Dr. Amit Chopra is a Psychiatrist at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). Dr. Chopra completed his medical training at Sawai Man Singh College, Jaipur, India in 2003, followed by research and clinical training in UK at King’s College London and University College London between 2003-2007. Dr. Chopra completed his Adult Psychiatry Residency, Sleep Medicine Fellowship, and Deep Brain Stimulation Fellowship at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota in between 2007-2013. Dr. Chopra has multiple areas of interests including mood disorders, sleep disorders, and brain stimulation interventions for psychiatric disorders. Dr. Chopra has served as a Medical Director for Center for Treatment-Resistant Depression and Center for Psychiatric Neuromodulation in addition to his role as a President of Pittsburgh Psychiatric Society prior to him joining MGH. Dr. Chopra has received multiple prestigious research and clinical awards for his work including Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. Dr. Chopra has been invited to regional, national, and international meetings as a speaker and he has also co-authored a book ‘Management of Sleep Disorders in Psychiatry’.