Dr. Scot McAfee's clinical areas of interest have included pro-dromal psychotic states, the mental health care of those with chronic medical illnesses and adolescent psychiatry, as well as sexuality and LGBT mental healthcare. He is published in the areas of adolescent diabetes treatment, psychological reactions to 9/11, reactions to mass disaster, resident countertransference and for his earlier dermatology research. Dr. McAfee is the recipient of the Teacher of the Year Award by the Department of Psychiatry at St. Vincent's Hospital (2004) and Certificates of Appreciation from New York Medical College for Excellence in Teaching (2004 2005), the American Psychiatric Association's Irma Bland Award for Excellence in Resident Education (2005), and also the APA's Nancy A. Roeske Award for Excellence in Medical Student Education (2006). In 2004, Dr. McAfee was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, New York Medical College chapter, as the faculty member inductee as voted by the AOA medical students. He remains active in committee work at the Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry (a psychiatry think tank) and as a member of the IMG fellowship selection committee of the Association of American Directors of Psychiatry Residency Training.