- ASSISTANT CLINICAL PROFESSOR Psychiatry
MD, Sackler School of Medicine (NY)
Mount Sinai Hospital
Fellowship, Addiction Psychiatry
New York University School of Medicine
Widlitz M, Dermatis H, Galanter M, Bunt G. Gang membership and subsequent engagement into a drug free therapeutic community . Substance Abuse 2007; 28(2): 33-40.
Widlitz M. Lithium toxicity. In: Kolevzon A, Stewart DG, editors. Psychiatric Pearls. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Hanley and Belfus; pp46-48.
Widlitz M. Cocaine intoxication. In: Kolevzon A, Stewart DG, editors. Psychiatric Pearls. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Hanley and Belfus; pp198-201.
Widlitz M, Marin DB. Substance abuse in older adults: An overview. Geriatrics 2002; 57(12): 29-34.
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