Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience
Stephen Marcoux’s research interests include interdisciplinary psychiatric education and curriculum development, substance use disorder treatment in hospital settings, trauma care, and neuropsychiatric manifestations of autoimmune encephalitis and delirium. He oversees the University of Chicago Medicine outpatient medical psychiatry clinic and is an attending psychiatrist on the inpatient consultation-liaison psychiatry service. He also serves as the assistant director of medical education in psychiatry.
Marcoux received BS degrees in molecular and cellular biology and physiology, both magna cum laude, from the University of Arizona, and an MD from Creighton University School of Medicine. He completed a general psychiatry joint military/civilian residency program at the University of Texas at San Antonio, while serving as military chief resident. After completing his psychiatry residency, he completed his active duty service with the United States Air Force at Tyndall Air Force Base, in Florida. Along with providing clinical care as the sole psychiatrist in the region, he held multiple leadership positions, including clinic medical director, substance abuse program coordinator, flight commander, and director of psychological health. Most recently, he completed a Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Fellowship and a Medical Education Research, Innovation, Teaching, and Scholarship (MERITS) Fellowship at the University of Chicago Medical Center.