Columbia University Medical Center
Bernard is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Columbia University. He is a research psychologist and board certified emergency physician who has been funded at the institutional, state, and federal level for his work on mental health in both patients and providers. He is currently PI on an NIH funded R01 study examining psychological outcomes following stroke and PI of another study looking at the long term development of burnout and cardiovascular risk in nurses and doctors. He received his PhD in Psychology at Harvard, his MD at Stanford, and completed his residency training at the Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency Program (Massachusetts General Hospital/Brigham and Women's Hospital).