Dr. Craig Surman is an assistant professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and the Scientific Coordinator of the Adult ADHD Research Program at Massachusetts General Hospital, which has helped develop several current treatments for ADHD that are widely in use. Dr. Surman has directed or facilitated more than forty studies related to ADHD in adults. His work has demonstrated the broad impact of ADHD on daily life including its effect on sleep, eating patterns, and emotions. Dr. Surman has studied several treatments for ADHD with his colleagues at Massachusetts General Hospital, including medication, cognitive behavioral therapy, and nutritional supplement interventions. He teaches courses on management of ADHD and presents his research nationally and internationally. He is the co-author of FAST MINDS: How to Thrive if You Have ADHD (Or Think You Might) (Berkley Books/Harvard Health Publications, 2013).