CAROL LANDAU, Ph.D. is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry & Human Behavior and Medicine. She is also Co-Director of Psychology and Psychiatry in Primary Care Curriculum in the General Internal Medicine Residency. She has been awarded Brown's Excellence in Clinical Teaching Award and the Beckwith Family Teaching Award. Dr. Landau also maintains an independent practice as a consulting clinical psychologist. She presents papers and seminars on curricular development, primary care education, women's health, depression and student mental health.
Dr. Landau is a health consultant with expertise in depression. She has served as a consultant to numerous health care practices and consulting firms, including Burson-Marsteller and Ketchum Associates. She is a co-founder of Women's Health Associates, a Brown Medical School-affiliated multidisciplinary practice. Dr. Landau is also a member of the medical advisory board of the National Women's Health Resource Center (www.healthywomen.org).
Her latest book is Mood Prep 101: A Parent's Guide to Preventing Depression and Anxiety in College- Bound Students (Oxford, 2020)