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  • Choosing the Best Treatment for Your Patient - A Case for Adaptable Treatment

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    Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences Grand Rounds


    Ijeoma N. Nnamani, MD, PhD, RPh, Resident, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Duke University Medical Center


    Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

    Central Regional Hospital




    Burks, Mae





    Dr. Ijeoma Nnamani is a graduating 4th year psychiatry resident at Duke University Medical Center and following graduation in summer 2012 will join the Northern Virginia Psychiatric Group (NOVAPSY) in Fairfax Virginia. She was a practicing pharmacist, review chemist (CDER-FDA), having received her PhD in medicinal chemistry with research on sickle cell anemia (MCV-VCU), before completing her undergraduate medical education at University of Virginia.Her practice interest is in comprehensive and pragmatic psychotherapy using multi-modality approach to include psychopharmacology, psychodynamic, CBT, DBT, logotherapy, family therapy, and spirituality, each aimed to meet every patient where they are and assist each to where they need to go.She is a recipient of numerous awards and recognitions to include induction into the Gold Humanism Honor Society for excellence in clinical care and is a co- founder of the philanthropic organization, Moving Africa Forward, Inc. (formerly Helping Hands for Africa Inc.)

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