Academy honors more members with Fellowship accreditation
The Academy has honored a further 14 members with the FACLP fellowship accreditation. The new FACLPs received their awards at a CLP 2023 ceremony today (Thursday). They are:
Joe Bienvenu, MD, PhD, professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, The JHU School of Medicine; attending physician, Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Bienvenu is a member of the Guidelines and Evidence-Based Subcommittee and frequent contributor to its Annotations reviews.
Kaleena Chilcote, MD, director of psycho-oncology, Cleveland Clinic Taussig Cancer Institute. Dr. Chilcote has been a member of the Palliative Medicine & Psycho-Oncology SIG, and of Academy committees including the Interdisciplinary Education Subcommittee. She now serves on the Residency Education Subcommittee and co-leads the PGY-I mentorship group.
Jennifer Erickson, DO, assistant professor, University of Washington Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences; medical director, Traumatic Brain Injury Behavioral Health ECHO. Dr. Erickson has served ACLP in various capacities including six years of service with the Oral Papers & Posters Subcommittee; four years as co-chair of the Neuropsychiatry SIG; four years on the Bylaws Subcommittee; and seven years as a member of the Bioethics SIG.
Carrie Ernst, MD, associate professor of Psychiatry and Medical Education, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Dr. Ernst has served the Academy in multiple roles, including leadership of the Residency Education Subcommittee, and of the Mentorship Subcommittee.
Evan Eyler, MD, psychiatrist, University of Vermont Medical Center; associate professor of Psychiatry and Family Medicine, Larner College of Medicine at UVM.
Liliya Gershengoren, MD, MPH, clinical associate professor, Department of Psychiatry, New York University School of Medicine. Dr. Gershengoren has chaired and previously been vice-chair of the Academy’s Interdisciplinary Education Subcommittee. She was a presenter at the subcommittee’s inaugural Advanced Practice Provider Skills Course and Career Panel at CLP 2023. Dr. Gershengoren has also served as a member of the Guidelines & Evidence-Based Medicine Subcommittee.
Emily Holmes, MD, MPH, assistant professor; program director, C-L Psychiatry Fellowship; associate program director, Fairbanks Center for Medical Ethics Fellowship in Clinical Ethics. Dr. Holmes is chair of the Academy’s Local Arrangements Committee and a member of the Annual Meeting Committee for CLP 2023.
Ana Ivkovic, MD, assistant professor, Harvard Medical School; staff psychiatrist, Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Ivkovic co-directs the transplant psychiatry service at Massachusetts General Hospital. She is a founding co-chair of the Academy’s Integrative Medicine (Complementary and Alternative Medicine) SIG, and a member of the Transplant Psychiatry SIG.
Julienne Jacobson, MD, clinical associate professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Southern California. She is the director of the C-L Psychiatry Service at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Dr. Jacobson is a long-time member of the Pediatric C-L Psychiatry SIG, and is currently co-chair. She has presented for workshops and Skills courses, and reviewed abstracts for the annual meeting. She has also participated in submission review for the Journal of the Academy of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry (JACLP).
Walter J. Kilpatrick, DO, assistant professor of Psychiatry, University of Massachusetts Chan Medical School; adjunct professor of Psychiatry, Tufts University School of Medicine; medical director, Psychiatry Consultation Services, Baystate Medical Center. Dr. Kilpatrick has chaired the Oral Papers & Posters Subcommittee and currently serves on the Workshops & Symposia Subcommittee.
Maria Mariano, MD, FAPA, FRCPC, chief of C-L Psychiatry, Olive View UCLA Medical Center; clinical assistant professor, University of California Los Angeles. Dr. Mariano has reviewed abstracts for past Academy annual meetings, served as a rotating trainee co-chair of the Bioethics SIG, and currently serves on the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Subcommittee.
Kenneth Novoa, MD, associate program director, C-L Psychiatry Fellowship, and assistant professor of psychiatry, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus; medical director, C-L Psychiatry service at Denver Health Medical Center. Dr. Novoa has presented his work and mentored others for workshops, Skills courses, and poster presentations at Academy annual meetings.
Mark Oldham, MD, assistant professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry; medical director, Proactive Integration of Mental Healthcare in Medicine (PRIME Medicine); deputy editor, Journal of the Academy of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry (JACLP); chair, Proactive C-L Psychiatry SIG. Dr. Oldham is a past chair of the Online Education Committee.
Haniya Raza, DO, MPH, associate professor, Medstar Georgetown University Hospital, Department of Psychiatry, C-L Psychiatry Fellowship Training Program; chief of service, Psychiatry C-L Service, Hatfield Clinical Research Center, National Institutes of Health. Dr. Raza has served as a member of the Pediatric C-L Psychiatry SIG and the Proactive C-L Psychiatry SIG.