Goodwin, Frederick K(ing)
GOODWIN, Frederick K(ing)
GOODWIN, Frederick K(ing). American, b. 1936. Genres: Medicine/Health, Psychology. Career: National Heart Institute, Laboratory of Clinical Biochemistry, research assistant, summers, 1960-62, special research fellow, 1967-68; State University of New York Upstate Medical Center, Syracuse, intern in medicine and psychiatry, 1963-64; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, resident in psychiatry, 1964-65; National Institute of Mental Health, clinical associate of Adult Psychiatry Branch, 1965-67, chief of clinical research unit at Laboratory of Clinical Science, 1968-73, chief of Section of Psychiatry, 1973-77, chief of Clinical Psychobiology Branch, 1977-81, director of Intramural Research Program, 1982-88, scientific director of National Depression Awareness, Recognition, and Treatment Program, 1985, director of the institute, 1992-94, senior scientific adviser to the director, 1994-; private practice of psychiatry and psychopharmacology, 1967-. Washington School of Psychiatry, fellow, 1969-71, faculty member, 1970-82; George Washington University, adjunct professor, 1972-82, professor of psychiatry and director of Center on Neuroscience, Behavior, and Society, 1994-; Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, adjunct professor, 1980-. U.S. Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration, coordinator of AIDS-related activities, 1986-90, administrator, 1988-92; visiting professor and lecturer at US colleges and universities. Publications: (with K.R. Jamison) Manic-Depressive Illness, 1990. Contributor to scientific and medical journals. Address: Department of Psychiatry, Center on Neuro-science, George Washington Medical Center, 2150 Pennsylvania Ave NW 8th Fl, Washington, DC 20037, U.S.A.