Mick, Eric, ScD

Director of Research, Clinical & Research Programs in Pediatric Psychopharmacology & Adult ADHD, MGH
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School


Eric Mick, ScD received hisdoctorate in psychiatric epidemiology from the Harvard School of Public Healthin 1999 and is currently an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at HarvardMedical School, Director of Research of the Clinical and Research Program inPediatric Psychopathology and Adult ADHD and an associate faculty member in theCenter for Human Genetic Research both of the Massachusetts General Hospital inBoston, Massachusetts.  His researchfocuses on the relationship between mood and disruptive behavior disorders acrossthe lifecycle: particularly bipolar disorder in children andattention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in adults.  His publications include the largestfamily-based candidate gene studies of children with bipolar disorder and thefirst genome-wide pharmacogenetic study of methylphenidate therapy for ADHD.    



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