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Nancy Raymond, MD

Professor, Psychiatry

Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs and Development University of Wisconsin-Madison

BIRCWH External Advisory Board, Member


Nancy Raymond, MD, is the Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Development at the School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH), University of Wisconsin-Madison. Raymond received her MD from the University of Minnesota Medical School (UMN). After completing her residency in psychiatry, she was recruited to join the faculty at her alma mater where she advanced through the ranks to become a professor in the Psychiatry Department. She also served as the associate dean for faculty affairs at the UMN for three years prior to joining the dean’s office at SMPH. While at the UMN Medical School, she served as the founding director of the UMN Center of Excellence in Women’s Health. She was recognized for her training and mentoring of women’s health researchers as the principal investigator of the UMN Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women’s Health K12 NIH grant which was successfully renewed twice before her move to Wisconsin. One of her focus areas as associate dean is working to increase the diversity of faculty, staff, and students in the medical school. Working in this area has been a passion of hers since attending the AAMC Healthcare Executive Diversity and Inclusion Certificate Program. Her research interests are focused on studying the role of impulsivity in eating disorders, particularly bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder. She has also used similar methodology to study the role of impulsivity and problematic sexual behavior, sometimes referred to as sexual addiction.