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List of presidents of the American Psychiatric Association

Presidents of the American Psychiatric Association

Name Year Notes
Altha Stewart 2018–2019 Current President, first African-American elected to lead the APA. Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Director, Center for Health in Justice Involved Youth, University of Tennessee Health Science Center.[1]
Anita Everett 2017–2018 Chief Medical Officer, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and Director of the Office of Chief Medical Officers (OCMO).[2]
Maria Oquendo 2016–2017 Professor and Chairman of Psychiatry, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine.[3]
Renée Binder 2015–2016 Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, School of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) and Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship Director, UCSF Department of Psychiatry.[4][5]
Paul Summergrad 2014–2015 Dr. Frances S. Arkin Professor and Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at the Tufts University School of Medicine, Psychiatrist-in-Chief of the Tufts Medical Center.[6][7]
Jeffrey Lieberman 2013–2014 Chair of Columbia University Department of Psychiatry, principal investigator for the NIMH CATIE study.[8][9]
Dilip V. Jeste 2012-2013 First Asian-American President of the APA.[10]
John M. Oldham 2011–2012 [11]
Carol A. Bernstein 2010–2011 [12]
Alan F. Schatzberg 2009-2010 [13]
Nada Logan Stotland 2008-2009 [14]
Carolyn Robinowitz 2007–2008 [15]
Pedro Ruiz 2006-2007 [16]
Steven Sharfstein 2005–2006 [17]
Michelle Riba 2004–2005 [18]
Marcia Kraft Goin 2003-2004 [19]
Paul S. Appelbaum 2002-2003 [20]
Richard K. Harding 2001–2002 [21]
Daniel B. Borenstein 2000–2001 [22]
Allan Tasman 1999-2000 [23]
Rodrigo A. Muñoz 1998-1999 [24]
Herbert S. Sacks 1997–1998 [25]
Harold Eist 1996–1997
Mary Jane England 1995-1996 [26]
Jerry M. Wiener 1994-1995 [27]
John McIntyre 1993–1994 [28]
Joseph T. English 1992-1993 [29]
Lawrence Hartmann 1991-1992 [30]
Elissa P. Benedek 1990-1991 [31]
Herbert Pardes 1989-1990 [32]
Paul Fink 1988-1989 [33]
George H. Pollock 1987-1988 [34]
Robert O. Pasnau 1986–1987 [35]
Carol Nadelson 1985-1986 First female president of the American Psychiatric Association.[36]

First female editor-in-chief of the American Psychiatric Association Press (1986).[37]

First director of Partners Office for Women's Careers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (1998).[37]

John A. Talbott 1984-1985 113th president[38]
George Tarjan 1983-1984 [39]
H. Keith H. Brodie 1982-1983
Daniel X. Freedman 1981-1982 [40]
Donald G. Langsley 1980-1981 [41]
Alan A. Stone 1979-1980 [42]
Jules H. Masserman 1978-1979 [43]
Jack Weinberg 1977-1978 [44]
Robert W. Gibson 1976-1977 [45]
Judd Marmor 1975-1976 [46]
John Patrick Spiegel 1974-1975 103rd president[47]
Alfred M. Freedman 1973-1974 Led the effort to de-classify homosexuality as a mental illness.[48][49]
Perry Clement Talkingten 1972–1973 [50]
Ewald W. Busse 1971–1972 [51]
Robert S. Garber 1970–1971 [52] [53]
Robert Waggoner 1969–1970 [54]
Lawrence C. Kolb 1968-1969 [55]
Henry W. Brosin 1967–1968
Harvey J. Tompkins 1966–1967 [56]
Howard P. Rome 1965–1966 [57]
Daniel Blain 1964–1965 First medical director of the American Psychiatric Association and founder of the newsletter that became the journal Mental Hospitals (1951–1965), later Hospital & Community Psychiatry (1966–1994) and Psychiatric Services (1995–present).[58][59]
Jack R. Ewalt 1963–1964 [60]
C. H. Hardin Branch 1962–1963 [61]
Walter E. Barton 1961–1962 [62]
Robert H. Felix 1960-1961 [63]
William Malamud 1959–1960 [64]
Francis J. Gerty 1958–1959 [65]
Harry C. Solomon 1957–1958 [66]
Francis J. Braceland 1956–1957 [67] [53]
R. Finley Gayle Jr. 1955–1956 [68]
Aurther P. Noyes 1954–1955 [69]
Kenneth E. Appel 1953–1954
Donald Ewen Cameron 1952–1953 [70]
Leo H. Bartemeier 1951–1952 [71]
John C. Whitehorn 1950–1951 Psychiatrist in Chief from 1941-1960 at Johns Hopkins University and the Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry.[72]
George S. Stevenson 1949-1950 [73]
William Claire Menninger 1948-1949 [74] [75]
Winfred Overholser Sr. 1947-1948 [76]
Samuel W. Hamilton 1946–1947 [77]
Karl M. Bowman 1944–1946 [78]
Edward Strecker 1943–1944 Graduated from Jefferson University in 1911 Professor of Mental and Nervous Diseases (1925-1931).[79][53]
Aurther H. Ruggles 1942-1943 [80]
James King Hall 1941-1942 [81]
H. Douglas Singer 1941-1942 Died before taking office.
George H. Stevenson 1940-1941 [82]
William C. Sandy 1939-1940 [83]
Richard H. Hutchings 1938-1939 [84]
Ross McClure Chapman 1937-1938 [85]
C. Macfie Campbell 1936-1937 [86]
Clarence O. Cheney 1935-1936 [87]
C. Fred Williams 1934-1935 [88]
George H. Kirby 1933-1934 [89]
James V. May 1932-1933 [90]
William L. Russell 1931-1932
Walter M English 1930-1931
Earl D. Bond 1929-1930
Samuel T. Orton 1928-1929
Adolf Meyer 1927-1928
George M Kline 1926-1927
C. Floyd Haviland 1925-1926
William A White 1924-1925
Thomas W. Salmon 1923-1924 Mental hygiene advocate and chief consultant psychiatrist to the American Expeditionary Forces during World War I.[91]
Henry W. Mitchell 1922-1923
Albert M. Barett 1921-1922
Owen Copp 1920-1921 [92]
Henry C. Eyman 1919-1920 [92]
Elmer E. Southard 1918-1919 [93]
James V. Anglin 1917-1918 [94]
Charles G. Wagner 1916-1917 [94]
Edward N. Brush 1915-1916 [95]
Samuel E. Smith 1914-1915 [95]
Carlos Frederick MacDonald 1913–1914 [96] [97]
James T. Searcy 1912-1913 [96]
Hubert Work 1911-1912 [98]
Charles W. Pilgrim 1910-1911 [98]
William F. Drewry 1909-1910 [99]
Arthur F. Kilbourne 1908-1909 [99]
Charles P. Bancroft 1907-1908 [100]
Charles G. Hill 1906-1907 [100]
C. B. Burr 1905-1906
T.J. W. Burgess 1904-1905
A. E. Macdonald 1903-1904
G. Adler Bloomer 1902-1903
A. B. Richardson 1902-1903 Died before taking office,
Robert J. Preston 1901-1902
Peter M. Wise 1900-1901
Joseph G. Rogers 1899-1900
Henry M. Hurd 1898-1899
Richard M. Bucke 1897-1898
Theophilus O. Powell 1896-1997
Richard Dewey 1895-1896
Edward Cowles 1894-1895
John Curwen 1893-1894
J.B. Andrews 1892-1893
Daniel Clark 1891-1892
H.P. Stearns 1890-1891 Organization name changed to American Medico-Psychological Association
W.W. Godding 1889-1890
John B. Chapin 1888-1889
Eugene Grissom 1887-1888
H.A. Buttolph 1886-1887
Orpheus Everts 1885-1886
Pliny Earle 1884-1885
John P. Gray 1883-1884
J.H. Callender 1882-1883
Clement Walker 1879-1882
Charles Nichols 1873-1879
John S. Butler 1870-1873
Thomas Story Kirkbride 1862-1870
Andrew McFarland 1859-1862
Isaac Ray 1855-1859
Luther Bell 1851-1855
William Awl 1848-1851
Samuel B. Woodward 1844-1848 First president, founded as the Association of Medical Superintendents of American Institutions for the Insane

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