John Rotrosen

John Rotrosen

Professor, Department of Psychiatry

addiction, biological psychiatry, psychopharmacology, clinical neuroscience

Dr. Rotrosen is Professor of Psychiatry at New York University School of Medicine. He attended NYU School of Medicine from 1968 to 1972 and completed a Psychiatry Research Residency at NYU and Bellevue Hospital in 1976. Subsequent research training was supported in part by an NIMH Research Scientist Career Development Award under the mentorship of Drs. Samuel Gershon and Burt Angrist. From 1980 through 1997, he served as Chief, Psychiatry Service, and from 1997 to 2013, as Associate Chief of Staff for Mental Health Research at the VA Medical Center in New York. His research has focused on addictive disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and schizophrenia and movement disorders, addressing pathophysiology, pharmacological and behavioral intervention, and translation to community settings. His research group has contributed to the development of many of the atypical antipsychotic agents and to the development of new medications, novel forms of medication delivery, and behavioral therapies for opiate, cocaine, alcohol and nicotine dependence. He was PI of the NY VAMC-based NIDA/VA Medications Development Research Unit from 1995-2001 and PI of the NY Node of the NIDA Clinical Trials Network (and currently one of the two PIs of the merged Greater NY Node). He recently served on the National Advisory Council on Drug Abuse (NIDA Council) and previously on NIMH Council. Current work in addictive disorders includes studies on clinical genetics, neuroimaging, medication and behavioral therapies development, implementation in mainstream healthcare settings, services and healthcare disparities, and practice improvement. He chairs and serves as a member of data monitoring and safety boards and as a medical monitor for several studies and serves as a key mentor to a multi-disciplinary group of trainees, K-awardees and junior faculty.



Academic office

One Park Avenue

Eighth Floor

New York, NY 10016

Is this your profile?
These focus areas and their associated publications are derived from medical subject headings from PubMed.
represents one publication

Professor, Department of Psychiatry

Residency, NYU School of Medicine, Psychiatry Research Residency

Campbell, Aimee N C; Barbosa-Leiker, Celestina; Hatch-Maillette, Mary; Mennenga, Sarah E; Pavlicova, Martina; Scodes, Jennifer; Saraiya, Tanya; Mitchell, Shannon G; Rotrosen, John; Novo, Patricia; Nunes, Edward V; Greenfield, Shelly F

American journal on addictions. 2018 Sep 15; 27(6):465-470

Levran, Orna; Correa da Rosa, Joel; Randesi, Matthew; Rotrosen, John; Adelson, Miriam; Kreek, Mary Jeanne

PLoS one. 2018 Jun 28; 13(6):e0199951-e0199951

Rotrosen, John

American journal of psychiatry. 2018 Jun 01; 175(6):495-497

Extended-release vs. oral naltrexone for alcohol dependence treatment in primary care [Meeting Abstract]

Malone, M; Vittitow, A; McDonald, R D; Tofighi, B; Garment, A; Schatz, D; Laska, E; Goldfeld, K; Rotrosen, J; Lee, J D

Alcoholism: clinical & experimental research. 2018 June; (41st):64A

Doran, Kelly M; Rahai, Neloufar; McCormack, Ryan P; Milian, Jacqueline; Shelley, Donna; Rotrosen, John; Gelberg, Lillian

Drug & alcohol dependence. 2018 May 22; 188:328-333

Fluctuations in Craving and Mood State Bias Subjective Valuation in Addiction [Meeting Abstract]

Messinger, John; Lopez-Guzman, Silvia; Banavar, Nidhi; Rotrosen, John; Glimcher, Paul; Konova, Anna

Biological psychiatry. 2018 MAY 1; 83:S232-S232

Dynamic Changes in Risky Decision-Making Predict Imminent Heroin Use in Opioid Users Studied Longitudinally Through the First Months of Treatment [Meeting Abstract]

Konova, Anna; Lopez-Guzman, Silvia; Urmanche, Adelya; Ross, Stephen; Louie, Kenway; Rotrosen, John; Glimcher, Paul

Biological psychiatry. 2018 MAY 1; 83:S31-S31

Substance use and social determinants of health among emergency department patients [Meeting Abstract]

Gerber, E; Castelblanco, D; Rahai, N; McCormack, R; Wittman, I; Shelly, D; Rotrosen, J; Gelberg, L; Doran, K

Academic emergency medicine. 2018 May; Conference:(2018):S187

Study Finds Two Opioid Treatments Equally Effective