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Department of Psychiatric Medicine
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Thomas H. Clay, M. D.

Department of Psychiatric Medicine
4E-94A Brody Building/905 Johns Hopkins Drive
Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University
Greenville, NC  27834

Phone: 252-744-2986
Fax: 252-744-2419
E-mail: clayth@ecu.edu

Faculty Rank: Clinical Associate Professor

Administrative Role: Director-Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic

Education:

1983-1985 Child Psychiatry Fellowship, North Carolina Memorial Hospital
1980-1983 Psychiatry Residency, North Carolina Memorial Hospital
1979 Doctor of Medicine, University of North Carolina School of Medicine
1973 BS in Chemistry and Physics, East Carolina University

Research Experience:
Research Associate, The Acute Effects of Carbamazepine

Principle Investigator: C. Thomas Gualtieri, MD   Sponsor: Child Development Institute, UNC at Chapel Hill

Research Associate, A Double-Bling Comparison of the Efficacy and Safety of Bupropion versus Placebo in Children with Attention Deficit and/or Conduct Disorder

Principle Investigator: C. Thomas Gualtieri, MD   Sponsor; Burroughs Wellcome Company, Raleigh

Research Associate, Study of Piracetam in Dyslexic Children

Principle Investigators: C. Thomas Gualtieri, MD & Lynne Feagans, PhD

Sponsor: G. H. Basselaar Associates, New Jersey

Publications:
Clay, T. H. MD; Gualtieri, C. T., MD; Evans, R. W., PhD; Gullion, C. M., PhD: Clinical and Neuropsychological Effects of the Novel Anti-depressant, Bupropion. Psychopharmacy Bulletin.,1:143-8, 1988.

Evans, R. W., PhD; Clay, T. H., MD; Gualtieri, C. T., MD:  Carbamazepine in Pediatric Psychiatry. Journal American Academy Child and Adolescent Psychology, 1:2-8, 1987.

Clay, M.C., and Clay, T. H. A Tactic for Change. Training and Development Journal, 2:75-6, 1985.