Faculty Profile

Dr. Paula Marcus, M.D.

Paula Marcus, M.D.

Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Areas of Research: Depression and cognition post-liver transplantation

Professional Interests

Dr. Marcus is the Director of the Psychosocial Service to the Montefiore Einstein Center for Transplantation and is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.

Selected Publications

Marcus, P. Integrating Behavioral Health into a Transplantation Service-One Institution’s Approach. Current Psychiatry Reviews, 2016; 12:1-3

Cervera, I., De Vargas, M.G., Cortes, C.M., Ahsanuddin, S., De Feo, M., McDonough, P., Velez, C., Marcus, P., Kayler, L. A Hospital-based Educational Approach to Increase Live Donor Kidney Transplantation Among Blacks and Hispanics. Clinical and Experimental Medical Letters. Mar 10 2015; 56:43-52

Flattau A, Olaywi M, Gaglio PJ, Marcus P, Meissner P, Dorfman EB, Reinus JF. Social barriers to adult liver transplantation listing: Prevalence and association with program characteristics. Liver Transplantation. 2011; 17(10):1167-1175

Marcus P. Left Ventricular Assist Devices: Psychosocial Challenges in the Elderly. Annals of Thoracic Surgery 2009; 88: e48-9

Marcus P., Kennedy GJ., Wetherbee C et al. Training Professional Home Care Staff to Help Reduce Depression in Elderly Home Care Recipients. Clinical Geriatrics 2006; 14(7):13-16

Marcus P. Mental Health Care for Prisoners (letter) New York Times Oct.1,2006

Kennedy GJ., Marcus P. Use of Antidepressants in Older Patients with Co-Morbid Medical Conditions. Drugs and Aging 2005; 22 (4):273-287

Marcus, P. SSRIs and Mammoplasia (letter) American Journal of Psychiatry 2001; 158:6

Marcus, P., Snyder, R. Clozaril and Antecedent History of Substance Abuse (letter) American Journal of Psychiatry 1995; 152:959

Marcus, P. Outpatient Suicides (letter) Hospital and Community Psychiatry 1994; 45:1147

Marcus, P., Alcabes, P. Characteristics of Suicides by Inmates in an Urban Jail Hospital and Community Psychiatry 1993; 44:256-261

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