Quentin Gabor, MD
Chief of Psychiatry - CUHCC, Assistant Professor (Master Clinician Track)
Academic Interests and Focus
I am grateful for the opportunity to teach psychiatry resident physicians and medical students at the University of Minnesota Medical School. I instruct resident physicians on Spirituality and Psychiatry, Ethics in Psychiatry, therapeutic relationships, and psychiatric clinical care including the use of psychotherapy. I instruct medical students on the therapeutic relationship in psychiatric and other medical practices, and have lectured on mood disorders. My aspirations include further exploration and scholarly contribution to the interdisciplinary field of Spirituality and Psychiatry; development of evidence based psychotherapeutic treatment modalities for individuals with a variety of terminal illnesses and chronic ailments that impact one's life path, based on the therapeutic approach utilized for patients with cancer (i.e. Meaning Centered Psychotherapy, Logotherapy, and more broadly existential psychotherapy in general); and to contribute to the field of Psycho-Oncology.
Chief of Psychiatry - CUHCC, Assistant Professor (Master Clinician Track), Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Residency, Psychiatry, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, 1998-2002
MD, University of Wisconsin Medical School, Madison, WI, 1998
BA, Biology, University of St. Thomas, 1994