David W. Goodman, MD
Dr. Goodman is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He is also Director of the Adult Attention Deficit Disorder Center of Maryland in Lutherville and Director of Suburban Psychiatric Associates, LLC. A 1983 graduate of Albany Medical College of Union University, Dr. Goodman completed a medical/psychiatric internship at Baltimore City Hospital and his psychiatric residency at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1986. Dr. Goodman has continued a full time clinical practice focusing on the diagnosis and treatment of mood disorders, adult Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Anxiety Disorders. For almost 30 years, he has been teaching psychiatric residents at The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Dr. Goodman has presented over 600 lectures to primary care physicians, psychiatrists, medical specialists and the general public. His psychiatric commentary has been featured on national (ABC World News, CNN Anderson Cooper 360, ESPN Sports Center) and regional television around the country, PBS and national affiliate stations, national magazines (U.S. News and World Report, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, USA Weekend Magazine, Boston Globe, BusinessWeek) and radio interviews around the country. Dr. Goodman has been an ADHD consultant to Major League Baseball and now a consultant to the National Football League.
Dr. Goodman has been a Principal Investigator for multi-site Phase II and III drug trials for the treatment of adult Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Major Depression. Dr. Goodman is the lead author on the largest adult ADHD trial published and the lead author on the largest survey assessment of physician clinical practice for adults with ADHD. He has published articles in peer-reviewed journals, authored four book chapters and The Black Book of ADHD. He serves as a prepublication peer reviewer for several national and international psychiatric journals. He continues to treat patients in a full time clinical practice.