Ronald Rieder, MD Email Ronald Rieder
- CLINICAL PROFESSOR | Psychiatry
- Hospital Affiliation
- The Mount Sinai Hospital
As of 1979, Dr. Rieder became a residency education director, and has focused his academic work and publications on teaching and education. He developed both clinical and research training programs, first at Columbia University and beginning in 2007, at Mount Sinai.
For these efforts, Dr. Rieder received the highest award for psychiatric education, the American Psychiatric Association and National Institute of Mental Health’s Vesterrmark Award, in 2008.
Financial & Billing Information
Dr. Rieder conducts a private practice of psychiatry in Scarsdale, NY. He does not participate in any insurance networks, nor in Medicare.
Psychiatry, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
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MD, Harvard Medical School
Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins
Bronx Municipal Hospital Center
National Institute of Mental Health
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Posner J, Stewart J, Rieder RO. Neurobiological formulations: integrating clinical and biological psychiatry. Academic Psychiatry 2007; 31: 479-484.
Mullen L, Rieder RO, Glick R, Luber B, Rosen PJ. Testing psychodynamic psychotherapy skills among psychiatric residents: The psychodynamic psychotherapy competency test. American Journal of Psychiatry 2004; 161: 1658-1664.
Gershon ES, Rieder RO. Major disorders of mind and brain. Scientific American 1992; 267: 126-133.
Rieder RO, Donnelly EF, Herdt JR, Waldman I. Sulcal prominence in young chronic schizophrenic patients: CT scan findings associated with impairment on neuropsychological tests. Psychiatry Research 1979; 1: 1-23.
Buchsbaum MS, Rieder RO. Biologic heterogeneity and psychiatric research: Platelet MAO as a case study. Archives of General Psychiatry 1979; 36: 1163-1172.
Rieder RO, Gershon E, . Genetic strategies in biological psychiatry. Archives of General Psychiatry 1978; 35: 866-873.
Rieder RO, Rosenthal D, Wender PH, Blumenthal H. The offspring of schizophrenics: Fetal and neonatal deaths. Archives of General Psychiatry 1975; 32: 200-211.
Rieder RO. Teaching about schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Bulletin 1974; 11: 9-15.
Rieder RO. The origins of our confusion about schizophrenia. Psychiatry 1974; 37: 197-208.
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