Robert FREEDMAN Robert Freedman, MD Dept. of Psychiatry University of Colorado Health Sciences Center Denver, Colorado Cambridge, USA Email: Robert Freedman, MD attended Harvard College as an undergraduate, and then received his medical degree from Harvard Medical School. He continued his medical training as an intern on the Harvard Medical Service at Boston City Hospital. Dr. Freedman completed his residency and completed a research fellowship at the University of Chicago Hospital and Clinics. Dr. Freedman then became an assistant professor At University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver, Colorado. He has held numerous positions while affiliated with this University, including staff psychiatrist at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Denver Colorado, director and ward chief of the biological consultation service, and vice chairman and director of research in the department of psychiatry. Dr. Freedman has also conducted research and been affiliated with numerous other prestigious institutions, such as the Eleanor Roosevelt Institute for Cancer Research and the Karolinska Institute in Sweden. As a professor and researcher, Dr. Freedman has received numerous awards including multiple teaching awards, and he has also found time to earn various community service awards. In addition to his clinical work, Dr. Freedman is has a huge number of research publications. His main research interest is in central nervous system physiology and pharmacology, and its application to clinical psychiatry. He has also been an active part of the most prestigious medical and psychiatric journals. He is currently Editor-in-Chief of the American Journal of Psychiatry. Dr. Freedman also sits on numerous national advisory committees, such as the National Institute of Mental Health Advisory Council and the NIMH Intervention and Treatment Initial Review Group.