Dr. Ash Nadkarni, MD

Instructor, Harvard Medical School

Associate Psychiatrist,
Director of Digital Integrated Care, and
Director of Wellness,
Brigham and Women's Hospital

About Me

About Me

My passions are patient care and health innovation. I am an instructor at Harvard Medical School and an associate psychiatrist at Brigham and Women's Hospital. I evaluate patients in General Psychiatry and work as a consultant to the Crohn's and Colitis Center, as well as Endocrinology and Primary Care practices at BWH. I am trained in psychopharmacology and transcranial magnetic stimulation. I also serve as director of the telehealth and physician wellness programs for the Department of Psychiatry.



Details available in:

Marchioni Beery RM, Barnes EL, Nadkarni A, Korzenik JR. Suicidal Behavior Among Hospitalized Adults With Inflammatory Bowel Disease: A United States Nationwide Analysis. Inflamm Bowel Dis. 2017 12 19; 24(1):25-34. PMID: 29272476.

Petrocchi N, Asnaani A, Martinez AP, Nadkarni A, Hofmann SG. Differences Between People Who Use Only Facebook And Those Who Use Facebook Plus Twitter. Int J Hum Comput Interact. 2015 Feb 01; 31(2):157-165. PMID: 26997849.

Nadkarni A, Oldham MA, Howard M, Berenbaum I. Drug-drug interactions between warfarin and psychotropics: updated review of the literature. Pharmacotherapy. 2012 Oct; 32(10):932-42. PMID: 23033232.

Nadkarni A, Hofmann SG. Why Do People Use Facebook? Pers Individ Dif. 2012 Feb 01; 52(3):243-249. PMID: 22544987.

Nadkarni A, Oldham M, Howard M, Lazar HL, Berenbaum I. Detrimental effects of divalproex on warfarin therapy following mechanical valve replacement. J Card Surg. 2011 Sep; 26(5):492-4. PMID: 21859435.

Nadkarni A, Smith EG. Stimulant medication use and sudden death in youths: considering unmeasured covariates. Am J Psychiatry. 2010 Feb; 167(2):213-4; author reply 214-5. PMID: 20123922.

Poteete AR, Fenton AC, Nadkarni A. Chromosomal duplications and cointegrates generated by the bacteriophage lamdba Red system in Escherichia coli K-12. BMC Mol Biol. 2004 Dec 13; 5(1):22. PMID: 15596011; PMCID: PMC545071.