Dr. Eisenlohr-Moul is an expert in various aspects of premenstrual dysphoric disorder, premenstrual syndrome, and menstrual-cycle-related worsening of other psychiatric disorders (i.e., other emotional or behavioral disorders that become more severe premenstrually). She enjoys talking to the press about any and all issues related to female mental health. Please feel free to inquire at temouic [dot] edu, and she will get back to you as soon as possible.
Eisenlohr-Moul has a $3.1 million grant from the National Institute of Mental Health to study how stabilizing certain hormones that fluctuate over the menstrual cycle in women at risk for suicide can keep suicidal thoughts at bay.
Dr. Eisenlohr-Moul was recently interviewed for a story promoted awareness of premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD). Check in out in the print and digital editions of the January 2018 Cosmopolitan.
Dr. Eisenlohr-Moul is relocating her work at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to UIC in January of 2018. She will conduct her work as an Assistant Professor and Associate Director for Translational Research in the Women’s Mental Health Research Program at UIC.
Dr. Eisenlohr-Moul was recently interviewed about the impact (or lack thereof) of the menstrual cycle on female cognitive abilities.
Dr. Eisenlohr-Moul was named a clinical advisory board member for the Gia Allemand Foundation for PMDD, a nonprofit organization that serves people with premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) or perimenstrual exacerbation of underlying psychiatric disorders (PME). The organization also provides support to females struggling with suicidality.