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MUSC – Medical University of South Carolina
Charleston, SC 29425
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Dr. Andrew Manett, MDAssistant Professor of Psychiatry View Bio
Dr. Andrew Manett, MDAssistant Professor of Psychiatry
Undergraduate : Washington and Lee University Medical School : University of Toledo Residency : Medical University of South CarolinaAssociations
Dr. Manett completed a residency in psychiatry and a fellowship in addiction psychiatry from MUSC. He holds board certifications for both. He has previously worked for the South Carolina Department of Mental Health, and is now an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at MUSC. Dr. Manett is an expert in the treatment of substance use disorders and treatment-resistant mood disorders. He engages in clinical research of both electroconvulsive therapy and transcranial magnetic stimulation.
Dr. Gregory L. Sahlem, MDAssistant Professor of Psychiatry View Bio
Dr. Gregory L. Sahlem, MDAssistant Professor of Psychiatry
Undergraduate : SUNY Stony Brook Medical School : SUNY Buffalo Residency : Medical University of South CarolinaAssociations
Dr. Sahlem is a physician and researcher at the Medical University of South Carolina. He specializes in the treatment of mood, sleep, and substance use disorders. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry in the division of Brain Stimulation Services at the Medical University of South Carolina.
Dr. Mark S George, MDBrain Stimulation Laboratory Medical Director View Bio
Dr. Mark S George, MDBrain Stimulation Laboratory Medical Director
Undergraduate : Davidson College, (cum laude) Medical School : Medical University of South Carolina Residency : Medical University of South Carolina (Dual residencies in Psychiatry and Neurology)Associations
Dr. Mark George is one of the world's leading experts in the use of brain imaging and stimulation to understand depression and to devise new antidepressant treatments. In early research at the NIMH, he was one of the first scientists to expand the study of brain imaging technology for psychiatric disorders. He discovered specific brain changes that activated during normal emotions and began exploring brain changes in depression and mania. This finding led to using the noninvasive brain stimulation method, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), for treating patients with treatment-resistant depression. Dr. George also engages in other forms of brain stimulation; Vagus Nerve Stimulation (VNS), Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) and Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS). He is the the founder of the Brain Stimulation Laboratory (BSL) in the Department of Psychiatry at the Medical University of South Carolina, where he currently serves as the Medical Director. In addition, Dr. George is also the editor-in-chief of a new journal, Brain Stimulation and a distinguised Professor in the divisions of Psychiatry, Radiology and Neurosciences. Dr. Mark George is also the Layton McCurdy Endowed Chair.
Dr. Suzanne Kerns, MBBSAssistant Professor of Psychiatry View Bio
Dr. Suzanne Kerns, MBBSAssistant Professor of Psychiatry
Undergraduate : University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Medical School : University of Sydney Residency : Duke University Medical CenterAssociations
Following residency, Dr. Kerns completed a year long Fellowship in Brain Stimulation at the Medical University of South Carolina. She has worked with TMS in a variety of settings - clinical and research, academic and private practice. She has helped to develop several training courses in neuromodulation, is an active member of the Clinical TMS Society for which she serves on the board of directors and as co-chair of the Education Committee. She is also currently on faculty as an Assistant Professor in Brain Stimulation Service Department of Psychiatry at the Medical University of South Carolina. Over the years she has co-authored papers, posters and book chapters, and given numerous lectures on TMS. Her particular interests include the intersection between TMS and peripartum mental health.
Dr. Baron Short, MD, MSCRMedical Director Brain Stimulation Services View Bio
Dr. Baron Short, MD, MSCRMedical Director Brain Stimulation Services
Undergraduate : Medical School : Residency :Associations
Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Medicine and Brain Stimulation Service Medical Director at The Medical University of South Carolina
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