Suzanne Jasberg, MD

Adult Interventional Psychiatrist
Co-Director of the Center for Neurotherapeutics

EDUCATION

Medical Degree: University of Minnesota
Residency: University of Minnesota
Fellowship: First Episode Psychosis, University of Minnesota
Board Certification: American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology: Adult

Dr. Jasberg was born and raised in the Twin Cities.  She attended the University of Minnesota for undergraduate studies in Biochemistry and subsequently completed a medical degree at the University of Minnesota in 2010.  She then completed a general psychiatry residency with a clinical fellowship in first episode psychosis. After graduation, she spent over two years as a fulltime faculty member, Medical Director of first episode psychosis program and Executive Director of the transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) program at the University of Minnesota. Additionally, she attended on an inpatient psychiatry unit focused on acute stabilization of psychotic disorders. Her current clinical focus includes the assessment and treatment of first episode or early episode psychosis patients. She also specializes in treatment-resistant depression and neurotherapeutic treatment techniques, including TMS. Her research is focused on non-surgical brain stimulation in depression and schizophrenia, as well as program development in first episode psychosis treatment.

Dr. Jasberg co-directs the Center for Neurotherapeutics at PrairieCare which is focused on ground-breaking technologies used in the treatment of complex disorders such as Major Depressive Disorder.

Dr. Jasberg enjoys spending time with friends and family, traveling, cooking, and enjoying time at the lake in the summer!
Certified Brainsway Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Provider


PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

American Psychiatric Association, Clinical TMS Society

SPECIAL CLINICAL INTERESTS

First episode psychosis
Treatment Resistant Depression
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

PUBLICATIONS

Jasberg, Suzanne G, Kelvin O. Lim. “Neuroimaging and Other Neuroscience Measures” Schizophrenia and Related Disorders Primer. Oxford University Press. 2016.

Schulz, S. Charles, Michael O’Sullivan, Danielle Goerke, and Suzanne Jasberg. “Early Stage Schizophrenia: Assessment and Treatment.” Glen Gabbard. 2014.

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Additional Info

Children, Adolescents: 16+
Adults: Yes