Euripedes Constantino Miguel MD, PhD

Associate Professor (Adjunct) in the Child Study Center; Professor of Psychiatry and Chair, Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, University of São Paulo

Biographical Info

Dr. Miguel is currently Chair and Full Professor of the Department of Psychiatry at University of Sao Paulo Medical School (USP). Through a network of professional associations established in the last decades, Eurípedes Miguel set up productive partnerships with the major university centers in the world, recently being appointed Adjunct Associate Professor of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences of the Duke University Medical Center, Adjunct Associate Professor of the Yale Child Study Center, Yale University School of Medicine and Consultant in Research at the Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School. He was the founder and coordinator of the Obsessive-Compulsive Spectrum Disorders Program of the Institute of Psychiatry at USP (1994-2009) and is now the Coordinator of the National Institute for Developmental Psychiatry (www.inpd.org.br) focused on preventive measures for Children and Adolescents.


Education & Training

Ph.D.
University of São Paulo (12011992)
Ph.D.
Harvard Medical School, Boston-MA, USA (12011994)
M.D.
University of Sao Paulo Medical School (1982)

Honors & Recognition

  • IPq Award
    The best research in the Department & Institute of Psychiatry (2007)
  • OCDi AWARD
    World Congress of Psychiatry (1996)
  • Prof. Ulysses Vianna Filho’s Award
    Brazilian Association of Psychiatry (2006)
  • Prof. Ulysses Vianna Filho’s Award
    Associação Brasileira de Psiquiatria (2005)
  • V Psychiatry Week Award
    "Revista Psiquiatria Clínica (2006)

Professional Service

  • Chairman, Department of Psychiatry, University of São Paulo Medical School, São Paulo University (12/01/2009)
  • President, Developmental Psychiatry National Institute for Children and Adolescent (01/12/2009)
  • Full professor, São Paulo University (01/01/2009)
  • Member, Institute of Psychiatry (01/01/2009)

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