2017 Graduation Photos

2016 Graduation Photos

2017 Faculty Senate

Dr. Spearman-McCarthy’s receipt of the MCG Faculty Senate 2017 Patient Care Award.

Professor Rabbits

Recently promoted faculty with their "Professor Rabbits"

2017 Resident Family Fun

2017 Resident Family Fun Night

community partner

2016 Community Partner Award for Outstanding Collaboration in Providing Quality Mental Health Services

Accepted by: Dr. Lynn Tyson, Medical Director (Left) and Elizabeth Syms, Program Manager (Right)

Early Psychosis

Dr. Joseph McEvoy and Dr. Brian Miller in Atlanta at the Early psychosis intervention conference in 2016

APA brunch

Aniket Tatugade, M.D. at the Early Career Psychiatrist (ECP) brunch at APA 2016 in Atlanta

mcevoy research team

Dr. McEvoy and his research team

mccall research team

Dr. Vaughn McCall's Research Team

"MCG Student Research Day"
miller research oz wong

The Department of Psychiatry and Health Behavior would like to congratulate Dr. Dharmendra Goyal and Dr. William Jacobs for winning the first place poster award at the West Coast Symposium on Addictive Disorders, 2015. Dr. Goyal won the Early Research Investigator Award.  This is another first place poster award, two in a row, for Dr. Goyal. 

advocacy day in DC

The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry’s (AACAP) Advocacy Day in Washington, D.C. proved to be exciting for Augusta University/Medical College of Georgia.  Jocelyn Bayliss, first year CAP fellow, represented Georgia and MCG as GCCAP Advocacy Day fellow, receiving a matching Advocacy Grant from AACAP.  Additionally MCG CAP Division Director, Sandra Sexson was part of the Georgia representatives.  Other Augusta University/MCG graduates also participated, including Kim Linz, GCCAP Emory Advocacy Fellow and Heerain Shah, practicing CAP, both trained in General Psychiatry at Augusta University/MCG.


Georgia Psychiatric Physicians Association awarded First place to Dr. Dharmendra Goyal in the Joe and Hope Skobba Poster Presentation Competition at the Winter CME meeting held in Atlanta, GA. 


The Multiple Sclerosis Psychological Services Team, led by Dr. Lara Stepleman, was awarded a Quality of Life grant from the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation for $16,000. This funding is used to offset costs  for psychology interns and postdoctoral fellows to provide integrated care consultation, brief intervention, cognitive screening, and psychoeducation as well as a support group for individuals living with and affected by MS in our community. We are grateful to the MS Foundation for their enduring generous support.