Mark DiBuono, MD

Dr. DiBuono completed his medical training at SUNY Stony Brook. He holds Board Certification in Psychiatry with subspecialty boards in Geriatric Psychiatry. He has directed a geriatric psychiatric impatient unit while maintaining a substantial private practice. Dr. DiBuono is recognized as an expert in psychopharmacological treatment of treatment-resistant patients. Complementing this experience, Dr. DiBuono has supervised over 40 clinical trials, and currently is Medical Director/Principal Investigator of Richmond Behavioral Associates which specializes in conducting clinical research in Central Nervous System Disorders.

SpecialityPsychiatry
DegreesM.D. of Medicine
Areas of Expertise
  • Alzheimer's Disease
  • Geriatric psychiatry
  • Treatment resistant depression
  • Medication Management
  • Clinical Trials
  • Schizophrenia Clinical Trial

    For people diagnosed with schizophrenia, the disease can be extremely disabling, affecting the ability to think clearly.

  • Bipolar Disorder Clinical Trial

    People with this disorder may fluctuate between “up” periods (called manic episodes) and “down” periods (called depressive episodes.)

Services

Dr. DiBuono completed his medical training at SUNY Stony Brook. He holds Board Certification in Psychiatry with subspecialty boards in Geriatric Psychiatry. He has directed a geriatric psychiatric impatient unit while maintaining a substantial private practice. Dr. DiBuono is recognized as an expert in psychopharmacological treatment of treatment-resistant patients. Complementing this experience, Dr. DiBuono has supervised over 40 clinical trials, and currently is Medical Director/Principal Investigator of Richmond Behavioral Associates which specializes in conducting clinical research in Central Nervous System Disorders.

Specialization

  • Geriatric
  • Childhood
  • Depression
  • Memory Loss

Richmond Behavioral Associates

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