Advanced TMS associates brings together an experienced team of psychiatrists and certified neurotherapy technicians. Utilizing cutting-edge technology and advanced procedures, we have achieved significant results in treating patients suffering from depression and other neurological and psychiatric disorders. We work as a team in order to meet our goals of providing the highest quality services. We always strive to treat the patients under our care with the same degree of respect, compassion, and sensitivity which we would desire if we were receiving services in our clinic.
We provide TMS services to patients in Natick, Wellesley, Newton, Needham, Dedham, Framingham, Norwood, Westwood, Wayland, Sudbury, Dover, Hopkinton, Belmont and Brookline, MA as well as many other communities in the Metrowest and Greater Boston area.
Gustavo Kinrys, M.D.
Dr. Kinrys is a graduate from the Mayo Clinic and the Massachusetts General Hospital. He is the Associate Medical Director of the MGH Clinical Trials Network and Institute (CTNI), and a member of the Bipolar Clinic and Research Program (BCRP), Massachusetts General Hospital. In addition, Dr. Kinrys has been a faculty at Harvard Medical School for over 15 years.
Currently, he is also an investigator in studies for the National Institutes of Mental Health and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) involving the course and treatment of Bipolar disorder and Major depressive Disorder, including new magnetic-based technologies. Moreover, Dr. Kinrys is an investigator in numerous phase I, phase II, and phase III clinical trials sponsored by the pharmaceutical industry. Dr. Kinrys has published over 100 articles, reviews and posters, has been a recipient of numerous awards, and has delivered lectures in national and international forums. Dr. Kinrys has been the principal investigator in over 60 clinical trials. His areas of interest include treatment resistant depression, bipolar and anxiety disorders, development of novel pharmacologic agents and diagnostic tools for mood and anxiety disorders, cross-cultural and minority issues in clinical trials, and applications of natural remedies and new technologies alone and combined with conventional pharmacologic therapies for treatment-refractory patients.
John Worthington, M.D.
Dr. Worthington is a staff psychiatrist at the Center for Anxiety and Traumatic Stress Disorders and Complicated Grief Program and an assistant professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. He received his MD from Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C., completed his residency at the University of North Carolina Hospitals in Chapel Hill, NC and did a research fellowship in Clinical Psychopharmacology at Mass General.
Currently he is an investigator on several National Institutes of Mental Health studies involving the course of treatment-refractory panic disorder, treatment-resistant depression, and the predication of outcome during antidepressant discontinuation. He is also an investigator in numerous phase II and phase III clinical trials sponsored by several pharmaceutical companies. He has published over 150 articles, reviews and posters and he lectures in national and international forums. His areas of clinical interest include the effects of alcohol and substance use on mood and anxiety disorders, acute and long-term treatment plans of patients with panic disorder and depression, development of novel pharmacologic agents for mood and anxiety disorders, and uses of combined cognitive-behavioral and pharmacologic therapies for treatment-refractory patients.
Pedro Bonilla, M.D.
Dr. Bonilla is a board certified psychiatrist, instructor in psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and affiliated to Beth Israel Deaconess hospital. He completed his training at the Boston VA Healthcare System Residency, family medicine training at the University of Wisconsin Medical School
Residency, and medical school at the Universidad de Zaragoza.
Dr. Bonilla is a multi-lingual psychiatrist, fluent in Spanish and Portuguese with numerous publications and interest on diverse populations and the challenges experienced by immigrants in the US. His main areas of expertise are mood and anxiety disorders.