Scott Michael

Personal Statement

Dr. Michael specializes in evidence-based psychotherapies for PTSD. He works clinically in the PTSD Outpatient Clinic at VA Puget Sound HCS. He is a national trainer and consultant in Prolonged Exposure for PTSD. In addition, he is the Local Evidence-Based Psychotherapies Coordinator for VA Puget Sound and is the Lead Coordinator for the Northwest Region. He is on the teacher-clinician pathway with a focus on training and supervision primarily in evidence-based psychotherapy for PTSD with a secondary interest in exposure therapies for other anxiety disorders such as OCD, panic disorder and social anxiety disorder.

Recent Publications

Rare encounter: hydrocoele of canal of Nuck in a Scottish rural hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic.
(2020 Aug 11)
BMJ Case Rep 13(8):
Scott M, Helmy AH

Renin Angiotensin System Inhibitors Reduce Aortic Stiffness and Flow Reversal After a Cryptogenic Stroke.
(2020 Aug 7)
J Magn Reson Imaging
Soulat G, Jarvis K, Pathrose A, Vali A, Scott M, Syed AA, Kinno M, Prabhakaran S, Collins JD, Markl M

Transitioning from development to commercial: risk-based guidance for critical materials management in cell therapies.
(2020 Jul 23)
Scott M, Clarke D, Lipsitz Y, Brandwein H, Allickson J, Alzebdeh D, Aleksic S, Kraft C, Lhu L, Cornetta K

Central retinal artery occlusion occurring 30 years after successful revascularization surgery for moyamoya disease: case report.
(2020 Jul 23)
Acta Neurochir (Wien)
Karsten MB, Oliveira C, Segal AZ, Scott RM

Nanotherapy delivery of c-myc inhibitor targets Protumor Macrophages and preserves Antitumor Macrophages in Breast Cancer.
Theranostics 10(17): 7510-7526
Esser AK, Ross MH, Fontana F, Su X, Gabay A, Fox GC, Xu Y, Xiang J, Schmieder AH, Yang X, Cui G, Scott M, Achilefu S, Chauhan J, Fletcher S, Lanza GM, Weilbaecher KN

Show complete publication list »