Clinical Assistant Professor,
Dept of Psychiatry, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
Dr. Soliman is a Geriatric and Forensic Psychiatrist. He is Board Certified in General, Forensic, and Geriatric Psychiatry and is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Case Western Reserve School of Medicine. He completed medical school (2000), Psychiatry residency (2004), and Geriatric Psychiatry fellowship (2005) at Wayne State University in Detroit and has completed Forensic Psychiatry fellowship training at Case Western (2006).
Dr. Soliman is currently a forensic psychiatrist at Northcoast Behavioral Healthcare. In addition, he performs evaluations at the Court Psychiatric Clinic in Cuyahoga County, performs evaluations at the Cleveland Municipal Court Psychiatric Clinic, and consults to the Ohio Police and Fire Pension and Disability Fund. He provides clinical instruction to medical students, residents, and fellows at Northcoast Behavioral Healthcare, has published articles in peer reviewed journals, and has given presentations in both medical and legal continuing education conferences. He is available for forensic psychiatric consultation. Areas of expertise include testamentary capacity, undue influence, guardianship, competence to stand trial, and sanity at the time of the act.