I received my BA in Biology from Grinnell College, Iowa. I received my medical degree, a residency in Adult Psychiatry, and a fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, where I was Chief Fellow, here at the University of Minnesota. My role includes two days a week practicing at the Community University Health Care Center. I was also the Program Director of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship. Additional teaching roles include precepting the child and adolescent consult clinic at the U of M Masonic Children's Hospital and providing clinical supervision of fellows in the M Health Fairview Psychiatry Clinic. I have also presented nationally at over 30 conferences, including 9 grand rounds lectures.
- Child and adolescent suicide
- Child and adolescent depression
(for academic support only)
In the Media
- 2021: One of the members of the department’s PERLab was featured in this Medical School article titled, "New Framework Teaches Better Doctor-Patient Conversations During a Personal Crisis".