Robert Kevin McClure

Robert Kevin McClureTitle: Assistant Professor

Company: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine

Location: Chapel Hill, NC

Chapel Hill, NC, January 31, 2011, Dr. Robert Kevin McClure, Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine, has been recognized by Elite American Physicians for dedication, achievements and leadership in psychiatry.

A 16-year veteran of the medical profession, Dr. Robert Kevin McClure draws on a wealth of practical experience in training and mentoring medical students at UNC Chapel Hill. He is recognized as a specialist in adult psychiatry, and is sought far and wide to diagnose and treat adult psychiatric disorders, especially mood and psychotic disorders, and conduct neuroimagery research. Dr. McClure is proud to have thrived in sundry aspects of his discipline, be it in medical practice, higher education or research. He credits his successes to great mentors and to an unbeatable combination of hard work and good luck.

Dr. McClure completed a research fellowship in schizophrenia and neuroimaging in 2002 at The National Institute of Mental Health and a residency in adult psychiatry in 1998 at UNC Chapel Hill. He earned an MD in 1993 from the University of Washington School of Medicine and a Bachelor of Science in biology and psychology in 1987 from Stanford University. Board-certified in general adult psychiatry, Dr. McClure holds an emission computed tomography certification. He considers obtaining his board certification in 2007 and completing his research fellowship to be the two most defining accomplishments of his career to date.

An active member of his profession, Dr. McClure is affiliated with the Society for Neuroscience, the Society of Biological Psychiatry, and the American Psychiatric Association. As he moves forward, he aspires to become an associate professor in UNC Chapel Hill’s psychiatry department, as well as a director of a research program focusing on schizophrenia and neuroimaging.

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