About Tony Pham, MD

Tony V. Pham, MD, MScGH, is a psychiatrist at the Depression Clinical & Research Program. Tony completed his undergraduate training at the University of Virginia, where he majored in psychology and cognitive science. He volunteered extensively with Hurricane Katrina survivors and went on to pursue an MD at Tulane University. During medical school, Tony continued to volunteer in the New Orleans area before transitioning to facilitate a survivor program following the 2011 Japan earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear disaster. After medical school, Tony completed a psychiatry residency and a Master's in Global Health at Duke University. As a psychiatry resident, Tony completed a project that examined the role of spirituality among chronic kidney disease patients of rural Robeson County, North Carolina. As a Global Health Pathway and Fogarty International Fellow, he investigated the intersection between Nepali traditional healers and conventional psychotherapy. More recently, Tony completed a Harvard post-doctoral fellowship that examined the role of "culture as treatment" among American Indian communities. In terms of writing, Tony has published eight first-author manuscripts over the past two years, with three first-author manuscripts under review.

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Mass General Psychiatry
55 Fruit St.
Boston, MA 02114
Phone: 617-726-0469

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  • MD, Tulane University School of Medicine
  • Residency, Duke University Medical Center

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