Mark Snowden

Mark Snowden, MD, MPH

Personal Statement

​I am Chief of Psychiatry at Harborview Medical Center and feel honored to work with a large, talented and highly dedicated faculty and interdisciplinary team members to provide the best behavioral health care possible. My clinical work focuses on geriatric psychiatry patients seen in nursing home settings and in geriatric medicine primary care settings. It is a privilege to participate in training the next generation of psychiatrists in my role as supervisor for psychiatry residents and geriatric psychiatry fellows. My research is centered on health services dissemination and implementation research particularly on the delivery of evidence-based mental health services to community dwelling older adults.



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Recent Publications

Integrated collaborative care intervention for depression and obesity in primary care: translation from research to practice.
(2022 Aug 1)
Health Educ Res 37(4): 227-241
Ronneberg CR, Lv N, Ajilore OA, Gerber BS, Venditti EM, Snowden MB, Steinman LE, Wittels NE, Barve A, Dosala S, Rosas LG, Kringle EA, Ma J

Cross-trial prediction of depression remission using problem-solving therapy: A machine learning approach.
(2022 Jul 1)
J Affect Disord 308(): 89-97
Kannampallil T, Dai R, Lv N, Xiao L, Lu C, Ajilore OA, Snowden MB, Venditti EM, Williams LM, Kringle EA, Ma J

Problem-solving therapy-induced amygdala engagement mediates lifestyle behavior change in obesity with comorbid depression: a randomized proof-of-mechanism trial.
(2021 Dec 1)
Am J Clin Nutr 114(6): 2060-2073
Lv N, Lefferts WK, Xiao L, Goldstein-Piekarski AN, Wielgosz J, Lavori PW, Simmons JM, Smyth JM, Stetz P, Venditti EM, Lewis MA, Rosas LG, Snowden MB, Ajilore OA, Suppes T, Williams LM, Ma J

Early changes in neural circuit function engaged by negative emotion and modified by behavioural intervention are associated with depression and problem-solving outcomes: A report from the ENGAGE randomized controlled trial.
(2021 May)
EBioMedicine 67(): 103387
Goldstein-Piekarski AN, Wielgosz J, Xiao L, Stetz P, Correa CG, Chang SE, Lv N, Rosas LG, Lavori PW, Snowden MB, Venditti EM, Simmons JM, Smyth JM, Suppes T, Lewis MA, Ajilore O, Ma J, Williams LM

Using RE-AIM to examine the potential public health impact of an integrated collaborative care intervention for weight and depression management in primary care: Results from the RAINBOW trial.
PLoS One 16(3): e0248339
Lewis MA, Wagner LK, Rosas LG, Lv N, Venditti EM, Steinman LE, Weiner BJ, Goldhaber-Fiebert JD, Snowden MB, Ma J

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