Muhrer E, Moxam A, Dunn M, Rosen A, Taylor JH, Camacho P, Bowden C, Worsley D, Doupnik SK. : Acute medical workup for new-onset psychosis in children and adolescents: A retrospective cohort. Journal of Hospital Medicine July 2022. PMCID: 35822507
Alexander B.Moxam, Emily J.McClellan, Consuelo Cagande, Monica E.Calkins, Daniel H.Wolf, Christian G.Kohler, Tami D.Benton, Raquel E.Gur, Jerome H.Taylor: Few primary care pediatricians screen for psychosis but many are willing. Schizophrenia Research 232: 65-67, June 2021.
Alexander B. Moxam, Emily McCellan, Zeeshan M. Huque, Lauren White, Monica E. Calkins, Christian Kohler, Daniel H. Wolf, Tami Benton, Raquel E. Gur, Jerome H. Taylorâ€¯ : Evaluating a Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health Department's Comfort, Knowledge, and Practice Habits Related to Care of Patients with Psychosis Symptoms. Schizophrenia International Research Society Annual Conference 2022.
Posters and Presentations
Moxam A. "Assessment and Treatment of Children and Adolescents with Psychosis Symptoms", Tennessee Association of Mental Health Organization - Early Psychosis Conference, Murfreesboro Tennessee. Aug 2022.
Moxam A. Presentations of Psychosis in Children and Adolescents Georgetown Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship Didactic Series. June 2021.
Awards and Honors
2021, The Elizabeth B. Weller MD Distinguished Fellow Award, In Recognition of Outstanding Achievements in Clinical Care and Research, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
2021, Kenneth Gordon, Jr., M.D., Memorial Award, Regional Council of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
2019-present, American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
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