Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program
Boadie Dunlop, MD, MSCR, has served as the Director of the Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program (MAP) at Emory University since 2006. He graduated from Mayo Medical School in 1997 and completed his Residency in Psychiatry at Emory in 2001. His clinical research is focused on the neurobiology, psychopharmacology and treatment of major depression, bipolar disorder, and anxiety disorders. Through the MAP research program he conducts both industry-sponsored trials of investigational medications and biologically-oriented studies sponsored by federal and other non-profit organizations. These projects frequently involve collaboration with pre-clinical and clinical researchers in neurology, radiology, genetics and psychology. Dr. Dunlop’s additional areas of interest include decision-making in psychiatric disorders and the ethics of clinical research.
Dr. Dunlop is a practicing psychiatrist in the Emory Clinic and performs consultations for treatment-refractory patients with mood and anxiety disorders. He is also active in the education of Emory’s Psychiatry residents, serving as the course director for the Mood and Anxiety Disorders lecture series and providing supervision in psychopharmacology and psychodynamic psychotherapy for Emory Psychiatry residents.