Binh Dinh

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Binh Q. Dinh, MD, FAPA

Binh was born in Vietnam and immigrated to the U.S. as a refugee at age four, and grew up in Southern California. He met his wife, a Michigander, while attending medical school at Howard University in Washington DC. Following medical training, they moved to Michigan where Binh has worked primarily with large hospital systems. In 2019, he charted a new direction in his career by joining MSU Counseling & Psychiatric Services to serve college-age students.

Binh has broad experience in training psychiatry residents as well as students in human medicine, nurse practitioner and physician assistant programs. He is passionate about the value of collaborative care with all team members within the behavioral health continuum and those in general medicine. Through an integrated approach, Binh believes in treatment plans that are more cohesive and holistic, bringing better outcomes for patients.
 
Education:

  • UCLA, B.S., Biochemistry
  • Drexel University, M.S., Medical Sciences
  • Howard University College of Medicine, M.D.
  • Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Adult Psychiatry Residency
  • Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association (FAPA)

Professional Interests include:

  • Treatment-resistant depression
  • Anxiety disorders
  • 1st generation college students
  • Immigrant populations
  • Yoga as an adjunctive or complementary treatment for depression and anxiety