Dr. Steven Hamilton is a psychiatrist practicing in San Francisco, CA. Dr. Hamilton is a medical doctor specializing in the care of mental health patients. As a psychiatrist, Dr. Hamilton diagnoses and treats mental illnesses. Dr. Hamilton may treat patients through a variety of methods including medications, psychotherapy or talk therapy, psychosocial interventions and more, depending on each individual case. Different medications that a psychiatrist might prescribe include antidepressants, antipsychotic mediations, mood stabilizers, stimulants, sedatives and hypnotics. Dr. Hamilton treats conditions like depression, anxiety, OCD, eating disorders, bipolar disorders, personality disorders, insomnia, ADD and other mental illnesses.
Education and Training
Univ of Ca, Los Angeles, Ucla Sch of Med, Los Angeles Ca 1995
University of California 1972
Psychiatry and NeurologyAmerican Board of Psychiatry and NeurologyABPN
- Early-onset fearful panic attack: a possible prodrome of early-onset severe psychopathology.
- The early-onset fearful panic attack as a predictor of severe psychopathology.
- Generalizability and correlates of clinically derived panic subtypes in the population.
- Cigarette smoking and panic: the role of neuroticism.
- Lifetime comorbidity of antisocial personality disorder and anxiety disorders among adults in the community.
- Variants in estrogen-biosynthesis genes CYP17 and CYP19 and breast cancer risk: a family-based genetic association study.
- Sequence analysis of the serotonin transporter and associations with antidepressant response.
- A family with X-linked anophthalmia: exclusion of SOX3 as a candidate gene.
- Analysis of association between the serotonin transporter and antidepressant response in a large clinical sample.
- Large-scale SNP genotyping with canine buccal swab DNA.
- Schizophrenia candidate genes: are we really coming up blank?
- Pharmacokinetic genes do not influence response or tolerance to citalopram in the STAR*D sample.
- Association and linkage analysis of candidate genes GRP, GRPR, CRHR1, and TACR1 in panic disorder.
- Resequencing of serotonin-related genes and association of tagging SNPs to citalopram response.
- Genetic studies of drug response and side effects in the STAR*D study, part 1.
- Genetic studies of drug response and side effects in the STAR*D study, part 2.
- Linkage and association studies of anxiety disorders.
- A genomewide association study of citalopram response in major depressive disorder.
- The genetics of major depression: moving beyond the monoamine hypothesis.
- Association of mu-opioid receptor variants and response to citalopram treatment in major depressive disorder.
- Array-based whole-genome survey of dog saliva DNA yields high quality SNP data.
- Bayesian linkage analysis of categorical traits for arbitrary pedigree designs.
- The ABCB1 transporter gene and antidepressant response.
- A new lead from genetic studies in depressed siblings: assessing studies of chromosome 3.
- Association between regulator of G protein signaling 9-2 and body weight.
- Multivariate analysis of anxiety disorders yields further evidence of linkage to chromosomes 4q21 and 7p in panic disorder families.
- Linkage analysis of alternative anxiety phenotypes in multiply affected panic disorder families.
- Genetic correlate of cognitive training response in schizophrenia.
- Resistance to antidepressant treatment is associated with polymorphisms in the leptin gene, decreased leptin mRNA expression, and decreased leptin serum levels.
- Variation in genes related to cochlear biology is strongly associated with adult-onset deafness in border collies.
- Copy number variation in subjects with major depressive disorder who attempted suicide.
- Using the high-risk family design to identify biomarkers for major depression.
- A genome-wide association study of a sustained pattern of antidepressant
- Evidence for linkage and association of GABRB3 and GABRA5 to panic disorder.
- The promise of psychiatric pharmacogenomics.
- Ny And Presby Hosp, Psychiatry
- New York Presbyterian Hospital Program
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