We are a team of professionals committed to discovering and providing innovative solutions
to mental health problems by: educating health professionals, providing compassionate
service, advancing science and inspiring a love of learning.
MCG Psychiatry and Health Behavior faculty receiving their 'Professor Rabitt' in recognition
of their academic promotion (July 01, 2019).
From left to right: Dr. Peter Rosenquist, vice chair; Dr. Chelsea Carson, promoted
to associate professor; Dr. Michael Rollock, promoted to associate professor; Dr.
Tasha Wyatt, promoted to associate professor; Dr. Vaughn McCall, chair (in absentia,
Dr. Brian Miller, promoted to professor)
In July 2019, Dr. Ara has resigned from the Department of Psychiatry and Health Behavior.
She has served as an influential mentor to psychiatry residents and will be missed.
June 13, 2019, the Department celebrated the graduation of Residents and Interns.
We are proud of the accomplishments of these individuals and their hard work they
put in for the community and their service to the patients of the University.
In April 2019, at the 2019 Faculty Senate Award Ceremony, Dr. Brian Miller received
the Clinical Science Teaching Award. The Department of Psychiatry & Health Behavior
and the Medical College of Georgia is extremely proud of Dr. Miller's hard work and
contributions to the University, students, residents, and peers.
AU Psychiatry's first Service Day: The day was spent at ECRH, Augusta's state psychiatric
hospital, during which residents organized several activities (art therapy, crafts,
card games, pool, and ping pong) to engage and support patients.
Dr. Youssef (Left) and Dr. John Berg (left) professor at Lovisenberg Diakonal Hospital,
Oslo, Norway during the joint meeting of the European Forum for ECT (EFFECT) and the
Italian Association for Somatic Therapies in Psychiatry (Rome, Italy) where Dr. Youssef
was invited to give an oral presentation on the development of Low Amplitude Seizure