Department of Psychiatry

Penn Behavioral Health

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Robert M. Weinrieb

Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Attending Physician, Chief Psychiatric Consultant to the Penn Transplant Institute, University of Pennsylvania
Director, Psychosomatic Medicine, Psychiatric Emergency Evaluation Center (PEEC), Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Program Director, Psychosomatic Medicine Fellowship (ACGME accredited), Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Veteran's Affairs Medical Center
Department: Psychiatry

Contact information
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
c/o Ms. Kathy Kratowicz
2 Dulles, Liver Transplant
3400 Spruce St.
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6178
Office: 215-662-2858
Fax: 215-615-0584
Education:

University of Rochester, 1979.
B.A. ((Psychology))
State University of New York at Buffalo , 1982.
M.D.
State University of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine, 1987.
Post-Graduate Training
Intern in Medicine, Neurology and Psychiatry , St. Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center New York City, New York, 1987-1988.
Resident in Psychiatry , St. Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center New York City, New York, 1988-1991.
Postdoctoral Clinical Research Fellow University of Pennsylvania, Treatment Research Center and The Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center Department of Psychiatry Division, 1991-1993.
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Selected Publications

Kaempf G., Weinrieb R., Molloy M., Epperson L., Biddle J,. Kampman K, Rukstalis M, Volpicelli J.: Managing the Primary Care Patient Experiencing Alcohol Withdrawal Clinician Reviews 2003.

Paul J. Fudala, Robert M. Weinrieb, Joseph S. Calarco, Kyle M. Kampman, and Chris Boardman. : An Evaluation Of Anabolic/Androgenic Steroid Abusers Over a Period of One Year: Seven Case Studies. Annals of Clinical Psychiatry May 2003.

Robert M. Weinrieb, M.D., Marc Auriacombe, M.D., Kyong-Mi Chang, M.D, Kevin G. Lynch, Ph.D. and James Lewis, M.D., MSCE.: A Critical Review of Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor Associated Bleeding; Balancing the Risk of Treating Hepatitis C Infected Patients. The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 15: 121-130, 2003.

Weinrieb, R., Barnett, R., Lynch, K. DePiano, M, Atanda, A., Olthoff, K. : A Matched Comparison of Medical/Psychiatric Complications and Anesthesia/Analgesia Requirements in Methadone Maintained Liver Transplant Patients. Liver Transplantation 10(1): 97-106, 2004.

Van Horn, D, Weinrieb, R., DePiano, M., McLellan, AT, and Alterman, AI. : How Well Does the Addiction Severity Index Identify Need for Alcoholism Treatment in Liver Transplant Candidates? Accepted to the Research Society on Alcoholism Annual Meeting, Florida. June 2003.

Weinrieb, R., Barnett, R., DePiano, M, Atanda, A., Lynch, K. : A Matched Comparison Study of Medical/Psychiatric Complications and Anesthesia/Analgesia Requirements in Methadone Maintained Liver Transplant Patients. Presented to the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine, San Diego California November 2003.

DiMartini, A and Weinrieb, R. : The Opiate Dependent, Methadone Maintained Liver Transplant Patient: Making the Case for Cautious Optimism. Invited Editorial in American Journal of Transplantation 3: 1-2, 2003.

Edlin, Brian R. : Prevention and Treatment of Hepatitis C in Injection Drug Users, Hepatology. Hepatology 36(5, part2): S210-220, November 2002.

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