Tristan Gorrindo, M.D., is a child and adolescent psychiatrist at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA. He is a faculty member within the MGH Center for Mental Health and the Media with a special expertise in internet media.
Gorrindo is an Instructor in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and an Assistant Editor of the Harvard Review of Psychiatry. He is interested in the role technology plays in influencing normal human development, and has published in JAMA and other peer-reviewed journals papers examining the relationship between technology and mental health. He has appeared on NPR to discuss internet safety, and he has given several invited talks on the
subject of teens and technology in both the academic and private sector arenas. Gorrindo is currently the Associate Director of the Medical Student Clerkship in Psychiatry at MGH and he works with the MGH Academy, the hospital's post-graduate medical education group, exploring innovative ways in which technology can be used in medical education. Gorrindo graduated from medical school at Vanderbilt University and completed his psychiatry training in adult and child psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital.