Andrew L Silverman

Andrew L Silverman,


Business Phone: (352) 265-2230
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About Andrew L Silverman

Dr. Silverman was born in Boca Raton where he attended Pine Crest Prepatory School. He played on multiple athletic teams, learned to play the cello in the orchestra and took part in multiple community outreach projects to help improve the community in South Florida.

He attended the University of Florida through the Honors Program and continued to participate in community outreach projects, including international projects. He earned his BS in Food Science and Human Nutrition as well as Minors in Leadership and Communication. While at UF, he was awarded multiple research grants from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute as well as the University of Florida Scholars Program.

After graduation, he traveled to Grenada to attend medical school and continued working in community outreach projects, which he continued during his third and fourth year of medical school in Georgia and New York. He worked with Dr. Nadine Kaslow at Emory University while participating in clinical rotations to publish a research paper that examined factors of intimate partner violence. After successful completion of medical school, he moved to begin his general psychiatry training in New York, where he continued his research efforts and published multiple papers as well as participated in multiple national conventions as well as an international convention.

Dr. Silverman’s professional interest involves working with children and families to understand family dynamics and improve communication between family members, which has led to his interest in child and adolescent psychiatry through the UF Fellowship Program. His professional interests include working with children with neurodevelopmental disorders and mood disorders. Outside of work, Dr. Silverman enjoys spending time working on fitness and nutrition, playing intramural sports, participating in competitive races, writing poetry/conducting research and whenever and wherever possible participating in outreach projects to help improve the community he lives in.


AACAP Education Outreach Award
2022 · American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry


Association of 70-kilodalton heat-shock cognate proteins with acclimation to cold.
Plant physiology. 99(4):1362-9 [PMID] 16669045.

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(352) 265-2230
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Department of Psychiatry
PO BOX 103424
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Department of Psychiatry
4101 NW 89th Boulevard