Department of Psychiatry

Penn Behavioral Health

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Charles Andrew Dackis

Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and the Presbyterian Medical Center of Philadelphia
Department: Psychiatry

Contact information
Treatment Research Center
3900 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: (215) 222-3200 x193
Fax: (215) 222-3807
Duke University, 1973.
Duke University, 1977.
Post-Graduate Training
Flexible Internship, Overlook Hospital, 1977-1978.
Psychiatric Residency, Department of Psychiatry, Columbia University School of Medicine, 1978-1981.
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Selected Publications

Dackis, C.A., Yu, E., Samaha, F., Kampman, K., Cornish, J., Rowan, M., Gerhart, M., Barnes, L., White, L., Poole, S., and O’Brien, C.P.: Modafinil – cocaine safety study: A double blind, placebo-controlled drug interaction study. Drug and Alcohol Dependence 70(1): 29-37, 2003.

Kampman, K.M., Majewska, M.D., Tourian, K., Dackis, C., Cornish, J., Poole, S., O'Brien, C.P.: A pilot trial of piracetam and ginkgo biloba for the treatment of cocaine dependence. Addictive Behaviors 27: 1-12, 2003.

Dackis, C.A. and O'Brien, C.P. : The neurobiology of addiction. Diseases of the Nervous System, Third Edition. Asbury, A, Goadsby, PJ, and McArthur, J (eds.). Cambridge University Press, Page: 431-444, 2003.

Dackis, C.A. and O’Brien, C.P. : The neurobiology of alcoholism. Handbook of Medical Psychiatry. Gershon, S. and Soares, J. (eds.). Marcel Dekker; New York, Page: 563-580, 2003.

Dackis, C.A. and O’Brien, C.P.: Neurobiology of cocaine dependence limits development of pharmacological treatments. Psychiatry Annals 33(9): 565-570, 2003.

Dackis, C.A. and Miller, N.: Neurobiological effects determine treatment options for alcohol, cocaine, and heroin addiction: the neurobiology and pharmacology of addiction. Psychiatry Annals 33(9): 585-592, 2003.

Franklin TR, Acton PD, Maldjian JA, Gray JD, Croft JR, Dackis CA, O'Brien CP, & Childress AR: Decreased gray matter concentration in the insular, orbitofrontal, cingulate, and temporal cortices of cocaine patients. Biological Psychiatry 51(2): 134-42, 2002.

Dackis, C.A., Kampman, K., Pettinati, H., Weigly, C. and O’Brien, C.P.: An open-label pilot study on the effectiveness and tolerability of modafinil for cocaine dependence. Drug and Alcohol Dependence 66: S39-40, 2002.

Dackis, C.A. and O’Brien, C.P. : Cocaine dependence: the challenge for pharmacotherapy. Current Opinion in Psychiatry 15: 261-267, 2002.

Forman, R.F., Dackis, C.A., Rawson, R.: Twelve principles of outpatient addiction treatment. Current Psychiatry 1(6): 16-24, 2002.

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