PETER A. PASKEVICH, BS, MA
- McLean title(s): Senior Vice President for Research Administration
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: (617) 855-2922
- Fax: 617 855-3745
- Office Address: Service building 203
- BS, Villanova University, 1976
- MA, Clark University, 1978
Peter A. Paskevich is the Senior Vice President for Research Administration at Harvard-affiliated McLean Hospital. His core responsibilities include oversight of the hospital's research program, which maintains more than 450 research scientists and staff working toward finding the causes and cures for psychiatric illnesses and neurodegenerative diseases. Under Paskevich's leadership, McLean's research program has more than doubled in size during the last five years and is now the largest psychiatric neuroscience research program of any Harvard University-affiliated hospital, school or department. The program receives nearly $50 million per year in competitively won grants and other support, sustaining everything from basic benchtop neuroscience to clinical trials.
On staff at McLean Hospital since 1979, Paskevich is a valued member of the hospital community, serving on a number of institutional, corporate and academic committees, including McLean's Executive Management Group and Research Committee, the Partners HealthCare Systems' Research Management Group and the Human Embryonic Stem Cell Working Group.
In 2006, Paskevich became a member of the Board of Directors for BioBehavioral Diagnostics, Inc, a company formed to commercialize a web-based platform technology to provide objective aid to clinicians in the diagnosis of ADHD and related disorders.
He is a member of the Association of University Technology Managers, the Massachusetts Society for Medical Research, the Society of Research Administrators International and the Applied Research Ethics National Association.
Paskevich earned a bachelor's degree in Biology from Villanova University and a master's degree in Neuroanatomy from Clark University.
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