Richard R. Dopp is a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Michigan in the Child & Adolescent Section of the Department of Psychiatry. Dr. Dopp joined the faculty in 2007 participating in medical student, resident, and child & adolescent fellowship education. He is one of the leaders of the Depression Team in the child & adolescent ambulatory psychiatry clinic.
Dr. Dopp is also the Medical Director at the University Center for the Child & Family and the University Psychological Clinic providing psychiatric care to clients engaged in evidence-based psychotherapy with social workers, psychologists, and trainees. As part of the Michigan Child Collaborative Care (MC3) Program, he provides consultations to primary care clinicians throughout the state of Michigan.
Dr. Dopp received his B.S. in psychology from the University of Michigan in 1995 and graduated from the University of Michigan Medical School in 2001. His adult psychiatry and child & adolescent training were also conducted at the University of Michigan.
Dr. Dopp’s research focuses on the relationships among depression, exercise, sleep, and wellness in children and adolescents.
Areas of Interest
- Physical activity, sleep, and depression in adolescents.
- Prevention and early identification of depression in at-risk populations.
- 2001 - M.D., University of Michigan Medical School