Ran Friedman, MD

Psychiatrist

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More about Ran Friedman, MD

After medical school, Dr. Ran Friedman started his residency training for psychiatry. During this time, he elected a residency that focused on women’s mental health. This area of expertise supports Dr. Friedman’s mission of helping women in their reproductive ages to achieve optimal mental health during their family planning stages, pre and post-partum.

The area of Women’s Mental Health also focuses on women in their pre and postmenopausal life cycles who may face associated mental health disorders or symptoms. Dr. Friedman is also skilled and passionate about helping all adults who are struggling with depression, anxiety, OCD, bipolar disorder, trauma-related disorders (like PTSD), or psychosis. 

To Dr. Ran Friedman, the ideal patient is anyone who is interested in their well-being. He is focused on patient-centered care and wants to collaborate with his patients to create the best individualized plan of care. He considers it a privilege to be able to offer patients who suffer from treatment-resistant symptoms advanced treatment modalities such as Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) therapy and Esketamine to help all patients achieve remission of symptoms

Education & Experience

After earning his MD at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Dr. Friedman began his postgraduate training in psychiatry while specializing in women’s mental health at UT Southwestern Medical Center.

Since completing his postgraduate training, his work as a psychiatrist has been broad, ranging from inpatient consultation-liaison to Emergency Room Psychiatric services. Since 2018, he has also been offering outpatient psychiatric services.

He is looking forward to offering telepsychiatry services at Mindful Health Solutions.

Certifications & Memberships

  • American Psychiatric Association,
  • Texas Society for Psychiatric Physicians ,
  • North Texas Society for Psychiatric Physicians,
  • American Group Psychotherapy Association,
  • American Medical Association,

Publications

UT Southwestern Medical Center “Advancing health through research: A scoping review of and model for adjunctive psychosocial interventions to improve outcomes for perinatal women with bipolar disorder” Friedman, R., Giampaolo, J., Vanhaecke, L., & Jarrett, R. B. (2021). Journal of Affective Disorders, 294, 586–591. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jad.2021.07.024

UT Southwestern Medical Center VA Grand Rounds Presentation: Managing Bipolar Disorder in Women Of Childbearing Potential, Dallas VA

2016 Benzodiazepine Detox in Pregnant Patients.
Presented at: Women’s Mental Health Track Case Conference, UT Southwestern Medical Center

2016 First Break Psychosis and Hyperthyroidism. Presented at: Consult Liaison Case Conference, Parkland Hospital

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences 2012 “Indocyanine green enhanced near-infrared laser treatment of murine mammary carcinoma” Shafirstein, G., Bäumler, W., Hennings, L. J., Siegel, E. R., Friedman, R.,
Moreno, M. A., Webber, J., Jackson, C. and Griffin, R. J. (2012), Int. J. Cancer, 130: 1208–1215. doi: 10.1002/ijc.26126

MD Anderson Department of Cancer Biology, 2011 “MCAM/MUC18: A Missing Link in Melanoma Progression” Maya Zigler, Gabriel J. Villares, Andrey S. Dobroff, Hua Wang, Li Huang, Russell R. Braeuer, Takafumi Kamiya, Vladislava O. Melnikova, Renduo Song, Ran Friedman, Rhoda M. Alani, and Menashe Bar-Eli. Cancer Res. 2011 May 15;71(10); 3494–504

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, 2010 “Mechanism of cell killing induced by near infrared laser in the presence of indocyanine green” Ran Friedman, Michael J. Borrelli, Laura J. Bernock, Eric Hamilton, Gal Shafirstein. Poster Presentation, Arkansas Internal Medicine Annual Meeting Feb 2010

MD Anderson Department of Cancer Biology, 2008 “Targeting Melanoma Growth and Metastasis with Systemic Delivery of LiposomeIncorporated Protease-Activated Receptor-1 Small Interfering RNA” Villares GJ, Zigler M, Wang H, Melnikova VO, Wu H, Friedman R, Leslie MC, Vivas-Mejia PE, Lopez-Berestein G, Sood AK, Bar-Eli M. Cancer Res. 2008 Nov 1;68(21):9078-86
MD Anderson Department of Cancer Biology

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