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Aneet Ahluwalia, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine and Psychiatry
Work Outpatient Care Center, Suite 3A (MC 746) 1801 W. Taylor St. Chicago, IL 60612 Home Phone: 312-355-3140 Home Phone: 312-413-3627 Website: Publications Website: Profile
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Biographical Info

Dr. Aneet Ahluwalia works in primary care as part of his outpatient practice. Dr. Ahluwalia also provides some outpatient psychiatric care. He is interested in integrated healthcare of mind and body as well as medical education. His other role is director of the psychiatric consult service.

Education History:

Medical School: University of Illinois at Chicago
Residency: Northshore Evanston
Psychiatry Residency: University of Illinois at Chicago

Research Projects:

Targeting Anhedonia in Cocaine Use Disorder” aims to investigate how anhedonia affects outcomes in contingency management (CM) treatment for Cocaine Use Disorder (CUD) and whether anhedonia mediates the effects of adjunctive treatment with a dopaminergic (DAergic) drug, d-amphetamine, on outcomes in CM for CUD, as well as investigate the contribution of anhedonia to overall CUD severity.

 

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Updated 7 months ago.

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CLASS Fellowship

Aneet Ahluwalia, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine and Psychiatry
Work Outpatient Care Center, Suite 3A (MC 746) 1801 W. Taylor St. Chicago, IL 60612 Home Phone: 312-355-3140 Home Phone: 312-413-3627 Website: Publications Website: Profile
Photo of Aneet Ahluwalia MD

Biographical Info

Dr. Aneet Ahluwalia works in primary care as part of his outpatient practice. Dr. Ahluwalia also provides some outpatient psychiatric care. He is interested in integrated healthcare of mind and body as well as medical education. His other role is director of the psychiatric consult service.

Education History:

Medical School: University of Illinois at Chicago
Residency: Northshore Evanston
Psychiatry Residency: University of Illinois at Chicago

Research Projects:

Targeting Anhedonia in Cocaine Use Disorder” aims to investigate how anhedonia affects outcomes in contingency management (CM) treatment for Cocaine Use Disorder (CUD) and whether anhedonia mediates the effects of adjunctive treatment with a dopaminergic (DAergic) drug, d-amphetamine, on outcomes in CM for CUD, as well as investigate the contribution of anhedonia to overall CUD severity.

 

Resume

Categories: DOM – AIM – Faculty
Updated 7 months ago.
Geriatric Fellowship

Aneet Ahluwalia, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine and Psychiatry
Work Outpatient Care Center, Suite 3A (MC 746) 1801 W. Taylor St. Chicago, IL 60612 Home Phone: 312-355-3140 Home Phone: 312-413-3627 Website: Publications Website: Profile
Photo of Aneet Ahluwalia MD

Biographical Info

Dr. Aneet Ahluwalia works in primary care as part of his outpatient practice. Dr. Ahluwalia also provides some outpatient psychiatric care. He is interested in integrated healthcare of mind and body as well as medical education. His other role is director of the psychiatric consult service.

Education History:

Medical School: University of Illinois at Chicago
Residency: Northshore Evanston
Psychiatry Residency: University of Illinois at Chicago

Research Projects:

Targeting Anhedonia in Cocaine Use Disorder” aims to investigate how anhedonia affects outcomes in contingency management (CM) treatment for Cocaine Use Disorder (CUD) and whether anhedonia mediates the effects of adjunctive treatment with a dopaminergic (DAergic) drug, d-amphetamine, on outcomes in CM for CUD, as well as investigate the contribution of anhedonia to overall CUD severity.

 

Resume

Categories: DOM – AIM – Faculty
Updated 7 months ago.
PREMIER T32 Fellowship

Aneet Ahluwalia, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine and Psychiatry
Work Outpatient Care Center, Suite 3A (MC 746) 1801 W. Taylor St. Chicago, IL 60612 Home Phone: 312-355-3140 Home Phone: 312-413-3627 Website: Publications Website: Profile
Photo of Aneet Ahluwalia MD

Biographical Info

Dr. Aneet Ahluwalia works in primary care as part of his outpatient practice. Dr. Ahluwalia also provides some outpatient psychiatric care. He is interested in integrated healthcare of mind and body as well as medical education. His other role is director of the psychiatric consult service.

Education History:

Medical School: University of Illinois at Chicago
Residency: Northshore Evanston
Psychiatry Residency: University of Illinois at Chicago

Research Projects:

Targeting Anhedonia in Cocaine Use Disorder” aims to investigate how anhedonia affects outcomes in contingency management (CM) treatment for Cocaine Use Disorder (CUD) and whether anhedonia mediates the effects of adjunctive treatment with a dopaminergic (DAergic) drug, d-amphetamine, on outcomes in CM for CUD, as well as investigate the contribution of anhedonia to overall CUD severity.

 

Resume

Categories: DOM – AIM – Faculty
Updated 7 months ago.
POCUS Fellowship

Aneet Ahluwalia, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine and Psychiatry
Work Outpatient Care Center, Suite 3A (MC 746) 1801 W. Taylor St. Chicago, IL 60612 Home Phone: 312-355-3140 Home Phone: 312-413-3627 Website: Publications Website: Profile
Photo of Aneet Ahluwalia MD

Biographical Info

Dr. Aneet Ahluwalia works in primary care as part of his outpatient practice. Dr. Ahluwalia also provides some outpatient psychiatric care. He is interested in integrated healthcare of mind and body as well as medical education. His other role is director of the psychiatric consult service.

Education History:

Medical School: University of Illinois at Chicago
Residency: Northshore Evanston
Psychiatry Residency: University of Illinois at Chicago

Research Projects:

Targeting Anhedonia in Cocaine Use Disorder” aims to investigate how anhedonia affects outcomes in contingency management (CM) treatment for Cocaine Use Disorder (CUD) and whether anhedonia mediates the effects of adjunctive treatment with a dopaminergic (DAergic) drug, d-amphetamine, on outcomes in CM for CUD, as well as investigate the contribution of anhedonia to overall CUD severity.

 

Resume

Categories: DOM – AIM – Faculty
Updated 7 months ago.

Staff

Aneet Ahluwalia, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine and Psychiatry
Work Outpatient Care Center, Suite 3A (MC 746) 1801 W. Taylor St. Chicago, IL 60612 Home Phone: 312-355-3140 Home Phone: 312-413-3627 Website: Publications Website: Profile
Photo of Aneet Ahluwalia MD

Biographical Info

Dr. Aneet Ahluwalia works in primary care as part of his outpatient practice. Dr. Ahluwalia also provides some outpatient psychiatric care. He is interested in integrated healthcare of mind and body as well as medical education. His other role is director of the psychiatric consult service.

Education History:

Medical School: University of Illinois at Chicago
Residency: Northshore Evanston
Psychiatry Residency: University of Illinois at Chicago

Research Projects:

Targeting Anhedonia in Cocaine Use Disorder” aims to investigate how anhedonia affects outcomes in contingency management (CM) treatment for Cocaine Use Disorder (CUD) and whether anhedonia mediates the effects of adjunctive treatment with a dopaminergic (DAergic) drug, d-amphetamine, on outcomes in CM for CUD, as well as investigate the contribution of anhedonia to overall CUD severity.

 

Resume

Categories: DOM – AIM – Faculty
Updated 7 months ago.

Affiliated Faculty

Aneet Ahluwalia, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine and Psychiatry
Work Outpatient Care Center, Suite 3A (MC 746) 1801 W. Taylor St. Chicago, IL 60612 Home Phone: 312-355-3140 Home Phone: 312-413-3627 Website: Publications Website: Profile
Photo of Aneet Ahluwalia MD

Biographical Info

Dr. Aneet Ahluwalia works in primary care as part of his outpatient practice. Dr. Ahluwalia also provides some outpatient psychiatric care. He is interested in integrated healthcare of mind and body as well as medical education. His other role is director of the psychiatric consult service.

Education History:

Medical School: University of Illinois at Chicago
Residency: Northshore Evanston
Psychiatry Residency: University of Illinois at Chicago

Research Projects:

Targeting Anhedonia in Cocaine Use Disorder” aims to investigate how anhedonia affects outcomes in contingency management (CM) treatment for Cocaine Use Disorder (CUD) and whether anhedonia mediates the effects of adjunctive treatment with a dopaminergic (DAergic) drug, d-amphetamine, on outcomes in CM for CUD, as well as investigate the contribution of anhedonia to overall CUD severity.

 

Resume

Categories: DOM – AIM – Faculty
Updated 7 months ago.