“Xiaojue Hu, MD is a psychiatrist, therapist, and researcher. She is an assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at New York University School of Medicine, where she works with Dr. Stephen Ross as the Co-Investigator of and a lead facilitator in the Usona-sponsored clinical trial investigating the impact of psilocybin on major depression. She is also an assistant trainer and mentor at Fluence, an organization dedicated to education and training in psychedelic therapy. Dr. Hu is also part of an integrative group private practice with nutritional psychiatrist Dr. Drew Ramsey, where she does medication management and psychotherapy, including psychedelic integration therapy, through a holistic, culturally sensitive approach.
Fluent in Mandarin, Dr. Hu also has experience in cultural psychiatry, having worked as an attending psychiatrist at Gouverneur Health, where she was a leading psychiatrist in its multilingual Asian Bicultural Clinic and served a diverse immigrant community. Dr. Hu completed her adult psychiatry residency and fellowship in psychosomatic medicine at NYU. She is a graduate of the Program in Liberal Medical Education at Brown University, where she received her M.D. and a B.A. in comparative literature.”