Michelle Jacobs-Elliott, M.D.

Michelle E Jacobs-Elliott, M.D.

(352) 392-1575

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Diagnostic sequence of cocaine use disorder in relation to other mental health conditions among college students.
Journal of American college health : J of ACH

Research Interests

Clinical Interests:

Dr. Jacobs-Elliott's clinical interests in psychiatry have changed over the last few years. After completing her training as a child and adolescent psychiatrist, most of Dr. Jacobs work had been with children ages 4-18, who suffered from disorders such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, depression, and anxiety disorders. However since she has been working at the student health care center for the University of Florida Dr. Jacobs has been working with young adults as well as mature adults who are pursuing graduate degrees. This has developed into a wonderful opportunity for her to do work with depression, eating disorders, panic disorders as well as the many different adjustment disorders. She has also worked as part of the treatment team for two specialty areas: eating disorders and survivors of sexual assault and abuse recovery. Dr. Jacobs has continued her interest in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder by working with college students who have that diagnosis and consulting with the Office of Students Affairs, as well as the medical staff at the Health Care Center

Educational Interests and Accomplishments:

Dr. Jacobs-Elliott's teaching role is in the context of the supervision she provides to third year medical students when they rotate at the Student Health Care Center as part of their minor Psychiatry rotation. She also supervises psychiatry residents when they rotate at the Student Health Care Center as well.