UAB Psychiatry Administrator Named Commissioner of Mental Health
UAB Hospital administrator named Commissioner of Mental Health – Zelia Baugh has been named by Governor-elect Robert Bentley to be Commissioner of Mental Health. Baugh is currently the administrator of psychiatry at UAB’s Center for Psychiatric Medicine.
UAB Psychiatrists Make the ‘Best Doctors’ List
|Dr. Lee Ascherman||Dr. Daniel Dahl||Dr. Jacqueline M. Feldman||Dr. F. Cleveland Kinney|
|Dr. Samuel Rubin||Dr. Terri Steele||Dr. Ray Thweatt|
UAB Psychiatry is proud to announce that seven faculty members were named to the annual ‘Best Doctors’ list. Drs. Lee Ascherman, Daniel Dahl, Jacqueline M. Feldman, F. Cleveland Kinney, Samuel Rubin, Terri Steele, and Ray Thweatt were included on the recently released list. Overall 323 doctors from UAB made the list, which marks a 10% increase from last year. Please join us in congratulating our dedicated doctors and all UAB physicians named to the list, on this proud accomplishment.
If you would like to read the full article about the ‘Best Doctors’ list please click on the link below.
Successful AFSP Out of the Darkness Walk!
The UAB Department of Psychiatry participated in the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) Out of the Darkness Walk for the 3rd year in a row at Heardmont Park on November 7th. This year’s walk raised over $120,000 and looks to be the 2nd largest walk in the nation, behind Chicago, for number of participants. Over 1,300 people participated in the walk.
Psychiatry Faculty Member, Dr. White-Green, Talks About Autism
UAB Magazine discusses Autism in an article by Laura Freeman. The article features UAB Psychiatry faculty member, Dr. Latamia White-Green, who talks about the development disorder and the work she does at the UAB Civitan-Sparks Clinics where she is the medical director. To read the full article, click on the link below.
Dr. Karen Gamble’s Circadian Rhythm Research Highlighted in UAB Magazine
Recently, UAB Magazine featured several doctors at UAB that focus on researching the body’s internal clock, also known as the circadian rhythm. The article, Timing is Everything by Tyler Greer, can be found by clicking the link below.