Carl D. Marci

MD, MA psychiatrist, researcher, and Harvard professor

Dr. Carl Marci is an innovative, award-winning researcher and scholar whose overall research goal is to quantify the relationship between physiologic measures, emotions and social interaction in a variety of settings to help improve our understanding of empathy, learning, and human inter-relatedness.

His groundbreaking research on psychotherapy involves the use of innovative platforms for recording psychophysiology combined with voice features; behavioral measures; and psychosocial measures of social-emotional processes, empathy and alliance during actual sessions. Dr. Marci is the Director of Social Neuroscience for the Psychotherapy Research Program and a psychiatrist at Massachusetts General Hospital, and serves on the faculty at Harvard Medical School.