fax: 919-681-8744 e-mail: gofor003@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3309
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, Wright state university Boonshoft school of Medicine (ohio), 1998
General surgery, northwestern university Hospitals (illinois), 1999
anatomic Pathology, university of Chicago Hospitals (illinois), 2000
General adult Psychiatry, loyola university Medical Center (illinois), 2004
Geriatric Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 2005
Ma, ohio state university, 1994
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Consultation-liaison psychiatry, eCt, treatment
resistant depression, HiV-aiDs psychiatry, neurophysiology




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PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes • geriatric Psychiatry

                   harold G. Koenig, Md, Mhsc
                   appointments: 919-681-6633
                   Personal Office: 919-681-6633
                   Fax: 919-383-6962 e-mail: koenig@geri.duke.edu
                   DuMC 3400
                   Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, MHsc, university of California, san francisco, school of Medicine, 1982
Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 1989-1992
Geropsychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 1991-1992
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Psychotherapy/medication management;
general adult psychiatry, depression, anxiety disorders; adjustment disorders related
to medical illness; patients with a strong religious background wanting therapy from
that perspective


                   Warren d. taylor, Md
                   appointments: 919-416-3439
                   Personal Office: 919-416-3439
                   Fax: 919-681-7668
                   DuMC 3903
                   Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, university of south florida College of Medicine, 1996
Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 2000
Geriatric Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 2001
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Depression, anxiety disorders


                   Mugdha e. thakur, Md
                   appointments: 919-681-8788
                   Personal Office: 919-681-8788
                   Fax: 919-681-8744 e-mail: thaku001@mc.duke.edu
                   DuMC 3386
                   Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, seth G.s. Medical College, university of Mumbai (india), 1994
General Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 1998-2002
Geriatric Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 2002-2003
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Psychiatric disorders in the elderly, sleep disorders




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            geriatric Psychiatry • PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes

                  Robert e. Williams, Md
                  appointments: not accepting new patients
                  Personal Office: 919-684-5943
                  e-mail: robert.e.williams@duke.edu
                  DuMC 3324
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, Brody school of Medicine at east Carolina university
   (north Carolina), 1998
Psychiatry, unC Hospitals, 1998-2002
Geriatric Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 2002-2003
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Dementia, alzheimer’s disease, depression
and psychotic illness in nursing home facilities and inpatients at DuMC, social
interventions including family, friends, and caretakers combined with appropriate
psychopharmacologic therapies




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PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes • Medical Psychology

Medical Psychology

The Division of Medical Psychology offers psychological assessment and
treatment of children and adults. Special interests within the division include the
evaluation and treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (in children
and adults); conduct disorders; family problems; cognitive behavioral treatment
of depression; post-traumatic stress disorder; and personality disorders, as well
as the behavioral treatment of simple phobias. The division’s multidisciplinary
Eating Disorders Program evaluates and treats both children and adults suffering
from conditions that include anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating.
Division members also specialize in behavioral treatment of patients with stress-
related physical problems, including chronic pain, uncontrolled diabetes, and
cardiovascular disease.

                  Richard s. surwit, Phd
                  diViSiOn head
                  appointments: 919-684-5712 Personal Office: 919-684-4317
                  Fax: 919-681-7347 e-mail: surwi001@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3842
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, Clinical Psychology, McGill university (Canada), 1972
allen Memorial institute, McGill university (Canada), 1972
Massachusetts Mental Health Center, Harvard Medical school (Massachusetts),
   1972-1974
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Psychosomatic disease, stress management,
obesity, diabetes, eating disorders




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            Medical Psychology • PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes

                  George s. ake iii, Phd
                  Personal Office: 919-419-3474, ext. 247
                  Fax: 919-419-9353
                  e-mail: ake00001@mc.duke.edu
                  411 West Chapel Hill street, suite 908
                  Durham, nC 27701

training: PhD, university of Memphis (tennessee), 2003
Clinical Psychology Residency, Medical College of Georgia and augusta Va Medical
  Center Consortium, 2003
Psychology Postdoctoral fellowship, Child trauma, Duke university Medical Center,
  2003-2005
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Psychotherapy with children and families coping
with trauma, research focused on child abuse and neglect, clinical interests related to
domestic violence and religion


                  Kelly K. anthony, Phd
                  appointments: 919-668-5559 Personal Office: 919-668-4489
                  Fax: 919-668-4496 e-mail: antho016@mc.duke.edu
                  Durham Child Development and Behavioral Health Clinic
                  402 trent Drive
                  Durham, nC 27705

training: PhD, university of north Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2004
Clinical Child Psychology, Duke university Medical Center, 2003-2004
Pediatric Psychology, Duke university Medical Center, 2004-2005
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Clinical child/pediatric psychology; psychological
assessment of learning, developmental, and/or behavioral problems in children with
or without a chronic illness; assessment of pain in children and adolescents; child and
family therapy




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PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes • Medical Psychology

                  Katherine l. applegate, Phd
                  directOr, PSychOLOgicaL SerViceS FOr the metaBOLic and
                  Weight LOSS SUrgery PrOgram
                  appointments: 1-866-637-0711 Personal Office: 919-660-2236
                  Fax: 919-660-2256 e-mail: katherine.applegate@duke.edu
                  3116 n. Duke street
                  Durham, nC 27704
training: PhD, ohio state university, 2000
Medical Psychology, Duke university Medical Center, 1999-2000
aging Center fellowship, Duke university Medical Center, 2000-2002
Behavioral Medicine Research Center, Duke university Medical Center, 2002-2003
Particular clinical interests and Skills: obesity, weight loss surgery, assessment/
treatment of depression, anxiety, chronic pain, sexual dysfunction, eating disorders,
smoking cessation, stress management, individual and group cognitive-behavioral
psychotherapy, biofeedback


                  deborah Koltai attix, Phd
                  directOr, cLinicaL neUrOPSychOLOgy SerVice
                  appointments: 919-668-7600 Personal Office: 919-668-2846
                  Fax: 919-668-2901 e-mail: koltai@duke.edu
                  932 Morreene Road
                  Durham, nC 27705

training: PhD, California school of Professional Psychology, 1993
internship, sepulveda VaMC (California), 1992-1993
Clinical neuropsychology, Cleveland Clinic, 1993-1995
Particular clinical interests and Skills: neuropsychological evaluation of adults with
known or suspected central nervous system injury or illness, neuropsychological
intervention involving cognitive training and/or psychotherapy to maximize abilities and
adjustment among dementia patients, emphasis in geriatrics




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           Medical Psychology • PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes

                  Michael a. Babyak, Phd, Ma
                  appointments: 919-684-8843
                  Personal Office: 919-684-8843
                  Fax: 919-684-8629 e-mail: michael.babyak@duke.edu
                  DuMC 3119
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, Clinical Psychology, 1994
Psychology Program, Duke university Medical Center, 1994-1995
Ma, experimental Psychology, Bucknell university (Pennsylvania), 1991
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Consultation and brief therapy with solid organ
transplant patients


                  Martin Binks, Phd
                  appointments: 919-688-3079, ext. 239
                  Personal Office: 919-688-3079, ext. 239
                  Fax: 919-688-8049 e-mail: martin.binks@duke.edu
                  DuMC 3829
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, Clinical Psychology, fairleigh Dickinson university (new Jersey), 2002
Behavioral Medicine, Medical university of south Carolina, 2000
Postdoctoral fellowship, obesity treatment and Research, 2000-2003
Particular clinical interests and Skills: obesity treatment and research, health promotion
and wellness, binge eating


                  James a. Blumenthal, Phd
                  appointments: 919-684-3828
                  Personal Office: 919-684-3828
                  Fax: 919-684-8629 e-mail: blume003@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3119
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, university of Washington, 1975
Duke university Medical Center, 1977-1979
Diplomate, american Board of Professional Psychology
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Behavioral medicine, neurocognitive aspects of
cardiac surgery, stress management, exercise training, cardiovascular disorders, weight
reduction, adherence, psychological aspects of organ transplantation




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PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes • Medical Psychology

                  Melanie J. Bonner, Phd
                  appointments: 919-416-2445
                  Personal Office: 919-416-2443
                  Fax: 919-416-2420 e-mail: bonne002@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3527
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, Virginia Polytechnic institute and state university, 1994
Clinical Psychology, Duke university Medical Center, 1995
Pediatric Psychology, Duke university Medical Center, 1995-1996
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Clinical child/pediatric psychology; patient and
family coping with chronic illness; psychological assessment of children and adolescents
with medical, developmental, learning, and/or behavioral problems


                  alfiee M. Breland-noble, Phd, Mhs
                  appointments: 919-416-2430
                  Personal Office: 919-416-2432
                  Fax: 919-416-2420 e-mail: abreland@psych.duhs.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3527
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, Counseling Psychology, university of Wisconsin-Madison, 1997
Counseling and Psychological services, Duke university Medical Center, 1997
Mental Health interventions, Premier Program, Duke university school of Medicine, 2005
MHs, Duke university school of Medicine, 2008
Particular clinical interests and Skills: improving treatment engagement for psychiatric
illness in people of color, adolescent depression prevention and intervention within a
familial context


                  ernestine C. Briggs-King, Phd
                  appointments: 919-419-3474
                  Personal Office: 919-419-3474, ext. 228
                  Fax: 919-419-9353 e-mail: ernestine.briggs@duke.edu
                  411 West Chapel Hill Road
                  Durham, nC 27705

training: PhD, Clinical Psychology, university of illinois at urbana-Champaign, 1999
trauma, Medical university of south Carolina, national Crime Victims Center, 1997-2000
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Children and families who have experienced
trauma, PtsD, minority mental health issues




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           Medical Psychology • PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes

                  Bart d. Brigidi, Phd
                  appointments: 919-668-2650
                  Personal Office: 919-684-3121
                  e-mail: brigi002@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3624
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, Clinical Psychology, university of Vermont
Postdoctoral fellowship, neuropsychology, the Preston Robert tisch Brain tumor Center,
  Duke university Medical Center
Particular clinical interests and Skills: evaluation of individuals with known or
suspected neurocognitive impairments, specializing in individuals with primary malignant
brain cancer


                  Jeffrey n. Browndyke, Phd
                  appointments: 919-668-2846
                  Personal Office: 919-668-1586
                  Fax: 919-668-0828 e-mail: j.browndyke@duke.edu
                  DuMC 3503
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, louisiana state university, 2001
Clinical internship and Research fellowship, Westhaven Va/Yale university school of
  Medicine (Connecticut), 2000-2001
Postdoctoral fellowship, Brown Medical school (Rhode island), 2001-2003
Particular clinical interests and Skills: neuropsychological assessment of adults and
geriatric patients, specializing in the evaluation of dementia-related disorders and mild
cognitive impairment (MCi)


                  lisa C. Campbell, Phd
                  Personal Office: 919-286-2839, ext. 3405
                  Fax: 919-416-3458
                  e-mail: campb069@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 90399
                  Durham, nC 27708

training: PhD, university of florida, 2002
Health Psychology, Duke university Medical Center, 2001-2002
Behavioral Medicine, Duke university Medical Center, 2002-2004
Particular clinical interests and Skills: assessment and treatment of pain disorders and
disease-related pain, coping with chronic illnesses, cognitive behavioral therapy, ethnicity
and psychosocial well-being



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PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes • Medical Psychology

                  Patricia s. Cheng, Phd
                  appointments: 919-620-3409
                  Personal Office: 919-620-5344
                  Fax: 919-471-3820 e-mail: cheng024@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3675
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, university of Georgia, 2004
Clinical Child Psychology, Children’s Memorial Hospital (illinois), 2003-2004
Child Psychology, Duke university Medical Center, 2005-2006
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Clinical child and adolescent psychology;
pediatric psychology; cognitive behavioral therapy; psychological assessment of learning,
development, and behavioral problems; individual and family therapy


                  Jill s. Compton, Phd
                  appointments: 919-286-5264
                  Personal Office: 919-416-2089
                  Fax: 919-286-5268 e-mail: compton@duke.edu
                  DuMC 3527
                  Durham, nC 27705

training: PhD, university of nevada at Reno, 1998
Behavior Research and therapy Program, Duke university Medical Center, 1997-2000
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Cognitive-behavioral treatments for PtsD and
other anxiety disorders, borderline personality disorder and depression, couple and
family interventions


                  scott n. Compton, Phd
                  appointments: 919-416-2416
                  Personal Office: 919-416-2416
                  Fax: 919-416-2420 e-mail: scompton@duke.edu
                  DuMC 3527
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, university of nevada at Reno, 1998
Psychology, Durham Va Medical Center (north Carolina), 1997-1998
Childhood anxiety Disorders, Duke university Medical Center, 1998-1999
Mental Health services and systems Research, Duke university Medical Center,
  1999-2000
Particular clinical interests and Skills: assessment and cognitive behavioral
psychotherapy for children and adolescents with anxiety and mood disorders




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           Medical Psychology • PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes

                  John F. Curry, Phd
                  appointments: 919-416-2442
                  Personal Office: 919-416-2442
                  Fax: 919-416-2420 e-mail: curry005@mc.duke.edu
                  718 Rutherford street
                  Durham, nC 27705

training: PhD, Catholic university of america (Washington, DC), 1978
Duke university Medical Center
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Clinical child and adolescent psychology,
psychological testing, individual and group psychotherapy, cognitive behavior therapy,
adolescent depression, substance abuse


                  Rebecca dingfelder, Phd
                  appointments: 919-416-2413
                  Personal Office: 919-416-2413
                  Fax: 919-416-2420 e-mail: dingf002@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3527
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, Psychology, ohio state university, 2002
Clinical Child Psychology, Duke university Medical Center, 2001-2002
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Cognitive behavioral therapy for childhood
anxiety, mood, and behavioral disorders and therapy for children who suffer from these
disorders in addition to health difficulties


                  lauren e. durant, Phd
                  appointments: 919-668-1038
                  Personal Office: 919-668-3690
                  Fax: 919-668-5418 e-mail: duran006@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3419
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, Clinical Psychology, syracuse university (new York), 2001
Clinical internship, Duke university Medical Center, 2000-2001
Postdoctoral fellow, Duke university Medical Center, 2001-2003
addiction Medicine, Duke university Medical Center, 2001-2003
Visiting scholar, university of California, san francisco, 2002-current
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Behaviorally dysregulated “at-risk” adolescent
populations, culturally competent treatment approaches for african americans,
substance dependant/abuse patients, cognitive behavioral treatment approach,
marital/family therapy



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PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes • Medical Psychology

                  Jack d. edinger, Phd
                  appointments: 919-681-8788
                  Personal Office: 919-684-8777
                  Fax: 919-681-8744 e-mail: jack.edinger@duke.edu
                  DuMC 2908
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, Virginia Commonwealth university, 1977
university of alabama, Birmingham Medical Center
Particular clinical interests and Skills: insomnia and other sleep disorders, behavioral
treatment for patients with sleep problems, phototherapy for seasonal depression, older
adults with sleep problems, adolescents and young adults with sleep schedule disorders
such as delayed sleep phase syndrome


                  Christopher l. edwards, Phd
                  medicaL directOr, BiOFeedBacK LaBOratOry and Pediatric
                  neUrOPSychOLOgy SerVice
                  appointments: 919-684-6908 Personal Office: 919-684-6908
                  Fax: 919-668-2811 e-mail: christopher.edwards@duke.edu
                  932 Morreene Road, Room 170
                  Durham, nC 27705
training: PhD, university of kentucky, 1997
endocrinology and Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 1997-1999
Particular clinical interests and Skills: evaluation and treatment of disorders in which
chronic pain is a significant symptom, particularly in psychosocial and mental treatment
in the context of racial and cultural diversity




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           Medical Psychology • PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes

                  Miriam h. Feliu, Psyd, Ms
                  appointments: 919-684-6908
                  Personal Office: 919-668-2835
                  Fax: 919-668-2811 e-mail: feliu001@mc.duke.edu
                  932 Morreene Road
                  Durham, nC 27705

training: PsyD, Carlos albizu university (florida), 2004
Chronic Pain and Biofeedback/Clinical neuropsychology, Duke university Medical Center,
  2002-2003
Chronic Pain, Duke university Medical Center, 2004-2005
Ms, Mental Health, Carlos albizu university (florida), 1999
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Biofeedback, behavioral management of chronic
pain, complex regional pain syndrome, musculoskeletal disorders, traumatic brain injury,
neuropsychological testing in spanish


                  david P. Fitzgerald, Phd
                  appointments: 919-416-2096
                  Personal Office: 919-416-2096
                  Fax: 919-286-7081 e-mail: fitzg010@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3431
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, university of notre Dame (indiana), 1995
internship, university of Pennsylvania school of Medicine
Particular clinical interests and Skills: aggressive and oppositional behavior, parent-
child interactions, psychological assessment and testing, children’s peer and social
relation development, technology use in the evaluation and treatment of externalizing
disorders, aDHD and aggression




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PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes • Medical Psychology

                  Kelli e. Friedman, Phd
                  appointments: 1-866-637-0711
                  Personal Office: 919-660-2366
                  Fax: 919-660-2256 e-mail: fried019@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3351
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, Duke university Medical Center, 2002
Durham Va Medical Center (north Carolina), 2002
Behavioral Medicine Research Center, Duke university Medical Center, 2002-2004
Particular clinical interests and Skills: assessment/treatment of depression, anxiety,
eating disorders, smoking cessation, obesity, stress management, individual and group
cognitive behavioral psychotherapy


                  Patricia J. Gammon, Phd, Ma
                  appointments: 919-684-5484 or 919-684-4950
                  Personal Office: 919-684-5484
                  Fax: 919-684-8804 e-mail: gammo002@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3527
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, university of north Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1990
Clinical Psychology, Medical university of south Carolina, 1989-1990
Ma, Developmental Psychology, Duke university, 1982
Particular clinical interests and Skills: assessment and psychotherapy with children,
adolescents, and adults; couples counseling; mood and anxiety disorders; young adult
and university student concerns


                  david B. Goldston, Phd
                  appointments: 919-416-2430
                  Personal Office: 919-416-2423
                  Fax: 919-416-2420 e-mail: david.goldston@duke.edu
                  718 Rutherford street
                  Durham, nC 27705

training: PhD, Clinical and Developmental Psychology, university of iowa, 1988
Clinical Psychology, university of California, los angeles, school of Medicine, 1987-1988
Postdoctoral training, university of Pittsburgh school of Medicine (Pennsylvania),
   1988-1989
Particular clinical interests and Skills: affective disorders and/or suicidal behavior in
children and adolescents, parent training for parents with younger, oppositional children




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           Medical Psychology • PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes

                  Kathryn e. Gustafson, Phd
                  appointments: 919-416-2441
                  Personal Office: 919-416-2441
                  Fax: 919-416-9789 e-mail: gusta002@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3527
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, ohio university, 1988
Clinical Psychology, Medical university of south Carolina, 1987-1988
Pediatric Psychology, Duke university Medical Center, 1988-1989
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Clinical child and pediatric psychology; learning
disabilities; attentional disorders; developmental problems; psychological assessment of
infants, children, adolescents, and young adults with medical, learning, attentional, and
behavioral problems; illness coping; parenting


                  P. susan hazlett, Phd
                  appointments: 919-416-2431
                  Personal Office: 919-416-2431
                  Fax: 919-286-5268 e-mail: hazle001@mc.duke.edu
                  718 Rutherford street
                  Durham, nC 27705

training: PhD, Clinical Psychology, university of north Carolina at Chapel Hill
Particular clinical interests and Skills: family therapy, couples therapy, individual
psychotherapy for adolescents and adults, parent training for aDHD and other childhood
behavioral problems


                  Judith C. holder-Cooper, Phd, Ms
                  appointments: 919-286-1244
                  Personal Office: 919-286-1244
                  Fax: 919-286-1121 e-mail: holde005@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3834
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, southern illinois university Carbondale, 1995
Postdoctoral fellowship, occupational Health Psychology, Duke university Medical
  Center, 1995-1996
Ms, university of Maryland, 1985
Particular clinical interests and Skills: short-term psychotherapy, marital/couples
therapy, professional coaching, anxiety disorders, supervision, organizational
consultation, corporate and career transitions, training and development, women’s
workplace issues, spiritual coping, occupational stress and coping, african american
mental health issues, lifestyle change


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PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes • Medical Psychology

                  Francis J. Keefe, Phd
                  appointments: 919-668-2806
                  Personal Office: 919-416-3401
                  Fax: 919-416-3458 e-mail: keefe003@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3159
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, ohio university, 1975
Particular clinical interests and Skills: assessment and treatment of pain disorders and
anxiety disorders, biofeedback, cognitive behavior therapy


                  Richard Keefe, Phd
                  appointments: 919-684-2274
                  Personal Office: 919-684-4306
                  Fax: 919-684-2632 e-mail: richard.keefe@duke.edu
                  DuMC 3270
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, new York university, 1990
Clinical Psychology, Yale university school of Medicine (Connecticut)
Particular clinical interests and Skills: sport psychology, performance enhancement,
cognitive assessment, psychotherapy


                  Karen o. Kingsolver, Phd
                  appointments: 919-684-6721
                  Personal Office: 919-681-3087
                  e-mail: kings006@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3886
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, Clinical Psychology, university of oregon, 1983
internship, stanford university/Va Palo alto Health Care (California), 1982-1983
Postdoctorate, university of southern California, 1983-1984
Particular clinical interests and Skills: short-term individual and couples psychotherapy,
professional coaching for workplace issues and lifestyle change




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           Medical Psychology • PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes

                  scott h. Kollins, Phd, Ms
                  appointments: 919-416-2096
                  Personal Office: 919-416-2098
                  Fax: 919-286-7081 e-mail: kolli001@mc.duke.edu
                  718 Rutherford street
                  Durham, nC 27705

training: PhD, auburn university (alabama), 1997
Psychology, university of Mississippi Medical Center, 1996-1997
Ms, auburn university (alabama), 1995
Particular clinical interests and Skills: externalizing behavior problems of childhood,
aDHD, child psychopharmacology, adult aDHD


                  Christian F. Mauro, Phd
                  appointments: 919-416-2415
                  Personal Office: 919-416-2415
                  Fax: 919-416-2420 e-mail: mauro002@mc.duke.edu
                  718 Rutherford street
                  Durham, nC 27705

training: PhD, Clinical Psychology, Miami university (ohio), 2001
Clinical Child Psychology, Duke university Medical Center
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Child and family therapy, couples therapy,
cognitive behavioral therapy for children/adolescents with anxiety and mood disorders


                  daphne C. McKee, Phd
                  Personal Office: 919-416-3417
                  Fax: 919-416-3458
                  e-mail: mckee020@mc.duke.edu
                  2200 W. Main street, suite 340
                  Durham, nC 27705

training: PhD, Clinical Psychology, university of north Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1976
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Behavioral medicine, pain and stress
management, coping with chronic illness, assessment and treatment of pain disorders
and disease-related pain




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                   desiree W. Murray, Phd
                   appointments: 919-416-2096
                   Personal Office: 919-416-2082
                   Fax: 919-286-7081 e-mail: dwmurray@duke.edu
                   DuMC 3527
                   Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, university of south florida, 1997
Clinical Psychology, Community Child specialty track, university of north Carolina at
   Chapel Hill, 1993-1994
Particular clinical interests and Skills: evaluation and treatment of aDHD in children,
adolescents, and adults; parent training; academic skills support; school consultation


                   Karen J. o’donnell, Phd
                   appointments: 919-684-5513
                   Personal Office: 919-684-0293
                   Fax: 919-684-8559 e-mail: kod@acpub.duke.edu
                   DuMC 3364
                   Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, university of north Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1983
Particular clinical interests and Skills: infancy, developmental disabilities, high-
risk infants, infant and child development, psychological assessment, parent-child
relationships


                   Michelle J. Pearce, Phd
                   appointments: 919-238-0008
                   Personal Office: 919-238-0009 (Cary) or 919-684-6182 (Durham)
                   Fax: 919-238-0012
                   Duke Psychiatry specialty Clinic
                   2000 Regency Parkway, suite 280
                   Cary, nC 27518
training: PhD, Clinical Psychology, Yale university (Connecticut), 2007
Medical Psychology, Duke university Medical Center, 2006-2007
Cognitive Behavioral therapy, Duke university Medical Center, 2007-2008
spirituality, theology, and Health, Duke university Medical Center, 2007-2008
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Cognitive behavioral therapy for bipolar disorder,
depression, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, obesity and chronic pain, mindfulness,
relaxation skills




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                  laura s. Porter, Phd
                  Personal Office: 919-668-1987
                  Fax: 919-668-1984
                  e-mail: laura.porter@duke.edu
                  DuMC 3159
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, Clinical Psychology, state university of new York at stony Brook, 1996
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Helping patients with chronic illness and their
family members cope with the symptoms and psychological demands of their disease


                  Guy G. Potter, Phd
                  appointments: 919-668-2846
                  Personal Office: 919-668-2846
                  Fax: 919-668-2901 e-mail: guy.potter@duke.edu
                  DuMC 3925
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, university of north Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2001
Clinical Psychology, Duke university Medical Center, 2000-2001
Postdoctoral fellowship, Duke university Medical Center, 2001-2003
Particular clinical interests and Skills: neuropsychological evaluation of adults with
known or suspected brain injuries, specializing in geriatrics, alzheimer’s disease, memory
disorders, movement disorders, stroke, toxic exposure


                  Renee h. Raynor, Phd
                  appointments: 919-668-7600
                  Personal Office: 919-684-1832
                  Fax: 919-684-6674 e-mail: renee.raynor@duke.edu
                  DuMC 3624
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, Clinical Psychology, university of southern Mississippi, 1998
aPa, Clinical Psychology, Duke university Medical Center, 1997-1998
Postdoctoral fellowship, Clinical neuropsychology, Duke university Medical Center,
   1998-1999
Particular clinical interests and Skills: neuropsychological evaluation of adults with
neurocognitive deficits related to neurological disease/injury; special interest in cognitive/
personality changes in patients with primary Cns neoplasms; cognitive rehab and
supportive psychotherapy for patients with neurocognitive deficits related to neurological
disease/injury




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PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes • Medical Psychology

                  Clive J. Robins, Phd
                  appointments: 919-668-2956
                  Personal Office: 919-684-4464
                  Fax: 919-681-7504 e-mail: robin026@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3362
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, state university of new York at stony Brook, 1982
Clinical Psychology, Beth israel Medical Center (new York), 1981-1982
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Behavioral and cognitive psychotherapy, mood
disorders, anxiety disorders, borderline personality disorder


                  M. Zachary Rosenthal, Phd
                  appointments: 919-684-6714
                  Personal Office: 919-684-6702
                  Fax: 919-684-6770 e-mail: rosen025@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3026
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, university of nevada at Reno, 2002
Medical Psychology, Duke university Medical Center, 2001-2002
Particular clinical interests and Skills: individual and group psychotherapy, cognitive
behavioral therapy and dialectical behavior therapy, borderline personality disorder, PtsD,
multi-diagnostic patients, anxiety and mood disorders


                  Gail a. spiridigliozzi, Phd
                  appointments: 919-416-7218
                  Personal Office: 919-684-5513
                  Fax: 919-286-6069 e-mail: spiri001@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3364
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, university of kansas, 1988
unC Hospitals
Particular clinical interests and Skills: school-aged children with developmental and
learning issues, including learning disabilities, mental retardation, fragile X syndrome,
attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, autism, academically gifted




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                  lisa B. story, Phd
                  appointments: 919-668-7301 Personal Office: 919-684-4284
                  Fax: 919-681-7347 e-mail: lisa.story@duke.edu
                  Duke eating Disorders Program
                  1000 trent Drive
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, university of California, los angeles, 2004
internship, university of California, los angeles, 2003-2004
Postdoctoral fellowship, eating Disorders, university of southern California, 2004-2005
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Psychotherapy for individuals with anorexia
nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge-eating disorder, and other eating disorders; parent
training; family therapy


                  tyler J. story, Phd
                  appointments: 919-668-2846
                  Personal Office: 919-684-2116
                  Fax: 919-668-2901 e-mail: tyler.story@duke.edu
                  DuMC 3333
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, university of California, los angeles, 2005
Geriatric neuropsychology, Resnick neuropsychiatric Hospital, Geffen school of Medicine
   at uCla, 2004-2005
adult Clinical neuropsychology, Duke university Medical Center, 2005-2007
Particular clinical interests and Skills: neuropsychological assessment of adults with
known or suspected central nervous system injury or illness; particular interests in
traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis, and dementias




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PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes • Medical Psychology

                  Jennifer l. strauss, Phd
                  Personal Office: 919-286-0411, ext. 5275 or 919-684-5712
                  Fax: 919-416-5832 or 919-681-7347 e-mail: jennifer.strauss@duke.edu
                  DuMC 3842
                  Durham, nC 27710
                  Durham Va Medical Center
                  508 fulton street (152)
                  Durham, nC 27705
training: PhD, adult Clinical Psychology, university of Miami, 2001
Duke university Medical Center, 2001
Duke university Medical Center/Durham Va Medical Center, 2001-2003
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive-
behavioral and self-management interventions for anxiety, mood and axis ii
disorders, specific expertise in post traumatic stress disorder, sexual trauma, and adult
sexual dysfunction


                  Barbara K. Walter, Phd, MPh
                  appointments: 919-620-5374
                  Personal Office: 919-620-5388
                  Fax: 919-471-3820 e-mail: walte018@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3675
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, university of alabama at Birmingham, 1992
Duke university Medical Center, 1989-1990
MPH, university of alabama at Birmingham, 1989
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Clinical child and pediatric psychology; patient
and family coping with chronic illness and disability; developmental, behavioral, and
learning problems; psychological testing; individual and family therapy; adolescents;
cognitive behavioral therapy




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           Medical Psychology • PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes

                  laura J. Weisberg, Phd
                  appointments: 919-416-2464
                  Personal Office: 919-416-2468
                  Fax: 919-416-9789 e-mail: weisb002@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3527
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, university of Maryland, 1985
Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical school, 1981-1982
eating Disorders, Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical school, 1982-1985
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Psychotherapy and behavioral management for
anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge-eating disorder, and other eating disorders;
family interventions; effects of trauma on personality and symptom formation


                  Karen C. Wells, Phd
                  directOr, FamiLy StUdieS cLinic
                  appointments: 919-416-2431 Personal Office: 919-416-2435
                  Fax: 919-286-5268 e-mail: wells020@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3320
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, Clinical Psychology, university of Georgia, 1978
Clinical Psychology, Western Psychiatric institute and Clinic
university of Pittsburgh school of Medicine (Pennsylvania)
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Marital therapy, couples therapy, general family
therapy, family therapy for parent-adolescent problems, parent training for parents of
children with disruptive behavior disorders


                  Kathleen a. Welsh-Bohmer, Phd
                  directOr, Bryan aLzheimer’S diSeaSe reSearch center
                  appointments: 919-668-2846 Personal Office: 919-668-0820
                  Fax: 919-668-0828 e-mail: kwe@duke.edu
                  DuMC 3503
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, university of Virginia, 1985
university of iowa, 1985-1987
Particular clinical interests and Skills: neuropsychological evaluation of adults with
known or suspected brain injuries, specializing in geriatrics, alzheimer’s disease, memory
disorders, movement disorders, stroke, toxic exposure




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                   Janet M. Whidby, Phd
                   appointments: 919-668-5559
                   Personal Office: 919-668-4483
                   Fax: 919-668-4496 e-mail: whidb001@mc.duke.edu
                   DuMC 2906
                   Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, Clinical Psychology, Duke university, 1987
Howard university Hospital (Washington, DC), 1985-1986
Particular clinical interests and Skills: outreach/community-based mental health
services emphasizing multicultural issues, anger management, social skills training,
parenting skills, and family therapy for children and adolescents


                   Ruth Q. Wolever, Phd
                   appointments: 919-660-6826 Personal Office: 919-660-6844
                   Fax: 919-684-6273 e-mail: ruth.wolever@duke.edu
                   Duke integrative Medicine
                   Center for living Campus
                   DuMC 102904
                   Durham, nC 27710
training: PhD, Clinical Health Psychology, university of Miami (florida), 1994
Clinical Psychology, university of north Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1993-1994
Medical Psychology, Duke university, 1994-1996
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Mind-body-spirit techniques in healing, coping
with illness, lifestyle change, interpersonal therapy, stress management, binge eating
disorder, and health coaching


                   Julia t. Woodward, Phd
                   appointments: 919-572-8853 Personal Office: 919-572-8853
                   Fax: 919-484-0461 e-mail: julia.woodward@duke.edu
                   Duke fertility Center
                   5704 fayetteville Road
                   Durham, nC 27713

training: PhD, university of kansas, 2004
Health Psychology, Duke university Medical Center, 2003-2004
Pain Prevention and treatment Research Program, Duke university Medical Center,
  2004-2005
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Cognitive-behavioral therapy for individuals and
couples struggling with infertility; group coping skills training; research on strategies to
promote adaptive coping and resilience among fertility patients




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           Medical Psychology • PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes

                  nancy l. Zucker, Phd
                  appointments: 919-668-7301
                  Personal Office: 919-668-2281
                  Fax: 919-681-7347 e-mail: zucke001@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3842
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: PhD, Clinical Psychology, 2000
Duke university Medical Center, 1999-2000
training fellowship, national institutes of Health
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Development of novel treatments for individuals
with eating disorders or children who struggle with weight management, with particular
focus in the integration of family members into effective treatment strategies




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PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes • outPatient Psychiatry

outpatient Psychiatry

The Division of Outpatient Psychiatry offers consultations for patients with anxiety
and depressive disorders, eating disorders, grief reaction, personality disorders,
post-traumatic stress disorder, neuroses, and other mental health problems.

                  leslie l. Bronner, Md, drPh, MPh
                  appointments: 919-684-0102
                  Personal Office: 919-684-6725
                  Fax: 919-681-7504 e-mail: bronn001@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3516
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, Duke university school of Medicine, 1999
Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 2004
MPH, Boston university school of Public Health (Massachusetts), 1990
DrPH, Harvard school of Public Health (Massachusetts), 1995
Particular clinical interests and Skills: adult general psychiatry; medication
management; psychotherapy including CBt/DBt; cultural issues in mental health


                  eric J. Christopher, Md
                  Personal Office: 919-668-0869
                  Fax: 919-668-5271
                  e-mail: chris026@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3519
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, Medical College of Wisconsin, 1996
internal Medicine and Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 2001
Particular clinical interests and Skills: treatment of disorders on the interface of
medicine and psychiatry




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          outPatient Psychiatry • PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes

                   diana l. dell, Md
                   appointments: 919-668-2570
                   Personal Office: 919-668-2570
                   Fax: 919-684-6243 e-mail: dell0001@mc.duke.edu
                   DuMC 3263
                   Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, louisiana state university school of Medicine in new orleans, 1982
oB/GYn, Charity Hospital of louisiana, 1982-1986
Psychiatry, unC Hospitals, 1995-1998
Psychosomatic Medicine and Women’s Health, university of toronto (Canada), 1998-1999
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Disorders related to women’s reproductive and
mental health, PMs, PMDD, medication use during pregnancy and lactation, postpartum
depression, menopause, hormone therapy, depression, anxiety


                   leslie Forman, Md
                   directOr, PSychiatry OUtPatient cLinic
                   cOnSULtant, dUKe Brain tUmOr center
                   appointments: 919-668-0205 Personal Office: 919-668-0205
                   Fax: 919-681-8627 e-mail: forma003@mc.duke.edu
                   DuMC 3516
                   Durham, nC 27710
training: MD, tufts university school of Medicine (Massachusetts), 1972
Psychiatry, new York university/Bellevue Medical Center, 1972-1975
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Psychopharmacology/psychotherapy,
neuropsychiatry, geriatric psychiatry, psychiatric disorders in patients with serious
medical illness


                   Kishore M. Gadde, Md
                   appointments: 919-684-0100
                   Personal Office: 919-668-0208
                   Fax: 919-684-9891 e-mail: gadde001@mc.duke.edu
                   DuMC 3292
                   Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, Guntur Medical College (india)
Psychiatry, university Hospitals of Cleveland and national institute of Mental Health,
  1988-1992
national institute of Mental Health, 1992-1994
Particular clinical interests and Skills: obesity research




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PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes • outPatient Psychiatry

                   Caroline P. haynes, Md, Phd
                   appointments: 919-684-6406
                   Personal Office: 919-684-6406
                   Fax: 919-684-2593 e-mail: hayne001@mc.duke.edu
                   DuMC 3861
                   Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, PhD, Duke university school of Medicine, 1983
internal Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital (Massachusetts), 1983-1984
Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 1984-1988
affective Disorders, Duke university Medical Center, 1988-1989
Particular clinical interests and Skills: outpatient treatment of mood, anxiety, and
personality disorders in adults; medication management; individual psychotherapy


                   shelley a. holmer, Md
                   appointments: 919-668-0869
                   Personal Office: 919-681-6056
                   Fax: 919-668-5271 e-mail: shelley.holmer@duke.edu
                   DuMC 3369
                   Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, university of tennessee College of Medicine, 2002
Harvard longwood Residency training Program (Massachusetts), 2006
Particular clinical interests and Skills: inpatient psychiatry, affective disorders, psychotic
disorders, personality disorders, individual psychotherapy


                   andrew d. Krystal, Md
                   appointments: 919-681-8788
                   Personal Office: 919-681-8728
                   Fax: 919-681-8744 e-mail: krystal@phy.duke.edu
                   DuMC 3309
                   Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, Duke university school of Medicine, 1987
Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 1987-1991
Clinical Research Methodology, Duke university Medical Center, 1991-1993
Particular clinical interests and Skills: sleep disorders and affective disorders




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          outPatient Psychiatry • PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes

                  Margaret Maytan, Md, Ma
                  appointments: 919-684-0102 Personal Office: 919-681-7237
                  Fax: 919-684-8866 e-mail: mayta001@mc.duke.edu
                  Center for Cancer survivorship
                  DuMC 3812
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, umeå university faculty of Medicine (sweden), 1996
Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 2006
Ma, Musicology, university of north Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1976
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Psycho-oncology, end-of-life care, anxiety and
depression, mind-body medicine


                  Gary B. Pohl, Md
                  appointments: 919-575-2222
                  Personal Office: 919-668-3478
                  Fax: 919-681-7504
                  DuMC 3400
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, Michigan state university College of Human Medicine, 1989
Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 1989-1993
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Medication management and psychotherapy
for general adult patients; spiritual issues, stress management, holistic healing, and
integrating alternative approaches with traditional medicine


                  Grace C. thrall, Md
                  appointments: 919-684-2258
                  Personal Office: 919-684-2258
                  Fax: 919-684-2290 e-mail: grace.thrall@duke.edu
                  DuMC 3837
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, university of Connecticut school of Medicine, 1991
Psychiatry, institute of living, university of Connecticut, 1991-1995
Particular clinical interests and Skills: General adult psychiatry and psychotherapy




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                  Wei Zhang, Md, Phd
                  appointments: 919-684-5401
                  Personal Office: 919-684-5645
                  Fax: 919-684-8866 e-mail: zhang032@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3812
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, shanghai Medical university (China), 1990
Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 1999-2003
Psychopharmacology, Duke university Medical Center, 2002-2003
PhD, anatomy and neuroscience, indiana university, 1996
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Mood and anxiety disorders, psychopharmacology


                  Patricia Ziel, Md
                  appointments: 919-684-5050
                  Personal Office: 919-684-5050
                  Fax: 919-681-7504 e-mail: ziel0001@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3253
                  Durham, nC 27710

training: MD, university of Michigan Medical school, 1968
Psychiatry, Manhattan Va Medical Center and Bellevue (new York), 1970-1973
Particular clinical interests and Skills: Medically ill patients with concomitant psychiatric
diagnoses, personality disorders, depression, anxiety disorders




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        social and coMMunity • PsyChiatRy and BehavioRal sCienCes

social and Community Psychiatry

The Division of Social and Community Psychiatry is concerned with clinical
practice, education, and research in the community, especially in public sector
settings. Its mission is the development of research, education, and service
initiatives in the community through development of public-academic and public-
private multidisciplinary collaboration.

                  Marvin s. swartz, Md
                  diViSiOn head
                  appointments: 919-684-8676 or 919-684-3332
                  Personal Office: 919-684-8676
                  Fax: 919-681-7504 e-mail: swart001@mc.duke.edu
                  DuMC 3173
                  Durham, nC 27710
training: MD, tufts university school of Medicine (Massachusetts), 1980
Psychiatry, Duke university Medical Center, 1981-1984
Particular clinical interests and Skills: General adult psychiatry; outpatient treatment
of adults with neurotic, affective, and psychotic disorders; individual outpatient
psychotherapy




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