Kurt Kroenke, M.D., MACP, is Professor of Medicine at Indiana University, and a Research Scientist in the Regenstrief Institute and the VA Center of Excellence for Implementing Evidence-Based Practice. Dr. Kroenke is a past President of the Society of General Internal Medicine and a past President of the Association for Clinical Research Training. His research focuses on physical and psychological symptoms in medical patients including pain, depression, anxiety and somatization. He has published more than 300 peer-reviewed publications. He is co-developer of the Patient Health Questionnaire (including the PHQ-9) which is a widely-used measure for the detection and monitoring of common mental disorders.