Meet the Faculty
Dr. Kelly Barth
Dr. Kelly Barth is the Director of our Combined Internal Medicine & Psychiatry Residency Training Program at MUSC. A former Chief Resident and graduate of our program in 2007, she went on to complete her Addiction Fellowship Training at University of Pennsylvania before returning to MUSC to join faculty in 2008, where she is currently an Associate Professor in the Departments of Psychiatry and Internal Medicine. She has expertise in the area of chronic pain and opioid dependence, and she is actively engaged in research, clinical care, and education at the local and national level. A recipient of numerous teaching awards, Dr. Barth is actively engaged in education, and interacts with Med-Psych residents throughout their training (with direct clinical supervision in the 2nd, 4th, and 5th years). Dr. Barth is a true advocate for the Med-Psych field and an enthusiastic leader for our program.
Temeia Martin, M.D.
Dr. Temeia Martin joined the Division of Internal Medicine and Geriatrics effective July 1st, 2012 as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine. She has a joint appointment in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Dr. Martin is a graduate of Xavier University of Louisiana where she obtained a bachelor of science in 2002. She went on to earn a degree of medicine from Howard University in 2007. Dr. Martin completed her residency at the Medical University of South Carolina in a combined training program of Internal Medicine and Psychiatry in 2012. She served as a chief resident in the joint residency program from 2011-2012. Dr. Martin has a focus on comorbid psychiatric and medical illnesses with a special focus on the Sickle Cell Disease population.
E. Baron Short, M.D., M.S.C.R
Dr. Short is the Medical Director of the Brain Stimulation Service and 3 North Adult Inpatient Psychiatry at the Institute of Psychiatry. He coordinates the integration and delivery of clinical brain stimulation services and clinical trials in the Brain Stimulation Division. In 2012, he established a 1 year Brain Stimulation Fellowship for physicians wanting additional training in Brain Stimulation techniques for psychiatric disorders. On the inpatient services, he ascribes to a comprehensive, integral approach in diagnosis and treatment , including the psychoneurobehavioral and socio-cultural perspectives that influence patient care. He serves as a clinical and research mentor for several residents. He has dual appointments in Departments of Psychiatry and Internal Medicine.
Clinical and Research Interests: TMS, ECT, VNS, DBS in mood disorders, TMS in fibromyalgia, TMS/fMRI in meditation, Integral Psychiatry
Kristen Mullinax, MD
Dr. Mullinax joined the faculty as Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry in July 2015. She attended medical school at MUSC and completed her residency in June 2015. Currently, she splits her clinical time as the Consult Liason Psychiatry attending and the Inpatient 3N General Psychiatry attending. She mentors students and residents and is currently involved with quality improvement project designed to improve wellness outside the hospital targeting patients readmitted to psychiatric hospital within 30 days.
Benjamin Kalivas, MD
Dr. Kalivas is an Assistant Professor with dual appointment in the departments of Psychiatry and Medicine. He graduated medical school from MUSC. He is a former chief resident of our med-psych program in 2016 and internal medicine chief resident in 2017. He then joined faculty at MUSC where he works as an academic hospitalist in both departments. He is actively conducting research on delirium on improving detection and management in the hospital setting. He is passionate about education and a large part of the educational mission of both categorical and the combined training programs her at MUSC.
Elizabeth Call, MD
Dr. Call completed her residency at MUSC. She currently does primary care in the Homeless Patient Aligned Care Team (HPACT) program at the Ralph Johnson VA. She is dedicated to delivering quality primary care and mental heath care to the homeless veterans of South Carolina. She supervises med-psych residents in the HPACT clinic.
Douglas (Jay) Glenn, MD
Dr. Glenn will be joining our faculty as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences as an ER Psychiatry Attending in July 2018. He was former Chief Resident of our program from 2017-2018 and is a graduate from West Virginia University Medical School.