Dr. Chadrick Lane practices neuropsychiatry, a subspecialty of medicine focused on understanding brain-behavior relationships to improve the diagnosis and treatment of people living with complex brain disorders. He is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Associate Psychiatry Clerkship Director for UT Southwestern Medical School, and the inaugural Clinical Neuroscience Scholar within the Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brain Institute. He completed his adult psychiatry residency and geriatric psychiatry fellowship training at Yale School of Medicine, followed by fellowship training in behavioral neurology & neuropsychiatry at Boston University/VA Boston Healthcare System. Dr. Lane’s clinical and research interests focus on the care of people living with epilepsy. He is a member of the UT Southwestern Epilepsy Team, through which he provides comprehensive neuropsychiatric assessments to patients who are being considered for epilepsy surgery.
In addition to improving access to mental health care for patients with epilepsy and advancing our understanding of the neural correlates of emotion, cognition, and behavior, Dr. Lane is committed to clinical neuroscience education. As associate director for the medical student psychiatry clerkship, Dr. Lane assists in organizing and implementing the highly regarded six-week rotation, which is often students’ very first introduction to the field of psychiatry. He supervises resident physicians in the neuropsychiatry clinic elective, and mentors students, residents, and fellows who are interested in learning about neuropsychiatric training. Dr. Lane is a member of the American Neuropsychiatric Association (ANPA), through which works to expand educational opportunities for trainees and recruit the next generation of neuropsychiatrists.
- Medical School
- University of Virginia School of Medicine (2014)
- Yale University School of Medicine (2018), Psychiatry
- Yale School of Medicine (2019)
- Boston University School of Medicine/VA Boston Healthcare System (2020)
- Precipitated Withdrawal, Delirium, and Cerebellar Stroke: The Pharmacology of Buprenorphine Induction in Non-pharmaceutical Fentanyl and the Neuropsychiatric Manifestations of Cerebellar Stroke.
- Montalvo C, von Horn A, Lane CE, Weinstein ZM, Sharma M, Suzuki J, Harv Rev Psychiatry 2021 Sep-Oct 01 29 5 370-377
- The AAGP Scholars Program: Predictors of Pursuing Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship Training.
- Conroy ML, Yarns BC, Wilkins KM, Lane CE, Zdanys KF, Pietrzak RH, Forester BP, Kirwin PD, Am J Geriatr Psychiatry 2021 04 29 4 365-374
- Plagiarised letters of recommendation submitted for the National Resident Matching Program.
- Maruca-Sullivan PE, Lane CE, Moore EZ, Ross DA, Med Educ 2018 06 52 6 632-640
- Computational Psychiatry: Embracing Uncertainty and Focusing on Individuals, Not Averages.
- Chekroud AM, Lane CE, Ross DA, Biol Psychiatry 2017 09 82 6 e45-e47
Honors & Awards
- Peter ODonnell Jr. Brain Institute Clinical Neuroscience Scholar Award
- Paul D. Kirwin, MD Distinguished Fellow Award in Geriatric Psychiatry
- Benjamin S. Bunney Award
Awarded annually by the Yale Psychiatry Residents Association to residents who have served the missions of advocacy for residents and patients, clinical care, and education. (2017)
- Yale Department of Psychiatry Resident Teaching Award
- Geriatric Mental Health Foundation & American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry Honors Scholars Program
- Ira Levine Award
This award was established to recognize Yale PGY-2 psychiatry residents who embody the qualities of clinical excellence, breadth of learning, and devotion to the care of severe psychiatric illness exemplified by Dr. Levine. (2016)
- Gold Humanism Honor Society
- AOA Medical Honor Society
- Phi Beta Kappa
- Raven Society
University of Virginias oldest academic honor society promoting achievement in academics and service to both community and university. (2007)
- Texas Epilepsy Foundation (2022)
- American Neuropsychiatric Association (2018)
- American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry (2016)