Morgan Feibelman, MD
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Neurology
Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, School Based Health Clinics, Metropolitan Human Service District
Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, Juvenile Justice Project, LSUHSC
Education and Training:
Amherst College , 1989, B.A. cum laude in Anthropology.
Tulane School of Medicine, 2002, M.D.
Tulane School of Medicine, Residency in General Psychiatry, 2002-2004 and 2006-2007.
Tulane School of Medicine, Residency in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2004-2006.
Tulane School of Medicine, Chief Resident in General Psychiatry, 2006-2007.
Years at Tulane:
My main interest is in psychiatric consultation to schools. Through this program we provide care to an otherwise underserved population, as well as work with school personnel to help them best address the needs of their students both within the school setting as well as in the rest of their daily lives. My practice also focuses on adolescent psychiatry, and the developmental issues faced by adolescents and the people around them. Other interests include teaching Psychiatry to medical students and residents, specifically in the school based clinics, and in stereotypic movements.
Feibelman, M and CH Zeanah, Sterotyped Movement and Reactive Attachment disorder. In: Tasman, A, J Kay, et.al., ed. Psychiatry, Third Edition. West Sussex, England: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd; 2008: 889-896.
Weston, C.E., Feibelman, M.B., Wu, K., Simon, E.E. ( 2004) Effects of EGF and IGF-1 on proliferation of cultured human proximal tubule cells after oxidant stress. Renal Failure. 26(1):13-20.
Weston, C.E., Feibelman, M.B., Wu, K., Simon, E.E. ( 1999) Effect of oxidant stress on growth factor stimulation of proliferation in cultured human proximal tubule cells. Kidney International. 56(4):1274-6.
Phone: (504) 988-5405
Fax: (504) 988-4264