Location: Glenview, Illinois, United States
Stephen C. Scheiber, MD, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in psychiatry.
A distinguished psychiatrist who has received national recognition for his work in the mental health field, Dr. Scheiber demonstrates expertise developed over the last five decades. His experience is a dynamic blend of roles in academia and hands-on patient duty, which has enabled him to refine a well-rounded skill set as a medical professional. Retired since 2009, he concluded his career as the executive vice president of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, where he is noted for setting high standards of excellence for the organization. Earlier in his career, Dr. Scheiber came to prominence with the University of Arizona, where he began as an assistant professor and progressed through the ranks to professor over the span of 11 years. In addition to his full-time work, he took on special projects in his field including roles as an adjunct professor of psychiatry for Northwestern University and the Medical College of Wisconsin.
In recognition of his professional excellence in his career, Dr. Scheiber has been the recipient of the Harold E. Berson Award, a Distinguished Life and Career Achievement award from the State University of New York at Buffalo Medical Alumni Association, and an Outstanding Teacher award from the University of Arizona. He credits his success to the education that has provided him with a foundation of knowledge in his field. He earned an MD from the State University of New York, Buffalo, in 1964 and a Bachelor of Arts from Columbia College in 1960.
A diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry, Dr. Scheiber shares his expertise in his field through his work as a contributor to professional journals and a co-editor of industry texts. In addition, he has made an impact through his extensive involvement in psychiatric organizations. He is a former member of the board of regents and treasurer for the American College of Psychiatrists, a life member of the Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry, and a life member and former chairman of the impaired physician committee for the American Psychiatric Association. Today, Dr. Scheiber continues in his industry involvement as a member of the ethics committee for the American Psychiatric Association. As he looks ahead to the future, Dr. Scheiber plans to continue enjoying his well-deserved retirement while seeking new opportunities to give back to the field of psychiatry.
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