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Madhukar Trivedi, MD, Betty Jo Hay Distinguished Chair in Mental Health, UT Southwestern

Madhukar Trivedi is a Professor of Psychiatry at UTSW Medical Center, holding the Betty Jo Hay Distinguished Chair in Mental Health. Dr. Trivedi is Chief of the Division of Mood Disorders and is Director of the Center for Depression Research and Clinical Care at UTSW Medical Center. He earned his MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery) from Baroda Medical College, India, and his M.S. from University of Baroda, completing residencies in Psychiatry at University General Hospital, Baroda, India and Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Michigan, and his fellowship at UTSW Medical Center. He is certified on the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.

Dr. Trivedi has a broad background in Psychiatry, with main focus on depression, and has been at the center of research that has evaluated the effectiveness of new antidepressants and how best to use these treatments. He is an established clinical and translational researcher, having served as PI and Co-PI on several single and multi-site clinical trials funded by NIH, foundations and Industry. Dr. Trivedi has received numerous awards including the Gerald L. Klerman award from the National Depressive and Manic-Depressive Association Scientific Advisory Board-NDMDA, the Psychiatric Excellence Award from the Texas Society of Psychiatric Physicians-TSPP, The Gerald Klerman Senior Investigator Award, the American Psychiatric Association Award for Research, and was named in 2014 and 2015 one of the most influential scientific minds by Thompson Reuters. He is or has been a member of several institutional review groups of the NIMH. Dr. Trivedi has published over 480 articles and chapters related to the diagnosis and treatment of mood disorders.

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