Roy Stein

Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Addiction
School of Medicine

Box 3944 Med Ctr, Durham, NC 27710

Psychiatry Service 116A, 1830 Hillandale Rd., Durham, NC 27705

(919) 286-0411 stein001@duke.edu

1. Clinical evaluation of pharmacotherapies (especially combined nicotine agonist/antagonist) in the treatment of nicotine and alcohol dependence.

2. Evaluation of treatment service delivery in the public sector for patients with addictive disorders, including those with co-morbid psychiatric disorders.

3. Ethics and efficacy of outpatient substance abuse civil committment.

4. Policies and practices of medical schools regarding medical student impairment.

5. Screening and intervention for substance use disorders in primary care.

Education & Training

M.D. 1980

Duke University


Smoking/Nicotine Dependence in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

National Institutes of Health

Nicotinic Influences On Alcohol Use And Dependence

National Institutes of Health


Executive functioning early in abstinence from alcohol.

PMID 15365304
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Impairment of semantic and figural memory by acute ethanol: age-dependent effects.

PMID 9802525
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The development of substance-abuse curricular content by five North Carolina schools.

PMID 9795618
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Curriculum survey of substance abuse teaching

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Combined administration of agonist-antagonist as a method of regulating receptor activation.

PMID 7611676
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Mecamylamine combined with nicotine skin patch facilitates smoking cessation beyond nicotine patch treatment alone.

PMID 8033499
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Nicotine skin patch treatment increases abstinence, decreases withdrawal symptoms, and attenuates rewarding effects of smoking.

PMID 8151002
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Combined Effects of Nicotine and Mecamylamine in Attenuating Smoking Satisfaction

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Predicting response to amitriptyline in posttraumatic stress disorder.

PMID 8317571
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Measuring results of treatment of PTSD.

PMID 2686479
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Sleep disturbance and PTSD.

PMID 2589571
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An obsessional variant of capgras symptom: a case report.

PMID 3337924
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