Oldham, John (M.)

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OLDHAM, John (M.)

OLDHAM, John (M.). American, b. 1940. Genres: Psychiatry. Career: St. Luke's Hospital, NYC, intern in pediatrics, 1967-68; New York State Psychiatric Institute, resident, 1968-71, deputy director, 1984-89, acting director, 1989-90, director, 1990-; Columbia University, NYC, resident in psychiatry, 1968-71, chief resident in psychiatry at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, 1970-71, instructor, 1974-76, associate, 1976-77, lecturer, 1977-84, associate professor, 1984-88, professor of clinical psychiatry, 1988-; Columbia Psychoanalytic Center, NYC, candidate, 1969-77, training and supervising psychoanalyst, 1983-; Washington Psychoanalytic Institute, Washington, DC, auditor, 1971-72; Cornell University, assistant professor, 1977-83, associate professor, 1983-84. American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, diplomate and examiner, 1973; Roosevelt Hospital, director of psychiatric emergency services, 1973-74, director of residency training, 1974-77; New York Hospital, Westchester Division, director of Short Term Diagnostic and Treatment Unit, 1977-80, director of Division of Acute Treatment Services, 1980-84, chairman of Acute Division Research Group, 1981- 84, co-project director for Borderline Research Group, 1982-84; Presbyterian Hospital, associate attending psychiatrist, 1984-88, attending psychiatrist, 1988-; New York State Office of Mental Health, Albany, chief medical officer, 1989-. Publications: (with L.M. Russakoff) Dynamic Therapy in Brief Hospitalization, 1987; (with L.B. Morris) The Personality Self-Portrait, 1990; Psychiatric Research: New Findings and Future Directions, 1992. EDITOR: (section) R. Michels, ed., Psychiatry, 1985; (with M.B. Riba and A. Tasman) American Psychiatric Press Review of Psychiatry, Volume XII, 1992. EDITOR & CONTRIBUTOR: (with R.S. Liebert) The Middle Years: New Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 1989; Personality Disorders: New Perspectives on Diagnostic Validity, 1991; (with F.I. Kass and H. Pardes) The Columbia Guide to Emotional and Mental Health, 1992. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor to medical journals. Address: New York Psychiatric Institute, 1051 Riverside Dr, New York, NY 10032, U.S.A.