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overview FACULTY AFFILIATE Harvard Medical School Division of Sleep Medicine SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS Sleep Research Society Society for Light Treatment and Biological Rhythms Society for Research on Biological Rhythms RESEARCH INTERESTS Mechanism of action of light therapy for fall/winter depression; Chronobiology and pathophysiology of mood disorders; Immune system functioning in patients with mood disorder; Psychiatric and medical disorders comorbid with fall/winter depression; Use of quizzes to improve learning in undergraduate neurobiology. TEACHING 8/13- "Sleep: Scientific Investigation" entirely online (Undergraduate) 1/03- "Depression: Diagnosis and Treatment" entirely online (Undergraduate/Graduate) Dept. of Psychology and Extended University, Univ. of New Mexico 9/02- "Circadian Biology: From Cellular Oscillators to Sleep Regulation" (Undergraduate) Harvard Univ., Dept. of Molecular & Cellular Biology Course Instructors: Prof. J.W. Hastings, Prof. C.A. Czeisler My role is preparation of web-based instructional materials for the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences Instructional Computing Group course website, including course lecture video-presentations, glossary, and self-tests [http://fas.harvard.edu/~mcb186] 8/01- "Brain and Behavior" entirely on-line using WebCT (Undergraduate) Dept. of Psychology and Extended University, University of New Mexico 2000-02 Associate Visiting Professor of Psychology; University of New Mexico "Stress and Health" (Undergraduate/Graduate) "Hypothalamus and Mood Disorders" (Graduate) "Brain and Behavior" (Undergraduate) (including WebCT-enhanced and traditional lecture format) 2001-2005 Diagnosis and Treatment of Seasonal Affective Disorder Harvard Longwood Residency Lecture 2000- Diagnosis and Treatment of Seasonal Affective Disorder Brigham & Women's Hospital Psychiatry Fellowship Lecture 1998-2004 Lecturer on Personality Disorders and PTSD Harvard Medical School, Second Year Students--Introduction to Psychiatry (700): As of November, 2001, I have been developing web- based instructional material to accompany this lecture, using the Harvard Medical School MyCourses website toolkit 11/00 DSM-IV Major Depression as a Hypothalamic Disorder: Studies on Seasonal Affective Disorder; Psychology Area Lecture Dept. of Psychology, University of New Mexico; Albuquerque NM Faculty Academic Appointments: 1984-86 University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry: 1984-85 Instructor in Psychiatry (Psychology) 1985-86 Senior Instructor in Psychiatry (Psychology) 1986 Assistant Professor in Psychiatry (Psychology) 1986- Harvard Medical School 1986-88 Research Fellow in Psychology, Department of Psychiatry 1990-95 Instructor in Psychology, Department of Psychiatry 1995- Assistant Professor of Psychology, Dept. of Psychiatry Appointments at Hospitals/Affiliated Institutions: 1983-85 Assistant Psychologist Department of Psychiatry Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester NY 1985-86 Psychologist Department of Psychiatry Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester NY 1986-88 Research Fellow in Psychology Department of Medicine New England Deaconess Hospital, Boston 1989 Affiliate Member (Psychologist) Medical Staff; Warren Magnussen Clinical Center NIH, US Public Health Service, Bethesda MD 1989-2020 Associate Psychologist Psychiatry Division, Dept of Medicine/ Psychiatry, Brigham & Women's Hospital 2000-02 Associate Visiting Professor of Psychology Department of Psychology University of New Mexico 2002-11 Research Associate Professor (visiting status) Department of Psychology University of New Mexico Outstanding Online Teacher of the Year 2009-2010 2012- Temporary, Part-Time Lecturer 2016- Faculty Affiliate, innovation Academy Department of Psychology University of New Mexico 2017-18 University Teaching Fellow
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