David Dunn, M.D.
David W. Dunn, M.D.
|Personal Statement||My main interest is the care of children and adolescents with problems due to the combination of neurological and psychiatric illnesses.|
|Education||Undergraduate: Tulane University
Medical School: Tulane University School of Medicine
Residency: Indiana University
Fellowship: Columbia Presbyterian Hospital
ABPN in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
ABPN in Psychiatry
ABPN in Neurology with Special Competence in Child Neurology
|Current Academic Interests||Teaching: Residency training director for child and adolescent psychiatry and the combined pediatrics/ psychiatry/child and adolescent psychiatry programs and involved in teaching medical students at all levels of training.
Clinical: Co-Chief of the Riley Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Clinic; Co-Chief of the ADHD-Disruptive Behavior Disorders Clinic at Riley Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Clinic.
Research: Behavioral and cognitive aspects of neurological disorders in children and adolescents; pharmacological treatments of ADHD.
|Recent Publications||Austin JK, Perkins SM, Johnson CS, Fastenau PS, Byars AW, deGrauw, TJ, Dunn, DW. Self-esteem and depression symptoms in children with seizures: relationships with neuropsychological functioning and family variables over time. Epilepsia 2010; 51: 2074-2083.
Dunn DW, Johnson CS, Perkins SM, Fastenau PS, Byars AW, deGrauw TJ, Austin JK. Academic problems in children with seizures: relationships with neuropsychological functioning and family variables during the 3 years after onset. Epilepsy Behav 2010; 19: 455-461.Hummer TA, Kronenberger WG, Wang Y, Dunn DW, Mosier KM, Kalnin AJ, Mathews VP. Executive functioning characteristics associated with ADHD comorbidity in adolescents with disruptive behavior disorders. J Abnor Child Psychol 2011; 39: 11-19.