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New York based psychiatrist Dr. Allen Collins’ distinguished record is demonstrated by the number of awards and honors he has earned over the course of his education and professional career. Dr. Allen Collins held an academic scholarship throughout his time at Columbia College. For his excellent undergraduate work, Dr. Allen Collins gained an academic scholarship to attend the Tufts University School of Medicine from which he was awarded his degree in Medicine (MD) in 1968. In addition, Dr. Allen Collins garnered mention in Who’s Who in America from 2006 to 2010 and a place in Who’s Who in the World from 2000 until 2009. Castle Connolly Medical Ltd. recognized Dr. Allen Collins as one of Best Doctors in the New York metropolitan area for the years 1997 through 2010. In 2009 and 2010, Dr. Allen Collins was included among The New York Times Super Doctors for his work as a psychiatrist. Additionally, Dr. Allen Collins has enjoyed several fellowships in recognition of his contributions to the field. In 1981, the American Academy of Psychoanalysis elected Dr. Allen Collins as a Fellow. The American Psychiatric Association elected Dr. Allen Collins as a Distinguished Lifetime Fellow in November 1983, and in 1997, Dr. Allen Collins was selected a Fellow with the New York Academy of Medicine. A long-time psychiatrist, Dr. Allen Collins holds a number of professional certifications. At the conclusion of medical school, Dr. Allen Collins passed all required tests given by the National Board of Medical Examiners. He was selected as an National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Career Development Fellow in 1969 and served in that capacity until 1974. Since July 1969, the State of New York has licensed Dr. Allen Collins to practice medicine, and in 1970, the state of New Jersey also granted medical licensure to him. As he progressed through his training, Dr. Allen Collins was declared a New York State Qualified Psychiatrist in 1973, and he received his Certification in Psychiatry from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in 1975. In 1981 he became a Fellow in the American Academy of Psychoanalysis.