Reid Robison MD
Dr. Reid Robison was born in Chicago, but grew up in Toronto, Canada. He completed undergraduate studies in Neuroscience at Brigham Young University, studied anatomy at Cambridge, and then went on to medical school at the University of Utah where he obtained both his MD and MBA degrees simultaneously.
After residency training in Psychiatry at the University of Utah, Dr. Robison went on to complete fellowship training in Genetics. He started his own genetics company, where he still plays an active role on the board, and continues to share his vision for personalized medicine whenever he gets the chance. Dr. Robison has also been active in humanitarian pursuits and was part of the University of Utah’s Global Health Initiative where he made medical trips to post-quake Haiti, refugee camps along the Thai-Burma border, and rural Ghana. He also founded the Polizzi Clinic, a free mental health clinic based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Dr. Robison has served as Medical Director of Psychiatry at Intermountain Medical Center, Intermountain’s flagship hospital, providing psych consults to the ER and medical floors, and more recently worked in inpatient psychiatry at Utah Valley Hospital in Provo, UT.
Dr. Robison is a firm believer that inside every person, no matter where they are in their journey, is an inextinguishable light, with the capability for a full human life. Dr. Robison says, “Not all wounds are visible, and everyone has their unique struggle. Pain is real…but so is hope.”