David McDowell Net Worth
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1,80m.*This information was provided by Sabrina Koenig, 50 years old. Job: (Supervisor, Ready-Mixed Food Preparation). From Quincy, Pennsylvania.
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David McDowell information
Birth date and age[BOD]: 1963-01-01
Height:511 (1.8 m)
Profession: Actor, Writer, Music Department
David M. McDowell (1963-2014) David was born in Haddam, Connecticut was a psychiatrist, author and creative consultant. He co-founded the Substance Treatment and Research Service at Columbia University and served as its medical director. He also founded Columbias Buprenorphine Program, the first such treatment program for opiate addiction in the United States, which according to the New York Times had an 88% success rate. His scholarly work has focused on co-occurring psychiatric disorders and substance abuse problems, particularly club drugs and marijuana. McDowells book Substance Abuse: From Principles to Practice, is one of the more highly regarded and accessible books on the subject, and is excerpted in the American Psychiatric Associations textbook on substance abuse treatment.