Dr. Erwin RamosDr. Erwin Ramos completed his undergraduate studies from the Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA in 1992, with a BS in Psychology and pursued his Medical Degree from the University of the East Medical Center in the Philippines. After completing his medical training in 1999, was offered an opportunity to participate in research at Wayne State University and Detroit Medical Center with the Department of Infectious Disease and Pediatrics. It was during this time Dr. Ramos was able to partake in research and publication. He then entered his Psychiatric Residency in 2006 with Creedmoor Psychiatric Center and training with NY Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University in New York. Upon graduation, Dr. Ramos accepted a Fellowship opportunity with the University of Florida in Community and Public Psychiatry. After completion of his Fellowship in 2011, Dr. Ramos was appointed as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Community and Public Psychiatry at the University of Florida Center for Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine in Vero Beach. It was during his time with the University of Florida that Dr. Ramos had provided Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Treatments as an option for patients suffering from Major Depressive Disorder.