Recruitment and retention in psychiatry
Our aim is to enhance the recruitment and retention of underrepresented faculty, staff and trainees by cultivating a diverse pipeline, funding visiting clerkships, promoting mentor opportunities and much more.
Our faculty mentors
Our psychiatry faculty mentors collaborate with and support residents, fellows, medical students and other faculty who have an interest in careers and faculty development in psychiatry and behavioral sciences.
Francis Lu, M.D.
Areas of interest: cultural psychiatry, global mental health, mentoring
Areas of interest: faculty development, medical student education, cultural psychiatry, social determinants of health, refugee mental health
Areas of interest: cultural psychiatry, global mental health, community psychiatry
Areas of interest: geriatric psychiatry, cultural psychiatry, global mental health
Areas of interest: ADHD
Andrés Sciolla, M.D.
Areas of interest: trauma informed care, LGBTQx mental health
Areas of interest: community psychiatry, social determinants of mental health, structural racism, social injustice in psychiatry
Areas of interest: community psychiatry, immigrant mental health, recidivism, psychotherapy
Areas of interest: mental and physical health needs of human trafficking survivors, community psychiatry, residency training
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