Matthew Reed

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Assistant Dean for Student Affairs
School of Medicine

Assistant Clinical Professor, Psychiatry & Human Behavior

Associate Training Director, Psychiatry & Human Behavior

Director of Consultation and Liaison Psychiatry, Psychiatry & Human Behavior

Director of Education, Train New Trainers Primary Care Psychiatry Fellowship, Psychiatry & Human Behavior

M.D., University of Utah, 2010
M.P.H., University of Utah, 2010

Phone: (714) 456-8517

University of California, Irvine
UC Irvine Medical Center
101 The City Drive
Building 3, Route 88
Orange, CA 92868
Research Interests
Integrated Care, Medical Education
Academic Distinctions
Dr. Reed completed a dual residency in internal medicine and psychiatry and a subsequent pain medicine fellowship at the University of California Davis. Dr. Reed serves at the UCI School of Medicine as Assistant Dean for Student Affairs. He is also an Associate Residency Training Director and the Director of Consultation and Liaison Psychiatry for the UCI Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior.

Dr. Reed has expertise in the treatment of medically complex patients with significant psychiatric and pain condition co-morbidity. He is particularly focused on the development and training of integrated care providers in the areas of internal medicine, psychiatry, and pain medicine. He has published multiple book chapters on the treatment of pain and psychiatric conditions in the primary care setting and the treatment of medical conditions in psychiatry. He is an assistant editor and author for the second edition of Primary Care Psychiatry, a textbook focused on psychiatric care in the primary care setting. He previously served as co-editor of the depression treatment guidelines for the American College of Physicians.

Dr. Reed is an educator at heart and has received recognition for his efforts in medical student education. He was awarded both the Associated Medical Students Golden Apple Award and the School of Medicine Excellence in Teaching award for 2018. He was also selected as a Dean’s Scholar for the Clinical Foundations Series in the School of Medicine.

Dr. Reed is active in organized medicine and was recently appointed as a UCI SOM representative to the American Medical Association’s Academic Physicians Section (APS). He also regularly presents on integrated care topics on both a regional and national level and advocates for those with serious mental illness as a member of the California Psychiatric Association Government Affairs Committee.
Graduate Programs
Internal Medicine/Psychiatry

Pain Medicine (AN)

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