Dr. David Landau

Dr. David Landau

David Landau, M.D., Ph.D.

EDUCATION: Boards
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology: Re-certification as Diplomate in Psychiatry, May 2004 – December 2014. American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology: Diplomate in Forensic Psychiatry, April 1999 – December 2009.
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology: Diplomate in Psychiatry October, 1995 – October, 2005.

Additional Training

Certified Correctional Health Professional (CCHP), August 2001 to 2004.

Medical

Internship and Residency, University of New Mexico School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, July, 1981 – November, 1985.
University of New Mexico School of Medicine, M.D., 1981.

Non-Medical – Post-Graduate

University of Florida, Ph.D., 1970: Major – Zoology; minor, Psychology. Dissertation: An Analysis of the Fatty Acid Composition of the Migratory Indigo Bunting (Passerina cyanea)

University of Florida, MST, 1966: major – Zoology; minor – Biochemistry. City University of New York University, 1961-62. Education courses for teaching certification.

Undergraduate

Hunter College, New York City, 1955-56.
Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, 1956-59. B.A., 1959: major – Chemistry.

AWARDS AND HONORS

Robert Kellner Teaching Award, Department of Psychiatry, University of New Mexico School of Medicine, 1996-1997 Ginsburg Fellow of the Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry (GAP), 1982-1984.
National Eye Institute Post-Doctoral Fellow, 1970-1972.

WORK EXPERIENCE

Psychiatrist for Aliviar Counseling Center, Nov 2015- present.
Psychiatrist for Albuquerque Behavioral Health, LLC, Feb. 2016- present.
Psychiatrist: Private Practice, March, 1987 – Present.
Psychiatrist for Metropolitan Detention Center (Bernalillo County/Albuquerque), Nov. 2012- May 2014 Psychiatrist for Sandoval County Detention Center, Jan. ‘10- Dec. ‘12
Psychiatrist, as locum tenens, for Staffcare, Inc., Lewis Prison, Buckeye, Arizona, March ‘11 to June ’11; Dec. ’11 to June ’12.
Psychiatrist, as locum tenens, for Staffcare, Inc., at The Meadows, Rehabilitation Center,
Wickenburg, Arizona, Dec. 2009 – May, 2010; Nov. ‘10 – Feb. ‘11.
Psychiatrist, as locum tenens, for Staffcare, Inc., at the Phoenix Prison Complex, Phoenix, Arizona, November 2008 – May 2009.
Psychiatrist for the Corrections Corporation of America (a) Santa Fe County Detention Center, Santa Fe, New Mexico, September 1992 – June 1997. (b) Torrance County Detention Facility, Estancia, New Mexico, March 1991 – June 2008.
Psychiatrist for Cornell Company
(a) Valencia County Detention Center, Los Lunas, New Mexico, September 2000 – December 2004.
(b) Regional Correction Center, Bernalillo County, New Mexico, June 2004 – June 2007.
Correctional Psychiatric Consultant to Metropolitan Detention Center, (Bernalillo County), 2003 – 2006.
Psychiatrist, Western New Mexico Counseling Services (Presbyterian Medical Services, Gallup, New Mexico) April 2002 – October 2004.
Psychiatrist, Acoma-Canyoncito-Laguna Hospital, Acoma, New Mexico, June 2000 – March 2002 (includes Canyoncito Clinic).
Psychiatrist, Four Directions Counseling Service, Gallup Indian Medical Center, Gallup, New Mexico, May, 1999 – June 2000. (Includes the Tohatchi Special Education Training Center and Coyote Canyon Rehabilitation Center.)
Psychiatrist, Outpatient Services at the San Miguel-Mora-Guadalupe County Mental Health Center (SMMGCMHC) (including the Santa Rosa Clinic), March, 1998 – May, 1999.
Psychiatrist for the Department of Corrections, State of New Mexico: Mental Health Treatment Center at the Central New Mexico Correctional Facility Los Lunas, New Mexico – January, 1995 – February, 1998. Western New Mexico Correctional Facility, Grants, New Mexico, June, 1992 – January, 1995. Central New Mexico Correctional Facility, Los Lunas, New Mexico, March, 1993 – January, 1995. Southern New Mexico Correctional Facility, Las Cruces, New Mexico, April, 1989 – April, 1992.
Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, University of New Mexico School of Medicine, June 2004 – June 2007. Clinical Associate: Department of Psychiatry, University of New Mexico School of Medicine, 1988 – 1992.
Assistant Professor of Biology, Department of Biology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1972 – 1977. Teaching Responsibilities: Human Anatomy and Physiology
Comparative Anatomy and Comparative Physiology Advising Responsibilities: Undergraduate advisor for the four-year program in Medical Technology, 1973 – 1977. Research Responsibilities: Participating faculty member in the Biomedical Sciences Advancement Program.
National Eye Institute Post-Doctoral Fellow and Instructor, Department of Anatomy School of Medicine, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1970 – 1972. Teaching Responsibilities: Instructor in Histology and Neurobiology Laboratory. Research Responsibilities A quantitative ultrastructural analysis of the ratio between optic nerve fibers and retinal ganglion cells in the human.
Research Associate, Department of Ophthalmology, The University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, 1969 – 1970. Responsibilities: Determination of transcorneal DC potentials in the rabbit.
Research Assistantship (Part-time), Department of Ophthalmology, The University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, 1967 – 1969. Responsibilities: A quantitative histological analysis of cellular components of the retinae of Pinnipeds (seals and sea-lions).
Teaching Assistantship (Part-time), Department of Biological Sciences, The University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, 1966 – 1967. Responsibilities: Instructor of laboratory assistant in general biology.
Laboratory Assistantship (Part-time), Department of Psychiatry, The University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, 1965 – 1966. Responsibilities:
Determination of Cytochrome C concentration in the flight muscles of the American Cockroach (Periplaneta americana)
Teaching Assistantship (Part-time), Department of Zoology, The University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, 1965.
Responsibilities: Laboratory instructor for Honors Section of general biology. Laboratory Assistant, Department of Physical Sciences, Institute of Marine Sciences,
The University of Miami, 1963 – 1964. Responsibilities: Quantification of particulate carbon from deep sea samples, using gas chromatography.
High School Biology Teacher, Washington Irving High School, New York City, January – June, 1962; and Haaren High School, New York City, 1961 – 1962.

PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

Hamilton, J., Roll, S. and Landau, D.,M.D., Ph.D., John Nash and the Metapsychology of Psychosis, New Mexico Psychoanalytic Society, 22 March, 2014.
Cyrino, M., Ph.D. and Landau, D., M.D.,Ph.D., Paranoia, Revenge and Violence; Perspectives from Mythological and Psychoanalytic Approaches, New Mexico Psychoanalytic Society, 19 October, 2013.
Psychiatric Diagnostic Evaluations in a Men’s Psychiatric Unit (2008-2009) Inservice, Department Psychology/Psychiatry, Lewis Prison, May, 2012.
Landau, D., M.D., Ph.D. and Cyrino, M., Ph.D., Cultures of Violence: From Ancient Greek Reality and Myth to Present Day Criminality: Biological, Social and Psychoanalytic Perspectives, New Mexico Psychoanalytic Society, 28 October, 2007.
Landau, D., M.D., Ph.D. and Anderson, Katherine, C.P.O., C.D., Hoarding Behavior: Conscious and Unconscious Motivations, underlying Neuroanatomical Models, and Review of Treatments: Uniting New Mexicans Against Adult Abuse Conference, Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico, 25-26 October 2007.
Landau, D., M.D., Ph.D., Clayton, Paula J., M.D., and Fawcett, Jan., M.D., Update in Bipolar Disorder. Psychiatric Medical Association of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, March 2004.
Landau, D., M.D., Ph.D., ABPN, Affect Regulations: Two Clinical Approaches. In Psychoanalytic Psychology, Vol. 20, No. 1, 170-173, April, 2003.
Landau, D., M.D., Ph.D., and Linell, J., Ph.D.: “The Forces of Psychic Disintegration Staged in Pinter’s ‘The Birthday Party.’” Nineteenth International Conference on Literature and Psychology, University of Siena at Arezzo, Italy, June 2002.
Affect. Barich, Kenneth, Ph.D., Levine, Judith, Ph.D., Landau, D., M.D., Ph.D. (Chair and Discussant). In Search for Synthesis, Twenty-first Annual Spring Meeting, Santa Fe, NM, April, 2001.
Psychoanalysis and the Arts. Linell, James, Ph.D., Landau, D., M.D., Ph.D. (Chairman), Green, Geoffrey, Ph.D., Green, Marcia, Ph.D., Zivly, Sherry, Ph.D. In Search for Synthesis, Twenty-first Annual Spring Meeting, Santa Fe, NM, April, 2001.
Landau, D., M.D., Ph.D., and Linell, J., Ph.D.: Bertholt Brecht’s Puntila: The Monster in the Garden of Imagination. Seventeenth International Psychoanalytic Study of the Arts, University of Bialostok, Poland, July, 2000. And Proceedings, (41-50) Instituto Superior de Psicologia Aplicado, Lisbon, 2001.
A Review of Psychotropic Medication. David Landau, M.D., Ph.D. Grand Rounds, Gallup Indian Medical Center, Gallup, New Mexico, November, 1999.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Children and Adults. David Landau, M.D., Ph.D., workshop presented to National Education Association/New Mexico Federation of Teachers, October 23, 1998.
Assessment of Suicidal Attempts vs. Self-Destructive Behavior in a Mentally Ill Prison Population. David Landau, M.D., Ph.D. Journal of the Mental Health in Corrections Consortium, Vol. 44, No. 3, pp. 33-34, Sept. 1998.
The Mind in Prison – Presentation, New Mexico Psychoanalytic Society, Albuquerque, New Mexico, June 1997.
Reduction of Crisis Interventions in Mentally-Ill Inmates Treated with Clozaril – Presentation in “Crisis in Correctional Mental Health,” Mental Health Corrections Consortium, Kansas City, Missouri. David Landau, M.D., Ph.D., 7-10 May, 1997.
The Use of Psychotropic medication in Inmates Transferring to Minimum Security Facilities. David Landau, M.D., Ph.D., Proceedings of the 1995 Mental Health in Corrections Symposium, p. 91.
What Happens to the Severely Mentally Ill in the New Mexico Corrections System? David Landau, M.D., Ph.D., Grand Rounds, Department of Psychiatry, University of New Mexico School of Medicine, May, 1995.
Personality Disorders: To Help Understand Mental Illness in Physicians. David Landau, M.D., Ph.D., International Conference on Physician Health. Ottawa, Ontario, September 1994.
The Mentally Ill Prisoner on Psychotropic Drugs: Can Community Correctional Programs Help to Integrate Such People in to the Community? Workshop coordinated by David Landau, M.D., Ph.D., at the International Association of Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services, Albuquerque, New Mexico, May, 1994.
Personality Disorders: A Psychodynamic Interpretation of Recovery of a Borderline Patient in 24 hours in an Emergency Room of a Medical Hospital – Case Presentation. Department of Psychiatry, Anna Kaseman Hospital. David Landau, M.D., Ph.D., January 1988.
Taking Care of the Care-Taker: The Impact of Borderline Personality Disordered Patients on a Psychiatric In-patient Ward. Department of Psychiatry, Anna Kaseman Hospital. David Landau, M.D., Ph.D., Fall, 1987, 1988.
The Leaderless Group – A Resident Support Group – Workshop presented at American Psychiatric Association, Dallas, Texas, 1985. B. Loubriel, T. McCarty, K. Hendrickson, and D. Landau.
A Scanning and Transmission Electron Microscope Study of the Human Cataractous Lens. Read at the American Association for the Advancement of Science meetings, Denver, Colorado, February, 1977 and the Department of Ophthalmology, Oxford University, Oxford, England, July, 1977.
Corticosterone Levels in Imprinting BEHAVIOR of Domestic Chicks. D. Landau, and L. Feldman. Read at the Physiological and Comparative Psychology Division of the American Psychological Association, August – September, 1975.
Effects of Hibernation of Photoreceptor Outer Segments in the Golden-Mantled Ground Squirrel (Spermophilus lateralis). Proceedings of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, May, 1975.
Ultrastructure of Photoreceptors in the Porpoise Retina. American Zoology, 14(4):1256, Spring, 1974 (Abs). Retinal Anatomy of the Bottlenosed Dolphin (Tursiops truncatus). J. Perez, W. W. Dawson, and D. Landau. Cetology, 11:1-11, December, 1972.
Quantifying Cells in the Retinal Ganglion Cell Layer and Optic Nerve Fibers in Pinnipeds and the Domestic Cat. Proceedings of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, May, 1972 (Abs). Dietary Influences on Adipose Tissue Composition in the Migratory Indigo Bunting (Passerina cyanea). American Zoology, II(4), November, 1971 (Abs).
The Histology of Retinas from the Pinnipedia. Landau and Dawson, Vision Research, 10:691-702, 1970.

ORGANIZATION MEMBERSHIP

Continuing Medical Education Coordinator, New Mexico Psychoanalytic Society, 1999-present Medical Advisor to the Board of Directors of DBSA (Depression, Bipolar Support Alliance), 2000-2004, 2007 – 2008
Certified Correctional Health Professional, National Commission on Correctional Health Care, 2001 – 2004. Academy of Correctional Health Professionals, 2000 – 2006. American Correctional Health Services Associate, 1993 – 2005.
Member, Impaired Physician Committee, New Mexico Medical Society, 1992 – 1996. President, New Mexico Psychoanalytic Society, 2000. Co-Chair, Program Committee, New Mexico Psychoanalytic Society, 1996 – 1998. Co-Chair, Membership Committee, New Mexico Psychoanalytic Society, 1991 – 1992. Chairman, Budget Committee, Psychiatric Medical Association of New Mexico, 1988 – 1993.
President, Psychiatric Medical Association of New Mexico, 2002. Psychiatric Medical Association of New Mexico, 1985 – Present. Vulnerable Populations Work Group, Governor’s Health Policy Advisory Committee, 1988. Board of Directors, Big Brother/Big Sister, 1986 – 1990. American Psychiatric Association, 1985 – Present. Greater Albuquerque Medical Association, 1986 – Present. American Association for the Advance of Science, 1970 – 1980. American Institute of Biological Sciences, 1966 – 1975. Phi Sigma – Sigma Chapter (Biological Honor Society) Chapter Editor, 1966 – 1967; Chapter Vice President, 1967 -1968; Chapter President, 1968 – 1969. American Society of Zoologists, 1970 – 1978. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, 1968 – 1978. Treasurer of New Mexico Society of Electron Microscopists, 1970 – 1980. Vice-Chairman of the Zoological Division of the Regional Rocky Mountain Division of A.A.A.S., 1975 – 1977.

GRANTS RECEIVED

Post-Doctoral Fellowship In the National Eye Institute, “Ganglion Cells v. Optic Nerve Fibers in the Human Eye.” Grant awarded, 1970-1972 for $18,000. Coordinate Proposal on behalf of the Biology Department to the Vice President for Research, 1972, requesting funds for the purchase of an electron microscope. Received $12,000. Proposal to Research Allocations Committee, 1973. “Effects of Light Deprivation in the Retina of the Mouse.” Received $1,185.

Participant in the Minority Program for Students in Biomedical Sciences. Grant awarded

1974 – 1977 for $31,000 (with Paul Silverman, Ph.D., and Paul Kerkof, Ph.D.). Submitted to the National Science Foundation, 1974: “Development, of an Audio-Tutorial Courses in Human Anatomy and Physiology,” (re-submitted, 1975). Requested $28,850. (Approved but not funded.) Proposal to Research Allocations Committee, 1975. “Effects of Total Darkness During Fixation on Photoreceptors of Ground Squirrels.” Received $1,105.

FORENSIC PSYCHIATRY

Testimonies
US v. Garcia, James, Mag. No. 14mj2403, Aug. 2015.

State of New Mexico v. Hirano, Kasuki, No. D-0101-CR-2008-219, Nov. 2008.

State of New Mexico v. Hererra, Larry, Cause No. CR04-02418, Oct. 2008.

Carrasco, et al. vs. Board of Education for Rio Rancho Schools, May 2003.

United States v. S. J., CR 98-251, 1998.

Civil Commitments of mentally ill inmates who completed their incarceration but were felt to continue to be a danger to themselves and others: New Mexico v. C. J., CR 93-00373 New Mexico v. M. O., CR 43214
New Mexico v. P. J., D-0722-CR 99-63

Treatment Guardians obtained for mentally ill inmates while incarcerated in the New Mexico Department of Corrections Mental health Treatment Center: New Mexico v. R. G., VA 95-088 SI New Mexico v. M. S., VA 95-75-SI
New Mexico v. H. P., VA 95-111 SI
New Mexico v. D. J., VA 96-05 SQ
New Mexico v. J. M., SQ 101 New Mexico v. C. B., VA 96-80 SQ
New Mexico v. M. S., VA 96-100 SQ
New Mexico v. B. D., VA 96-115 SQ
New Mexico v. M. O., VA 96-116 SQ
New Mexico v. J. W., VA 96-118 SQ
New Mexico v. H. P., VA 96-120- SQ
New Mexico v. J. B., SF 97-40 PB
New Mexico v. M. D., VA 97-124 SQ
Depositions Jose Castillo, Worker, WCA No. 05-55968 vs Les Fil Drywall Inc., and Ace American Insurance, Employer/Insurer; Deposition, Volume 1, June 10, 2009, Deposition Volume 2, June 11, 2009; Deposition Volume 3, October 5, 2009.
Dollie Purley as PR of Estate of Michael C. Purley, deceased, vs. PMSA & Catherine Kincaid, M.D., CV-03-05657, June 2005.
Massoth, et al., v. City of Albuquerque, et al./Attorney Jeffrey L. Baker USDC Cause No. CIV 98-0515JC/DJS PCM Claim No. 142-1200291
Reed, Dennis vs. Valenzuela; CV88-04873, Oct. 1990
Competency Evaluation Garcia, James v. USA; Mag. No. 14mj2403, 15 Aug., 2014
Montana, Veltin v. USA; CR-07-1165L4, 8 Dec., 2007.

Psychiatric Evaluations for the Court
United States v. Leneil Christopher Valencia; CR-06-2079JH, July 2007. State of New Mexico vs. Richard Whittle; CR-02-4030, Dec. 2003. Bureau of Primary Healthcare for Antonio Pelier-Jimenz, A72-347-537, Jan. 2003. State of New Mexico vs. Belinda Yazzi; CR-00-4314, April 2001. State of New Mexico vs. Cecilia Nunez; CR-99-3584, April 2000. State of New Mexico vs. “Mike” Aureliano Cortez, CR-99-2529, Feb. 2000. State of New Mexico vs. Curtis Coffin, CR 95-03-1154, Aug. 1996.

Independent Medical Examinations (IMEs)
B_____, Felix, 6-11-09 C_____, Billy, 12-07-07 S_____, Michael, 11-29-07
M_____, Horacio, 11-17-07
W_____, Mark, 05-09-07
R______,Frederick, 08-18-06
A______,Marie, 06-26-06
S______,Yvette, 12-05-05
E______, Billy, 02-18-05
W_____, Douglas,02-12-04
L______,William, 06-15-02
P______,Michael, 12-12-01
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