Pablo H. Goldberg, MD
Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry
Medical Director of Pediatric Anxiety and Mood Research Clinic/Children's Day Unit
Dr Pablo Goldberg has had undergraduate and medical education in Argentina. He completed his adult Psychiatric Residency at Payne Whitney Clinic, New York Hospital, Cornell during which he spent some time involved in Psychiatric Genetic Research at Rockefeller University.
He trained thereafter in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at New York State Psychiatric Institute, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center. Since completing his fellowship, Dr Goldberg has been involved in Child Psychopharmacological Research in the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in areas such as ADHD and Teen Suicide and in Biological Research in Mood disorders and Suicide at the Department of Neuroscience, New York State Psychiatric Institute, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center. He has been key in the formation of a Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Division in the University of Connecticut Health Center where he was an assitant professor of psychiatry. Currently Dr Goldberg has been the Director of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Comprehensive Emergency Service (CCPEP)till June of 2011. As of July of 2011 he is the Medical Director of the Children's Day Unit at New York
State Psychiatric Institute involved in research in psychopharmacology of mood and anxiety in children and adolescents, as well as clinical care.Dr.Goldberg is published and is an active member of the APA(Fellow Member), AACAP and AMA.
Education and Training
- MD, National University of Cuyo - Medical School Mendoza Argentina
- Residency: New York Hospital - Payne Whitney
- Fellowship: Columbia University Medical Center
- Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Dr Goldberg has been interested in Neurobiological research, involving Children, Adolescents and Adults. He has been involved in broad subjects including ADHD, Major Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety Disorders and Suicide Behavior. Dr Goldberg is involved in research including Mood Disorders(Depression and Bipolar Disorder) and Anxiety Disorders(OCD,GAD,etc) in Children and Adolescents: including Psychopharmacological Trials and Psychotherapy Trials.
Teaching And Training
Major Clinical Year (MCY) Foundations Clerkship Course:
Medical students reflect on aspects of the physician-patient relationship that has particular relevance to applied medical care. As the clinical supervisor to medical students on a monthly basis, Dr. Goldberg created a review meeting as a small group to review, discuss, teach and provide clinical expertise on a variety of different patient sessions spanning across various medical specialties.
Role: M.D. Attending Preceptor
2000-present Columbia University: Physician’s and Surgeons, NY Presbyterian Hospital
Teaching and mentorship of Medical Students, Psychology interns/externs, Adult Psychiatry Residents (Core Faculty), Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellows (Core Faculty). Supervision: Daily
Karayiorgou M, Sobin C, Blundell ML, Galke BL, Malinova L, Goldberg P, Ott J, Gogos JA: Family-Based Association Studies Support a Sexually Dimorphic effect of COMT and MAOA on genetic susceptibility to obsessive-compulsive disorder. Biological Psychiatry May, 1999;1;45(9:1178-89)
Zalsman G, Michaelovsky E, Baruch-Movshovits R, Sher L, , Frisch A, King RA, Hermesh H, Goldberg P, Gorlyn M, Misgav S, Apter A, Tyano S, Weizman A: Family-based association study of 5HT2A recptor T102C polymorphism and suicidal behavior in Ashkenazi adolescents. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health November 2003;17
Zalsman G, Oquendo MA, Greenhill L, Goldberg PH, Kamali M, Martin A, Mann JJ: Neurobiology of Depression in Children and Adolescents. Child Adolesc Psychiatr Clin N Am 2006 Oct;15;4:843-868
Oquendo MA, Bongiovi-Garcia ME, Galfalvy H, Goldberg P, Grunebaum MF, Burke A, Mann JJ: Sex differences in clinical predictors of suicidal acts after major depression: a prospective study. Am J Psychiatry 2007;164(1):134-41
Wilson ST, Stanley BH, Oquendo M, Goldberg P, Zalsman G, Mann JJ: Comparing impulsivity, hostility, and depression in borderline personality disorder and bipolar II disorder. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Oct 2007;68(10):1533-1539.