Southern Illinois University School of Medicine: Medical Doctorate (MD)
Harvard University: Masters in Public Health and Policy
Georgetown University Medical School: Fellowship in Forensic Psychiatry
Walter Reed Army Hospital: Residency in Psychiatry (Resident & Fellow of Year 2007)
National Operational Medicine Institute: Residency in Aerospace and Preventive Medicine
Board-Certified Psychiatrist. American Medical Association, American Psychiatric Association.
Initial presentation on TMS for Depression provided at NIH and Walter Reed Army Hospital Grand Rounds in October 2006 introducing RTMS to the Department of Defense and NIH psychiatrist. This presentation led to Department of Defense adopting TMS for treatment resistant depression.
Dr. Weber was a Naval Aviator prior to earning his MD in 1997. He completed his internship at Bethesda Naval Hospital. He earned a Masters Degree from Harvard University and completed residency with Board Certification in Aerospace and Preventive Medicine with Occupational Medicine Fellowship. After serving and deploying in support of Marines as a Flight Surgeon and Pilot/Physician he completed an additional Residency in Psychiatry. He deployed twice to combat as a Psychiatrist. He was the director of a large hospital in Japan where he supervised 240 staff in 8 departments including ER, Pediatrics, ICU and mental health before pursing a Fellowship in Forensic (legal) Psychiatry from Georgetown Medical School in Washington, DC. He assisted in the development of the Traumatic Brain Injury Center (NICOE 1) at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Dr. Weber has extensive experience in Brain Injury assessment. He has evaluated and treated patients in general medicine, traumatic brain injury, and psychiatry. He was most recently the director of Pain Medical Psychiatry for the US Navy with medically complex integrated patients with co-occurring pain and mental health issues.