Michael Terman, American psychologist, chronobiologist. Achievements include research in system for bright light treatment of depression and circadian disturbances, especially seasonal affective disorder, and system for naturalistic simulation of twilight, moonlight, and daylight. Recipient Research Science Development award National Institute of Mental Health, 1983, grantee, 1997.
Assistant professor Brown University, Providence, 1968-1969. Professor Northeastern University, Boston, 1969-1984. Research scientist New York State Psychiatric Institute, since 1981.
Professor College Physicians and Surgeons Columbia University, New York City, since 1984. Consultant Public Health Service Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, Bethesda, Maryland, 1990-1993. President Center for Environmental Therapeutics, Georgetown, Company, since 1993.
1968 - 1969
1969 - 1984