Congratulations to our new APA Fellows

Published: December 19th, 2017

By: Melinda Fawcett

Category: Featured

Being a Fellow is an honorary designation that was created by the American Psychiatric Association (APA) Membership Committee and Board of Trustees to recognize early career members who have demonstrated allegiance to their profession and commitment to the on-going work of the Association.  Most members who pursue Fellow status perceive it as one of the first steps to enhancement of their professional credentials.  Fellows are recognized by their colleagues in the APA as a member of a very select group and are permitted to use the FAPA designation on all of their professional documentation.

Robert Averbuch, MD Associate Professor

Robert Averbuch, MD
Associate Professor

Angela Camacho

Angela Camacho, MD
Assistant Professor

Brent Carr, MD

Brent R. Carr, MD
Assistant Professor

Hong Chen, MD Assistant Professor

Hong Chen, MD
Assistant Professor

William Greene, MD

William Greene, MD
Associate Professor

Richard Holbert, MD

Richard Holbert, MD
Assistant Professor

Michelle Jacobs-Elliott, MD Assistant Professor

Michelle Jacobs-Elliott, MD
Assistant Professor

Tessy Korah, MD

Tessy Korah, MD
Assistant Professor

Kohl Mayberry, DO

Kohl Mayberry, DO
Assistant Professor

Uma Suryadevera, MD

Uma Suryadevera, MD
Assistant Professor

Ana Turner, MD

Ana Turner, MD
Assistant Professor

Herbert Ward, MD

Herbert Ward, MD
Associate Professor

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