Haniya Raza, DO, MPH
301-827-7117 (office) 301-283-8542 (mobile)
Dr. Raza is a child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist serving as medical officer in the Psychiatry Consultation Liaison Service in the Office of the Clinical Director in the National Institute of Mental Health Intramural Research Program at the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Raza serves as Associate Director of the Psychiatry Consultation Liaison Service in the Hatfield Clinical Research Center. Dr. Raza previously was the Medical Director of the Center for Autism Spectrum Disorders at Children’s National Health System from 2010 to 2018 and focused her clinical work on treatment of comorbid psychiatric disorders in children, adolescents and young adults with developmental disabilities and complex medical conditions. She was also involved in teaching medical students, residents and fellows.
Dr. Raza completed three years of general psychiatry residency training at Georgetown University. She subsequently did her 4th year of psychiatry residency, focusing on psychosomatic medicine, in the OCD at NIMH. She next pursued Psychosomatic Medicine fellowship training in a joint program with Georgetown University and NIMH. Dr. Raza did a second fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry fellowship at Children’s National. She is board certified in General Psychiatry, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychosomatic Medicine.
Her research interests are in topics related to psychiatric disorders presenting in children and adolescents with developmental disabilities and complex medical illness. She is the recipient of Washingtonian Magazine’s Top Doctor Award in 2016 and 2017, as well as the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellows Distinguished Teacher Award in 2015. Dr. Raza is on the executive council of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Society of Greater Washington, serving as Secretary since 2016.
Adaptations Made To Pediatric Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Service Delivery During The Early Months Of The COVID-19 Pandemic: A North American Multisite Survey. Brahmbhatt, Khyati Mournet, A. M., Malas, N., DeSouza, C., Greenblatt, J., Afzal, K. I., Giles, L. L., Charoensook, J., Feuer, V., Raza, H., Mooneyham, G. C., Pergjika, A., Schlesinger, A., Chapman, A., Strain, A., Gandhi, B., Johnson, K., Mroczkowski, M. M., Ibeziako, P., Graham, R., Yoon, Y., Plioplys, S., Fuchs, C., Shaw, R. J. and Pao, M. et al. (2021) Journal Of The Academy Of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry. PMID: 34033972
Gene Expression Profiles Predict Emergence of Psychiatric Adverse Events in HIV/HCV-Coinfected Patients onIinterferon-Based HCV Therapy. Rasimas J, Katsounas A, Raza H, et al. (2012). J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr. PMID: 22728749
Mania: Psychiatric Manifestations of the Antiphospholipid Syndrome. Raza H, Epstein SA, Pao M, Rosenstein DL. (2008) Psychosomatics. PMID: 18794513
Pediatric Psychosomatic Medicine: an Annotated Bibliography. Pao M, Ballard ED, Raza H, Rosenstein DL. (2007) Psychosomatics. PMID: 17478587
Facilitating Treatment of Anxiety Disorders in Patients with Comorbid Medical Illness. Hicks DW, Raza H. (2005) Curr Psychiatry Rep. PMID: 15935138