Carl E. Fulwiler, M.D., Ph.D., is trained in Psychiatry and Neuroscience with a
clinical and research portfolio that spans forum health services and recovery oriented
approaches to basic neuroscience. Much of his work to date has focused on forensic
populations and co-occurring mental health and addictions. He is an Associate Professor
of Psychiatry and the Director of the Center for Mental Health Services Research at the
University of Massachusetts Medical School. Carl is also the Director of the Mental
Health Agency Research Network and Director of Clinical Neuroscience at Lemuel Shattuck
Hospital, one of the principal UMass Affiliates. At the Shattuck Hospital he operates the
Integration Program at which provides mental health and substance abuse treatment for
people returning to the community from prison and jail or referred by the courts. Dr.
Fulwiler was Project Director for the first jail diversion program in Massachusetts and
is currently a co-investigator with the Department of Mental Health on a federal grant to
develop jail diversion services for veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan with
trauma-related mental disorders and co-occurring substance abuse problems.
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