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Lawrence Amsel, MD, MPH
245 West 107th Street
New York NY 10025
phone: 212-592-3804
fax: 212-678-6752
Lawrence Amsel Psychiatry Expert PhotoLawrence Amsel, MD, MPH, specializes in Family Loss and Forensic Psychiatry. With an MD from Yale University and an MPH in Biostatistics from Columbia University, Dr. Amsel combined his clinical expertise with his analytic mathematics background to become one of the early champions of the application of Decision Science, Game Theory, and Behavioral Economics to Psychiatric Research.

Dr. Amsel provides Litigation Support services to attorneys representing Plaintiff and Defense. His services include medical record review for causation and standard of care.

Areas of Expertise:
  • Medical Decision Making
  • Health Care Behavioral Economics
  • Health Care Game Theory
  • Pediatric Psychiatry
  • Public Health
  • Suicide
  • OCD
  • Family Loss
  • Neuropsychiatry
  • PTSD
  • Psychiatry
  • Grief
  • Background - In 2003, Dr. Amsel organized the first ever American Psychiatric Association symposium on applications of Game Theory to psychiatry. He has published articles and presented posters on Game Theory modeling of suicide, OCD, and PTSD.

    After 9/11, Dr. Amsel joined the Trauma Studies and Services division at the New York Psychiatric Institute, and has been involved in treating victims of 9/11 and their families, in training community clinicians in cutting edge treatments for PTSD and Complicated (Traumatic) Grief, as well as in doing research on optimal methods of disseminating this training.

    Dr. Amsel was recently involved in preparing the training materials for the National VA PTSD CBT training program in conjunction with Edna Foa’s group at University of Pennsylvania. He has worked with Joy Hirsch at the Program in Imaging and Cognitive Science (PICS) and with Elke Weber and Eric Johnson at the related Decision Imaging Group (DIG) as Director of Mathematical Psychiatry, with the goal of creating innovative collaborations involving fMRI and Decision Science, as applied to psychiatric disorders.

    Over the last several years, Dr. Amsel has been collaborating with Dr. Hoven at the Child Psychiatric Epidemiology Group (CPEG) working on understanding the connection between decision deficits, trauma and psychiatric disorders in the developing brain of children/adolescents. He has extensive clinical expertise within psychiatric research, as well as expertise in applying decision science tasks in psychiatric research settings.

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    Statistics Expert Witness
    University of Denver
    Denver CO 80237
    phone: 303-518-6237
    Anthony Hayter, Ph.D., provides expertise nationwide in the areas of Statistical Analysis and Mathematics. He specializes in the areas of probability, regression, surveys, data analysis and collection, modeling, bias detection, reliability, risk analysis, extrapolation, sampling, quality control, econometrics, mathematics, hypothesis testing, p-values, prediction, forecasting, estimation, large datasets, statistical significance, data mining, experimental design, sampling, and time series.

    Litigation Support - Dr. Hayter has worked as an expert witness for businesses, law firms, insurance companies, government departments, educational institutions, and non-profits. His services are available to attorneys representing both Plaintiff and Defense.

    Dr. Hayter earned degrees from Cambridge University and Cornell University, and he is a Fulbright Scholar. Dr. Hayter has extensive nationwide experience with trial testimony and depositions, and he is talented at presenting and discussing complex arguments, issues, and ideas in the legal environment.

    Dr. Hayter has been admitted as an expert witness in the areas of statistics and mathematics. With excellent quantitative, technical and communication skills, Dr. Hayter provides impartial analyses with expert reports and trial testimony.

    Dr. Hayter holds the rank of Full Professor at the University of Denver, and he is a former Department Chair. He currently has 90 refereed publications. Dr. Hayter is the author of a textbook on Probability and Statistics, now in its 4th edition, adopted worldwide. He has over 25 years of university teaching, with top level student evaluations. Dr. Hayter has excellent quantitative, technical, and communication skills.

    As an expert witness, Dr. Hayter has worked on a wide range of topics including:
    • Construction Defects
    • Workplace Risk Analyses
    • Racial Profiling
    • Jail Conditions
    • Insurance Claims
    • Employee Discrimination Cases
    • Accounting Audits
    • Environmental Regulations
    • Customer Profiling
    • Business Performances and Losses
    • Market Research / Product Surveys
  • Quality Management
  • Online Marketing
  • Design, Analysis of Pollution Studies
  • National Security Studies
  • Workforce Analyses
  • Highway Construction
  • Damages from Employee Fraud
  • Tax Assessments
  • Real Estate Appraisals
  • Pricing Analyses
  • Analysis of Brand Damages