Subha Subramanian, MD

Subha Subramanian, MD
Sidney R. Baer, Jr. Foundational Fellow in the Clinical Neurosciences

Education History:
Sc.B., Biology, Brown University
MD, University of Iowa, Carver College of Medicine

Clinical Training:
Psychiatry Residency, Washington University in St. Louis

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

Brief Narrative:
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 lab and Berenson-Allen Center as a Sidney R., Baer Fellow in Neuropsychiatry to pursue clinical and research training in neuromodulation techniques for psychiatric illnesses. She is specifically interested in utilizing “precision-based” neuroimaging approaches to improve TMS response rates for treatment-resistant depression. Subha 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. Dr. Subramanian also serves as a clinician within the Berenson-Allen Center and conducts psychiatric consultations for individuals interested in TMS.

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