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Current Resident Research Trainees

Amada Roper, M.D. — Third Year Resident (2013-2015)

Dr. Amanda Roper is a 3rd year resident in the General Psychiatry Program at MUSC. In 2011 she received her MD from the Medical University of South Carolina. Her research involves working on a pilot study to see if N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC) helps to decrease fingernail biting in young adults. It is a small, randomized, placebo controlled trial that will hopefully indicate if bigger studies would be warranted in the future. Dr. Roper is mentored in the DART program by Dr. Kevin Gray.  

Greg Sahlem, M.D. — Third Year Resident (2012-2014)

Dr. Sahlem is a 3rd year resident in the General Psychiatry Program at MUSC. He received his medical degree from the University at Buffalo School of Medicine. His research interests include neuropsychiatric populations with sleep disorders and transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS). His current research interest is in the application of brain stimulation and other non-pharmacologic modalities to sleep, memory, and addictions. Dr. Sahlem is mentored in the DART program by Dr. Mark George.

Nolan Williams, M.D. — Fifth Year Resident (2012-2014)

Dr. Williams is a 5th year resident in the General Psychiatry Program at MUSC. He received his medical degree from Medical University of South Carolina. He will be a 5th year resident at MUSC in the combined Neurology-Psychiatry program and is Chief Resident. Dr. Williams is interested in research on neurological illnesses that predispose patients to the development of neuropsychiatric symptoms, such as traumatic brain injury, Parkinson's disease, and stroke. His research interest is in exploring the effects of a new form of electroconvulsive therapy on the mood and motor symptoms of Parkinson's disease. Where he is currently conducting an observational study looking at changes in these variable pre and post treatment. He is being mentored by Drs. Baron Short and Colleen Hanlon.


Recent Resident Research Trainees

 

 Erin Seery, M.D. — Fourth Year Resident (2011-2013)

Dr. Seery is a 4th year resident in the General Psychiatry Program at MUSC. She received her medical degree from the University of Maryland. Her research interests include substance abuse and depression.  With DART resident Robert Glenn, she is researching outcomes of Veterans Administrations patients who have co-morbid alcohol dependence and major depression.  Dr Seery  is mentored in the DART program by Dr. Robert J. Malcolm and Dr. Mark Hamner.


 Robert Glenn, M.D. — Fourth Year Resident (2011-2013)

Dr. Glenn is a 4th year resident in the general psychiatry program at Medical University of South Carolina where he also received his medical degree. His research interest is in exploring the rapid acting antidepressant effects of subanesthetic doses of intravenous ketamine in patients with co-morbid depression and alcohol dependence. Dr. Glenn is mentored in the DART program by Dr. Robert J. Malcolm  and  Dr. Mark Hamner.


Amanda Roten, M.D. — Fourth Year Resident (2011-2013)

Dr. Roten is a 4th year resident in the General Psychiatry Program and MUSC.  She received her medical degree from the University of Alabama School of Medicine in Birmingham, Alabama.  Her research interests include substance abuse in adolescents.  Her current project is on determining if attitudes in adolescents change following education regarding risk of psychosis with cannabis use.  Dr. Roten is mentored in the DART program by Dr. Kevin Gray.    

Resident Research Graduates - Congratulations!

Kelly Barth, D.O.
(2006-2007)

Richard Holt, M.D.
(2005-2007)

Bryan Tolliver, M.D.
(2005-2007)

 

 

Emily Goddard, M.D.
(2006-2008)

Rebecca Payne, M.D.
(2007-2009)

Andrew Clark, M.D.
(2007-2009)

   

   

   

   

Tal Herbsman, M.D.
(2007-2009) 

Kelly Holes-Lewis, M.D.
(2008-2009)  

Andrei Vedeniapin, M.D.
(2008-2009)   

A. Lee Lewis, M.D.
(2008-2010)

Christian Reusche, M.D.
(2009-2011)
 

Xingchun Tang, M.D., Ph.D.
(2009-20011)

         

        James Fox, M.D.
      (2009-2011)

Todd Magro, M.D.
     (2010-2012)
 

 

 

   

   

   

 

 

 

 

 

  

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Aimee L. McRae-Clark,
PharmD, BCPP

Director,
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Department of
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