Charles S Grob, M.D.


Work Titles and Affiliation
LABioMed Chief, CHILD PSYCHIATRY
UCLA Professor, Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences
Education:
Degrees:
M.D.

Contact Information:

Email Address:

cgrob@labiomed.org


Fax Number:

(310) 328-7217

Work Phone Number:

(310) 222-3112

Mailing Address:

1000 W. Carson Street Box 498
Torrance, CA 90509

Work Address:

Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
1000 W. Carson Street
Torrance, CA 90509

Detailed Biography:

Research Interest: Areas of Research Focus: Psychopharmacology of Hallucinogens & MDMA, Safety & Efficacy of Antidepressant Treatments in Children & Adolescents, and Youth Substance Abuse

Publications:

Anderson Brian T, Labate Beatriz C, Meyer Matthew, Tupper Kenneth W, Barbosa Paulo C R, Grob Charles S, Dawson Andrew, McKenna Dennis   Statement on ayahuasca The International journal on drug policy, 2012; 23(3): 173-5.
Asarnow Joan Rosenbaum, Baraff Larry J, Berk Michele, Grob Charles S, Devich-Navarro Mona, Suddath Robert, Piacentini John C, Rotheram-Borus Mary Jane, Cohen Daniel, Tang Lingqi   An emergency department intervention for linking pediatric suicidal patients to follow-up mental health treatment Psychiatric services (Washington, D.C.), 2011; 62(11): 1303-9.
Grob Charles S, Danforth Alicia L, Chopra Gurpreet S, Hagerty Marycie, McKay Charles R, Halberstadt Adam L, Greer George R   Pilot study of psilocybin treatment for anxiety in patients with advanced-stage cancer Archives of general psychiatry, 2011; 68(1): 71-8.
Callaway J C, Grob Charles S, McKenna Dennis J, Nichols David E, Shulgin Alexander, Tupper Kenneth W   A demand for clarity regarding a case report on the ingestion of 5-methoxy-N, N-dimethyltryptamine (5-MeO-DMT) in an Ayahuasca preparation Journal of analytical toxicology, 2010; 30(6): 406-7; author reply 407.
Griffths Roland R, Grob Charles S   Hallucinogens as medicine Scientific American, 2010; 303(6): 76-9.
Asarnow Joan Rosenbaum, Baraff Larry J, Berk Michele, Grob Charles, Devich-Navarro Mona, Suddath Robert, Piacentini John, Tang Lingqi   Pediatric emergency department suicidal patients: two-site evaluation of suicide ideators, single attempters, and repeat attempters Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2008; 47(8): 958-66.
Chang Linda, Ernst Thomas, Speck Oliver, Grob Charles S   Additive effects of HIV and chronic methamphetamine use on brain metabolite abnormalities The American journal of psychiatry, 2005; 162(2): 361-9.
de Rios Marlene Dobkin, Grob Charles S, Lopez Enrique, da Silviera Dartiu Xavier, Alonso Luisa K, Doering-Silveira Evelyn   Ayahuasca in adolescence: Qaualitative results Journal of psychoactive drugs, 2005; 37(2): 135-9.
Doering-Silveira Evelyn, Lopez Enrique, Grob Charles S, de Rios Marlene Dobkin, Alonso Luisa K, Tacla Cristiane, Shirakawa Itiro, Bertolucci Paulo H, Da Silveira Dartiu X   Ayahuasca in adolescence: a neuropsychological assessment Journal of psychoactive drugs, 2005; 37(2): 123-8.
Da Silveira Dartiu Xavier, Grob Charles S, de Rios Marlene Dobkin, Lopez Enrique, Alonso Luisa K, Tacla Cristiane, Doering-Silveira Evelyn   Ayahuasca in adolescence: a preliminary psychiatric assessment Journal of psychoactive drugs, 2005; 37(2): 129-33.
de Rios Marlene Dobkin, Grob Charles S   Ayahuasca use in cross-cultural perspective Journal of psychoactive drugs, 2005; 37(2): 119-21.
Chang Linda, Cloak Christine, Patterson Kari, Grob Charles, Miller Eric N, Ernst Thomas   Enlarged striatum in abstinent methamphetamine abusers: a possible compensatory response Biological psychiatry, 2005; 57(9): 967-74.
Doering-Silveira Evelyn, Grob Charles S, de Rios Marlene Dobkin, Lopez Enrique, Alonso Luisa K, Tacla Cristiane, Da Silveira Dartiu Xavier   Report on psychoactive drug use among adolescents using ayahuasca within a religious context Journal of psychoactive drugs, 2005; 37(2): 141-4.
de Rios Marlene Dobkin, Grob Charles S, Baker John R   Hallucinogens and redemption Journal of psychoactive drugs, 2003; 34(3): 239-48.
Back-Madruga Carla, Boone Kyle B, Chang Linda, Grob Charles S, Lee Allison, Nations Heather, Poland Russell E   Neuropsychological effects of 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA or ecstasy) in recreational users The Clinical neuropsychologist, 2003; 17(4): 446-59.
Grob Charles S   The politics of Ecstasy Journal of psychoactive drugs, 2003; 34(2): 143-4.

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Adolescent Adult Amphetamine-Related Disorders Analysis of Variance Animals Anxiety Anxiety Disorders Banisteriopsis Case-Control Studies Chi-Square Distribution Cross-Cultural Comparison Demography Depression Double-Blind Method Hallucinogens Humans Image Processing, Computer-Assisted Informed Consent Interview, Psychological Learning Life Mental Disorders Mental Processes Methamphetamine Middle Aged N-Methyl-3,4-methylenedioxyamphetamine Neuropsychological Tests Nicotinic Acids Nurses Pain Pharmaceutical Preparations Placebos Plant Extracts Psilocybine Psychological Tests Psychomotor Performance Psychopharmacology Psychotropic Drugs Quality of Life Religion Religion and Psychology Research Research Personnel Serotonin Street Drugs Substance-Related Disorders

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