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Gallucci, Gerard, M.D., M.H.S.

Assistant Professor

Main Office Address

Mason Lord, East Tower, D-2-E
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
4940 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21224

Phone: 410-550-0088
Fax: 410-550-1748

E-mail: ggallucc@jhmi.edu

Education

1978

B.A.

Columbia College, Columbia University

1984

M.D.

George Washington University School of Medicine

1990

M.H.S.

Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health

1984-1985

Internal Medicine
Internship

Francis Scott Key Medical Center

1985-1988

Psychiatry Residency

Johns Hopkins Hospital

1988-1990

Psychiatric Epidemiology
Fellowship

Johns Hopkins School of Public Health

Professional Interests

  • Public/Administrative and Community Psychiatry
  • Treatment of patients with Mental Retardation/Developmental Disabilities and Psychiatric Illness 
  • Psychiatric Epidemiology

Selected Publications

Gallucci, G. and Smolinski, J.: Treatment Contracts for Patients with Hepatitis C, Psychiatric Illness, and Substance Abuse. Psychosomatics, 42:4, July-Aug 2001:353-358 

Hackerman, F. Buccino, DL, Gallucci,G. and Schmidt, C.W. Jr.: The effect of a split in WAIS-R VIQ and PIQ scores on patients with cognitive impairment and Psychiatric illness. Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, 8:1, 1996, 85-87. 

Gallucci, G. and Beard, G.: Risperidone and the treatment of delusions of parasitosis in an elderly patient. Psychosomatics, Nov-Dec, 1995, pp 578-580 

Gallucci, G., Andersen, A., Hackerman, F., and Mondimore, F.: Eating disorders in patients with intellectual and developmental disabilities: Four cases. Mental Health Aspects of Developmental Disabilities (in press)  Gallucci, G., Buccino,D., and Cournoyer, M.: Challenges related to thioridazine use in patients with mental retardation and developmental disabilities. Mental Health Aspects of Developmental Disabilities. Jan-Mar 2003 vol. 6, no.1   

 
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