Clark Johnson, MD
Principal Investigator, CRI Lifetree Salt Lake City
Clark Johnson, MD is a Board Certified Research Psychiatrist and Principal Investigator at CRILifetree in Salt Lake City, Utah. Dr. Johnson attended medical school at the University of Utah, and completed his residency at Columbia University’s St Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospital’s on New York’s Upper West Side. Dr. Johnson received significant clinical trial experience in schizophrenia, depression, bipolar and addiction medicine. After moving back to Utah in 2010, Dr. Johnson partnered with Dr. Reid Robison, founder of Clinical Methods. Clinical Methods grew rapidly and has now successfully transitioned to
Dr. Johnson also works as a Consultation and Emergency Room Psychiatrist at Intermountain Medical Center. Dr. Johnson is also involved in various community psychiatric organizations. These include: Utah Health and Human Rights, a clinic to treat Utah’s relocated foreign refugees with a history of trauma and The Polizzi Foundation, where he serves as the Board Chair, an organization to provide free care for the mentally ill. Dr. Johnson speaks at public events, conducts training, participates on advisory boards, and is successfully raising money and competing for grants that support local community organizations.
Dr. Johnson’s passion as a research physician has leaded him to participate as Principal investigator and Sub-investigator in over 30 trials, which span the entire psychiatric spectrum. Dr. Johnson is particularly interested in compounds that focus on the treatment child and adolescent illnesses, including autism, bipolar/schizophrenia, and genetic/developmental disorders. Dr. Johnson is excited to work with
CRILifetree to help move forward the research that will improve his patient’s lives.