McMahan-Amy

Email: amcmahan@uab.edu

Title: Associate Professor

Specialization: Social Work

Mental Health Affiliation: UAB Community Psychiatry Center

Education: 

  • Undergraduate:  1995-Bachelor of Social Work; The University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • Graduate School:  1998-Master’s in Social Work; The University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa

Licensure:  Alabama Licensed Certified Social Worker; Alabama Private Independent Practice

Patient Population:  Persons with serious mental illnesses

Clinical Interests:  Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

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Email: bbirur@uabmc.edu
Faculty Title: Assistant Professor
Specialty:  Adult Psychiatry
Hospital Affiliations:  University of Alabama, Birmingham (UAB)

Education:

 •Medical School: Vijayanagar Institute of Medical Sciences (VIMS), Bellary, INDIA
 •Residency: National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS), Bangalore,    INDIA
 •Residency: East Tennessee State University (ETSU), Johnson City, Tennessee

Certifications:  American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN), Board Certified in Psychiatry (India)

Clinical Interests:  First episode psychosis, mood disorders, psychopharmacology

Society Memberships:


  •American Psychiatric Association
  •Alabama Psychiatric Physicians Association
  •American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin
  • International Associations of HealthCare Professionals
  •National Alliance of Mentally ill

Redwine-Bates

Email: bredwine@uab.edu

Title: Associate Professor

Specialization: Geriatric Psychiatry

Academic Appointments with UAB:

  • Director, Division of Geriatric Psychiatry
  • Training Director, Geriatric Fellowship

Education:

  • Undergraduate: Wofford College
  • Medical School: Medical College of Georgia
  • Residency: Medical University of South Carolina
  • Fellowship: Geriatric Psychiatry at Emory University

Licensure: State of Alabama Medical License, Alabama State Controlled Substances Registration, Controlled Substance Registration

Certifications: Board Certified in Psychiatry, with added qualifications in Geriatric Psychiatry

Clinical Interests: ECT and other somatic treatments, dementia, and late-life depression

Houck-Carl

Email: h727@uab.edu

Title: Assistant Professor

Specialization: Psychiatry – Medical/Surgical

Education:

  • Undergraduate: University of Southern Mississippi
  • Medical School: University of Mississippi School of Medicine
  • Internship: Lloyd Noland Hospital and Health Centers
  • Residencies: Touro Infirmary  (1982 - 1983),  University Alabama Hospital (1983 - 1986)
  • Fellowships: University of Alabama Hospital

Certifications: American Board of Psychiatry

Licensure: State of Alabama Medical License, Alabama State Controlled Substances Registration, Controlled Substance Registration

Clinical Interests: Depression, Anxiety Disorders, Psychiatric Problems in Medical Patients

Ford-Charles

Email: cvf@uab.edu

Specialty: Psychiatry – Adult

Hospital Affiliations: UAB Hospital

Faculty Title: Professor

Education

  • School of Medicine: UCLA School of Medicine, 1963
  • Internship: University California, Irvine Medical Center From 1963 To 1964
  • Residencies: UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute From 1964 To 1967

Certifications: American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology

Diseases Treated: Anxiety disorders, somatoform disorders, and medical legal issues.

Email:dkerr@uab.edu
Faculty Title: Assistant Professor
Specialty:  Anxiety disorders, Mindfulness/MBSR, ACT, Chronic Pain, Neuropsychology, Cognitive Impairment, DBT, IPT, Theoretically Driven Integrative Psychotherapy

Hospital Affiliations: 
(Secondary) Department of Neurology &
(Primary) Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurobiology
UAB | The University of Alabama at Birmingham
1720 7th Ave. South | Birmingham, AL 35294
1720 2nd Ave. South | Birmingham, AL 35294-0018

Education:
            •Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO Dual Degree AB/AB Suma Cum Laude in Psychology and Philosophy/Neuroscience/Psychology 1997-2001
            •University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI MS Clinical Psychology 2004-2005
            •University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI PhD Major Clinical Psychology PhD Declared Minor Neuroscience 2004-2011
           •University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL 2012-2014 Neuropsychology/Neuroimaging Postdoctoral Fellow

Certifications:  Licensed Clinical Psychologist/Neuropsychologist #1800. Certification in Lab Management. Certification in Translational Science. Proficient in a wide range of MRI/fMRI methodologies and skills, including 1.5T and 3T Siemens MRI machines using UNIX based and Numaris 4 NT interface software, GE 3T MRI machines and PET imaging, simultaneous MRI/EEG (Neuroscan software), genetic sample collection and analysis, psycho-physiological data collection and analysis (skin-conductance, pupil dilation, heart rate), proficiencies with several neuroimaging data analysis programs (i.e. AFNI, SPM8) state-of-the-art statistical analysis programs (i.e. SPSS, Matlab) and stimulus presentation and recording programs (i.e. DMDX, Psyscope, E-prime, Acqknowledge physiological software). Certified to handle radioactive materials.

Clinical Interests:  Deborah Kerr, Ph.D. is a licensed scientist-practitioner with demonstrated interests in integrating clinical knowledge and neuroscience research to improve clinical practice. Her clinical career has been guided by evidence-based practice and assessment, with emphasis on understanding psychological contributions to impaired cognition in disorders ranging from anxiety to dementia.

Clinically, Dr. Kerr is a theoretically-driven integrative therapist. She takes an individualized case conceptualization approach to the treatment of clients, where actual integration is an empirical question, and change is based on empirical support. She is trained and proficient in providing individual and group therapy to adults (primary) and children/adolescents (secondary) in several orientations, including (but not limited to): CBT, IPT, DBT, ACT, Mindfulness/MBSR, and Behavioral/Exposure. She has specialty training in providing individual/group therapy to patients with chronic pain, cognitive impairment, personality disorders, and anxiety disorders.

Selected Publications:
1.         McFarlin DR, Kerr DL, Nitschke JB. Upsampling to 400-ms resolution for assessing effective connectivity in functional magnetic resonance imaging data with Granger causality. Brain Connect. 2012; 3(1): 67-71.

2.         Kerr DL, McLaren DG, Mathy RM, Nitschke JB. Controllability modulates the anticipatory response in the human ventromedial prefrontal cortex. Front. Psycholog. 2012; 3: 557. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2012.00557.

3.         Kerr DL, Gusnard DA, Snyder AZ, Raichle ME. Effect of practice on reading performance and brain function. NeuroReport. 2004; 15(4): 607-610.

4.         Mathy RM., Kerr DL, Haydin BM. Methodological rigor and ethical considerations in internet-mediated research. J Psychother Pract Res. 2003; 40(1): 77-85.

Kinney-Cleveland

Email: ckinney@uab.edu

Title: Professor Emeritus

Specialization: Geriatric Psychiatry

Education:

  • Undergraduate: Birmingham Southern
  • Medical School:  University of Alabama School of Medicine
  • Internship: University of Alabama Hospital
  • Residency: University of Alabama Hospital
  • Fellowship: University of Alabama Hospital
  • Licensure: Alabama Medical License, Alabama State Controlled Substances Registration, Controlled Substance Registration

Certifications: American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Geriatrics

Clinical Interests: Geriatric psychiatry, Alzheimer’s Disease, dementing disorders, depression, psychotic disorders, psychopharmacology research

Research Interests: Medications for the treatment of dementia and Alzheimer’s diseass; the correlation of neuroimaging studies, i.e., SPECT scans and MRIs, with the clinical diagnosis of the various dementing illnesses.

Funded Research:

03/10 – 02/15, Principle Investigator,  A Phase 3 Extension, Multicenter, Double-Blind, Long Term Safety and Tolerability Treatment Trial of Bapineuzumab (AAB-001, ELN 115727) in Subjects with Alzheimer’s Disease who Participated in Study ELN 115727-301 or in Study ELN 115727-302, funded by Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (Project Amount: $568,485).

Feldman-Jacqueline

Email: jfeldman@uab.edu

Faculty Title:  Professor Emerita

 

Specialty: Community Psychiatry

Hospital Affiliations: UAB Hospital

Education:

  • School of Medicine: University of Texas-Houston Health Science Center, 1983
  • Internship: Duke University Medical Center From 1983 To 1984
  • Residencies: Duke University Medical Center From 1984 To 1987

Certifications: American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology, 1988

Diseases Treated: Public psychiatry, schizophrenia, serious mental illness

Name : Janaki Nimmagadda, M.D.nimmigadda
Division: Psych- Child & Adolescent
Location: FH 324 Zip 0009
Phone: 205-638-9193
Email: njanaki@uab.edu

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Faculty Title: Associate Professor and Executive Director, Substance Abuse and Criminal Justice Programs
Specialty:  Substance Abuse Treatment and Criminal Justice

Education:
• Undergraduate :Presbyterian College 1988 B.S.
• Graduate: The University of Alabama at Birmingham, 1991 M.A.
• Graduate: The University of Alabama ,2003 Ph.D.

Clinical Interests:  Substance Abuse Treatment

Publications:

  • Besnoy, K. & Dantzler, J. (Accepted, 2015). "Using Exploratory and Confirmatory Factor Analysis to Measure Construct Validity of the Traits, Attributes, and Behaviors Scale (TABS). Journal for the Education of the Gifted, issue to be determined.
  • Crusto, C., Dantzler, J., Roberts, Y., & Hooper, L.M. (2015) Psychometric Evaluation of Data from the Race Related Events Scale. Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development, 48, 285-296.
  • Coleman, J. & Dantzler, J. (Accepted, 2015). The frequency and type of graphical representations in science trade books for children. Journal of Visual Literacy, issue to be determined.
  • Firsing, S., Dantzler, J., Hackman, C., Rush, S., Borkovich, R. (Accepted, 2015). Exploration of the effects of Medicaid home and community-based waiver services on outcomes for individuals with intellectual disabilities. Inclusion, issue to be determined.
  • Newman, J., Dantzler, J., & Coleman, A. (2015). Science in Action: How Middle School Students Are Changing Their World Through STEM Service-Learning Projects. Theory into Practice, online.
  • Newman, J., Dantzler, J., & Coleman, A. (2015). Fostering individual and school resilience: When students at risk move from receivers to givers. Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship, 8(1), 80-89.
  • Sunal, D., Dantzler, J., Sunal C., & Turner, D. (Accepted, 2015). The 21st Century Physics Classroom: What Students, Teachers, and Classroom Observers Report. School Science and Mathematics, issue to be determined.
  • Dantzler, J., Besnoy, K., & Siders, J. (2014). Measuring artistically gifted students’ attitudes toward technology using the modified Fennema Sherman Attitudes Scale. Turkish Journal of Giftedness in Education, 4(2), 75-89.
  • Glaze, A. L., Goldston, M. J., & Dantzler, J. (2014). Evolution in the Southeastern United States: factors influencing acceptance and rejection in pre-service science teachers. International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, online – not yet assigned to an issue.
  • Murdock, L. C., Dantzler, J., Walker, A., & Wood, B. (2014). Effects of vestibular stimulation on the independent work skills of children with autism spectrum disorders.   Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities, 29(1), 50-61.
  • Sunal, D., Dantzler, J., Sunal, C., Turner, D., Steele, E., Mason, C., & Zollman, D. (2014). National Study of Education in Undergraduate Science: What Was Learned? In Sunal, D., Sunal, C. & Wright, E., Mason, C., and Zollman, D. (Eds.), Research based undergraduate science teaching.   Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Pub.
  • Goldston, M. J., Dantzler, J., Day, J.B., Webb, B. (2013). A Psychometric Approach to the Development of 5E Inquiry Lesson Plan Scoring Rubric. Journal of Science Teacher Education, 24(3), 527-551.
  • Webb, A., Dantzler, J., Hardy, D. (2015). The influence theory: Factors that influence the transfer advising process. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 39(7), 619-632.
  • Besnoy, K., Dantzler, J., & Siders, J. (2012). Creating a digital ecosystem for the gifted education classroom. Journal of Advanced Academics, 23 (4), 305-325.
  • Hooper, L. M., Wallace, S. A., Doehler, K., & Dantzler, J. (2012). Parentification, ethnic identity, psychological health in Black and White American college students: Implications of family-of-origin and cultural factors. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 43(6), 811-835.
  • Goldston, M. J., Day, J.B., Sundberg, C., Dantzler, J. (2010). Psychometric analysis of a 5E learning cycle lesson plan assessment instrument. International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 8(4), 633-648.
  • Newman, J. L., Gregg, M., Dantzler, J. (2009). Summer enrichment workshop (SEW): A quality component of the University of Alabama’s Gifted Education Preservice Training Program. Roeper Review, 31, 170-184.
  • Steif, P.S. & Dantzler, J. (2005). A Statics Concept Inventory: Development and Psychometric Analysis. Journal of Engineering Education, 94 (4), 363-371

Dantzler-Kay

Email: kdantzler@uab.edu

Faculty Title: Assistant Professor

Specialty:  Community Psychiatry

Hospital Affiliations: UAB Hospital

Education:

  • School of Medicine: Medical University of South Carolina, 1994
  • Internship: University of Alabama at Birmingham From 1994 To 1995
  • Residencies: University of Alabama at Birmingham From 1995 To 1998

Certifications:  American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

Diseases Treated: Adults with serious mental illness

Montgomery-Barefield-Laura

Email: lmbarefield@uab.edu

Specialty: Psychiatry – Child/Adolescent

Hospital Affiliations: UAB Hospital

Faculty Title: Professor; Program Director, General Psychiatry Residency

Education:
School of Medicine: University of Texas Medical Branch, 1990
Internship: University of Texas Medical Branch From 1990 To 1991
Residencies: University of Texas Medical Branch From 1991 To 1994
Fellowships: University of Texas Medical Branch From 1993 To 1995

Certifications: American Board of Psychiatry, 1996 Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 2002

Diseases Treated: ADHD, mood disorders and psychotic disorders

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Email:lascherman@uabmc.edu

Specialty: Psychiatry – Child/Adolescent

Hospital Affiliations: UAB Hospital & Children’s Hospital of Alabama

Faculty Title: Professor

Administrative Title:

Vice Chair for Education and Training
Director for the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Chief of Service, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, The Children’s Hospital of Alabama
Director, UAB Residency in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Education:
School of Medicine: Case Western Reserve University, 1982
Internship: Georgetown University Hospital From 1982 To 1983
Residencies: Georgetown University Hospital From 1983 To 1986

Certifications:
American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology, Adult, 1989 American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology, Forensic, 1999 American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology-Child & Adolescent, 1999 American Psychoanalytic Association-Adult Analysis,

Tolbert-Lelland

Email: ltolbert@uabmc.edu

Specialization: Child, adolescent, family

Hospital Affiliation: UAB

Faculty Title: Professor

Education:

College:  Alaska Methodist University, Anchorage, Alaska

Graduate School: University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL

Ph.D.:  Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC

Certification:     Licensed Professional Counselor

Grant-Merida

Email: grantmm@uab.edu

Title: Assistant Professor

Specialization: Psychologist – adult depression

Academic Appointments with UAB:

  • Primary: Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurobiology, UAB

Education:

  • Undergraduate: Temple University

  • Graduate School: Duke University

  • Internship: Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic

  • Postdoctoral Fellow:  Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic   

Licensure: Alabama (In progress)

Patient Populations: Adult depression

Clinical Interests: Depression and Early Life Trauma
Dr. Grant’s clinical specialization is adult patients with major depression.

Research Interests: Mood Disorders
Dr. Grant’s research is on causal and maintenance factors underlying depression. Work in my lab employs a translational approach to evaluate the relationship between stress (via sensitization mediated changes in pathways that underlie the stress response) and depression using multiple methods including, voxel-based morphometry, functional magnetic resonance imagery (fMRI), measures of peripheral physiology (e.g., skin conductance response), endocrine function, cognition and emotion.

 People In The Lab:

  • TBN

 Funded Research:

  • 07/05-07/10. Principal Investigator. MRI studies of cognitive control and stress in MDD (K01). Funded by: National Institute of Mental Health.
  • 08/09-07/10. Principal Investigator. Vanderbilt University Medical Center Equipment Funding Grant. Funded by: Clinical Research Center/Clinical Translational Science Award.
  • 09/01-09/03. Principal Investigator. Modification and upgrade of an MRI/MRS facility: A shared instrumentation grant for hardware and software.  Funded by: University of Nebraska Biomedical Research Enhancement Fund. 

 Selected Publications:

  1. Grant M.M., Cannistraci C., Hollon S.D., Gore J., Shelton R. Childhood trauma history differentiates amygdala response to sad faces within MDD. J Psychiatry Res 45:886-895, 2011.
  2. Treadway M., Grant M.M., Ding Z., Hollon S.D., Gore J., & Shelton R.C.  Early adverse events, HPA activity and anterior cingulate volume in MDD. PLoS ONE, 4:e4887, 2009. doi:10371.
  3. Grant M.M., Stringer E., Treadway M.,  Hollon S., Gore J. & Shelton R. Self-regulation of emotion: Modulation via coordinated dorso-rostral cingulate activity in MDD.  Neuropsychopharmacology, 31:S198-S263, 2006.
  4. Riso L.P., du Toit P.L., Dacey S., Blandino J., Pena S., Duin J., Grant M.M. & Ulmer, C. Cognitive aspects of chronic depression. J Abnorm Psychol, 112:72-80, 2003.
  5. Grant M.M., Thase M.E. & Sweeney J.A. Cognitive disturbance in outpatient depressed younger adults: Evidence of modest impairment. Biol Psychiatry, 50:35-43, 2001. 

Blanton-Nancy

Email:nblanton@uab.edu

Academic Appointment: Instructor

Mental Health Affiliation: UAB Community Mental Health Center

Education/Certification/Licensure: University of Tennessee: School of Social Work, 1991 State of Alabama, Certified Social Worker and Private Independent Practice of Clinical Social Work

Clinical Interests/Disorders Treated: Psychodynamic, Cognitive Dialectical Behavioral Therapies, Cognitive Therapy and Mindfulness Based Psychotherapy

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Email: repeat@uab.edu

Title: Associate Professor

Specialization: Psychiatry – Addiction Medicine

Academic Appointments with UAB:

  • Medical Director for Addiction Recovery Program

Education:

  • Undergraduate: University of Alabama, Hunstville
  • Medical School: Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Residency: University of Alabama Hospital
  • Internships: University of Alabama Hospital

Licensure: State of Alabama Medical License, Alabama State Controlled Substances Registration, Controlled Substance Registration

Certifications: American Board of Family Practice, 1997, 2004; American Society of Addiction Medicine, 2004; American Association of Medical Review Officers, 2006

Clinical Interests: Addictive Disorders 

Penherski-Peter

Email: ppenherski@uab.edu

Specialty: Adult Psychiatry

Faculty Title: Associate Professor

Education:

  • Undergraduate Medical University of Warsaw
  • Medical School: Medical University of Warsaw
  • Internship: UAB Hospital
  • Residency: UAB Hospital

Licensure: Alabama Medical License, Alabama State Controlled Substances Registration, Controlled Substance Registration

Clinical Interests: Schizophrenia, depression and other mood disorders, substance-related disorders, personality disorders, psychotherapy, family and couple therapy

Email: rjulian@uab.edu

Faculty Title: Assistant Professor

Specialty:  Community Psychiatry

Hospital Affiliations:  UAB Hospital

Education:

  • School of Medicine: Washington University, 1975
  • Residencies: University of Kentucky Medical Center From 1975 To 1977
  • Fellowships: University of Kentucky Medical Center From 1977 To 1979

Certifications:  American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology, 1981

Clinical Interests:  Seriously Mentally Ill

Patton-Rita

Email: rwpatton@uab.edu

Title: Assistant Professor

Specialization: Psychiatry – Medical/Surgical

Education:

  • Undergraduate: Auburn University
  • Medical School: University of Alabama
  • Internship: University of Alabama Hospital
  • Residency: University of Alabama Hospital
  • Fellowship: Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, University of Alabama Hospital

Licensure: State of Alabama Medical License, Alabama State Controlled Substances Registration, Controlled Substance Registration

Certifications: American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, American Board of Adolescent Psychiatry

Clinical Interests: Affective Disorders & Adult ADHD

Savage-Robert

Email: rsavage@uab.edu

Faculty Title: Professor of Psychiatry: Clinical Director of the UAB Mental Health Center

Specialty: Psychiatry – Public Sector Neuropsychology

Hospital Affiliations: UAB Hospital

Education:

  • Fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology, UAB 1992,
  • Internship in Clinical Psychology, UAB 1991,
  • Louisiana State University (Ph.D. in clinical psychology 1992)
  • Louisiana State University (MA, 1990),
  • University of Southern Mississippi (MS, 1978),
  • Grand Valley State University (BS, 1974).

Clinical Interests/Disorders Treated: Neuropsychological Assessment of Serious Mental Illness, Neuropsychological Aspects of Schizophrenia, Stectrum Disorders, and Mood Disorders.

Research Interests: Neuropsychological Aspects of Schizophrenia and other Serious Mental Illness. Genetics of Schizophrenia and SMI. Mental Health Program Evaluation Research.

Rubin-Samuel

Email: srubin@uab.edu

Specialty: Psychiatry – Child/Adolescent

Hospital Affiliations: UAB Hospital

Faculty Title: Associate Professor

Education:

  • School of Medicine: Northwestern University Medical School, 1962
  • Internship: Cook County Hospital From 1962 To 1963
  • Residencies: Duke University Medical Center From 1965 To 1968
  • Fellowships: Eastern Pennsylvania Psychiatric Institute From 1968 To 1969

Diseases Treated: Intensive psychoanalytic treatment of children, adolescents, and adults, eating disorders, gender issues and learning disorders.

Thurstin-Hal

Email: hadrian@uab.edu

Hospital/VA Affiliations: University of Alabama Hospital

Faculty Title: Professor

Administrative Title: Chief Psychologist, Internship Training Director

Internship: Bay Pines VAMC, Bay Pines, Florida

Primary Role/Patient Populations: Adults and geriatric patients for assessment including neuropsychological evaluations to medical/surgical candidates; treatment of depressive, personality, and anxiety disorders as well as eating disorders

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Specialty: Psychiatry – Child/Adolescent

Hospital Affiliations: UAB Hospital

Faculty Title: Associate Professor

Education:

  • School of Medicine: University of Ibadan, 1994
  • Internship: Morehouse School of Medicine From 1999 To 2000
  • Residencies: Morehouse School of Medicine From 2000 To 2003
  • Fellowships: UAB Hospital From 2003 To 2005

Certifications: American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, 2006

Diseases Treated: Disruptive Behavior Disorder, Mood Disorder and Psychotic Disorder in Child and Adolescents; also involved in Autism and Schizophrenia research

Yalamanchili-Vinita

Email: vyalam@uab.edu

Specialty: Psychiatry – Child and Adolescent

Hospital Affiliation:  UAB

Faculty Title:  Assistant Professor, Assistant Resident Training Director

Education:

Medical School:

Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute,  India

Internship:

SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY

Residency:

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX

 Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship:

University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL

Friedman-Vivian

Email: vfriedman@uab.edu

Specialization: child, adolescent and family

Hospital/VA Affiliations: University, Children’s

Faculty Title: Professor

Education:

  • Internship: Boston Children’s Hospital/ Harvard Medical School
  • Post-Doctoral Residency/Fellowship: Boston University School of Medicine/Boston V.A. neuropsychology

Certifications: certified forensic examiner

Primary Role/Patient Populations: clinical child/adolescent psychologist

Other Information: Bachelors degree Cornell University, Masters degree Harvard University, Ph. D. Case Western Reserve University