Dr. Surman is an Assistant
Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School.
He is the Scientific Coordinator of the Adult ADHD Research Program at Massachusetts General Hospital one of the largest research progams of its kind in the world. Dr. Surman has directed or facilitated over forty studies related to ADHD in adults, and co-authored over forty articles in peer-reviewed publications.
Dr. Surman graduated from Oberlin College and University of Massachusetts Medical School.
He trained in Psychiatry and Neuropsychiatry at Harvard Medical School.
He is a Member of the Professional Advisory Board of Children and Adults with ADHD
He teaches doctors and
specialists in training at Harvard Medical School affiliated hospitals,
and directs an annual course on ADHD in adulthood for the American Psychiatric Association.
He has lectured and consulted internationally.