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BURTON J. GOLDSTEIN

CURRICULUM VITAE

I.                   PERSONAL

  1. Name: Burton J. Goldstein, M.D.                              
  2.  Phone – Home: (305) 931-7930             
  3.  Phone – Office: (305)243-3485
  4. Beeper: (305) 545-5601
  5. Email: bgoldste(at)med.miami(dot)edu
  6. Address (home): 2600 Island Blvd. #1903  Miami, FL 33160   
  7. Current Academic Rank:   Professor                  
  8. Current Track: Emeritus Professor
  9. Primary Department: Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
  10. Secondary/Joint Appointment: Emeritus Professor, Molecular & Cellular Pharmacology
  11. Tertiary Appointment: Emeritus Professor, Epidemiology and Public Health            
  12. Citzenship: US

 

 

II.       HIGHER EDUCATION: 

  1. Institutional (institution; degree; date conferred)

1953          B.S. (Pharmacy), University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, Baltimore,

1960          M.D., University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD 

  1. Non Institutional (description; dates):

N/A 

  1. Certification, Licensure (description; board or agency; dates)

Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, 1967

Licensures: Maryland, 1960; Florida, 1960;  California, 1965 

III.      EXPERIENCE:

  1. Academic (institutions; rank/status; dates): 

1964-1967 Instructor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Miami School of Medicine, Miami, FL 

1967-1969 Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Miami School of Medicine, Miami, FL 

1969-1973 Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of

Miami School of Medicine, Miami, FL 

1973-present

Professor (Primary Appointment), Department of

Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences University of Miami

School of Medicine, Miami, FL 

1976-present

Professor (Secondary Appointment), Department of

                                 Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology,University of

                                 Miami School of Medicine, Miami, FL

1996-present                Professor (Tertiary Appointment) Department                 

                                  of Epidemiology and Pubic Health, University of Miami

 July 31,2011                Emeritus Professor                          

  1. Non-Academic (employers; title; responsibilities; dates)

None 

     2.Military  (branch; rank; responsibilities; dates): 

1953-1967                      United States Army, Major MC

  1. PROFESSIONAL 

Funded Research Performed (include all grants received in the last five years, identifying the principal investigator, and the amounts and dates of the awards):    Goldstein Principal Investigator  

1965-1970             

NIMH Study Comparatitive Efficacy of Haloperidol and Perphenazine in Acute Schizophrenia  $265,000 direct costs

 

1970-1973             NIMHStudy Symptomatic Volunteers:

A new patient population for the study of antianxiety and antidepressant drugs  $250,000 direct costs

 

1973-1976               NIDA/NIAAA Career Teacher Institutional Award

                            for  Alcohol and Drug Abuse  $225,000 direct costs

1977-1979                NIDA   PHARMACOLOGIC TREATMENT OF HEROIN 

                             ADDICTS   $250,000 direct costs

 

1979-1990                U.S. Office of Education, Region I, Drug and Alcohol – 

                             Drug abuse Training and Resource Center $4,124,550

                              direct costs 

 

1984-1986                   NIMH Collaborative Study on Development of Adverse           

                                 Reactions Reporting System $290,000 direct costs

  1. Editorial responsibilities

Editor, Haldol Symposium, Proceedings International Journal of Neuropsychiatry, Vol. 3, August, 1967

Editorial Consultant, Psychopharmacologia, 1968-present

Editorial Board, Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 1981-1984

Editorial Consultant, Clinical Psychopharmacology, 1982-present

Editorial Consultant, Drugs, 1977-present

Editorial Consultant, Journal of American Psychiatric Association, 1979-1990

Editorial Advisory Board, Clinical Advances in the Treatment of Depression 

  1. Professional and Honorary Organization 

American Association of Clinical Pharmacology and Chemotherapy

American Psychiatric Association   Life Member 1964

Subcommittee on Scientific and Technical Exhibits

Member 1973-1977

Chairman 1977-1983

South Florida Psychiatric Society - Life Fellow

  1. Honors and Awards   

1994   Listed in The Best Mental Health Professionals@ in the United

States, as surveyed by Good Housekeeping Magazine -February, 1994

 

1996 -2006        WHO’s Who in American Medicine,

                       Marquis Publications, First edition, ( Who’s Who in Medicine and                                      Healthcare 2005 to present

 

1974-2006         WHO’s Who in America, Marquis Publication

 

2002-2005         AMERICA'S TOP     

                           PSYCHIATRISTSDEPRESSION                                       

                               Consumer Research Council of America

Other Honors and Awards 

 1968         Directory of Medical Specialties

1970          American Men and Women of Science - Social and Behavioral Sciences

      1. Election to American College of Psychiatrists
      2. Election to Collegium Internationale Neuropharmacologium - Fellow
      3. Fellow, American Psychiatric Association
      4. International Who's Who in Community Service

1973         International Scholars Directory

      1. Fellow, American College of Psychiatrists
      2. Who's Who in Florida

1984        Who’s Who in the World

 

1966          American College of Neuropsychopharmacology                           

                1970        Member

                1979        Fellow

                1990      Life Fellow

                1997       Life Fellow Emeritus

 

1974-76 American Medical Association Physicians' Recognition Award

1978-80 American Medical Association Physicians' Recognition Award

1982-84 American Medical Association Physicians' Recognition Award

 

1988           Fellow American College of Clinical Pharmacology

 

1996          Life Fellow American Psychiatric Association 

  1. Post-Doctoral Fellowships 

1960-1961 Internship (Rotating), Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, FL 

1961-1964 NIMH Training Fellowship (Psychiatry), Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, FL 

1963-1964 Chief Resident (Psychiatry), Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, FL

 

  1. Other Professional Activities

Food and Drug Administration, Member of Task Force to Develop Guidelines for the Evaluation of Anti-Anxiety Agents, 1972 

United States Pharmacopoeia (Drug Information) Chairman Psychiatric Disease , 1985-1995

Executive Committee, United States Pharmacopoeia, 1990-2000

Visiting professorships 1964 to 2004 over 650 Visiting Professorships/Guest Lectures, Internationally and throughout the United States 

Consultantships: 

 U.S  Defense Industrial Security Agency 1968-1994

Consultant, in Psychiatric Research, South Florida State Hospital, Hollywood, FL, 1968-1980

Ad Hoc Consultant, to Food and Drug Administration for Psychotropic Drugs

Consultant, to State of Florida - Health and Rehabilitative Services on Psychotropic Drugs, 1983 - 1986

Public Psychiatry Task Force - State of Florida, 1983-1985

Numerous pharmaceutical Companies: McNeil, Searle, Lilly, DuPont ,ICI, Marion Merrill Dow, Upjohn, Abbott, Pfizer, Smith Kline

Beechem,  Burroughs Welcome,  Mead Johnson,  Squibb,  Bristol Myers, Ciba , Geigy, Sandoz,  Roche,  Boots Pharmaceutical (no current pharmaceutical consultantships)

Study Section & Council memberships Special Review Section,

Psychopharmacology Research Branch, National Institute of Mental Health, 1981 

Examining Boards:

Proctor, Part I, American Board of Psychiatry Examinations, 1970, 1971

Examiner, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, 1974-1992   

III.      TEACHING 

  1. Teaching Awards Received 

N/A

  1. Teaching Specialization (course taught) 

Participation in "Clinical Pharmacology", postgraduate training for psychiatric house officers, Department of Psychiatry, University of Miami School of Medicine, Miami, FL

 

Lectures in Psychiatric Research, Department of Psychiatry, University of Miami School of Medicine, Miami, FL

 

Supervision of psychiatric residents and clinical faculty in clinical psychiatry,

 

 Department of Psychiatry, University of Miami School of Medicine, Miami,

FL

 

Lecturer in Clinical Psychopharmacology, Department of Psychiatry, University of Miami School of Medicine, Miami, FL

 

Sponsor of National Institute of Drug Abuse, Career Teacher in Drug Abuse and Alcoholism

 

Senior Psychopharmacology Consultant, Mount Sinai Medical Center, 19941996

Attending Physician - Maternal Addiction Program, University of

Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital 1992-1994

             Thesis and Dissertation Advising/Post-doctoral student supervision 

N/A

IV. SERVICE

29.    University Committee and Administrative Responsibilities 

Chief, Division of Psychopharmacology, 1968-1992

 

Acting Chairman/Acting Director, Mental Health Services/Acting Chief of Psychiatry, June, 1983-December, 1986

 

Vice Chairman, 1972-1983

 

Member of Senior Staff, Mental Health Services Hospital Center, Jackson

Memorial Hospital

 

Chairman, Professional Income Plan (Dept.) 1968-1983

 

Senior Planning Staff, Mental Health Services Hospital Center  1966- 1986

 

Director of Clinical Services, Mental Health Services Hospital Center, 19721978

Director of Psychiatric Research, 1965-1972

 

MEDICAL REVIEW OFFICER DEPARTMENT OF ATHLETICS 1996 to

present

Extra-Departmental Committee

Academic Personnel Board (University of Miami) 1986-87

Executive Medical Staff (JMH), 1990 - 1993

Faculty Council, School of Medicine, 1986-94

Promotions and Tenure Committee, School of Medicine, 1986-1992

Faculty Senate Committee on Rank Salary and Conditions of Employment,

1986

Search Committee for Dean, School of Nursing, Co-Chairman, University of

Miami, 1987

Promotions and Tenure Committee, School of Medicine, Chairman, 1988-1989

Ad hoc Committee on the Employee Assistance Program, 1989-1991   

Pharmacy Committee, Jackson Memorial Hospital, 1986-1992   

Committee for Research in Human Beings, University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital, 1967-1979

Governing Board, Professional Income Plan, University of Miami School of

Medicine, 1968-1994

Credentials Committee, Jackson Memorial Hospital, 1965-1966

Computer Sciences Committee (Medical Sciences), 1969-1970

Chairman, Pharmacy Committee, Jackson Memorial Hospital, 1969-1970

Ad Hoc Promotion Committee, University of Miami School of Medicine, 1969 

Department of Pharmacology Search Committee, 1969

Research Space and Small Grants Committee, 1969

Medical School Representative to Fringe Benefits Committee, University of

Miami, 1971-1973

Steering Committee, Rehabilitation, Department of Orthopedics and

Rehabilitation, University of Miami School of Medicine, 1972

Director, Substance Abuse Consultation Team, Jackson Memorial Hospital, 1972-1974

Faculty Promotion Board, University of Miami School of Medicine, 1974-1976

Executive Committee Professional Income Plan, University of Miami School of Medicine, 1975-1974

Critical Incidents Committee, Jackson Memorial Hospital, 1977-1979 Faculty Senate, University of Miami, 1972-1974, 1982-1983

Chair, Faculty Senate Committee Rank Salary, Condition of Employment, 1991-1992

Pharmacy & Therapeutic Committee - Mount Sinai Medical Center, 1994 Drug Policy Committee - Athletic Department, University of Miami, 1994present

University of Miami Athletic Department, Drug Testing Committee  1994- present

Medical Review Officer - Athletic Department, University of Miami, 1994present  

30.    Community Activities   

Post graduate education programs for Community Physicians

Burton J. Goldstein
June 23,2016