• Charles Morgan

    Forensic Psychiatrist at Yale School of Medicine & National Center for PTSD

    Dr. Morgan is a Forensic Psychiatrist at Yale University School of Medicine & with the National Center for PTSD at VA Connecticut in West Haven, CT. Dr. Morgan received his medical degree from Loma Linda University School of Medicine in 1986. He completed his residency training in psychiatry at Yale University in 1990.  He then joined the faculty of medicine at Yale University & the National Center for PTSD and has been with them for the past 24 years. Dr. Morgan has received grants and has published over 100 peer reviewed scientific papers on learning, stress, PTSD and performance in Special Operations forces. For his work Dr. Morgan was awarded the U.S. Army Award for Patriotic Service in 2008 and awarded the 2010 Sir Henry Welcome Medal and Prize for his development of interventions to buffer the negative impact of stress on human cognition, memory, learning and operational performance. Dr. Morgan is a selection and assessment and operational psychiatric subject matter expert for the U.S. Army’s Asymmetric Warfare Group, Fort Meade, MD. The products developed from his research have been vetted and validated domestically as well as in a theatre of operations (Afghanistan). Dr. Morgan has recently completed two grants on credibility assessment issues for the FBI and is serving on the National Academy of Science Committee for Eyewitness Identification.  His private consulting practice is in New Haven, CT.

    psychiatry.yale.edu/people/charles_a_morgan-2.profile

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