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Adult Psychiatry Faculty

Ahmed, Muhammed, MD

Alvarez, Mary Beth, MD

Armeline, Aaron, PhD

Artecona, Jose, MD

Blue, Michael, MD

Bordenave, Jay, MD

Bradley, Janet, MD

Carr, Brent, MD

Crilly, John, PhD

DeLand, Sarah M.C., MD

Eckert, R. Christa, MD

Johnson, Janet, MD

Kelly, Clay, Jr., MD

Kinzie, Erik, MD

Mallik, Harminder, MD

Manguno-Mire, Gina, PhD

McConville, Brad, MD

Michalewicz, Leszek, MD

O'Neill, Patrick, MD

Pe├▒a, Jose M., MD

Pletsch, Gayle, MD

Potash, Mordecai, MD

Robinson, Dean, MD

Romero, Maryellen, PhD

Rouse, Jeffery, MD

Snow, Anita, MD

Soong, Herman, MD

Stanton, Erin, MD

Thompson, John W., MD

Tynes, L. Lee, MD, PhD

Vuotto, Angela, DO

Vyas, Sanket, MD

Weir, Ashley, LCSW-BACS, ACSW

Wilson, Mark, MD

Winstead, Daniel, MD

Gina Manguno-Mire, PhD

Current Positions:
Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Tulane University Health Sciences Center, School of Medicine
Psychologist, New Orleans Forensic Aftercare Clinic
Research Affiliate. Veterans Affairs S. Central Mental Illness Research, Education and Clinical Center (MIRECC) VISN16

Education and Training:
Postdoctoral Research Fellowship: Tulane Health Sciences Center (2003)
Ph.D.: Clinical Psychology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA. (2000)
Psychology internship: New Orleans VA Medical Center (1999)

Certification:
Licensed to practice psychology in Louisiana

Years at Tulane:
Since 2000

Interests:
Dr. Mire is interested in forensic research with mentally ill defendants, particularly mental health court outcome data and issues related to legal competence. Other areas of research interest include trauma and posttraumatic stress. Clinical interests include psychological assessment and cognitive-behavioral therapies for anxiety disorders.

Recent Publications:
Manguno-Mire GM, Thompson Jr JW, Bertman-Pate LJ, Burnett DR, Thompson HW. Are release recommendations for NGRI acquittees informed by relevant data? Beh Sci Law 25: 43-55 2007.
Manguno-Mire GM,Constans JI, Geer JH. Anxiety-related differences in affective categorizations of lexical stimuli. Behav Res Ther 43:197-213 (2005)

Phone: (504) 988-2201
Fax: (504) 988-7457
E-mail: gmire@tulane.edu

Gina Mire PhD

Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-865-5000 website@tulane.edu