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Dr. Ramiro Gullien

 

Ramiro Guillen, M.D. 

  • Pediatric & Adult Psychiatry
  • Former Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, State University of New York; Upstate Medical Center (SUNY)
  • Lecturer on Psychiatry
  • Director of Psychopharmacology Research

Brief Biography:
Ramiro Guillen, M.D. completed his psychiatric residency at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.  During those four years, he had the advantage of working at the Texas Medical Center in Houston, one of the largest and most diverse medical centers in the world.  Rotating through seven of the affiliated hospitals has enabled him to obtain broad-based training and develop competency in a wide spectrum of treatment modalities in county, federal, and private non-profit settings, with a multi-ethnic population from different socio-economic backgrounds and educational levels.

Dr. Guillen went on to complete a subspecialty fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at University of Miami-Jackson Memorial Medical Center, a program that emphasizes the treatment of patients and families through a continuum of care, based on a developmental perspective combining psychodynamic, psychosocial, biologic, behavioral and cognitive approaches.

Dr. Guillen held an academic position as Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at State University of New York Upstate Medical University from 1999 to 2003.  He served as Director of the Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program for United Health Services Hospitals. He has received several distinguished awards from the American Psychiatric Association.

Dr. Guillen has lectured extensively both nationally and internationally.  His areas of interest are the long-term course of psychiatric illness, including psychotic disorders, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and the impact of neuropsychopharmacologic compounds on their clinical course.  Dr. Guillen has conducted and published research on atypical anti-psychotic use in adolescents with the spectrum of psychotic disorders.

 

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