Colin Walsh, MD, MA
Dr. Colin G. Walsh is a practicing internist and clinical informatician who joined Vanderbilt University as Assistant Professor of Biomedical Informatics, Medicine, and Psychiatry in early 2015. His research is focused in predictive analytics applied to vulnerable populations, clinical workflow, and decision support at the point-of-care.
His foci of research and operational work are: 1) machine learning/data science applied to use-cases in mental health; 2) utilization optimization and quality improvement; 3) an analytics approach to value-based healthcare.
David Williams, PhD & Daniel Clauw, MD
The Chronic Pain and Fatigue Research Center is a multidisciplinary center committed to improving the understanding and management of disorders distinguished by symptoms of chronic pain and fatigue. The group has been instrumental in establishing that the systemic conditions and regional pain syndromes such as fibromyalgia, interstitial cystitis, osteoarthritis, low back pain, and post-deployment syndromes all have common pathogenic and clinical features.
Stuart Reynolds, MD, MPH
Patient Care Emphasis: Urinary incontinence and pelvic floor reconstruction in women and men
M.D. Degree: Pennsylvania State University, Milton S. Hershey College of Medicine
Postgraduate Training: University of Chicago Medical Center, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
David Patterson, PhD ABPP
David Patterson, Ph.D., is the founder of Harborview’s Rehabilitation Consult Service and a UW professor of Medicine and Psychology and an adjunct professor of Surgery.
Dr. Patterson specializes in pain control and recovery from physical trauma, burn injuries and other forms of disabilities. He is also internationally known for his work in clinical hypnosis.
Dr. Patterson earned his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Florida State University. He has conducted NIH funded studies on pain control since the 1980s. He has also conducted clinical research in rehabilitation psychology, and studied the use of immersive virtual reality for pain control.
Michael T. M. Finn, PhD
Michael Finn, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist. Dr. Finn earned his doctorate in clinical psychology from University of Tennessee in Knoxville. He completed his predoctoral internship in psychology at SUNY-Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, New York and his postdoctoral fellowship in clinical health psychology at the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee.
His clinical interests include psychotherapy and consultation with individuals with congenital heart disease, integrative approaches to psychotherapy for adolescents and adults with chronic health conditions, personality, assessment, and clinical hypnosis.