Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Full Time Faculty
Diana M. Mullis, M.D.
Dr. Mullis is an Associate Professor and holds the positions of Assistant Medical Director for the Mental Health Service Line, Director of the Progressive Professionals Program within the Community and Public Safety Psychiatry Division, Vice-Chair of Executive Committee for Clinical Operations, Clinical Director of Admissions for the Institute of Psychiatry, and Director of the Psychiatric Emergency Services. She serves on numerous committees within the Department and MUSC and serves on the Forensic Neuropsychiatry and the Suicidology Committees of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law.
Dr. Mullis maintains clinical and forensic psychiatric practice. She practices Emergency Psychiatry with a multidisciplinary team and that includes supervision of the residents on their monthly rotations. She also provides treatment for adult inpatients and maintains a small outpatient practice with a special interest in treatment of Bipolar Disorders. She is experienced in conducting several types of forensic evaluations and has been qualified as an expert witness to offer testimony in Probate Court, Court of General Sessions, Court of Common Pleas, and Federal Court.
Clinical and/or Research Expertise