Amalia Londoño Tobón, MD

Dr. Londoño Tobón is a psychiatrist and researcher with expertise in perinatal, childhood, family, and cultural aspects of mental health. She has authored several publications in scientific journals and is increasingly involved in writing and providing expert interviews for mainstream media. Additionally, she is interested in advocating for mental health topics and disseminating scientific information. She has presented in numerous national and international venues. 

Dr. Londoño Tobón received her bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience from Johns Hopkins University and her medical degree from Stanford University. She completed her psychiatry residency and child psychiatry fellowship at Yale University. Additionally, Dr. Londoño Tobón completed a perinatal mental health research and clinical fellowship at Brown University.  

Dr. Londoño Tobón’s clinical interests include working with children and adults with mental health difficulties and their families. She incorporates developmentally and culturally informed approaches in working with patients. 

Dr. Londoño Tobón’s research interests include adversity/resilience, neurodevelopment, and interventions/access to care for families beginning in pregnancy. She has received multiple grants and awards from non-profit and federal organizations including the National Institutes of Health, American Psychiatric Association, American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Yale University, and Stanford University.


Education & Training

  • Research Fellowship: T32 “Training Program in Childhood Neuropsychiatric Disorders” Yale Univeristy Child Study Center (2020)
  • Child Psychiatry Fellowship: Yale University Child Study Center (2020)
  • Psychiatry Residency: Yale University Department of Psychiatry (2019)
  • MD: Stanford University (2014)
  • BA: Johns Hopkins University, Neuroscience (2010)