Dr. Harsch's primary clinical focus has been on the diagnosis and treatment of major psychiatric illnesses, including dementias. He has conducted studies on various psychoactive medications used to treat disorders ranging from Alzheimer's Disease, Major Depression to Schizophrenia. His subspecialty interest includes the use of psychoactive medications in the older adult and in individuals with complicating medical disorders.
Education / Training
- Doctor of Medicine - Medical College of Wisconsin - Milwaukee (1976)
- Residency - Stanford University Hospital - CA (1977-1980)
- Fellowship in Behavioral Medicine - Stanford University Medical Center - CA (1979-1980)