Michael C. Monuteaux, Sc.D. graduated from the Harvard School of Public Health, Department of Epidemiology, in June of 2003, and was then appointed as an Instructor of Psychiatry at the Harvard Medical School. After receiving a BA in psychology from Boston University in 1996, Dr. Monuteaux was trained as a psychometrician for both children and adults at the Pediatric Psychopharmacology Research Unit (PPPC) of the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH).
Dr. Monuteaux is currently the Assistant Director of Research at the PPPC, and contributes to the data management and statistical analysis of several large family genetic epidemiological studies and clinical trials. He also supervises a team of research assistants and data analysts. Dr. Monuteaux has co-authored more than 36 articles in peer-reviewed journals and has presented new research on mood, disruptive behavior, and substance use disorders in national scientific meetings. Dr. Monuteaux's current research interests include longitudinal statistical analyses, the initiation and progression of cigarette smoking and substance use in ADHD youth, and the developmental progression of disruptive behavior disorders.