About Albert Yeung, MD

Dr. Albert Yeung obtained his medical degree from National Taiwan University. He also obtained a Doctor of Science degree with a major in epidemiology from Harvard School of Public Health.
He completed residency training in psychiatry at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH).

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Mass General Psychiatry: Depression Clinical & Research Program
One Bowdoin Square
6th Floor
Boston, MA 02114
Phone: 617-726-8895

Medical Education

  • MD, National Taiwan University Medical College
  • Residency, Massachusetts General Hospital

American Board Certifications

  • Psychiatry, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

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Dr. Yeung's major research interests include integrating primary care and mental health services to improve treatment of depression, mental health issues of under-served populations, and the use of complementary and alternative methods in treating mood and anxiety disorders.

He received a research training award from the Program for Minority Research Training in Psychiatry of the American Psychiatric Association Office of Research. In 2003, he was awarded a "Partners in Excellence Award" from Mass General Brigham for his contributions to a project on improving treatment for depressed patients in primary care. 

He is the recipient of a Career Development Award (2003-2008), and a RO1 Research Award, both from the National Institute of Mental Health.

He has authored or co-authored more than 50 original articles and book chapters, and a book on self-management of depression.


  • Yeung A, Chang D, Gresham RL, Nierenberg AA, Fava M. Illness beliefs of depressed Chinese Yeung A, Kam R. Culturally Sensitive Approach to Discussing Psychiatric Diagnoses with Less Acculturated Chinese Immigrants. Transculture Psychiatry 45 (4): 531-552, 2008.

    Yeung A, Shyu I, Fisher L, Wu S, Yang H, Fava M L, Yang H, Fava M. Culturally Sensitive Collaborative Treatment (CSCT) for Depressed Chinese Americans in Primary Care. American Journal of Public Health American Journal of Public Health 2010;100 (12) 2397-2402.

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