Lindner Center of HOPE Doctors Among Best in Nation Ranking Places Four Lindner Center Doctors at the Top Locally

Lindner Center of HOPE Doctors Among Best in Nation Ranking Places Four Lindner Center Doctors at the Top Locally

The Frances and Craig Lindner Center of HOPE is pleased to announce the following doctors were ranked among the best doctors in the nation and among the top specialists in the Tri-State as indicated by The Best Doctors in America 2017-2018 database. As selected by their peers, specialists from the Tristate will be included in the listing published in Cincy Magazine’s December 2018 issue:

Paul E. Keck, Jr., M.D., President-CEO, Lindner Center of HOPE, is a nationally renowned psychiatrist
and researcher in Bipolar Disorder and psychopharmacology. He authored over 700 scientific papers in leading journals and was the 7th most cited scientist in the world published in the fields of psychiatry and psychology over the last decade.



Susan L. McElroy, M.D., A nationally recognized researcher and educator, Dr. McElroy is internationally known for her research in bipolar disorder, eating disorders, obesity, impulse control disorders and pharmacology. As Chief Research Officer for the Lindner Center of HOPE, she currently oversees multiple ongoing studies in bipolar disorder, major depression, binge eating disorder and obsessive compulsive disorder.


This is the eighth consecutive year these doctors were included in this database. They hold faculty appointments with the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and are part of UC Physicians.

Joining the list for the third consecutive year is: Brian P. Dowling, M.D., a highly regarded psychiatrist
in the Cincinnati area, who focuses on maximizing time with his patients in order to truly understand their individual stories attempting to offer them hope and a sense of possibility. Dr. Dowling is the Director of Medical Education at Lindner Center of HOPE.

New to the List:

Marie E. Rueve, M.D., serves as the Medical Director of the Sibcy House residential treatment program and as a staff psychiatrist at the Lindner Center of HOPE. She brings to the Lindner Center of HOPE’s Sibcy House an approach of integrated care to address each facet of a patient’s complex psychiatric history, focusing on their individual goals and expectations for improvement. She possesses not only an extensive background in psychopharmacology but also expertise in psychotherapy and a love of teaching. Her treatment philosophy centers on walking with patients through a comprehensive understanding of their illness and context, on to holistic, multi-disciplinary treatment approaches aimed at helping them live fulfilling and functional lives.