Assistant Clinical Professor, Psychiatry & Human Behavior
School of Medicine
M.D., Ross University School of Medicine, 2008
M.P.H., Brown University, 2009
Phone: (714) 509-2142
University of California, Irvine
UCIMC, Bldg 3, Rt 88
Mail Code: 1680
Irvine, CA 92697
Human Rights, Public Health, Psychiatry Graduate Education
Dr. Dube completed his general psychiatry residency training at the University of Connecticut, his child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at Brown University and his forensic psychiatry fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania. He is correspondingly board certified in general psychiatry, child and adolescent psychiatry and forensic psychiatry. Presently, he serves at the UCI Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior as Program Director for the Forensic Psychiatry fellowship and as Associate Program Director for the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship.
Dr. Dube has a particular interest in psychiatric graduate education, the intersection of human rights, public health and psychiatry and the ethical issues that arise out of the ordinary practice of medicine and psychiatry. To this end, he has participated in talks at local and national meetings on topics ranging from the nation-state’s role in psychic displacement and psychopathology to adolescent decision-making capacity, integrated care, false confession phenomenology and the effects of parental separation on children and youth. This October, Dr. Dube is scheduled to speak on the neurobiological changes affecting adolescents’ medical decision making capacities in Berlin, Germany, and then on the special considerations in the evaluation and treatment of women victims of political violence in Melbourne, Australia, in February, 2018.
Dr. Dube’s current organizational involvements include his nomination as the Asian-American Representative to the American Psychiatric Association (APA)’s Assembly (of which he has also served as a consultant member to the Council on Children, Adolescents and their Families and as Resident-Fellow Assembly Representative from New England) and as member of the Publications Board of the Group for Advancement of Psychiatry (GAP) (of which he is also a committee member of the Arts and Humanities committee). Dr. Dube also maintains membership in the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) and the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law (AAPL).