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Adam Keller Ashton, MD, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Jacobs School of Medicine, University at Buffalo

Adam Keller Ashton, M.D., M.S., DFAPA has served as Clinical Professor of Psychiatry with the Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, is a distinguished fellow of the American Psychiatric Association along with working in full-time private practice with Suburban Psychiatric Associates.  He has over 100 published book chapters, abstracts, posters and articles and has written extensively for psychiatric journals on treatment-induced sexual dysfunction.  He is certified by both the National Football League and Major League Baseball as an ADHD evaluator.  He has lectured widely, having given over 2200 presentations and has been an invited guest lecturer at numerous national symposia.  He has spoken on behalf of 37 pharmaceutical and medical education companies in addition to the American Psychiatric Association.  Dr. Ashton also was awarded the 2007 State University of New York at Buffalo Department of Psychiatry teaching award for outstanding contributions to medical student education.  He has been named to America’s Top Doctors 12 times.

Dr. Ashton received his Bachelor’s degree from Cornell University’s College of Arts and Sciences.  He received his Medical degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine after completing his Master’s degree at the same facility.  He was elected to Alpha Omega Alpha national medical honor society.  He completed his residency in psychiatry also at the State University of New York at Buffalo, where he was Chief Resident, with subsequent training in sex therapy at the Robert Wood Johnson School of Medicine in New Jersey.

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