Eric Bradley Elbogen
Professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Dr. Elbogen received a B.A. from Cornell University and an M.Ed. from Harvard University before earning a Ph.D. in Clinical-Forensic Psychology at the University of Nebraska.  He completed a Clinical Psychology Internship at Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts Mental Health Center and a Health Services Research Fellowship at Duke.  He is board-certified in forensic psychology, conducting clinical work and empirical research at the intersection of law and mental health services, with a specific focus on military veterans.  Dr. Elbogen is Principal Investigator of NIH, DOD, and DoE funded research examining the effects of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) on post-deployment adjustment among Iraq/Afghanistan Veterans, specifically violence, aggression, criminal justice involvement, homelessness, and alcohol abuse.  Dr. Elbogen also directs clinical trials involving mobile technology to improve outcomes for Veterans including cognitive rehabilitation, CBT, and neurofeedback.  He is currently a Core Investigator at the VA National Center on Homelessness and provides forensic and neuropsychological assessments at Central Regional Hospital in Butner, NC.

Current Appointments & Affiliations

Contact Information

  • 2400 Pratt Street, 7th Floor, Durham, NC 27705
  • DUMC 2705, Durham, NC 27710

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