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Dara A Charney

McGill University Health Centre
Department of Psychiatry,
Montreal, Canada


Dr. Dara Charney graduated Magna Cum Laude from Harvard University in 1987. She obtained her MD from McGill University in 1991, and remained at McGill during her Psychiatry Residency and Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship. She joined the Department of Psychiatry in 1997 as an Assistant Professor, and was promoted to Associate Professor in 2005. She was the Program Director for McGill Psychiatry Postgraduate Education from 2002 to 2010. She has held the positions of Director of the McGill RUIS Addiction Program since 2008, and Associate Chair (Education) of the McGill Department of Psychiatry since 2009. On a national level, she has served as an examiner for the Royal College Examination Board in Psychiatry, and as the chair of COPE (Coordinators of Postgraduate Education). Dr. Charney's clinical and research work is conducted at the Addictions Unit of the MUHC. She has initiated a number of clinical trials and prospective treatment outcome studies with substance use disorder clients, with a particular emphasis on "dual disorder" clients. She has received research funding from the MUHC Research Institute, FRSQ and CIHR, as well as salary awards from both the MUHC Research Institute and FRSQ.

Research Interest

Addiction Psychiatry, Neurosceince, Psychotherapy