Ronald Rieder

Ronald Rieder, MD




Dr. Rieder's interests have been in the areas of schizophrenia,  genetics and psychiatric education.

As of 1979, Dr. Rieder became a residency education director, and has focused his academic work and publications on teaching and education.   He developed both clinical and research training programs, first at Columbia University and beginning in 2007, at Mount Sinai.

For these efforts, Dr. Rieder received the highest award for psychiatric education, the American Psychiatric Association and National Institute of Mental Health’s  Vesterrmark Award, in 2008.

Financial & Billing Information

Dr. Rieder conducts a private practice of psychiatry in Scarsdale, NY.  He does not participate in any insurance networks, nor in Medicare.


Psychiatry, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

Clinical Focus

  • Anxiety
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder And Attention Deficit Disorder
  • Depression
  • Schizophrenia


MD, Harvard Medical School

Internship, Pediatrics, Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins

Residency, Psychiatry, Bronx Municipal Hospital Center

Residency, Psychiatry, National Institute of Mental Health

Residency, Psychiatry, Albert Einstein College of Medicine

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