Roland Zahn

I have joined the Centre for Affective Disorders at the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London in 2013.
On completing my specialist training in general psychiatry and cognitive behavioural psychotherapy at Freiburg University in 2007, I have undertaken top-up training in old age psychiatry and worked since 2011 as an honorary consultant psychiatrist in the cognitive assessment clinic and the specialist service for affective disorders at South and Central Manchester University Hospitals. My clinical expertise is in treatment-resistant affective disorders, as well as differential diagnosis and treatment of cognitive and organic affective disorders. Since joining King's Health partners, I have been an Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist at the South London and Maudsley NHS Trust. I am currently running a new pilot service specialising in mood disorders in primary care following the consultation liaison model and am one of the consultant psychiatrists in the National Service for Affective Disorders at the Maudsley Hospital.
I studied medicine at the Universities of Heidelberg and Aachen in Germany and completed my doctorate thesis on the clinical neuropsychology and neuroimaging of subcortical haemorrhages at University of Aachen in 1999.

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Understanding and Treating Major Depressive Disorder (EPA)

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