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Curriculum vitae

ALAN J. WALDMAN, M.D.
CURRICULUM VITAE
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EDUCATION

1975 – 1976
Mount Sinai Hospital of Cleveland, OH, Surgical Technologist Training Cuyahoga Community College, Cleveland, OH; Physician’s Assistant Ohio State University, Columbus, OH; Pre-med Curriculum University of Florida, Gainesville, FL; Pre-med Curriculum Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH, BS Biology Case Western Reserve University, College of Medicine, Cleveland, OH, MD University of Florida, College of Medicine, Gainesville, FL University of Florida, College of Medicine, Gainesville, FL Chief Resident, Department of Psychiatry University of Florida, College of Medicine, Gainesville, FL Fellowship in Forensic Psychiatry
LICENSURE

1987

BOARD CERTIFICATIONS

1/1992
Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in the Subspecialty of Forensic Psychiatry Certificate No. 651 State Certification as a Forensic Evaluator
MEDICAL, PROFESSIONAL & MENTAL HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS

1982 – 2001
Alachua County Mental Health Association University of Florida, Department of Psychiatry, Psychiatry Residents’ American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

1975 – 1983
Surgical Technologist/Surgical Assistant: Mount Sinai Hospital of Cleveland; Grant Hospital, Columbus, OH; Shands Hospital, Gainesville, FL; Suburban Community Hospital, Warrensville Heights, OH. 1988 – 1990 Senior Resident Psychiatry, Department of Neurology Memory Disorders Clinic, Shands Hospital at the University of Florida, Kenneth M. Heilman, MD; Director 1988 – 1992 Regular Attendee, Department of Neurology Grand Rounds; University of Florida College of Medicine. 1989 – 1990 Junior Attending Physician, Inpatient Psychiatry Service, Veterans Administration Medical Center, Gainesville, FL Senior Rotation in Neuropathology. Coverage of Autopsy Schedule to Procure Appropriate Brain Specimens for Department of Pathology Bi-Weekly “Brain Cutting” Didactic. Robert Ballanger, M. D. Attending. Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, University of Florida College of Medicine; Gainesville, FL; Attending Physician, Inpatient Adult Psychiatry Unit, Shands Hospital and University of Florida Affiliated Clinics, Gainesville, FL. Co-Director and Founder of the Psychopharmacology Clinic, Adult Outpatient Psychiatry Service, University of Florida Affiliated Clinics, Curriculum Vitae of Alan J. Waldman, M.D. Revised040612 Consultant for Psychiatric Treatment, Northeast Florida State Hospital, Department of Psychiatry Attending Physician, Department of Neurology Memory Disorders Clinic, Shands Hospital at the University of Florida, Kenneth M. Heilman, MD; Director University of Florida, Society for Neuropsychological Studies Courtesy Staff, Helen Ellis Memorial Hospital, Tarpon Springs, FL Active Staff, Charter Hospital of Pasco County, Lutz, FL Active Staff, Mease Hospitals, Dunedin and Safety Harbor, FL Private Practice: Adult Psychiatry, Forensic Psychiatry and Neuropsychiatry, Palm Harbor, FL Neuropsychiatric Consultant, CRAFSS for Head-Injured Adults; Head Injury Rehabilitation Center, Clearwater, FL
1993 – 1995
Psychiatric Consultant, Department of Labor and Employment Security, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, Palm Harbor Unit, FL Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, later referred to as Courtesy Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Florida College of Medicine, Gainesville, FL 1995 – 1998 Medical Executive Director, North Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center, Gainesville, Florida (217-bed state forensic facility) Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, State of Florida 1995 - 1998 Clinical Instructor, University of Florida College of Law; Forensic Commitment Statutes, Incompetence to Proceed, Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity. North Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center, Gainesville, Instructor, Department of Forensic Psychiatry, University of Florida Senior Physician, Head Injury Consultant, Teaching Coordinator, North Florida Reception Center, Department of Corrections, Lake Butler, FL Private Practice in the subspecialty of Forensic Psychiatry, Forensic Neuropsychiatry, General Psychiatry and Neuropsychiatry, Gainesville, FL 1998- Present Evaluator of the Sexually Violent Offender, State, and Defense Curriculum Vitae of Alan J. Waldman, M.D. Revised040612 1999- Present Psychiatric, General Medical and Neurological Evaluator of Sexually Volunteer Medical/Psychiatric Advisor to the Mental Health Court, Eighth Judicial Circuit, FL
ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

1987 – 1988
Graduate Education Committee, Department of Psychiatry, University of Florida College of Medicine, Gainesville, FL 1988 Residents’ Committee, Constitution and Bylaws, Florida Psychiatric Society 12/1989 Representative for Department of Psychiatry, University of Florida, State of Florida, Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services Committee on State and Public Psychiatry Clinical Chief Resident, Department of Psychiatry, Gainesville Veterans Administration Medical Center, Gainesville, FL Chief Resident, Department of Psychiatry, University of Florida College of Medicine, Gainesville, FL Resident Selection Committee, Department of Psychiatry, University of Florida College of Medicine, Gainesville, FL Undergraduate Education Committee, Department of Psychiatry, University of Florida College of Medicine, Gainesville, FL Quality Assurance Committee, Department of Psychiatry, University of Florida, Shands Hospital and University of Florida Affiliated Clinics, Gainesville, FL Chair, Inpatient Psychiatry Marketing Committee, Shands Hospital at the 1993 Private Practice/Medicare Committee, Legislative Issues Committee, University of Florida College of Medicine, Gainesville, FL Forensic Consultant, Sixth Judicial Circuit: Pasco County, New Port Richey, FL; Pinellas County, St. Petersburg, FL; Thirteenth Judicial Circuit: Hillsborough County, Tampa, FL.

1993 – 1995
Physician Advisor, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, Palm Harbor, FL Physician Advisor, KeyStone Peer Review Organization, Inc., Tampa, FL Curriculum Vitae of Alan J. Waldman, M.D. Revised040612 Member, Department of Children and Families Statewide Clinical Advisory Committee (Committee of all State Medical Directors) Member, North Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center Quality Chairman, North Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center Clinical Chairman, NFETC Professional Staff Organization Member, State Mortality & Morbidity Policy Review Committee Chairman, Statewide Clinical Advisory Committee (One-year term, elected by peers) Consultant, Utilization of PET Scan in the Psychiatry and Medical/Legal Setting

2005- 2007 Peer reviewer on medication utilization by Florida Medicaid
Providers, Health Integrated Inc.
PUBLICATIONS
i.
Waldman, A.J., A Creutzfeldt-Jakob-Like Syndrome Due To Polypharmacy, Southern Waldman, A.J.; Stewart, J.T., Stimulation of Appetite with Chlorpromazine, Journal of the American Geriatric Society (January 1991) Waldman, A.J., Stewart, J.T., Letter to the Editor in Reply to Letter by Drs. Royall And Mahurin: Stimulation of Appetite with Chlorpromazine, Journal of the American Geriatric Society (August 1991) Waldman, A.J., Neuroanatomic/Neuropathologic Correlates of Schizophrenia: An Update from the 1980s, Southern Medical Journal (1992) 85(9): 907-916. Waldman, A.J., Sometimes When You Hear Hoof Beats.Two Cases of Inherited Metabolic Diseases with Initial Presentation of Psychiatric Symptoms, The Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences (Spring 1992) Waldman, A.J.; Greer, R.A.; Marchese, M.J., Pseudocyesis in a Schizophrenic Woman of Childbearing Age, Psychosomatics (Summer 1992) Geldmacher, D.S.; Waldman, A.J.; Doty, L; Heilman, K., Fluoxetine in Dementia of the Alzheimer’s Type: Prominent Adverse Effects and Failure to Improve Cognition, Journal Curriculum Vitae of Alan J. Waldman, M.D. Revised040612 Waldman, A.J., Another Misuse of Science, Domestic Violence and Sex Offender Prosecutor Association Newsletter (Fall 2003) (The misuse of frontal lobe neuropsychological measures in testimony to show intact volition in the sex offender.)

PREVIOUS RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

a. “The Study of the Hibernation Mechanism in the Groundhog”, Research Assistant to
Dr. Jerome Senturia, Cleveland State University (1981-1982) b. Demographic Survey of Eastern and Southern Cuyahoga County, in preparation for submission of Certificate of Need for a freestanding, private Surgi-Center, Maple Heights, OH (1983) c. American Cancer Society, Countywide Guaiac Screening Program, Data Collector/Coordinator, Physician Follow-Up Liaison (1984) d. Merril, G.; Waldman, A.J., Evaluation of caffeine and theophylline to enhance safety and e. Voeller, K.; Waldman, A.J.; Stewart, J, Buco-facial apraxia in schizophrenia (1991-1992) f. Waldman, A.J.; Tueth, M., Use of psychostimulants and valproate for the treatment of major depression episodes in patients with bipolar affective disorder (1991-1992) g. Co-Investigator of Atomoxetine Phase III, clinical trials on efficacy in Attention Deficit Disorder in children, Lilly Pharmaceuticals, Alachua Family Psychiatry (2002)
PRESENTATIONS AND TEACHING ACTIVITIES
i.
Health Education Instructor, East Cleveland City Schools, 8th Grade Students, through a program at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine (1983) The Pharmacologic Treatment of Depression, Lecture presented for Alachua County Mental Health Association Seminar on Depression (May 1988) The Mental Status Exam, Psychiatry Clerkship Lecture Series to Third-Year Medical Students, Department of Psychiatry, University of Florida College of Medicine (1988 –1992) Schizophrenia, Psychiatry Clerkship Lecture Series to Third-Year Medical Students, Department of Psychiatry, University of Florida College of Medicine (1990 – 1992) Emergency Room Psychopharmacology, Treatment of the Aggressive/Dangerous Curriculum Vitae of Alan J. Waldman, M.D. Revised040612 Patient, Lectures to Psychiatry Interns, Department of Psychiatry, University of Florida Etiology of Schizophrenia, Lecture to Clinical Psychology Ph.D. Interns, Department of Clinical and Health Psychology, University of Florida (October 1989) Etiology of Schizophrenia: Update on Schizophrenia, Public Hospital Workshop, Department of Psychiatry, University of Florida (December1989) Neuroanatomic/Neuropathologic Correlates of Schizophrenia: An Update from the 1980s, Grand Rounds Presentation, Department of Psychiatry, University of Florida Preceptor, Individual Supervision to Third-Year Medical Students, Psychiatry Clerkship, Forensic Psychiatry Residency, University of Florida College of Medicine (1989-Present) Co-Instructor, Psychiatric Problems of Childhood and Evaluation of Psychiatric Emergencies, 14 lectures on Psychiatry for Physicians Assistant Program, University of The Mental Status Exam, Lecture to Second-Year Medical Students during the Psychiatry Core Curriculum, University of Florida College of Medicine (1990 – 1992) Thought Disorders and Schizophrenia, Lecture to Medical Students during Psychiatry Course Curriculum, University of Florida College of Medicine (1990, PRN) Small Group Instructor, First-Year Medical Students, University of Florida College of Medicine (1990 – ‘92, 1998) Course Coordinator/ Co-Instructor, 14 Lectures on Psychiatry for Physicians Assistant Program, University of Florida (1990 – 1992) Continuing Medical Education Lecture Series, Northeast Florida State Hospital, The Mental Status Exam, CNS Receptors in Psychiatry, New Pharmacological Treatments of Schizophrenia (1990 – 1992) Plaque and Tangle Densities in Hippocampus and Amygdala in Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease with Psychotic Symptoms, Presented at the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA (May 15, 1991) Psychosis in the Elderly, The 6th Annual GRECC Symposium on Geriatric/Gerontology, Gainesville, FL (September 20, 1991) xviii. Psychosis in the Elderly, Northeast Florida State Hospital Conference on Geriatric Psychiatry, Macclenny, FL (October 3, 1991) Curriculum Vitae of Alan J. Waldman, M.D. Revised040612 The Neuropsychiatric Sequelae of AIDS, Practical Risk Management for Mental Health Professionals, University of Florida, Department of Psychiatry, Grand Rounds Management of the Aggressive Patient, Presentation to the Pinellas Emergency Medical Service (PEMHS), Clearwater, FL (July 9, 1992) Current Medication for Traumatic Brain Injury Survivors, Presentation to Head Injury Support Group, Bayfront Medical Center, St. Petersburg, FL (August 27, 1992) Management of the Aggressive Patient, In-Service Presentation to Medical Staff, Charter Hospital of Pasco, Lutz, FL (December 16, 1992) and Countryside Health Center Staff, Clearwater, FL (January 18, 1993) xxiii. Starting a Private Practice: Medical Practice in the 90s, Lecture to Psychiatry Residents, Department of Psychiatry, University of Florida College of Medicine (March 12, 1993) xxiv. When Behavioral Management Isn’t Enough: Current Pharmacological Interventions and the Impact of Pharmacological Interventions, Presented to FARPPS, Support Group for Head Injured/Traumatic Brain Injured Families, Clearwater, FL (July 15, 1993) Managing Depression and New Approaches for Treatment, Presented to Pinellas County Physicians, Clearwater, FL (October 21, 1993) xxvi. Disorders of Thinking: Schizophrenia, Psychiatry Lecture Series to First-Year Medical Students, Department of Psychiatry, University of Florida College of Medicine (March 11, 1994) xxvii. When Behavioral Management Isn’t Enough: Current Pharmacological Interventions and the Impact of Pharmacological Interventions, Presented to Case Management Society of Tampa Bay, Head Injured/Traumatic Brain Injured Clients, Tampa, FL (March 31,1994) xxviii. Mild Head Injury and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, Teleconference presented to USF&G Insurance Company, Clearwater, FL (May 5, 1994) xxiv. Diagnostic Changes in DSM-IV and Current Trends in Managing Depression, Presented to Pinellas County Physicians, Dunedin, FL (May 26, 1994) Sequelae of Head Injury Trauma: Diagnosis of Malingering Illness, Presented to Pinellas County Physicians, Tarpon Springs, FL (June 10, 1994) xxvi. Depression and Psychotic Symptoms in the Elderly, Presented to Pinellas County Physicians, Clearwater, FL (June 11, 1994) xxvii. Depression in the Elderly, Continuing Medical Education Seminar presented to House Staff, Bayonet Point Hospital, Bayonet Point, FL (July 21, 1994) Curriculum Vitae of Alan J. Waldman, M.D. Revised040612 xxviii. Update on Depression: An Overview of SSRIs, Presented at Physicians’ Seminar, xxix. Diagnostic Changes in DSM-IV and Update on Depression, Presented to Hillsborough County Physicians, Tampa, FL (November 2, December 7, 1994) Pharmacodynamics of SSRIs: Changes and Current Literature, Presented to the Pinellas County Psychiatric Association (March 27, 1995) xxxi. Issues Pertaining to Standardization of Competency Criteria, Clinical Advisory Committee, Department of Children and Families, State of Florida, Tampa, FL (November 6, 1996) xxxii. Lecture to Criminology Honor Society, Mental Health and the Law, University of Florida, xxxiii. NFETC Clinical Staff Lecture Series: Using the DSM IV, Thought Disorders, Anti-Social Personality Disorder and Malingered Mental Illness and Neuropsychiatry (1997) xxxiv. Patient Presentation and Lectures on Incompetent to Proceed and Not Guilty By Reason of Insanity Commitments, Mental Health and the Law, University of Florida College of Law, at NFETC (1996 – 1998) xxxv. The Detection of Malingered Mental Illness, Lecture to the Gainesville/Ocala Claims xxxvi. Liver Metabolism: Biochemical Processes and Drug Biotransformation, Florida Psychiatric Society, Spring Statewide Educational Program (April 2000) xxxvii. The Faces of Schizophrenia, Eighth Judicial Circuit, Mental Health Court (March 2001) xxxviii. Sexually Violent Predator Laws, Evolution and Practice, Department of Forensic Psychiatry, University of Florida College of Medicine (March 2001) xxxix. The Detection of Malingered Mental Illness, Department of Forensic Psychiatry, University of Florida College of Medicine (September 2001) xxxx. The Mental Status Exam, Eighth Judicial Circuit, Mental Health Court Staff (2001) xxxxi. Medications and How They Work, Eighth Judicial Circuit, Mental Health Court Staff
xxxxii. Malingering Mental Illness, Eighth Judicial Circuit, Mental Health Court Staff (2004)

xxxxiii Discussion Panel Member, Sexually Violent Predator, Defense Bar (August, 2006)
xxxxiv Sexually Violent Predator Laws, Evolution and Practice, The Forensic Institute,
Department of Psychiatry, University of Florida College of Medicine (May 2009)
Curriculum Vitae of Alan J. Waldman, M.D. Revised040612
xxxxv The Detection of Malingered Mental Illness, The Forensic Institute,
Department of Psychiatry, University of Florida College of Medicine (May 2009)

COMMUNITY SERVICE: CIVIC & SOCIAL ACTIVITIES

Guest Speaker, Alachua County Mental Health Association (1988 – 1992) Guest Speaker, Mease Hospital Physicians Speakers Bureau (1992 – 1994) Anxiety and Panic Attacks, Presentation for Mease Healthline Seminar Series, Countryside Mall, Clearwater, FL (August 6, 1992) Current Issues in the Treatment of Depression, Presentation for Community Awareness Series, Charter Hospital of Pasco, Lutz, FL (August 20, 1992) Current Issues in the Treatment of Depression, Presentation for Mease Healthline Seminar Series, Countryside Mall, Clearwater, FL (October 8, 1992) and Residents of Marriott’s Stratford Court, Palm Harbor, FL (October 22, 1992) Dealing with Stress in Your Life, Presentation to Office Managers and Staff, Sponsored by Charter Hospital of Pasco, Pinellas County (November 12, 1992) Anxiety and Panic: Dealing with the Holidays, Presentation for Helen Ellis Hospital, Holiday, FL (December 7, 1992) and for Clearwater Lions Club (December 15, 1992) The Nursing Home: Family Issues, Presentation to the Family Group, Westchester Gardens Nursing Home, Oldsmar, FL (March 3, 1993) Elderly Depression and Diagnostic Changes in DSM-IV, Presented to Pinellas County Physicians, Sponsored by Bay Area Healthcare Alliance, Tarpon Springs, FL (September 22, 1994) Original Psychiatric Advisor, Eighth Judicial Circuit, Mental Health Court (1999 – WEB SITES
JurisPro.com and ALMexperts.com; see headings Neuropsychiatry, Forensic
Psychiatry, Malingering, Traumatic Brain Injury, Competency and Sanity
MISCELLANEOUS

Author of Certificate of Need submitted to the State of Ohio for a private, freestanding
Surgi-Center, Maple Heights, OH (1983)
Physician Recruiter for private, freestanding Surgi-Center, Maple Heights, OH (1983)
Curriculum Vitae of Alan J. Waldman, M.D. Revised040612 Member of Board of Directors serving our Community Kids (SOCKS, Youth Baseball Program) (1998), Vice President (1999) Football Coach, Boys Club of Gainesville (2001) Basketball Coach, Gainesville YMCA (2003-2004) Curriculum Vitae of Alan J. Waldman, M.D. Revised040612

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