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Marlon                         Koenigsberg

Marlon R. Koenigsberg PhD

Department of Family Medicine

Director of Human Behavior and Mental Health Training

Specialty/Research Focus

Clinical Psychology

 
Professional Summary:

As a licensed clinical psychologist working in a primary care medical office, my clinical practice includes caring for people with a broad range of adult mental health, interpersonal, and behavioral difficulties. I work closely with the primary care team, and am an active member of the multidisciplinary task group working to improve all types of health care in our offices. It is rewarding to work in an academic training environment with faculty physicians, nurses and staff who are dedicated to teaching the next generation of family physicians.

In my teaching role with family medicine residents and medical students, I am primarily responsible for curriculum regarding mental health, interviewing skills, relationships, normal psychological development, stress management, behavioral aspects of medical care, and engaging patients in their health care. I also do teaching and in-service training regarding the patient centered medical home.

My departmental responsibilities have included co-writing and administering many grants related to training primary care physicians. These grants have allowed us to expand our curriculum into new areas. This currently involves training our primary care residents for a changing medical environment, with emphasis on the patient centered medical home. I have also played a long-term role in clinical database management and evolving technologies.

Education and Training:
  • PhD, Clinical Psychology, University at Buffalo (1982)
  • BA, Psychology, University at Buffalo (1977)
Employment:
  • Assistant Professor, Family Medicine, University at Buffalo (1982-present)

Research Expertise:
  • Medical Education
Grants and Sponsored Research:
  • September 2011–September 2016
    Academic Administrative Units in Primary Care
    Health Resources and Services Admin
    Role: Co-Investigator
    $765,239

Journal Articles:
Books and Book Chapters:
  • Bartlett DP, Koenigsberg MR. Loss and Bereavement in the Elderly. 2006.

Professional Memberships:
  • American Psychological Association (1987–present)
Service Activities:
  • Family Medicine, School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences UB Family Medicine (FMFA) Working Group; Member (2009)
  • Family Medicine, School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences Executive; Member (1994)
  • Family Medicine, School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences Residency; Member (1994)

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Contact Information

UBMD Family Medicine at Amherst
850 Hopkins Road
Williamsville, NY 14221
Phone: (716) 688-9641
Fax: (716) 829-2447
Email: mkoenigs@buffalo.edu

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