Subha Subramanian, MD

Subha Subramanian, MD
Instructor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
Director of Psychiatry, Berenson-Allen Center for Noninvaisve Brain Stimulation

Education History:
Sc.B., Brown University
MD, University of Iowa, Carver College of Medicine
Psychiatry Residency, Washington University in St. Louis
Sidney R. Baer Jr., Fellow in Neuropsychiatry, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Dupont Warren Fellowship Award, Harvard Medical SChool

Dr. Subramanian trained in psychiatry at Washington University in St. Louis and participated in the research track. During residency, Dr. Subramanian became clinically interested in medication-resistant psychiatric disorders and gained expertise in several “interventional” treatments, including ECT, TMS, and ketamine. She joined the Berenson-Allen Center as a Sidney R., Baer Fellow in Neuropsychiatry to pursue clinical and research training in neuromodulation techniques for psychiatric illnesses. After fellowship, she transitioned to Psychiatry Director of TMS in the Center and treats individuals who have treatment-resistant depression with TMS.

Dr. Subramanian's research focuses on “precision-based” neuroimaging approaches to improve TMS response rates for treatment-resistant depression. She currently receives research mentorship from Roscoe Brady Jr., MD, PhD and is a member of the Laboratory of Applied Neuroscience at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

Clinical and Research Interests
Neuromodulation (TMS, ECT)
Treatment-resistant depression
Precision medicine

Personal Interests/Hobbies:
Personal Interests/Hobbies: Dr. Subramanian enjoys cycling, HIIT workouts, the Boston food scene, cooking, and spending time with her dog, Babu.