Dr. Rieser and his staff provide psychiatric services for patients.

 

Dr. Rieser is also the Medical Director for Ridge Hospital in Lexington.

Michael J. Rieser, MD, PSC       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CURRICULUM VITA FOR MICHAEL J. RIESER, MD

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3228 Summit Square Park, Suite 230

Lexington, KY 40509

Phone: (859) 264-0045  Fax: (859) 264-0900

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EDUCATION:

           FELLOWSHIP: Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, University of California San Diego, July 1992-June 1994.

           RESIDENCY: Psychiatry, University of California San Diego, 1990-1992.

           INTERNSHIP: St. Joseph's Hospital, Phoenix, Arizona, 1981-1982, Internal Medicine.

           MEDICAL SCHOOL: University of Louisville School of Medicine; Louisville, KY. 1977-1981, Doctor of Medicine.

           UNDERGRADUATE: University of Louisville; Louisville, KY, 1973 -1977, Bachelor of Science With Honors; Science-Medical.

 

LICENSURE:

           Kentucky-30676,  Issued - June 24, 1994.

 

BOARD CERTIFICATION:

Diplomate, American Board of Emergency Medicine, 1988. Elected a Fellow of the American College of          Emergency Physicians, Expiration 12/31/98.

Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, since 1995.

Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, since 1996.

 

HONORS/AWARDS:

Graduate: Honors in Emergency Medicine 1979, Honors in Surgery, 1980.

Undergraduate: Woodcock Scholastic Society "Most Outstanding Freshman", 1978; University of Louisville Trustee Scholarship Award, 1978 

American Psychiatric Association, Fellow Award for Significant Contributions to Psychiatry, 2011.

  

PUBLICATIONS:

"Effects of Risperidone on Conduct and Disruptive Behavior Disorders in Children with Subaverage IQs", R Snyder, et. al. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 1026-1036. (THE RISPERIDONE CONDUCT STUDY GROUP)

"Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study of Risperidone for the Treatment of Disruptive Behaviors in Children with Subaverage Intelligence", M. Aman, et. al. The American Journal of Psychiatry, 159:8, August 2002, 1337-1346. (THE RISPERIDONE CONDUCT STUDY GROUP)

“Risperidone Versus Placebo For Severe Conduct Disorder In Children With Mental Retardation”, M. Aman, et. al., Presented at the 46th Annual Meeting of the AACAP, October 1999, Chicago.

"The use of Cough CPR in Acute Myocardial Infarction", American Journal of Emergency Medicine, vol. 10, pp. 291-293, May 1992.

"Analysis of Multiple Choice Questions Given on College  Physics Tests", presented to the Annual Meeting of the Kentucky Association of Physics Teachers, 1978. Co-authored with Joel Gwinn, Ph.D. 

 

RESEARCH:

2006 – PRESENT   Adult Depression, Double-Blind, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial

2006 – 2007            Adult ADHD, Double-Blind Study, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial

2006 – PRESENT   Child/Adolescent Bipolar Disorder, Double-Blind with open-label extension, Principal

                                Investigator, Clinical Trial

2006 – 2007            Adult Depression/Insomnia, Double-Blind Study, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial

2006 – PRESENT   Child/Adolescent Depression, Double-Blind Study, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial

2006 – 2006            Child/Adolescent Bipolar Disorder, Double-Blind Study, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial

2006 – 2006            Adult Bipolar Disorder, Double-Blind Study, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial

2005 – 2005            Adult Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Open Label Study, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial

2005 – 2006            Adolescent Schizophrenia, Double-Blind Study, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial

2004 – 2005      Adult Depression, Open Label Study, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial

2004 – 2005      Adolescent Schizophrenia, Open Label Study, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial

2004 – 2006      Child/Adolescent Bipolar Disorder, Open Label Study, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial

2004 – 2004      Adolescent Panic Disorder, Double-Blind Study, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial

2004 – 2004      Adolescent Panic Disorder, Double-Blind Study, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial

2004 – 2006     Child/Adolescent Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Open Label Study, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial

2003 – 2005      Child/Adolescent Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder, Open Label Study, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial.

2003 – 2004      Child/Adolescent Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Double-Blind Study, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial.

2002 – 2004     Child/Adolescent Bipolar Disorder, Double-Blind Study, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial.

2002 – 2003      Adult Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Open Label Study, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial.

2002 – 2003      Adult Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Double-Blind Study, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial.

2002 – 2003      Adult Depression, Double-Blind Study, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial.

2002 – 2004     Child/Adolescent Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Open Label Study (Study C), Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial.

2001 – 2002      Child/Adolescent Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Open Label Study (Study B), Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial.

2000 – 2001      Child/Adolescent Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Open Label Study (Study A), Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial.

2000 – 2004      Adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Double-Blind and Open Label Studies, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trials.

2000 – 2001      Pediatric Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Double-Blind Study, Principal  Investigator, Clinical Trials.

2000 – 2001      Pediatric Depression, Double-Blind and Open Label Studies, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trials.

2000 – 2001,     Pediatric Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Double-Blind and Open Label Studies, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trials.

1999 – 2000      Pediatric Depression, Double-Blind Study, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial.

1998 – 2001      Pediatric Conduct Disorder/Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Principal Investigator, Multiple Clinical Trials.

2000 – 2001      Adult Depression, Open Label Study, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial.

1999 – 2000      Adult Depression, Double-Blind Study, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial.

1999 – 2000      Pediatric Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Double-Blind Study, Principal Investigator, Clinical Trial.

1997 – 1998      Pediatric Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Double-Blind Study, Principal Investigator, Multiple Clinical Trials.

1995                  Richwood Pharmaceutical, Investigator, Adderall in the treatment of Attention Deficit Disorder.

1992 – 1994      Principal Investigator: "Seclusion of pre-adolescent children: What do they do in there?", Department of Psychiatry University of California at San Diego.

1982 – 1983      Principal Investigator: "All Terrain Three Wheeled Accidents", results unpublished, 1983, data submitted to the Consumer Products Safety Commission.  Featured on ABC Television 20/20.

1978 – 1980      "Behavioral Sciences Testing", Department of Psychiatry, results unpublished. Faculty Supervisor: David  Teller, Ph.D. 

 

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:

1992 – PRESENT  American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatrists

1991 – PRESENT  American Psychiatric Association

1991 – PRESENT  Kentucky Psychiatric Association

1991 – 1994  San Diego County Medical Society

1982 – 1990  American College of Emergency Physicians

1982 – 1988  Yuma County Medical Society

 

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS:

May 21, 2010 “Does The Child I Am Seeing Really Have Bipolar Disorder? (How to Differentiate between Bipolar Disorder and Other MORE COMMON Childhood Disorders)”, Ridge Behavioral Health System Hospital.

February 2007 – June 2007. Radio Call-In Talk Show Host, on WLXO Radio, FM 96.1 Lexington, “INSIDE YOUR HEAD”, a program which presents factual and up-to-date information on Mental Health Issues to the Community, answers questions about mental health, and debunks mythologies about mental illness.

October 2002. "Advanced Medication Management for ADHD for Health-care Professionals", Preconference Institute, 14th International Conference on ADHD (CHADD), Miami, Florida.

Fall 2001.  "Advanced Medication Management for Difficult to Treat ADHD", Preconference Institute, 13th International Conference on ADHD (CHADD), Anaheim, California.

1998 – PRESENT  Speaker for a number of different pharmaceutical companies to physician groups.

1994 – PRESENT  Many community and special educational programs given in the local area.

These include: Special Presentations on Child and Adolescent Psychiatry to Samaritan Medical Center, University of Kentucky Department of Family Practice, and Fayette County School System, The Lexington School.

1983 – 1986  IEMT Instructor, Arizona Western College.

1983 – Fall meeting Critical Care Nurse Association Guest Speaker.

1985 – 1986  IEMT Cardiac Program Medical Director, Arizona Western College.

1989 – Grand Rounds Guest Presenter Annenberg Center for Health Sciences, Rancho Mirage, Ca.

 

COMMUNITY WORK:

Lexington, Kentucky: Numerous Community Education Programs, School Programs. CH.A.D.D. Professional Advisory Board , 1995-97

Yuma, Arizona: Member of the Board of Directors, Center Against Sexual Assault and Suicide Prevention, 1986-1988; Member of the United Way Speakers Board, 1986-1988

Palm Springs, California: Coachella Valley Desert Aids Project, volunteer counselor, 1990.

 

MEDICOLEGAL CONSULTANT:

1994 – PRESENT  Forensic consultant to legal firms in Kentucky

1979 – 1981  Legal firm of Taustine, Post, Berman, Fineman, and Kahn, Louisville, Kentucky (while a medical student)

 

ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIVITIES:

1/2009 – Present. Medical Director, Ridge Behavioral Health System Hospital, Lexington, Kentucky.

2008 – 1/2009. Medical Director for Youth Services, Ridge Behavioral Health System Hospital, Lexington, Kentucky.

1/2005 – 1/2006 President of the Medical Staff, Ridge Behavioral Health System Hospital, Lexington, Kentucky.

1998 – 1999  Service Director/Clinical Consultant for Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Services, Charter Ridge Behavioral Health Systems Hospital, Lexington, Kentucky

1994 – 1997  Associate Medical Director for Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Services, Samaritan Medical Center, Lexington, Kentucky

1988 – 1990  Creator of a Betty Ford Center—Eisenhower Medical Center Emergency Department Chemical Dependency Intervention and Referral Program—during tenure in the Emergency Department

1982 – 1990  Medical Director for numerous ACLS programs

1983:  Medical Director for the EMT-IEMT training program at Arizona Western College when it was created, principal instructor during its first year

1982 – 1984  Acting Associate Medical Director of the Emergency Department at Yuma Regional Medical Center

 

Hospital Committees:

1998 – PRESENT  Charter Ridge Hospital, Chairman, Pharmacy Committee

1995 – 1998  Samaritan Medical Center, Quality Assurance Committee

1990      Yuma Regional Medical Center: Critical Care Committee, Morbidity and Mortality Committee

1988 – 1990  Yuma Medical Center, Safety Committee

1984 – 1985  Yuma Medical Center, Pre-hospital Care Committee

1983 – 1985  Yuma Medical Center, Quality Assurance Committee

 
 

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE ACTIVITIES:

1997 – PRESENT Clinical Trial Principal Investigator, located in Lexington with recruitment base of Central Kentucky.

1994 – PRESENT  Full-time private practice:  Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Medicine, Lexington, KY  (address above).

1992 – 1994  Practicing Member of Medical Staff (Psychiatric):  Mesa Vista Psychiatric Hospital and  Southwood Psychiatric Hospital, San Diego, California.

1992 – 1994   UCSD Fellow in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, San Diego, California, 1992 - present.

1992 – 1994   Part-time private practice in Adult, Adolescent, and Child Psychiatry, San Diego, California..

1990 – 1992   UCSD Resident in Psychiatry and Neurology, San Diego, California.

1990 – 1992   Part-time Emergency Physician: Kaiser Permanente Hospital, San Diego, California.

1988 – 1990   Full-time Emergency Physician: Eisenhower Medical Center, Rancho Mirage, California.

1982 – 1988   Full-time Emergency Physician: Yuma Regional Medical Center, Yuma, Arizona.

 
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