Dr. Alex Anastasiou is a top Bay Area Psychiatrist who treats Teenagers, Adults and Geriatric patients in the East Bay Area. He is a Board Certified Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and is he licensed to perform mental health evaluations and prescribe medications.
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Dr. Anastasiou grew up near the San Francisco Bay Area. He graduated from University of California, Davis with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biological Sciences with an emphasis in Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior as well as a minor in Psychology. He attended Touro University and then completed his Post Graduate Psychiatry Residency Training at the University of Nevada School of Medicine where he served as a Chief Resident.
He has given numerous lectures to medical students and physicians across different specialties, presenting at both Grand Rounds and Resident Research Day. He is up-to-date with the most recent advancements and has previously received the "Master of the PRITE" (Psychiatry Resident -In-Training Exam) Award two years in a row after scoring in the top 90th percentile among all Psychiatrists trained in the United States.