Dr. Serge Mosovich is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Weill-Cornell Medical School of the New York Presbyterian Hospital.
He is an accomplished diagnostician whose practice is characterized by pragmatic assessment of problems, in pursuit of an effective resolution guided by an openness to identify the broad range of emotional, physical and environmental factors that can impact emotional health. Understanding their interactions invariably yields a more enlightened diagnosis, thus generating more appropriate and lasting solutions.
A hallmark of Dr. Mosovich’s practice is his comprehensive knowledge of medications and their pharmacological interactions. He actively collaborates with specialists in: Internal Medicine, Neurology, and Neuropsychology, in order to better identify possible sources of functional change in a patient’s experiences and interactions with his world.
Dr. Mosovich actively participates in Clinical Research with colleagues at the Mount Sinai Cardiovascular Institute. He is expert on the relationship between inflammatory stress and cardiovascular outcomes (atherosclerosis, stroke, hypertension and heart failure ), as well as the relationship between stress and mood and anxiety disorders and changes in cognitive function. This collaboration has led to review papers and prospective research studies that have been published in peer review journals such as the American Journal of Psychiatry, Neuropsycho-Pharmacology, The International Journal of Clinical Practice, Revista Brasileira de Medicina Tropical. Dr. Mosovich is a member of the American Association of Developmental Medicine and Dentistry.