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Assistant Professor


MD, Johns Hopkins
Fellowship, Johns Hopkins

Julia N. Riddle, MD is a psychiatrist and clinical researcher with a focus in reproductive mental health. She trained at Johns Hopkins for medical school, psychiatry residency, and a two-year Advance Reproductive Psychiatry clinical-research fellowship. She joined the UNC Center for Women’s Mood Disorders in 2022. In addition to serving the perinatal population as an outpatient physician, Dr. Riddle has opened a clinic focused on treating patients that experience pregnancy and neonatal loss. Her research focused on perinatal anxiety, premenstrual dysphoric disorder, and perinatal loss. Dr. Riddle is also part of the National Curriculum in Reproductive Psychiatry (NCRP). She helped develop and facilitate the first advanced national practicum for multidisciplinary learners in 2022 and is now the leader for the next event in 2024. She is also part of a national group of obstetricians and psychiatrists developing didactic material for obstetricians.