Dr. Nina Tager graduated from Brown University and studied medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, where she also completed her residency in psychiatry. In the penultimate year of her training, Dr. Tager served as chief resident of the outpatient division of psychiatry. During her final year of residency, she was awarded the role of Administrative Chief and supervised the recruitment of future residents.
After graduation, Dr. Tager joined the psychopharmacologic group of Klein/Leibowitz, affiliated with Columbia University. Currently, in private practice, Dr. Tager combines psychotherapy and psychopharmacology. She has specialized in treating reproductive disorders of women and was a founding member of the Women’s Mental Health Consortium, a group dedicated to the study and understanding of mental health issues related to reproductive disorders. Dr. Tager is on the planning committee for the upcoming symposium: Clinical and Developmental Implications of Assisted Reproduction Technology. She has been a consultant to the New York Fertility Institute for the past five years.
In an effort to expand her understanding of the life cycle issues, Dr. Tager is currently studying infant/toddler development at Columbia University.
She is a member of Resolve, APA, and AMWA.