Curriculum Vitae

Hisla Bates, M.D. 

Academic Training: 

    6/1981 B.F.A Parsons School of Design, New York, NY, Fashion Design

    6/1988  Hunter College, New York, NY, Post Bac Pre-Medical Studies

    6/1993 MD University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, Buffalo, NewYork

    

Additional Training: 

    7/1993-6/1994    Resident in Internal Medicine, Yale University, New Haven,CT

    7/1994-6/1995    Resident in Ophthalmology, Yale University, New Haven CT    

    9/1995-8/1997    Resident in Psychiatry, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY

    9/1997-8/1999    Fellow in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Harvard University, Boston, MA

Honors:

    6/1987    Rockefeller University Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowship

    6/1987    BFSARE Academic Scholarship for academic recognition, Hunter College, New York

    6/1990    Medical Education Community Orientation Fellowship, Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo, NY Department of Thoracic Surgery and Oncology

    6/1992    James Comer Research Fellowship Award, American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

    6/1998    American Psychiatric Association Mini-Fellowship

    6/1998    The Presidential Scholar Award, American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

    6/1999    Hoescht Marion Roussel Travel Fellowship for Women Residents in Psychiatry, American Psychiatric Association

 Certification:

    5/2008    American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Board Certification, Psychiatry #58174

    11/2013    American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Board Certification, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry #8387

    9/2016    Certification in Positive Psychology 

    

Invited Lectures and Conference Presentations:

 

Regional/Local:

    March 1998    “Group Art Experience for Inner-City Children”, Harvard Medical School Seminar for Consolidated Programs in Child Psychiatry, Cambridge, MA 

   October 24, 2007“Meet the Artist Series,” Cambridge Center for Adult Education, Cambridge, MA [Invited Lecture]

    May 13, 2009     “Opioid Dependence”, North Shore Medical Center, Hunt Center, Danvers, MA [Lecture for Nursing CEU]

    February 9, 2011     “Psychiatry as a Career”, Brockton High School, Brockton, MA [Invited Lecture]

      June, 13, 2011    “The Assessment of Patients with Suicidal Behaviors: How do You Determine Level of

Risk”, Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership, Boston, MA [Lecture for Staff CEU]         

    November 16, 2011” Opioid Dependence: Current Trends and Issues for Youth, Massachusetts Behavioral Health Partnership, Boston, MA [Lecture for Staff CEU]

    December 5, 2011    “Screening for Adolescent Substance Abuse: The CRAFFT Questionnaire”, Northeast Behavioral Health, Haverhill, MA [Invited Lecture Conference for Providers]

    December 8, 2011    “Screening for Adolescent Substance Abuse: The CRAFFT Questionnaire”, South Shore Mental Health, Quincy, MA [Invited Lecture Conference for Providers]    

  December 12,2011“Screening for Adolescent Substance Abuse: The CRAFFT Questionnaire”, MBHP Regional Office, Holyoke, MA [Invited Lecture Conference for Providers]

    December 13, 2011 “Screening for Adolescent Substance Abuse: The CRAFFT Questionnaire”, MBHP South East Regional Offices, Hyannis, MA [Invited Lecture Conference for Providers]

    December 19, 2011 “Screening for Adolescent Substance Abuse: The CRAFFT Questionnaire”, MBHP Regional Office, Worcester, MA [Invited Lecture Conference for Providers]

    October 17, 2012 “Antipsychotics: Indications and Adverse Effects, Massachusetts Behavioral Health    Partnership, Boston, MA [Lecture for Staff Continuing Education]

      February 9, 2014“Blended Families”, Community Conversations, Cambridge, MA [Invited Panel Speaker]

    March 27, 2014    “The Art of Triage: A Humanistic Approach to Case Presentation for the Emergency Service Professional”, Solomon Carter Fuller Library, Boston Medical Center, Boston, MA [Invited Lecture for BEST Team]

    September 12,2014 “The Art of Triage: A Humanistic Approach to Case Presentation for the EmergencyService Professional”, Clark University, Worcester, MA [Lecture for Providers]

    

 

 

National:

1987    “Langerhans Cell Distribution in Psoriatic Plaques is Similar to that In Delayed Hypersensitivity Reactions”, National Institutes of Health Centennial MBRS-MARC Symposium, Arlington, VA[Invited Presentation]

 

 

Bibliography: 

 

Original, Peer Reviewed Articles:

  1. Gottlieb, AB, Bates, H, Carter, DM. Langerhans cell distribution in psoriatic plaques is similar to that in delayed hypersensitivity reactions. Clinical Research 1988; 36 (3):376A

 

Articles and Newsletters:

  1. The Importance of Relapse Prevention Plans. Health Highlights, MassHealth Newsletter, Winter, 2011
  2. Monitoring Second Generation Antipsychotic medications in a Primary Care Setting, MassHealth Primary Care Clinician Plan Newsletter Quarterly, Winter 2011
  3. Motivational Interviewing for Primary Care Clinicians, The MassHealthPrimary Care Provider Toolkit, 2013
  4. Medication Assisted Treatment of Substance use Disorders, The MassHealth Primary Care Provider Toolkit, 2013
  5. Stimulants and the New Black Box Warning, Massachusetts Child Psychiatry Access (MCPAP) Newsletter, July 2014
  6. Metabolic Syndrome, Primary Care Provider Newsletter for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Fall 2015