State University of New York at Buffalo, University of Colorado School of Medicine
Dr. Dubovsky is professor and chair of the department of psychiatry at the State University of New York at Buffalo and adjoint professor of psychiatry and medicine at the University of Colorado. His research is in the areas of intracellular signaling in mood disorders, the pathophysiology of psychiatric illness, development of new treatments, and interactions between medical and psychiatric illnesses. He has published over 200 journal articles, chapters and books and he has lectured internationally on a variety of topics. His most recent book (with Amelia N. Dubovsky) is Prescriber's Survival Guide: Ethical Prescribing in the Era of Big Pharma, published by W.W. Norton.
Dr. Dubovsky maintains an active clinical practice devoted to mood disorders, complex and difficult clinical problems, and consultation to psychiatrists, other physicians and other mental health professionals. He receives referrals from around the world on refractory psychiatric illnesses. He teaches students, residents and practitioners in all specialties and regularly conducts educational programs for patient and advocacy groups.
In addition to his professional activities, Dr. Dubovsky is active as an interior firefighter and EMT with the Eggertsville Hose Company.
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