Boadie Dunlop was recently named deputy editor of Psychopharmacology Bulletin. Dr. Dunlop has served as the Director of the Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program since 2006. He graduated from Mayo Medical School in 1997 and completed Psychiatric Residency training at Emory University in 2001, receiving Board certification in 2002. His clinical and research expertise is in the biology and treatment of major depression, bipolar disorder, post traumatic stress disorder, and the anxiety disorders. He has served as an investigator for more than 50 studies of mood and anxiety disorders and has published over 60 research articles, 10 book chapters and one book on these topics. His secondary research interests include the ethics of clinical research and the biology of decision-making and choice behavior.
Dr. Dunlop is also the course director for the mood and anxiety disorders lecture series for the Emory Psychiatry Residency. He provides supervision in psychopharmacology for Emory residents and provides consultations for hard-to-treat mood and anxiety disorders.