Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Faculty Profiles
Evan H Goulding, MD, PhD

Evan H Goulding, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Focus of Work

Bio

Dr. Goulding’s clinical research uses smartphones to increase access to strategies that enhance bipolar disorder self-management and provider intervention. At the same time, smartphones allow collection of self-report and behavioral data to create a database for use in improving understanding and treatment of bipolar disorder. His basic research utilizes automated mouse home cage monitoring to elucidate how atypical antipsychotics, that are increasingly used to treat bipolar disorder, alter dai...[Read full text]Dr. Goulding’s clinical research uses smartphones to increase access to strategies that enhance bipolar disorder self-management and provider intervention. At the same time, smartphones allow collection of self-report and behavioral data to create a database for use in improving understanding and treatment of bipolar disorder. His basic research utilizes automated mouse home cage monitoring to elucidate how atypical antipsychotics, that are increasingly used to treat bipolar disorder, alter daily behavioral patterns (e.g. activity, sleep, location). By quantitatively assessing similar behavioral patterns in both humans and mice, Dr. Goulding’s work aims to more effectively translate findings between animal and human research in bipolar disorder.[Shorten text]

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Education and Certification

  • PhD: Columbia University (1986)
  • MD: University Of California-San Francisco (1994)
  • Residency: University of California Medical Center, San Francisco/Parnassus, Psychiatry (2000)
  • Board Certification: Addiction Psychiatry, Psychiatry