Robert Pulliam

Robert Jarreau Pulliam , MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical

Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience
260 Stetson St
Suite 3200
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
Phone 513-588-4817

Professional Summary

After graduating medical school at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, I stayed in Cincinnati for residency. Training in Family Medicine and Psychiatry while in Cincinnati allowed me to explore and practice both physical and mental health problems within the same setting. I joined the UC Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neuroscience, as well as Family and Community Medicine, in order to continue exploring new ways to integrate primary care and mental health services.


Doctor of Medicine: University of Cincinnati College of Medicine Cincinnati, OH, 2012

Bachelor of Science: The Ohio State University Columbus, OH, 2006 (Biology)


American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (Psychiatry) (Certification Date: 09-18-2017 )

Clinical Interests



Family Medicine


Research and Practice Interests

Bi-Polar Disorder, Substance Abuse and Dependency

Positions and Work Experience

08-20-2017 - Assistant Professor, Psychiatry, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine,

08-20-2017 - Consult Liaison Psychiatrist, UC Health Medical Center,


Invited Presentations

Robert Pulliam (08-2017. ) Bipolar Disorders: Primary Care Approach .Professional Conference, University of Cincinnati Public Health Department. Other Institution. . Level:Local

Professional Affiliation

2012 -To Present: Association of Medicine and Psychiatry

2016 -To Present: American Association of Addiction Psychiatry

2012 -To Present: General Member American Medical Association,

2012 -To Present: General Member American Psychiatric Association,

2012 -To Present: General Member American Academy of Family Physicians,

Other Information

Bio: I was born in Fort Campbell, KY, the son of two Army veterans. After living in multiple cities throughout the country, and even overseas, we moved to Circleville, OH, where I finished high school.  I graduated from OSU (Go Bucks!!) with a BS in 2006 and then worked as a research biologist in Ashland, OH, conducting pre-clinical safety assessment studies for pharmaceuticals and consumer products. Having a strong passion for service, and wanting to have a greater impact on underserved populations, I decided that becoming a physician would be the best option for fulfilling my dreams.  I attended school at UC  exploring the amazing network of resources and opportunities that Cincinnati has to offer. I will be joining the Family Medicine/Psychiatry program at University and Christ Hospitals to use my training and passion to continue serving indigent and homeless populations throughout my career. I also look forward to the opportunity to engage the communities that I serve by actively participating and creating community programs intended to empower its members, and improve healthcare and education within the inner-city.,

Contact Information

Academic - Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience
260 Stetson St
Cincinnati  Ohio, 45219
Phone: 513-588-4817