We are pleased to introduce Suzanne Kerns, M.D., who joined SeattleNTC in August 2014. Dr. Kerns completed her undergraduate studies at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. She attended medical school at the University of Sydney, Australia, followed by psychiatry residency at Duke University. Dr. Kerns subsequently completed a Fellowship in Brain Stimulation at Medical University of South Carolina under the guidance of Mark S. George MD, a founding father of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS). Special clinical interests include women’s mental health, post-traumatic stress disorders and addiction disorders—and especially the developing applications for brain stimulation in these areas.