Ian C Lamoureux, M.D. Expert Witness

Contact Information

  • Additional States: Nevada
  • Company: Lamoureux Forensic and Psychiatric Services, PLLC
  • Phone: (520) 305-9228
  • Website: www.lamoureuxforensics.com
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Specialties & Experience

General Specialties: Forensic Psychiatry and Psychiatry

Specialty Focus: Sanity, Capital Crime, Death Penalty, Court Martial, Emotional/Psychological Damages, Testamentary Capacity, IME, PTSD, TBI, Malpractice, Arson, Undue Influence, Competency, Contract Capacity

Education: MD, University of Arizona College of Medicine - Tucson Campus; General Psychiatry Residency, Mayo Clinic, Rochester Campus; Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship, Case Western Reserve University; General and Forensic Psychiatry Board Certification, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

Years in Practice: 7


Additional Information

Dr. Lamoureux is a double-board certified Forensic Psychiatrist. He is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Arizona and Instructor of Psychiatry at the Mayo Clinic. Dr. Lamoureux completed his residency in psychiatry at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Following residency, Dr. Lamoureux completed his fellowship training in forensic psychiatry at Case Western Reserve University under the supervision of internationally renowned forensic psychiatrist Phillip J. Resnick, M.D. Dr. Lamoureux's decisive reports often preclude the need for testimony and trial. His professional interests and expertise include, but are not limited to: Criminal: malingering, mental state at the time of the offense (insanity), criminal competencies (plead, stand trial, sentencing, post-conviction matters), capital sentencing, mitigation, psychopathy, violence risk assessment, sexual homicide and related crimes, serial rape, spree murder, mass murder, death penalty, school violence, stalking and threats, filicide/infanticide, cults, arson, bombing, suicide and self-harm, intimate partner violence, police interrogation, false confession, false accusation, fabricated heroism, white collar crime, & torture (including psychological torture) Civil: testamentary capacity, undue influence, civil competence (contracts, finances, need for guardianship or conservatorship), impaired physicians and professionals, psychiatric autopsy, fitness for duty, independent medical examination, suicide and self-harm, mental psychological and emotional damages, effects of trauma, toxic torts, wrongful termination, sexual harassment, workplace threats and violence, police training and selection, suicide by cop, head injury, traumatic brain injury, addiction, psychic harm, & mass torts