Alexander Rasgon is a Clinical Research Coordinator at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. He completed his B.S in Human Biology and Psychology at the University of California at Merced and Hampshire College. He has experience in Emergency Medicine and treatment of acute intoxication and head trauma. He has worked on projects with juvenile delinquents in the San Francisco Bay Area, and veterans at the Palo Alto Veterans Administration. He has an interest in psychotic disorders and statistical analysis of symptom clusters. In his spare time, he plays the piano, guitar/bass, saxophone, drums, and is an electronic music producer working on his debut LP.
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