Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae

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Date Prepared: November 9, 2014
Name: Tristan Gorrindo, MD
Office Address: Massachusetts General Hospital1 Bowdoin Square, Ste 700Boston, MA 02114
Work Phone: (617) 724-5600
Work FAX: (617) 726-5567

 Education

1999 B.S.(Magna cum laude) Biochemistry Georgetown University
2005 M.D.(Alpha Omega Alpha) Medicine Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

 Postdoctoral Training

07/03-06/04 Clinical Research Fellow Mood and Anxiety Program(PI: Ellen Liebenluft, MD) National Institutes of Health, NIMH
07/05-06/06 Intern Pediatrics Massachusetts General Hospital for Children
07/06-06/08 Resident Psychiatry Massachusetts General Hospital /McLean Hospital
07/08-06/10 Fellow Child Psychiatry Massachusetts General Hospital

 

Additional Course Work

11/10 Comprehensive Instructor Course Harvard/MIT Center for medical Simulation
04/14 Leadership Development for Physicians and Scientists Harvard Medical School

 

Faculty Academic Appointments

07/05-06/10 Clinical Fellow Psychiatry Harvard Medical School
07/05-06/06 Clinical Fellow Pediatrics Harvard Medical School
07/10-12/12 Instructor Psychiatry Harvard Medical School
12/12-Present Assistant Professor Psychiatry Harvard Medical School
01/14-Present International Faculty and Course Director Harvard Macy Institute Harvard Medical School

 

 

Appointments at Hospitals/Affiliated Institutions

07/10-11/12 Assistant in Psychiatry Massachusetts General Hospital
12/12-Present Assistant Psychiatrist Massachusetts General Hospital

 

Other Professional Positions

2001-2005 Webmaster Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
2009 Media Consultant Peripheral Productions Inc.,San Francisco, CA
2010 Contributing Author APA Healthy Minds Website
2010-Present Co-author Psychology Today: The Digital Family Blog
2011 Consultant World Health Organization (WHO), Study on global AGEing and adult health

 

Major Administrative Leadership Positions

Local

2010-Present Associate Director, MGH Psychiatry Clerkship Massachusetts General Hospital
2010-2013 Associate Director, Center for Mental Health and the Media Massachusetts General Hospital
2010 Assistant Director, Division of Post-Graduate Medical Education Massachusetts General Hospital
2011 Associate Director, Division of Post-Graduate Medical Education Massachusetts General Hospital
2012 Co-Director, Division of Post-Graduate Medical Education Massachusetts General Hospital
2012-Present Director, Division of Post-GraduateMedical Education Massachusetts General Hospital
2013-Present Managing Director, Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds Massachusetts General Hospital

 

 

Committee Service

Local

2008-2009 GME Systems Advisory Group Partners Healthcare
2010-Present Dept of Psychiatry, Web Advisory Committee Massachusetts General Hospital
2010-Present Vascular Institute, Education Committee Massachusetts General Hospital
2012-Present Executive Committee on Education and Training Massachusetts General Hospital
2013-Present eCare (Epic) Implementation Education Council Partners HealthCare
2013 Technology Innovation in Outpatient Psychiatric Care Committee (Chair) Massachusetts General Hospital
2014-Present Substance Abuse Care Redesign, Education Committee (Co-Chair) Massachusetts General Hospital

Regional

2013 Innovation Platform Meeting Program Massachusetts Technology Transfer Center

 

Professional Societies

2003-Present American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
2008-2010 Member, e-AACAP Advisory Board
2011-2015 Organization Representative, Ethics Committee
2011-2012 Co-Chair, CME Committee
2013-Present Chair, CME CommitteeReceived reaccreditation with commendation from ACCME
2013-Present Member, Program Committee
2014-Present Member, Task Force on Educational Infrastructure
2010-2012 Society for Simulation in Healthcare
2011-Present Association for Academic Psychiatry
2014-Present HMS Academy

Editorial Activities

Ad Hoc ReviewerClinical Psychology Science and PracticeJournal of Bipolar DisordersHarvard Review of PsychiatryHealth Services InsightsPsychosomaticsJournal of the American Medical Association

Journal of Healthcare Engineering

 

Other Editorial Roles

2007- Present Assistant Editor Harvard Review of Psychiatry
2010 Special Issue Editor Harvard Review of Psychiatry
2013 Executive Editor MGH Psychiatry Academy Press
2014 Special Issue Editor (forthcoming) Academic Psychiatry

 

Honors and Prizes

2005 Beauchamp Prize in Psychiatry Vanderbilt University
2006-2007 American Psychiatric Institute for Research and Education (APIRE)/Janssen Research Scholar American Psychiatric Association
2009 Harry C. and Maida Solomon Award Harvard Medical School, Department of Psychiatry
2010 Laughlin Fellow The American College of Psychiatrists
2012 Jonathan F. Borus Outstanding Early Career Education Award (Nominee) Harvard Medical School
2012 CFAK Annual Meeting Junior Scholar American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
2014 Jonathan F. Borus Outstanding Early Career Education Award (Nominee) Harvard Medical School

 

 

Report of Funded and Unfunded Projects

Funded Projects

Past

1997-1999 National Institutes of Health. Biomedical Engineering and Instrumentation Program
Intramural Program (PI: John Peterson, PhD)
Laboratory Assistant
1999-2008 Georgetown University, Center for Population and Health. (PI: Maxine Weinstein, PhD)
Project 1:  Social Environment and Biomarkers of Aging Study (SEBAS) in TaiwanProject 2:  Biodemographic Models of Reproductive Aging (BIMORA)
Research Fellow in Aging
2008-2013 Biodemography of Health, Social Factors & Life Challenge (PI: Maxine Weinstein, PhD)
N.I.H., 5R01AG016661-08 (RO1 renewed in 2011)
Consultant
2011 Study of Global Aging and Adult Health (SAGE) (PI: Somnath Chatterji, MD)World Health Organization (WHO)Consultant
2012 Online Graphic Novel/Sequential Art Authoring Tools for Therapeutic Storytelling(PI: Russell Shilling)Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)Consultant

 

Current

2011-Present Relationships in the digital age: An internet survey of the impact of technology on families and couples
Principal Investigator                                                 IRB Protocol #:2011-P-002306/1
National survey of parents regarding social and educational technology use in children.
2011-2016 Spaulding Harvard Spinal Cord Injury Model System (PI: Birnbaum)United States Department of EducationCo-investigator
The major goal of this study is to determine the clinical and functional effects of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) for the treatment of pain associated with chronic spinal cord injury (SCI). Dr. Gorrindo’s role is to lead the knowledge transfer efforts to educate SCI patients and their caregivers.
2012-2017 Boston-Harvard Burn Injury Model Systems  (PI: Birnbaum)United States Department of EducationCo-investigator
The major goal of this study is to develop a model system center which will provide comprehensive rehabilitation services to individuals with severe burn injuries. Dr. Gorrindo’s role is to use his expertise in e-Learning based technologies and methodologies within the continuing medical education environment, to assist in the design, implementation, and analysis of results within the proposed project.
2012-2017 A Novel Functioning Neuroimaging Approach for Detection of Visual Cognition in Patients with Severe TBI and Disorders of Consciousness  (PI: Birnbaum)United States Department of EducationCo-investigator
The major goal of this study is to develop a model system center which will provide comprehensive rehabilitation services to individuals with traumatic brain injuries. Dr. Gorrindo’s role is to use his expertise in e-Learning based technologies and methodologies within the continuing medical education environment, to assist in the design, implementation, and analysis of results within the proposed project.
2013-2014 Mood Patient-Powered Research Network (PI: Nierenberg)Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)Co-investigator
Comparative effectiveness project focused on patient driven research to examine longitudinal course and treatment efficacy in patients with mood disorders.
2013-2015 Soldiers and Citizens ProjectPrincipal Investigator
Public education initiative which uses acting, community panels, and innovative mobile apps to raise community awareness of PTSD and TBI in combat veterans.
2014-2015 Parents’ beliefs about their children’s reactions to the Marathon bombings and their aftermath  (PI: Rauch)
Co-Investigator                                                          IRB Protocol #:2013-P-002651
Phone-based survey of 400 parents in the Boston area examining the impact of the 2013 marathon bombing and community lockdown on the mental well-being of children.

 

 

Unfunded Projects

Past

2009 Pilot study of Computer Assessment Simulation Tool.Principal Investigator (unfunded)
Completed an initial pilot of the CSAT software among adult and child psychiatry trainees.  Results are described in Gorrindo, Acad Psychiatry, 2011 Fall;35(4):232-237.
2010 Development of manualized curriculum for group treatment of problematic internet behavior.Principal Investigator (unfunded)
iConnect Group is a 7 sessions combined treatment for teens and parents of teens with problematic internet behaviors.
2011- 2013 Psychophysiological Indicators of Performance in Computer-Based SimulationPrincipal Investigator  (unfunded)                             IRB Protocol #: 2011P-000906Measuring affective engagement (heart rate variability and galvanic skin conduction) and knowledge retention in subjects using the Computer Simulation Assessment Tool.ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier:   NCT01509794

 

Report of Local Teaching and Training

Teaching of Students in Courses

2010- Faculty Preceptor, Weekly Psychiatry Case Conference MGH
Student enrolled in Psychiatry Clerkship 1 hour per week
2010- Faculty Preceptor, PCE Weekly Case Conference MGH
All students enrolled in MGH PCE 2 hours per week

 Clinical Supervisory and Training Responsibilities

2010- Core Clerkship in PsychiatryFaculty Preceptor / MGH Two hours per week
2010- PCE Weekly Case ConferenceFaculty Preceptor / MGH Two hours per week

 Formally Supervised Trainees

2012 Amy Yule, MD / Instructor in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Created manualized treatment for problematic internet behaviors
2012 Elizabeth Goldfarb / Neuroscience Graduate Student, New York University
Co-authored 5 papers, 10 posters and 1 talk
2013 Scott Yapo, MD / Clinical Fellow in Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Published 1 book chapter
2014 Lydia Chevalier / Clinical Psychology Graduate Student, Boston University
Co-authored 3 papers, 10 posters, and 2 abstracts

Formal Teaching of Peers (e.g., CME and other continuing education courses):

2009 TeleStroke Evaluation Simulation
www.mghcme.org [On-line]
2009 Consent for Antipsychotic Medication Simulation
www.mghcme.org [On-line]
2010 Caring for Diverse Patients with Depression Simulation
www.mghcme.org [On-line]
2010 Consent for SSRI Medication Simulation
www.mghcme.org [On-line]
2010 Mood Assessment and Intervention Simulation
www.mghcme.org [On-line]
2010 Optimal Care of Depression Simulation
www.mghcme.org [On-line]
2010 Psychosocial Rehabilitation in Psychosis Simulation
www.mghcme.org [On-line]
2010 Achieving Depression Remission Simulation
www mghcme.org [On-line]
2011 Managing Sleep in Complicated Depression Simulation
www.mghcme.org [On-line]
2011 Managing Anxiety in Complicated Depression Simulation
www.mghcme.org [On-line]
2011 Psychopharmacology 2011 MOC Self-Assessment Module MOC Module
Psychopharmacology, MGH Psychiatry Academy [ABPN]
2012 ADHD – MOC Self-Assessment Module MOC Module
www.abpn.com [ABPN]
2012 Anxiety – MOC Self-Assessment Module MOC Module
www.abpn.com [ABPN]
2012 Mood Disorders I – MOC Self-Assessment Module MOC Module
www.abpn.com [ABPN]
2012 Mood Disorders II – MOC Self-Assessment Module MOC Module
www.abpn.com [ABPN]
2012 Psychosis – MOC Self-Assessment Module MOC Module
www.abpn.com [ABPN]
2012 Substance Use Disorders – MOC Self-Assessment Module MOC Module
www.abpn.com [ABPN]
2012 Child and Adolescent – MOC Self-Assessment Module MOC Module
www.abpn.com [ABPN]
2012 Psychiatry Recertification Exam Update & Preparation Course Online Course
www.mghcme.org [On-line]
2012 General Psychiatry – MOC Self-Assessment Module MOC Module
www.abpn.com [ABPN]
2012 General Psychiatry #2 – MOC Self-Assessment Module MOC Module
www.abpn.com [ABPN]
2012 General Psychiatry #3– MOC Self-Assessment Module MOC Module
www.abpn.com [ABPN]
2012 General Psychiatry #4– MOC Self-Assessment Module MOC Module
www.abpn.com [ABPN]
2012 General Psychiatry #5– MOC Self-Assessment Module MOC Module
www.abpn.com [ABPN]
2012 General Psychiatry #6– MOC Self-Assessment Module MOC Module
www.abpn.com [ABPN]
2013 Assessment and Treatment Strategies for Residual Symptoms of Depression Simulation
www.mghcme.org [On-line]
2013 Evaluating and Treating the Patient with Comorbid Anxiety and Depression Simulation
www.mghcme.org [On-line]
2013 The Depressed Patient with “Tiredness”: Assessing Converging Causes of Fatigue Simulation
www.mghcme.org [On-line]

 Local Invited Presentations

2008 The Future is Now:  Technology and Psychiatry in the 21st century
MGH Department of Psychiatry, Psychosomatics Conference. Boston, MA
2009 Computer Simulation in Psychiatry:  Enhancements to the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness
Harvard Medical School, Combined Child Psychiatry Seminar Series. Belmont, MA
2010 Peering Across the Digital Divide: A fresh look at how students are using technology in education.  Harvard Medical School, Annual HMS Psychiatry Symposium on Medical Student Education.  Cambridge, MA.
2011 Legal, Professional and Ethical Pitfalls of Social Media.  Panelist.  Harvard Medical School, Clerkship Directors Meeting. Boston, MA.
2011 Social Networking: Living in the Web.  Harvard Combined Psychiatry Resident Day.  Belmont, MA.
2012 Enhanced teaching through better visuals and slides.  MGH Center for Faculty Development.  Boston, MA
2013 Medical Teaching 101: The fundamentals of adult learning.  Workshop.  MassGeneral Hospital for Children Pediatrics Residency.  Boston, MA.
2013 The Evolution of Continuing Medical Education: Implications for Navigating New Requirements for Performance Evaluation and Maintenance of Certification and Licensure.  MGH Psychiatry, Grand Rounds. Boston, MA.

 

Report of Regional, National and International Invited Teaching and Presentations

Invited Presentations and Courses

Regional

No presentations below were sponsored by outside entities

2010 Web-based Simulation in Medical Education: Data from the MGH CSAT Project / Invited Lecture
Boston Area Electronic Media & Behavior Change Interest Group, Newton, MA
2011 Technology and Therapy: What Therapists Need to Know in the Digital Age / Invited6-hour Workshop
Family Therapy Training Program of Boston, Cambridge, MA
2012 Facebook, Apps, and Psychiatry: What all clinicians need to know about practicing medicine in the digital age.
Massachusetts Psychiatric Society, Wellesley, MA
2012 Technology and Treatment: What therapists need to know in the digital age
South Shore Mental Health, Quincy, MA
2012 Assessment and Treatment of Children and Adolescents with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
Child & Adolescent Psychopharmacology 2012, Boston, MA
2013 Technology and Treatment: What mental health providers need to know in the digital age
Westwood Lodge Hospital, Westwood, MA
2013 A framework for understanding problematic internet behaviors in children and adolescents
The 35th Annual Primary Care Pediatrics, Boston, MA.
2014 Unshackle Me: The Power of Google Glass to Liberate.
Pri-Med East, Boston, MA.
2014 Maintenance of Certification: Where Do I Go From Here?
MGH Psychiatry 38th Annual Psychopharmacology Conference.  Boston, MA.
2014 Improving care for patients with depression:  MOC-4 Clinical PIP module
MGH Psychiatry 38th Annual Psychopharmacology Conference.  Boston, MA.

 National

No presentations below were sponsored by outside entities

2009 Your Patients Are Googling You: Internet technology and the patient-physician relationship  / Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Combined Grand Rounds
Maine Medical Center. Portland, ME
2010 The Digital Generation:  How technology is shaping our kids / Keynote Address
Owen Wells Pediatric Conference, Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital, Portland, ME
2010 Treatment of Problematic Internet Behaviors:  Ideas for clinicians/ Workshop
Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital, Portland, ME
2011 eProfessionalism: Understanding medical professionalism in the age of Facebook and Twitter / Psychiatry Grand Rounds.
Maine Medical Center, Portland, ME
2011 Correlates of Depressive Conditions: A Cross-Country Comparison Based on the Study of Global Aging and Adult Health (SAGE) /  Talk (abstract)
Population Association of America Annual Meeting, Washington, DC
2011 Web-based Simulation as a Component of Continuing Medical Education.
MedBiquitous Annual Conference,  Baltimore
2011 Young adults, problematic online behaviors, and 21st century communications technology.
Institute on Psychiatric Services,  San Francisco, CA.
2012 Texts, Tweets, and Transgressions: Managing Boundaries in the Internet Age.
MGH Psychiatry Academy Virtual Grand Rounds (online)
2012 What would Erik Erickson say about the iPad?  How data from The Digital Family Project can help us understand the ways in which families are using technology.
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 59th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
2012 W.A.I.T.: How can parent involvement and DBT skills be used to treat problematic internet behaviors?
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 59th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
2012 Clinical Cases: Using Technology to Teach about Technology.
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 59th Annual Meeting, San Francisco. (co-presenter)
2012 Rethinking Teaching: Solving educational and ethical dilemmas using technology .
Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine, 59th Annual Meeting.  Atlanta, GA.  (Chair).
2013 LMS Development: Integrating Education and Quality Improvement.
Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Profession’s 38th  Annual Conference, San Francisco,  CA.
2013 iPhones in the baby bag, toddlers tweets and adolescents chat roulette: A developmental perspective for understanding parental challenges in using technology
American Family Therapy Academy 2013 Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
2013 Design and Implementation of a Simulation-Based OPPE
Northeastern Group on Education Affairs (NEGEA), American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC), New York City, NY.
2013 Ethical aspects of child and adolescent psychiatry practice:  Have we changed how and what we think?
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 60th Annual Meeting, Orlando. (co-presenter)
2013 Ethical and Practical Consideration of Working with the Media.
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 60th Annual Meeting, Orlando. (co-presenter)
2014 A Tale of Two QI Projects: From Traditional PI CME to Innovative OPPE.
Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions 39th Annual Meeting, Orlando.
2014 Autonomic Arousal and Emotional Learning in Web-Based Psychiatric Simulation
Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions 39th Annual Meeting, Orlando.
2014 Teaching Ethics: Approaches for Everyone
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 61st Annual Meeting, San Diego. (co-presenter)
2014 Helping You Know What You Don’t Know: A Self-Assessment Review of Psychopharmacology.
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 61st Annual Meeting, San Diego.
2014 Joining new technologies to humanity’s oldest technology, Storytelling.  Data and engagement in the Soldiers and Citizens tour.
BMSF Mental Health and Well-being Grantee Summit.  Washington, DC.

International

No presentations below were sponsored by outside entities

2011 Cross-country comparisons of self-reported vs. DSM-IV diagnosed depressive disorders: results from the Study of Global Ageing and Adult Health (SAGE) /  Talk (abstract)
15th World Congress of Psychiatry, Buenos Aires, Argentina
2012 Examining autonomic arousal in a web-based CME simulation activity /  Talk (abstract)
CME Congress 2012, Toronto, Canada
2014 Harvard Macy “Digital Educator”. Course Director (5 days), Singapore City, Singapore

  

Report of Clinical Activities and Innovations

Current Licensure and Certification

2007-2013 Licensed Physician Massachusetts Board of Registration of Physicians
2010-2020 Board Certified American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, General Adult Psychiatry
2011-2021 Board Certified American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

 

Practice Activities

2010- Present Outpatient Clinic Massachusetts General Hospital,Child and Adolescent Outpatient Clinic 9 hrs per week
2008-2010 Moonlighting Department of Mental Health,Fuller Mental Health Center 40 hrs per month

 

Clinical Innovations

1. Surface coatings for hot-melt adhesive film. Peterson J, Gorrindo T.  U.S. Patent 6,699,721.Filed October 23, 2001; issued March 2, 2004.Component of early versions of laser capture microdissection used throughout Pathology.

 

Report of Technological and Other Scientific Innovations

1. Computer Simulation Assessment Tool (CSAT) Online, interactive web-based simulation program used to assess a learners performance in simulated clinical encounters. CSAT is structured to serve as an education intervention and a performance assessment tool.  Has been developed and deployed through international CME programs available through the MGH Academy.Described in Gorrindo, Acad Psychiatry, 2011.

 

Media Appearances, Quotes, or Contributions for the following press outlets:

Print Outlets:American Medical NewsBoston GlobeKathimerini (Greece)Mindful MagazinePsychology TodayPsychCentral.com

Psychiatric News

Parenting Magazine

Tu Boston

Washington Times

Radio Outlets:NPR (WBUR)Reach MD (XM 160)Doctors Radio (XM 81) TV Outlets:PBS (website)

 

Books, monographs, articles and presentations in other media of the general public

2010-2014 Regular Blog Contributor to Psychology Today’s Digital Family Blog, the APA Healthy Minds Blog, and the Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds with over 30,000 reads.  Sample topics have included:Posting something to your social network profile page? It can W.A.I.T.TXT me when U get there: Helicopter parenting as kids go off to collegePre-schoolers and Play in the Digital AgeSupporting Gay Youth as a Way to Prevent SuicideeParenting: Setting limits even if your kids know more than you doTips for eparenting: Setting limits on your kids’ screen time

iPhone in the Baby Bag

Hypertexting and risky behaviors: A cautionary tale?

12 Ways to Unplug for the holidays

Being a “Digital Klutz” Is Good for Your Family

Fasting, Gorging or a Balanced Digital Diet?

Hit Send, No Wait: The dangers of a hyper-personal online life

Wondering if you are “Facebook Depressed”? It’s not that simple.

Improving your relationship: LUV LTRS and other digital means

Who knows your digital secrets?

Is the technology revolution passing you by?

When Digital Natives Become Parents

Three Things Technology Has Taken Away From You

Why iPhones Don’t Go to Summer Camp

5 Fights to Avoid Over The Holidays

 

Report of Scholarship

Peer reviewed publications in print or other media

Original Research

1. Riley AP, Weinstein M, Ridley JC, Mormino J, Gorrindo T. Menarcheal age and subsequent patterns of family formation. Soc Biol. 2001;48(1-2):21-43.   [pubmed 12194446]
2. Lin I, Goldman N, Weinstein M, Lin YH, Gorrindo T, Seeman T. Gender differences in adult children’s support of their parents in Taiwan. J Marriage Fam. 2003;65(1):184-200.
3. Weinstein M, Gorrindo T, Riley A, Mormino J, Niedfeldt J, Singer B, Rodríguez G, Simon J, Pincus S. Timing of menopause and patterns of menstrual bleeding. Am J Epidemiol. 2003;158(8):782-791.   [pubmed 14561668]
4. Towbin KE, Pradella A, Gorrindo T, Pine DS, Leibenluft E. Autism spectrum traits in children with mood and anxiety disorders. J Child Adolesc Psychopharmacol. 2005;15(3):452-464.   [pubmed 16092910]
5. Ferrell RJ, O’connor KA, Rodríguez G, Gorrindo T, Holman DJ, Brindle E, Miller RC, Schechter DE, Korshalla L, Simon JA, Mansfield PK, Wood JW, Weinstein M. Monitoring reproductive aging in a 5-year prospective study: aggregate and individual changes in steroid hormones and menstrual cycle lengths with age. Menopause. 2005;12(5):567-577.   [pubmed 16145311]
6. Gorrindo T, Blair RJ, Budhani S, Dickstein DP, Pine DS, Leibenluft E. Deficits on a probabilistic response-reversal task in patients with pediatric bipolar disorder. Am J Psychiatry. 2005;162(10):1975-1977.   [pubmed 16199850]
7. Leibenluft E, Cohen P, Gorrindo T, Pine D. Chronic vs. episodic irritability in youth: A community-based, longitudinal study of clinical and diagnostic associations. J Child Adolesc Psychopharmacol. 2006;16(4):456-466.   [pubmed 16958570]
8. Gorrindo T, Singer B, Simon J, Pincus S, Weinstein M.  Lifelong menstrual histories are typically erratic and trending – A taxonomy. Menopause. Jan/Feb 2007:14(1):74-88.   [pubmed 17075433]
9. Rosenbaum B, Gorrindo T, Patel S, McTigue M, Rodgers SM, Miller BM. Medical student involvement in website development.  Medical Teacher. 2009:31(7):627-633.   [pubmed 19811147]
10. Gorrindo T, Baer L, Sanders K, Birnbaum R, Fromson J, Sutton-Skinner KM, Romeo SA, Beresin E.  Web-based simulation in psychiatry residency training: a pilot study.  Acad Psychiatry. 2011 Fall;35(4):232-237.  [pubmed 21804041]
11. Fromson JA, Sutton-Skinner K, Gorrindo T, Baer L, Birnbaum RJ.  Lack of attention to body mass index during first-time prescribing of second-generation antipsychotic medication to children: A survey study using a clinical vignette.  Early Intervention in Psychiatry.  [pubmed 22225592]
12. Goldfarb E, Fromson JA, Gorrindo T, Birnbaum RJ.  Enhancing Informed Consent Best Practices: Gaining Patient, Family, and Provider Perspectives Using Reverse Simulation.  J of Medical Ethics.  2012; 38:546-551.  [pubmed 22522147]
13. Gorrindo T, Groves J.  The psychodynamics of transference: a virtual reality model.  Am J of Psychotherapy.  2012:66(2):151-163(13). [pubmed 22876527]
14. Goldfarb E, Baer L, Fromson JA, Gorrindo T, Birnbaum RJ.  Attendees’ Perceptions of Commercial Influence in Non-Commercially Funded CME Programs.  J Contin Educ Health Prof.  2012 Jun;32(3):205-11. [pubmed 23008083]
15. Gorrindo T, Fishel A, Beresin EV.  What would Erik Erikson say about iPhones in the baby bag, toddler tweets, and Facebook friends:  Understanding technology use throughout development.  FOCUS: The Journal of Lifelong Learning in Psychiatry. 2012;10(3):282-92.
16. Hu Y-P, Wehrly R, Gorrindo T, Hezel DM, Gironda C, Jenike MA, Stewart E. Gender specific short stature in male adolescents with obsessive-compulsive disorder. Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders. 2013;2(1):30-6.
17. Gorrindo T, Goldfarb E, Chevalier L, Hoeppner B, Birnbaum R, Meller B, Alpert J, Herman J, Weiss A. Interprofessional Differences in Disposition Decisions: Results from a Standardized Web-Based Patient Assessment. Psychiatric Services. 2013:64(8):808-11. [pubmed 23903607]
18. Gorrindo T, Goldfarb E, Birnbaum R, Chevalier L, Meller B, Alpert J, Herman J, Weiss A. Design and Implementation of Simulation-Based OPPE in Psychiatry: A Novel Tool for Ongoing Performance Assessment. The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety. 2013;39(7):319-23. [pubmed 23888642]
19. Gorrindo T, Chevalier L, Goldfarb E, Hoeppner BB, Birnbaum RJ. Autonomic Arousal and Emotional Learning in Web-Based Psychiatric Simulation. Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions.  34(S1):S17-S22, 2014.[pubmed 24935879]
20. DeJong S, Gorrindo T.  To text or not to text: Applying clinical and professionalism principles to decisions about text messaging with patients.  J Amer Acad Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Jul;53(7):713-5. 2014. [pubmed 24954818]
21, Chevalier, L., Goldfarb, E., Miller, J., Hoeppner, B., Gorrindo, T., and Birnbaum, R. Gaps in Preparedness of Clergy and Healthcare Providers to Address Mental Health Needs of Returning Service Members. J Relig Health. 2014 Aug 12. [pubmed 25112409].
22. Gorrindo, T., Stock S.  Bringing Education to the Bedside: A Primer on CME and MOC Requirements.  J Amer Acad Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.  2014 Oct;53(10):1042-4. [pubmed 25245345]

Review Articles

1. Gorrindo T, Groves JE.  Computer simulation and virtual reality in the diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric disorders.  Acad Psychiatry.  2009:33(5): 413-417.   [pubmed 19828861]
2. Gorrindo T, Groves JE.  Crime and hate in virtual worlds: a new playground for the id.  Harv Rev Psychiatry. 2010;18:113-118.   [pubmed 20235776]

  Chapters (peer-reviewed)

1. Gorrindo T, Groves J.  Brave New Worlds:  Medical Professionalism in the Digital Era.  In: Social Media in Medicine.  New Forums Press.  2012: 53-71. [ISBN 1581072228]
2. Gorrindo T, Chatterji S, Kowal P, Weinstein M.  A Cross-Country Comparison of Sociodemographic Correlates of Depression in the WHO Study of Global Aging and Adult Health (SAGE).  In: Applied Demography and Public Health.  Series 3.  Springer Science+Business Media.  2013: 45-60.

Editorials

1. Gorrindo T, Brendel D.  Avatars, cyber-coaches, and search engines: internet technology’s value in modern psychiatry.  Harv Rev Psychiatry. 2010;18:77-79.   [pubmed 20235772]

Clinical Communications

1. Gorrindo T, Groves JE.  Web searching for information about physicians.  JAMA.  2008:300(2):213-215.   [pubmed 18612120]
2. Kranick SM, Gorrindo T, Hallett M.  Psychogenic movement disorders and motor conversion: a roadmap for collaboration between Neurology and Psychiatry.  Psychosomatics.  2011;52(2):109-116. [pubmed 21397102]
3. Gorrindo T, Groves JE.  Medical eProfessionalism: a tale of two doctors.  J Clin Ethics. 2011; 22(2): 176-178. [pubmed 21804041]

 

Non-peer reviewed scientific or medical publications/materials in print or other media

Books/Textbooks for the medical or scientific community

1. Stern, T., Herman J, and Gorrindo, T. Massachusetts General Hospital Psychiatry Update and Board Preparation. 3rd Edition.  Boston (MA):MGH Psychiatry Academy Press; 2012. [ISBN 0781795044]

 

Non-peer reviewed research publications

1. Gorrindo T, Groves JE.  Web searches about physicians.  [letter in reply].  JAMA.  2008:300(19):2249-2250.   [doi 10.1001/jama.2008.658]
2. Gorrindo T,  Chevalier L, Hoeppner B,  Han K, Gandhi R,  Zachary K, Triant V, Birnbaum RJ.  Integrating quality improvement and education:  A tale of two QI projects.  MedEdPORTAL iCollaborative, 2013 [MedEdPortal].
3. Gorrindo T,  Chevalier L, Schifferdecker K, Reed V, Birnbaum RJ.  Educational Program Evaluation Utilizing the SMART Learning Plan.  MedEdPORTAL iCollaborative, 2013. [MedEdPortal]

 

Reviews, chapters, monographs and editorials

1. Bahl R, Booma ES, Gorrindo T, Okpokwasili E. Special populations: child psychiatry. In: Rosenquist JN, Nykiel S, eds. The Massachusetts General Hospital/Mclean Hospital Pocket Handbook of Psychiatry. Philadelphia (PA): Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2009: 115-121. [ISBN 0781795044]
2. Locke S, Gorrindo T.  Technology in treatment and physician-patient communication.  In:  Fogel BS, Greenberg D, eds. Psychiatric Care of the Medical Patient, 3rd Edition.  In Press.
3. Bostic JQ, Gorrindo T.  Test-Taking Strategies and Combating Test Anxiety. In: Stern TA, Herman J, and Gorrindo T, eds.  Massachusetts General Hospital Psychiatry Update and Board Preparation, 3rd Edition.  Boston (MA):MGH Psychiatry Academy Press; 2012: p3-7. [ISBN 0781795044]
4. Goldfarb E, Gorrindo T. Psychiatry. In: Levine A, DeMaria S, Schwartz A, editors. The Comprehensive Textbook of Healthcare Simulation. New York: Springer Science+Business Media 2013: p511-525.
5. Hua LH, Yapo S, Yule A, Gorrindo T.  Problematic Internet Behaviors: Diagnostic and Treatment Implications for Clinicians.  In: Saleh F, Grudzinskas A, Judge A, editors.  Adolescent Sexual Behavior in the Digital Age: Considerations for Clinicians, Legal Professionals, and Educators.  Oxford University Press: 2014. [ISBN 0199945594]

 

Letters to the Editor

1. Gorrindo T, Gorrindo PC, Groves JE.  Intersection of online social networking with medical professionalism: can medicine police the Facebook boom? J Gen Intern Med. 2008:23(12):2155.   [pubmed 18830759]

 

Clinical Guidelines and Reports

1. Gorrindo T, Robbins G.  A Facebook primer for child and adolescent psychiatrists.  AACAP News.  May/June, 2009:40(3):138-139.
2. Gorrindo T, Bostic J. The “New” CME and you.  AACAP News.  Sept/Oct, 2011:42(5):244-245.
3. Gorrindo T, Bostic J. Evaluations, Self-Assessment Questions, and CME Credits: Why We Do What We Do.  AACAP News.  May/June, 2013:44(3):142-144.
4. Gorrindo T, Laudenslauger G.  Google Glass and Medical Meetings: On the Inside Looking In.  Medical Meetings Network.  May 2014.

 

Select Abstracts, Poster Presentations and Exhibits Presented at Professional Meetings

1. Gorrindo T.  Minimal risk ethics in pediatric clinical research. Clinical Research Training Program, National Institutes of Health.  April 2004.
2. Schweder AE, McClure EB, Gorrindo T,  Leibenluft E. Neuropsychological processing in youth with bipolar disorder or chronic irritability. In E. Leibenluft (chair), Irritability and psychopathology across development. American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Washington, DC: October, 2004.
3. Leibenluft E, Dickstein D, McClure E, Gorrindo T,  Pine D. Amygdala-orbitofrontal dysfunction in pediatric bipolar disorder: behavioral and neuroimaging evidence. In M. Pavuluri (chair), Models of Neuro-Cognitive Dysfunction in Pediatric Bipolar Disorder.  American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. Washington, DC: October, 2004.
4. Leibenluft E, McClure E, Dickstein DP, Gorrindo T, Treland J, Pine DS.  Response reversal and social cognition deficits in pediatric bipolar disorder: Evidence of amygdala-OFC dysfunction?  Biological Psychiatry. 2004 Apr 15; 55(8 Supp.): 349.
5. Ferrell R, O’Connor K, Holman D, Brindle E, Miller R, Schechter D, Gorrindo T, Korshalla L, Simon J, Voda A, Wood J, Mansfield P, Weinstein M. The biodemographic models of reproductive aging (BIMORA) project: methods and steroid hormone and menstrual cycle findings in a five year prospective of the transition to menopause.  Abstract.  Population Association of America. Boston, MA: May 2004.
6. Gorrindo T, Blair J, Pine D, Leibenluft E. Passive avoidance learning deficits in pediatric bipolar disorder.  Poster. AMSA National Conference.  Kansas City, MO: March, 2004.
7. Gorrindo T, Glei D, Weinstein M.  Peripheral and genetic biomarkers of chronic depression in Taiwan.  American Psychiatric Association Colloquium for Young Investigators.  Poster. Washington, DC:  May 2008
8. Gorrindo T, Baer L, Fromson J, Sutton-Skinner KM, Romeo SA, Beresin EV, Sanders KM, Birnbaum RJ.  Simulation based assessment of the informed consent process in patients with varying health literacy.  Poster. Harvard Medical School, Mysell Research Colloquium. Boston, MA: April, 2009.  Winner of the Solomon Award for best Resident poster.
9. Gorrindo T, Baer L, Locke S, Fromson J, Sutton-Skinner KM, Romeo SA, Beresin EV, Sanders KM, Birnbaum RJ.  Prototype development of a web-based assessment tool for the informed consent process. Poster. American Association for Technology in Psychiatry Annual Meeting.  San Francisco, CA: May, 2009.
10. Gorrindo T, Locke S, Romeo S, Sutton-Skinner K, Rieu Werden M, Baer L. Development of a web-based simulator to teach improved patient-physician interactions. Poster. The Academy at Harvard Medical School, Medical Education Day.  Boston, MA: Oct 2009.
11. Gorrindo T, Baer L, Locke S, Fromson J, Sutton-Skinner KM, Romeo SA, Beresin EV, Sanders KM, Birnbaum RJ.  Web-based assessment of physician performance. Poster. Institute for Healthcare Improvement, 21st Annual National Forum.  Orlando, Fl: Dec, 2009.
12. Goldfarb E, Fromson JA, Baer L, Gorrindo T, Birnbaum RJ.  Revers simulation: novel tools to implement informed consent methods.  Poster. 4th Annual NIH Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation.  Bethesda, MD: March 2011.
13. Iodice KE, Goldfarb E, Gorrindo T, Baer L, Moody JL, Rieu-Werden ML, Fromson JA, Birnbaum RJ.  Patient and family panels enhance live continuing medical education programs.  Poster.  Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education.  New York, NY:  April 2011.
14. Rieu-Werden ML, Hirsch M, Gorrindo T, Fromson JA, Romeo SA, Birnbaum RJ.  Antipsychotic associated metabolic side effects: examining knowledge and practice gaps among prescribing clinicians.  Poster. Harvard Medical School, Mysell Research Colloquium. Boston, MA: April, 2011.
15. Irwin L, Fishman JA, Rieu-Werden ML, Romeo SA, Gorrindo T, Birnbaum, RJ. CMS Conditions of participation: an interactive learning module for competency assessment. Poster. 18th annual UNOS Transplant Management Forum. Orlando, FL: April 2011.
16. Hu YP, Wherley R, Gorrindo T, Hezel D, Gironda C, Jenike M, Stewart SE.  Gender difference of height in adolescents with obsessive-compulsive disorder and its potential implications.  Poster.  International OCD Foundation.  San Diego: July 2011.
17. Hu YP, Wherley R, Gorrindo T, Hezel D, Gironda C, Jenike M, Stewart SE.  Short stature in male adolescents with obsessive compulsive disorder.  Poster.  American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry.  Toronto: Oct 2011.
18. Golfarb E, Fromson JA, Gorrindo T, Birnbaum RJ.  Enhancing informed consent best practices: Disseminating reverse simulation.  Poster. 5th Annual NIH Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation.  Bethesda, MD: March 2012
19. Letourneau L, Chisari RG, Fromson JA, Goldfarb E, Gorrindo T, Gray C, Grenier N, Hoeppner B, Payne S, Birnbaum RJ.  Improving Quality and Team-Based Practice: Using Education Innovation to Implement the Patient Centered Medical Home Throughout Maine.  Poster.  4th Annual AAMC Integrating Quality Meeting.  Chicago, IL: June 2012.
20. Gorrindo T, Goldfarb E, Fromson JA, Hoeppner BB, Birnbaum RJ. Mixed Methods Needs Assessment of Interprofessional Preparedness. Poster accepted for presentation at CME Congress. Toronto, CA: May – June 2012.
21. Goldfarb E, Gorrindo T, Evans KC, Dougherty DD, Hoeppner BB, Fromson JA, Birnbaum RJ. Autonomic Arousal and Emotional Learning in Web-Based Psychiatric Simulation. Poster accepted for presentation at The Mysell Research Colloquium, Harvard Medical School. Boston, MA: March 2012.
22. Petersen TI,  Sprich S, Wilhelm S, Birnbaum RJ, Fromson JA, Gorrindo T, Goldfarb E.  CBT Basics Training for Remotely Located Practitioners: Development and Implementation of an Interactive Online Course.  Poster. Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies.  Baltimore, MD: Nov 2012.
23. Chevalier L, Gorrindo T, Goldfarb E, Hoeppner B, Birnbaum RJ, Meller B, Alpert J, Herman J, Weiss A. Using a Web-based Standardized Clinical Encounter to Evaluate Providers’ Ability to Assess Risk of Suicide. 24th Annual National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care. Orlando, FL; 2012.
24. Chevalier L, Gorrindo T, Goldfarb E, Hoeppner B, Birnbaum R. Evaluating and Addressing the Role of Caregivers in Patient-Centered Care through Educational Programs. Public and Community Psychiatry Symposium Boston; 2013.
25. Chevalier L, Gorrindo T, Hoeppner B, Birnbaum R. Clinical Web-Based Simulation: A Novel Tool for Teaching the Basics of Medication Management to Non-Prescribers. HMS Psychiatry Research Day & Mysell Lecture. Boston; 2013.
26. Gorrindo T,  Chevalier L, Hoeppner B,  Han K, Gandhi R,  Zachary K, Triant V, Birnbaum RJ.  Integrating quality improvement and education:  A tale of two QI projects.  Poster.  5th Annual AAMC Integrating Quality Meeting.  Chicago, IL: June 2013.
27. Chevalier L, Gorrindo T, Reed V, Schifferdecker K, Birnbaum RJ.  Evaluating the Use of Personal Learning Plans to Assess Intent to Change in Live and Online Educational Programs. AAMC Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, 2013.
28. Chevalier L, Gorrindo T, Simmons L, Leavitt L, Hoeppner B, Petersen T, Birnbaum RJ. Gender and Racial Differences in Perceptions of Shared Decision Making. MGH Clinical Research Day.  Boston, 2013.
27. Chevalier L, Han K, Gorrindo T,  Hoeppner B,  Gandhi R,  Zachary K, Triant V, Birnbaum RJ.  Addressing Smoking Cessation and Lipid Management in HIV Care: A Quality Improvement/Education Initiative.  Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions 39th Annual Meeting. Orlando; 2014.
28. Chevalier L, Gorrindo T, Reed V, Schifferdecker K, Birnbaum RJ.  Using a Personal Learning Plan to Demonstrate the Effects of an Educational Program on Clinical Practice.  AAMC Northeastern Group on Educational Affairs Meeting.  New Haven, 2014.