Currriculum Vitae - Paul Lowinger, M. D., M. Sc.

Born 1923,  Chicago
Three children
Military Service: Army, 1943-46; U.S.P.H.S., 1949-50, 1953-55

B.S. 1945, Northwestern University
M. D. 1949, State University of Iowa
M. Sc. 1953, State University of Iowa
Internship 1949-50, U. S. Marine Hospital. Staten Island, N. Y.
Psychiatric Residency 1950-1953, Department of Psychiatry, State
University of Iowa
Diplomate, Psychiatry 1956, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

Instructor, Psychiatry 1953-55, Tulane University, New Orleans
Deputy Chief, Psychiatry  l953-55, U. S. Marine Hospital, New Orleans
Associate Professor, Psychiatry 1955-1974, Wayne State University,
Chief, Adult Outpatient Service 1955-1970, Lafayette Clinic, Detroit
Chief, Psychiatry 1959-1970, Detroit Memorial Hospital
Medical Director l970-1974, Detroit Model Neighborhood Drug Abuse
Clinical Professor 1975- 1994,  Psychiatry and Community Medicine,
        University of California, San Francisco
Lecturer 1983, School of Public Health. University of California, Berkeley
Instructor 1976, Continuing Education, University of California
              Santa Cruz
Medical Administrator, Prisoners' Health Project 1974-76, San Francisco
               General Hospital
Director, Psychiatric Residency Training 1976-78, Highland General
Chief, Psychiatry 1982, Merrithew General Hospital, Martinez and Staff,
                 Community Mental Health, Richmond, CA 1978-1985
Full Time Private Practice, 1985-1992
Retired, 1992

[11 representative books and papers out of 192 (87
research and 105 on health policy)  which appeared between 1952 and 1992.]

*Lowinger, P., and Huston, P., "Transference and the Physical Presence of
the Physician," Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases, 121:250-256, 1955.
*Lowinger, P., Dobie, S. and Reid, S., "What Happens to the Psychiatric
Office Patient Treated with Drugs? A Followup Study," The Psychiatric
Quarterly, 41: 536-549, 1967.
*Lowinger, P., Dobie, S., and Mood, D., "Does the Race, Religion or Social
Class of the Psychiatric Patient Affect His Treatment?", Science and
Psychoanalysis, Ed. Masserman, J., Vol. 9, Grune and Stratton, New York,
*Smith, F., Trifax, G. Zuehlke, D., Lowinger, P., and Nghiem, T., "Health
Information During a Week of Television " The New England Journal of
Medicine, 286: 516-520, 1972.
*Lowinger, P., "How the Chinese Solved Their Drug Abuse Problem", The New
York Times, June 2, 1973.
*Darrow, C., and Lowinger, P., "The Detroit Uprising: A Psychosocial
Study", Patterns of Personality, Ed. Kamil, A., and Simonson, H., 365-373.
Little Brown and Company, 1973.
*Lowinger, P., "The Detroit Case: Psychosurgery," The New Republic, April
13, 1974.
*Lowinger, P., "Brainwashing: Truth Comes Home to Roost," Los Angeles
Times, December 11, 1977.
*Livingston, M., and Lowinger, P. The Minds of the Chinese People: Mental
Health in New China, 1983, Prentice Hall.
*Lowinger, P., "Physician Stress, " The Western Journal of Medicine, 150:
92, 1988.
*Lowinger, P., "Why Do We Have Drug Abuse?" Substance Abuse A Comprehensive
Textbook, Ed. Lowinson, J., Ruiz, P., and Millman,
R., Williams & Wilkins, Baltimore, 1992

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