Nicholas A. Pace, M.D. is a Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at New York University’s School of Medicine, Diplomat American Board of Addiction Medicine, Fellow in the American Society of Addiction Medicine, Fellow in the New York Academy of Medicine and a medical consultant to General Motors and other corporations. He presently is Director of the Smithers Physician Alcoholism & Addiction Training Course and the Caron Pediatric Addiction Training Course.
Dr. Pace was founding director of Pace Health Services, past chair of New York State Governor’s Advisory Committee on Alcoholism, founding director and vice-chair of the American Council on Drug Education, and co-founder and past president of the Alcoholism Council of New York, a life member of the board of directors of the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence. He was an advisor to President Ford’s White House physician, and assisted First Lady Nancy Reagan with the Chemical People Project. He is the author of “Safe Drinking” (McGraw Hill, 1984). Co-author of Teens Under The Influence: The Truth About Kids, Alcohol, and Other Drugs – How to Recognize the Problem and What to Do About It (Random House, 2003).