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Alexander Radnovich, M.D., Ph.D.

Alexander Radnovich, M.D., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry

 

Personal Statement  The human brain is fascinating, physically finite but infinite in dimension. It is dynamic, physically and chemically ever-changing through experiences or a lack thereof. It houses one's mind and links the internal world to the external one, using chemistry and energy to interpret reality. Many suffering from severe mental illness have been robbed of reality. I strive to help them not only through treatment but also through education and research so that others may do so as well.
Education  Undergraduate: Wabash College

Medical School: Indiana University School of Medicine

Graduate School: Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

Residency: Indiana University School of Medicine - Eli Lilly & Company Psychopharmacology

Fellowship: Indiana University School of Medicine

Board Certifications/Certifications:
Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiners
Current Academic Interests  Teaching: Involved in the education of psychiatry residents, general medical students, and undergraduate students interested in the medical field, serving as course director and primary instructor for Resident as Teacher (PGY 1-4) and Neuroscience (PGY 2) courses, a preceptor for the MSIII-level psychiatry clerkship and presenter of “DSM-IV-TR Review” for the LaRue D. Carter Memorial Hospital educational series, and as a mentor for the Life-Health Sciences Internship program, which links undergraduate students at IUPUI with research and professional internships in the life and health sciences and the Psychiatry Summer Internship Program

Research: Interested in the psychopharmacology of schizophrenia, particularly in glutamatergic pathology and pharmacotherapy in schizophrenia. Research is conducted through the Indiana University Psychotic Disorders Program, a member of the Treatment and Evaluation Network for Experimental Targets in Schizophrenia (TENETS), which is a consortium of academic sites conducting clinical trials of innovative drugs for improving outcomes in schizophrenia.

Clinical: Attending Psychiatrist, Units 3E (17 beds) & 2A (Research Unit, 6 of the 21 beds), LaRue D. Carter Memorial Hospital, focusing on the evaluation and treatment patients with chronic severe mental illness.
Recent Publications  Radnovich, A.J., 2009. Functional magnetic resonance imaging of human olfactory working memory. Dissertation Abstract International. 70:B. (UMI No. AAT 3342209).

Plailly, J., Radnovich, A.J., Sabri, M., Royet, J.P., Kareken, D.A., 2007. Involvement of the left anterior insula and frontal polar gyrus in odor discrimination. Human Brain Mapping 28: 363-372.

Sabri, M., Radnovich, A.J., Li, T-Q., Kareken, D.A., 2005. Neural correlates of olfactory change detection. NeuroImage 25: 969-974.
Alexander Radnovich, M.D., Ph.D.

LaRue D. Carter Memorial Hospital
2601 Cold Spring Rd.
Indianapolis, IN 46222
(317) 941-4394
IU Psychotic Disorders