completed general psychiatry, geriatic psychiatry, and post-doctoral research training at Brown University. His clinical work is as an attending psychiatrist and the Assistant Unit Chief on Butler Hospital's inpatient geriatric psychiatry unit.
Dr. Epstein-Lubow has written and contributed to manuscripts regarding the nature and treatment of geriatric depression, the prediction of depression in family caregivers, and use of the biological markers in the study of psychotic depression and schizophrenia. Dr. Epstein-Lubow teaches general psychiatry residents and geriatric psychiatry fellows, and recently served as co-director of the Alpert Medical School's Scholarly Concentration in Contemplative Studies for medical students.
Dr. Epstein-Lubow's primary career goal is to build a programmatic line of research studying the comprehensive treatment of severe behavioral disturbance in dementia, focusing on strengthening hospital-based services, reducing rehospitalization and improving patients' and caregivers' quality of life.