Dan W. Haupt, M.D.

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Special Interest:
Psychiatry (Inpatient)
Accepting Patients:
English, Spanish (some)

"I believe that physicians in general, but especially psychiatrists, must consider the entire person and the environment in which they live when diagnosing and treating an illness. This holistic approach recognizes that all elements of a system must be in balance for it to function efficiently. This is true whether the system is a single organ such as the brain, the entire person the brain resides in, or the family and society in which we live."


I attended medical school with the intention to continue my research in cardiology and add clinical practice to my career. However, my exposure to people with mental illness convinced me that I wanted to dedicate myself to improving the care and understanding of mental illness. I became involved in series of clinical studies addressing the medical problems associated with mental illness and its treatment, and received specialized research training at Washington University in St. Louis, where I completed a NIMH funded career development award. I also remained clinically active, providing care and training residents on the inpatient psychiatry service, the psychiatry consultation-liaison service, and a similar consultation service for patients with cancer. I am thrilled to be working at OHSU, where I will have the opportunity to continue to learn about mental illness and help train the next generation of psychiatrists to build on our progress.


  • Degree:
    M.D., University of Vermont College of Medicine, Burlington, VT, 1997
  • Residency:
    Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine, 2001
  • Certification:
    Psychiatry, 2002

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