Psych Associates of Maryland has been leading the company toward an innovative and exciting future. We are expanding our services to include specialty centers like the Autism Behavior or Applied Behavioral Analysis, Women's Mental Health Center, Disaster Psychiatry Center, Interventional Psychiatry Center, and Geriatric Psychiatry Center and exciting new interventions and treatments, such as Botox for depression, sensory pods, ketamine treatments, and more. We have also established a number of research collaborations and utilizing PAM's large patient population is contributing to the scientific understanding of psychiatric illness and the efficacy of new and exciting treatments. Inspiration is always smacking you in the face, here at PAM and there are endless opportunities!
Clinical Insights conducts research in a variety of areas. By following links to the disorders listed here you will find some general information about the disorder and links to other sites related to the disorder.
If you would like to be considered for a research study, please complete an interest form or call our office at
Lawrence W. Adler, MD, CPI, is in private practice and clinical research in Glen Burnie, Maryland. In addition to being Director of Clinical Trials and a Principal Investigator at Clinical Insights in Glen Burnie, Dr. Adler is an attending physician at North Arundel Hospital in Glen Burnie, and has courtesy privileges at Sheppard Pratt Hospital in Towson, Maryland.
After earning his medical degree from the University of Maryland School Medicine in Baltimore, Dr. Adler conducted postdoctoral research in Biological chemistry, publishing papers on membrane biology and active transport energetics. Dr. Adler served as a resident psychiatrist at Sheppard Pratt Hospital for three years.
Dr. Adler is board-certified in General and Geriatric Psychiatry, is certified in Clinical Psychopharmacology, and is a Certified Physician Investigator. He currently is Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Previously, he was on the psychiatry research faculty at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
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