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Training and Education

  • Psychoanalytic Candidate: Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research

  • Forensics Research and Clinical Fellowships: New York State Psychiatric Institute and Columbia University Medical Center

  • Residency: NY Presbyterian Hospital / Weill Cornell Medical Center

  • Medical Degree: Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons

  • Masters of Public Health: Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health

  • Bachelors of Science: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Major:  Mathematics)

Honors and Awards

  • 2012: Rappeport Fellowship, American Association of Psychiatry and the Law

  • 2012-2013: Chief Resident, New York Presbyterian Hospital


  • Section editor, DSM-5 Clinical Cases: Case approach to understanding the diagnostic criteria. Edited by Barnhill JW, Kupfer DJ, Regier DA, American Psychiatric Publishing, in press

  • Raad R and Appelbaum PS. Mental Institutions, commitment to. Forthcoming in Encyclopedia of Bioethics, 4th Edition

  • Raad R and Appelbaum PS. Consensual versus coercive treatment for mental illness: new manifestations of an old dilemma. in press.

  • Raad R and Appelbaum PS. Relationships between medicine and industry: approaches to the problem of conflicts of interest. Annual Review of Medicine. 2012;63:465-77

  • Raad R and Makari G. Samuel Tuke's Description of the Retreat. American Journal of Psychiatry 2010;167;8:898

  • Raad R and Appelbaum PS. The capacity to vote of persons with serious mental illness. Psychiatric Services 2009;60:624-8

  • Whitman G and Raad R. Bending the Productivity Curve: why America leads the world in medical innovation. Cato Institute Policy Analysis #654. November 18, 2009.

  • Raad R. Evaluating Sources of Clinical Knowledge. Virtual Mentor 2008;10;3:154-7 

2010 - present

2010 - present


  • DSM-5: Cases that clarify the new nomenclature, Symposium #85: American Psychiatric Association 166th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, May 2013

  • Bending the Productivity Curve: How would healthcare reform affect medical innovation? Cato Institute Policy Forum, November 20, 2009 


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