Stefan Rose, M.D. Biography
Stefan Rose, M.D., an expert in Forensic Toxicology and Psychiatry, is a physician trained in Forensic Toxicology, Clinical Pathology, and General Psychiatry.
He began his career in science and medicine in 1974 working as a research technician in the Department of Anatomy at the University of Miami School of Medicine. There he prepared anatomic remains for the anatomy class and cell biology teaching materials for the medical students.
From 1976-1978, Dr. Rose worked in the Department of Pharmacology at the same medical school running an over-the-counter drug efficacy trial and performing bench research on drug transport across cell membranes by UV-VIS Spectrophotometry.
From 1978 to 1981 he attended Florida Atlantic University (FAU) and earned his BA degree in Biology followed by earning his Medical Doctor degree from the University of Miami in 1985.
Subsequent to medical school, Dr. Rose trained in Clinical Pathology for two years at the University of Alabama, Birmingham. At UAB he was in charge of the emergency toxicology testing for ethanol by serum enzyme assay testing, and other intoxicating substances, when performing his on-call duties.
From 1989 to 1991 Dr. Rose trained in the formal Forensic Toxicology training program at the Dade County Medical Examiner Department in Miami, Florida.
He rotated through all sections of the medical examiner department and the toxicology laboratory, performed bench analysis in the toxicology laboratory by GC-FID and GC-MS and performed research on ethanol, cocaine and cocaethylene in that training program.
In 1992, Dr. Rose started the first DUI laboratory at the University of Miami and was responsible for blood ethanol testing, blood drug testing, and urine drug testing for the law enforcement agencies of Dade County, Florida.
From 1995 through 1998 he trained at the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Miami, where he diagnosed and treated psychiatric patients who were often under the influence of ethanol and drugs. He had the opportunity to correlate the behavioral effects of drugs and ethanol with a combination of physical examination and laboratory testing of the patient.
He has been a courtesy professor in the Department of Chemistry at FIU since 1997 and has taught Forensic Toxicology and performed research in a variety of areas including detector dogs, breath ethanol testing, and blood ethanol testing.
In addition, he is Board Certified and a Diplomat of the National Board of Medical Examiners and a Diplomat of the American Board of Forensic Examiners. Dr. Rose currently holds a Florida Medical License and DEA license. He has been retained on numerous forensic cases and has testified as an expert in various courts of law including State, Federal, civil, and criminal.
Dr. Rose is available to answer any questions you may have about his professional experiences, please contact him at your convenience by telephone or email.