Medical University of South Carolina Comprehensive Depression Center
NNDC Board Members:
Thomas Uhde, MD
Constance Guille, MD
The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) currently ranks 7th in NIH funding among Departments of Psychiatry, and is home to a number of nationally-recognized clinicians, researchers, and programs. The MUSC Comprehensive Depression Center (CDC) incorporates brain stimulation techniques, such as TMS and DBS, developed by MUSC faculty and collaborators, as well as novel programs dedicated to the relationship between mood disorders and the creative arts, depression in medical disease, neuromodulation, and women’s reproductive biobehavioral health.
The Institute of Psychiatry, housed within the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, is an 82-bed inpatient facility with an additional 23 beds specifically dedicated to substance abuse patients.