Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Dr. Matthew Menza is a professor of psychiatry and neurology and the interim chair of the department of psychiatry at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Jersey.
Dr. Menza has been researching the psychiatric aspects of Parkinson's disease (PD) for many years. He is widely regarded for his work on the non-motor aspects of PD and has served on many National Institutes of Health (NIH) committees and study sections. He was the lead researcher on the NIH-sponsored trial of depression in people with PD, which was just completed. He is also the lead researcher on the first multi-center, controlled trial of insomnia in PD.
Dr. Menza is also an active researcher in general psychopharmacology. He conducts clinical psychopharmacology trials focused on anxiety, depression and sleep. He has written over 90 journal articles and book chapters. He co-edited, with Dr. Laura Marsh of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, a book on the non-motor aspects of PD, entitled, Psychiatric Issues in Parkinson's Disease: Practical Management. Dr. Menza is listed in Who's Who in America and both the Castle Connolly Guide to the "Top Doctors in the New York Metro Area," and New Jersey Monthly "Top Doctors in New Jersey."
Dr. Menza received his medical degree from Temple University School of Medicine and performed his internship and residency in psychiatry at the Bellevue Hospital Center affiliated with New York University. He also finished his fellowship in psychosomatic medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
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