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Alen J. Salerian, MD
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Alen J. Salerian, MD is a Washington, DC based physician, author, and historian who has been practicing psychiatry and psychopharmacology for 35 years. He is the former chief psychiatrist of the FBI's mobile psychiatric unit. He has authored numerous newspaper and peer reviewed articles in publications ranging from The Washington Post to The Lancet. Topics of interest for Dr. Salerian's writings have included genocide, pharmacology, neurobiology and behavior, and governmental integrity.
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