Neuropsychiatry

Using 21st century genetic markers to improve neuropsychiatric diagnosis and decision making.

What is a neuropsychiatrist?

A Neuro-Psychiatrist refers to a physician who is trained in the fields of Neurology and Psychiatry. This training and experience forms the foundation for understanding medical conditions that affect our brain and behavior. Impaired brain- behavior relationships result in problems that affect our attention (ADHD/ADD), memory (Memory Loss), emotion (Mood Disorders), behavior and executive functions (Brain Injury) such as planning, problem solving, time management and the use of language.


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