Lucy Epstein Hutner, M.D.
Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry
Associate Director, The Women's Program,
Lucy Hutner, M.D., is an assistant professor of clinical psychiatry at Columbia University. She is the Associate Director of the Women's Program in Psychiatry at Columbia, where she directs the Obstetrics-Gynecology consultation-liaison service and serves as Director of Education for the Women's Program. She also serves as a consulting psychiatrist to the Columbia Eastside practice at E 60th.
Dr. Hutner is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Wesleyan University in 1992. She received her M.D. from the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine in 2003, where she was honored to receive the AMA Rock Slyster Memorial Scholarship for excellence in psychiatry. She trained in adult psychiatry at Harvard University at Massachusetts General Hospital/McLean, where she served as the consultation-liaison and administrative chief resident. She was privileged to receive the APA GlaxoSmithKline fellowship for leadership in psychiatry; the Hackett Award, the top honor given to a graduating senior resident in psychiatry; and the Laughlin fellowship, given to an elite pool of psychiatry residents thought to make a substantial contribution to the field of psychiatry.
Her academic interests include residency training and medical student education. She served on the MGH Ethics, Departmental Steering, and Residency Training Committees and as an assistant editor for the Harvard Review of Psychiatry. She has presented on a national level on chief residency training, education in the context of psychiatric consultation, and curriculum development. She was recently honored to receive the Junior Faculty Award from the Association of Academic Psychiatry. She serves as Chair of the Medical Education subcommittee for the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine and is a member of the Scientific Program Committee of the American Psychiatric Association.
Dr. Hutner maintains a private practice as part of the faculty practice at Columbia Eastside in New York City. Her practice includes perinatal mental health, young adult emotional development, and general adult psychotherapy and psychopharmacology. She is also serves as a consultant to the Comprehensive Evaluation Service at Columbia.
Undergraduate: Wesleyan University, B.A., 1992
Medical School: University of California, San Francisco, M.D., 2003
Internship: Massachusetts General Hospital, Internship in Internal Medicine, 2004
Residency: Massachusetts General Hospital/McLean, Resident in Adult Psychiatry, 2007
Fellowship: Columbia University, Fellow in Psychosomatic Medicine, 2008
Board Certifications: General Adult Psychiatry
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