Sturla Bruun Meyer
Toronto Psychiatrist Dr. Sturla Bruun-Meyer
About Sturla Bruun Meyer
Dr. Sturla Bruun-Meyer joined the University of Toronto in 1982 as an assistant professor of psychiatry. His responsibilities involved teaching both undergraduate and graduate students. This included supervising residents throughout their clinical training, supervising family practice residents over the course of their psychiatric rotations, and instructing undergrads on-site at local hospitals. Through his work with the school, Dr. Sturla Bruun-Meyer began a professional relationship with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in 1994, where he participated in the assessment and treatment of various major psychiatric conditions. He most often served patients in the First Episode Psychosis Clinic, a program initiated by the University of Toronto’s Department of Psychiatry.
While maintaining his academic credentials, he no longer actively teaches at the University of Toronto. Outside of his professional interests, Dr. Sturla Bruun-Meyer leads a healthy and active lifestyle. He has hiked and climbed at a number of challenging international locations, ranging from the Himalayas to Mount Kilimanjaro.