Pierre N Azzam, MD
Education & Training
- Shenai N, White CD, Azzam PN, Gopalan P, Solai LK. Practical and legal challenges to electroconvulsive therapy in malignant catatonia. Harv Rev Psychiatry 2016;24:238-241.
- Saunders J, Gopalan P, Puri N, Azzamp PN, Zhou L, Ghinassi F, Jain A, Travis M, Ryan ND. Psychosomatic medicine for non-psychiatric residents: video education and incorporation of technology. Acad Psychiatry 2015;39:649-653.
Pitt Psychiatry Honored for Innovations in Medical Education at 2019 Association of Directors of Medical Student Education in Psychiatry Annual Meeting
Congratulations to Jason Rosenstock, MD (Director, Medical Student Education, Department of Psychiatry), Pierre Azzam, MD (Associate Program Director, Office of Residency Training), and Jody Glance, MD (Associate Director, Medical Student Education, Department of Psychiatry), who were selected to receive the Association of Directors of Medical Student Education in Psychiatry (ADMSEP) Innovations Award for “Final...
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Promotes Pierre Azzam, MD to Associate Professor of Psychiatry
It is our pleasure to announce that Pierre Azzam, MD , has been promoted to the rank of Associate Professor of Psychiatry by the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Dr. Azzam is a highly respected specialist in consultation-liaison (CL) psychiatry and is dually certified in psychiatry and psychosomatic medicine. He earned his MD from Baylor College of Medicine in 2005 and completed his psychiatry residency...
Dr. Pierre Azzam Finds Personal and Professional Fulfillment with a Career in Psychiatry
Pierre Azzam, MD , Assistant Professor of Psychiatry , began his career in Pittsburgh as a psychiatry resident at UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital in the Academic Administrator-Clinician Educator (AACE) Track , and subsequently completed a clinical fellowship in Consultation Liaison (CL) Psychiatry at the Massachusetts General Hospital. Since his recruitment to the Department of Psychiatry faculty, Dr. Azzam has...
WPIC Offers Clinician-Educators Unique Career Development Opportunities
The critical role of Clinician-Educators (CEs) has continued to gain recognition within academic medical centers, and the responsibilities of CEs have increasingly become more complex. To help physicians navigate this complexity, the Department has established a programmatic approach that involves personalized career development to enable CEs to identify their talents, develop specific skill sets, and unleash their...