Michael H. Bloch, M.D., M.S. graduated from Yale School of Medicine and completed his child and adult psychiatry training at Yale. He is currently an Associate Professor at the Yale Child Study Center. His research focuses on evidence-based medicine and developing improved treatments for individuals with mental illness across the lifespan using clinical trials and meta-analysis. His clinical and research interests concentrate on depression, anxiety, Tourette syndrome, ADHD, trichotillomania and OCD. He has published over 125 peer-reviewed manuscripts and was co-editor of the fifth edition of the Lewis Textbook of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Dr. Bloch also is a practicing child psychiatrist who treats and evaluates children with anxiety, depression, TS, OCD, ADHD and TTM as part of the Yale Child Study Center Outpatient Clinic.
Links on the ACAMH website
JCPP Editorial: Volume 59, Issue 06, June 2018
“Can omega‐3 fatty acids improve executive functioning? Will this reduce ADHD and depression?” by Bekir B. Artukoglu and Michael H. Bloch
JCPP Editorial: Volume 58, Issue 06, June 2017
“The continuing contributions of MTA over nearly two decades to initial attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder pharmacotherapy and long-term clinical course” by Michael H. Bloch
JCPP Editorial: Reducing adolescent suicide – Volume 57, Issue 07, July 2016
“Reducing adolescent suicide” by Michael H. Bloch