Richard BermudesRichard Bermudes, M.D.
Allied Faculty, UC Davis TNT PCP Fellowship Program
Chief Medical Officer, TMS Health Solutions
rabermudes@tmshealthsolutions.com

Dr. Bermudes is the chief medical officer of TMS Health Solutions, a psychiatric group practice in Sacramento and the San Francisco Bay Area that specializes in transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS). In 2013 Dr. Bermudes chaired the first annual meeting of the Clinical TMS Society and served as a founding board member. In 2015 he was elected president of the Clinical TMS Society. Dr. Bermudes is a nationally-recognized speaker on TMS practice organization, insurance reimbursement and policy development. Dr. Bermudes has authored articles on cognitive therapy techniques, the metabolic syndrome, and medication-associated obesity. He is the principal editor of A Clinical Guide for Managing Metabolic Abnormalities in the Psychiatrically Ill: What Psychiatrists Need to Know (American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc., 2007).

James BourgeoisJames Bourgeois, M.D., O.D.
Allied Faculty, UC Davis TNT PCP Fellowship Program
Clinical Professor and Vice Chair, Clinical Affairs
UC San Franscisco Medical Center
james.bourgeois@ucsf.edu

Dr. Bourgeois has received the degrees of Bachelor of Arts from The College of the Holy Cross (1978), Doctor of Optometry from The New England College of Optometry (1982), Master of Public Administration from Auburn University (1984) and Doctor of Medicine from The Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (1989). He completed his residency in psychiatry from Wright State University (1993) and is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in Psychiatry (1995, recertified 2004 and 2014) and Psychosomatic Medicine (2005, recertified 2014). He served as a staff optometrist, EENT Service, USAF Regional Hospital, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL from 1982-1985, Chair of Mental Health at 9th Medical Group, Beale Air Force Base, CA from 1993-1994, Director of Inpatient and Consultation Mental Health Services at David Grant Medical Center/60th Medical Group, Travis Air Force Base, CA from 1994-1998, Chair of the Psychiatry Department, at Wilford Hall Medical Center/59th Medical Wing, Lackland Air Force Base, TX from 1998-2000 and Director of the Psychosomatic Medicine Service at University of California, Davis Medical Center, Sacramento CA 2000-2009, Professor and Vice Chair, Education (2009-2011) and Clinical Head of Service, General Psychiatry Division (2010-2012), at Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences, Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences, McMaster University, Hamilton ON Canada before moving to UCSF in 2012. He is the author of over 170 peer-reviewed publications and 50 books or book chapters, most of which pertain to general adult psychiatry, psychopharmacology, and/or psychosomatic medicine. He has held previous academic appointments at University of California, Davis, University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, and McMaster University. He retired as a Colonel from the United States Air Force Reserve in 2005. His academic interests are in the integration of medical and psychiatric illness, psychopharmacology, medical education, models of service delivery in psychosomatic medicine, and neuropsychiatry. He is a member of Alpha Omega Alpha, a Fellow of the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine and the American Psychiatric Association, and a member of the American Neuropsychiatric Association and the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States. He serves on the Editorial Boards of American Psychiatric Publishing and Academic Psychiatry.
Jaesu HanJaesu Han, M.D.
Faculty, TNT PCP Fellowship Program
Associate Professor
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Associate Program Director
Family Medicine and Psychiatry Residency Training Program
Department of Family Medicine
UC Davis
jaehan@ucdavis.edu
Dr. Han is an associate professor in the departments of Psychiatry and Family Medicine at UC Davis. He graduated from the UC Davis combined Family Medicine and Psychiatry Residency Program in 2002. He has clinical experience in county and university primary care clinics both as a primary care provider and as a primary care psychiatry consultant. He also has clinical experience in the county emergency psychiatry setting as well as county behavioral health clinic setting as a psychiatrist. His interests are in integrating behavioral health into primary care and vice versa as well as medical education for medical students and residents.
Charles HebertCharles Hebert, M.D.
Allied Faculty, UC Davis TNT PCP Fellowship Program
Assistant Professor Director, Psychiatric Consultation Service
Departments of Internal Medicine and Psychiatry
Rush University Medical Center
charles_hebert@rush.edu
Dr. Hebert is dually trained in internal medicine and psychiatry and has joint appointments in the departments of internal medicine and psychiatry at Rush University. In addition to being director of the psychiatric consultation service, he is also a hospitalist in internal medicine. Dr. Hebert completed his undergraduate and medical degrees at Brown University in Providence, RI. He completed a five-year combined residency training program in internal medicine and psychiatry at Rush University Medical Center in 2010 and has been on staff ever since. Dr. Hebert treats a wide array of emotional and behavioral problems that emerge in patient with medical, surgical, gynecological, and neurological illness and uses his combined training in both settings. He has been an invited speaker at the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine as well as other national organizational meetings, including the Society of General Internal Medicine, where he has talked about integration of behavioral health in medical settings. He has also been recognized for his teaching efforts, having been awarded the Phoenix Award – given to the faculty member who exhibits the professional and personal qualities students should strive to attain -- from the graduating class of 2014 from Rush Medical College.
Shawn HersevoortShawn B. Hersevoort, M.D., M.P.H.
Allied Faculty, UC Davis TNT PCP Fellowship Program
Department of Psychiatry and Sleep Medicine
UC San Francisco - Fresno
shersevoort@fresno.ucsf.edu
Dr. Hersevoort has extensive education and training in both the biological and psychological aspects of mental health. He holds undergraduate degrees in both biochemistry and clinical psychology from UC Davis and California State University Sacramento. He also holds a master's in public health, international health and development from Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine in New Orleans, LA. His medical degree is from Tulane University School of Medicine. His psychiatric training was completed at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco, CA. Dr. Hersevoort has work experience in virtually all environments of mental health services including outpatient, inpatient, crisis, and emergency psychiatry. He is currently working at UC San Francisco - Fresno as the director of Integrated Mental Health where he supervises an I.M.P.A.C.T. model patient care service as well as a primary care psychiatry education program for primary care, OBGYN, and psychiatry trainees.
David LiuDavid Liu, M.D.
Faculty, TNT PCP Fellowship Program
Assistant Professor
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
UC Davis
ddliu@ucdavis.edu
Dr. Liu is an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at UC Davis. Dr. Liu completed his general psychiatry residency training at Case Western Reserve University, and then went to UC San Francisco to complete his psychosomatic medicine (PSM) fellowship before joining the faculty at UC Davis. He is board-certified in both general adult psychiatry and psychosomatic medicine. Dr. Liu specializes in psychosomatic medicine, emergency psychiatry, and the integration and collaboration of psychiatric care within primary care. He treats patients suffering from medical and surgical illnesses in a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings. He believes in the importance of utilizing psychodynamic principles, empathy and compassion when caring for the psychiatric and psychosocial needs of patients, as well as working to support their families and other caregivers. Dr. Liu is actively involved in the recruitment and supervision of medical students, residents, and fellows. Through his integrative-model work within primary care, Dr. Liu collaborates with primary care providers and directs multifaceted team approaches to treating patients within the UC Davis Primary Care Network (PCN) and Health Management and Education.
Anne McBrideAnne McBride, M.D.
Faculty, TNT PCP Fellowship Program
Assistant Professor
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
UC Davis
abmcbride@ucdavis.edu
Dr. McBride received her medical degree at UCDavis. She completed her training in general psychiatry, child and adolescent psychiatry, and forensic psychiatry at the UC Davis Medical Center, where she is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. She works primarily as an attending physician at the Sacramento County Mental Health Treatment Center providing evaluation and treatment to minors requiring emergency mental health services within the community. She also works as an attending physician for the EDAPT Clinic managing individuals with recent-onset psychotic disorders, or those who are at high risk for developing psychotic disorders. She has an additional interest in juvenile forensic psychiatry, and currently has a private practice in forensic psychiatry, providing consultations and evaluations for both juvenile and criminal courts.
Robert McCarronRobert McCarron, D.O.
Co-Director, TNT PCP Fellowship Program
Associate Professor
Department of Anesthesiology, Division of Pain Medicine
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Department of Internal Medicine
UC Davis
rmmccarron@ucdavis.edu
Dr. McCarron completed a dual residency in internal medicine and psychiatry at Rush University and is now board certified in psychiatry, psychosomatic medicine and internal medicine. While on faculty as health sciences associate clinical Professor at the UC Davis School of Medicine, he is the founding training director of the only California-based combined internal medicine/psychiatry residency program. In this role since 2010, he has received over $3.5 million in grant support to create, replicate and implement a “Med Psych” curriculum that can be used in the public mental health system by psychiatry residency training programs. He oversees the UC Davis Med Psych clinic, where he serves as director of medicine and psychiatry residency education and co-director of the Train New Trainers (TNT) Primary Care Psychiatry (PCP) Fellowship. He is also the Director of Pain Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, within the UC Davis Department of Anesthesiology, Division of Pain Medicine. Dr. McCarron has authored numerous publications in the areas of unexplained physical complaints, depression and anxiety in the primary care setting, preventive medicine, and medical/psychiatric cross-disciplinary education. He has edited two textbooks: one with a focus on teaching the essentials of primary care based psychiatry and the other providing an innovative approach to teaching psychiatrists the essentials of preventive and collaborative care medicine. He spends much of his time consulting on how best to provide “cross disciplinary training” at the interface of primary care medicine, chronic pain management and psychiatry. Dr. McCarron served as co-chair for a statewide project that supported the integration of primary care and behavioral health for several counties in California and is chair of the California Psychiatric Association Committee on Integrated Care. He has clinical and research experience in telepsychiatry consultation. Dr. McCarron is a recent past president of the Central California Psychiatric Society. He served as a recent past president of the Association of Medicine and Psychiatry, a national organization with the mission of promoting general medical and psychiatric clinical research, patient care and education. Dr. McCarron is the Medicine/Psychiatry section editor for Current Psychiatry and an associate editor for The Primary Care Companion For CNS Disorders. He represents California as an American Psychiatric Association Assembly member. He has received recognition for his national leadership and expertise in cross disciplinary medical/psychiatric integrated education from the UC Davis School of Medicine Vice Chancellor, the American College of Physicians, the Association of Medicine and Psychiatry, and the American Psychiatric Association.
Michelle Burke ParishMichelle Burke Parish, M.A.
Director of Research, TNT PCP Fellowship Program
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
UC Davis
mbparish@ucdavis.edu
Michelle Burke Parish is a project manager in clinical research at UC Davis in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Mrs. Burke Parish has a masters degree in counseling psychology and is a candidate for a Doctor of Philosophy in nursing science and healthcare leadership at UC Davis. She has participated in research in clinical psychology, neuroscience and telepsychiatry, e-health and primary care psychiatry. She is a contributing author in the area of telemedicine, e-health and applications of social media in healthcare. Mrs. Parish serves as a board member for Mental Health America, California. She is currently the director of research for the Train New Trainers (TNT) Primary Care Psychiatry (PCP) Fellowship evaluating research outcomes and program evaluation for the primary care psychiatry fellowship.

Jeffrey RadoJeffrey T. Rado, M.D.
Allied Faculty, UC Davis TNT PCP Fellowship Program
Associate Professor
Departments of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Internal Medicine
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
radojeffrey@yahoo.com

Dr. Rado is an associate professor of psychiatry and general internal medicine in the Departments of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Internal Medicine, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. He received his M.D. from Michigan State University and completed his residency in psychiatry and internal medicine at Rush University Medical Center. He directed a psychosis clinic for many years at Rush University Medical Center and has practiced primary care medicine for more than 10 years. He currently practices both psychiatry and internal medicine, and recently established a primary care integrated care practice program employing the collaborative care model. His clinical interests are in severe mental illness, particularly schizophrenia and related medical issues. His research interests include prevention of the metabolic adverse effects of antipsychotic medications in patients with schizophrenia. He is the co-author, along with Dr. Janicak, of a newly published handbook for patients and families entitled Living with Schizophrenia: A Family Guide to Making a Difference. Dr. Rado recently co-authored an American Psychiatry Association position statement on the role of the psychiatrist in the physical health of their patients. He is currently president of the Association of Medicine and Psychiatry, a national organization focused on clinical practice and training at the interface of medicine and psychiatry.
Amir RamezaniAmir Ramezani, Ph.D.
Faculty, TNT PCP Fellowship Program
Assistant Professor/Neuropsychologist
Associate Director, Pain Psychiatry and Behavioral Health
Division of Pain Medicine
Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine
UC Davis
aramezani@ucdavis.edu
Dr. Ramezani obtained a dual doctorate in clinical health psychology and behavioral medicine at the University of North Texas. He later went on to complete a post-doctoral fellowship specializing in pain psychology at UC San Francisco and a second fellowship in neuropsychology at the UC Los Angeles Semel Institute for Neuroscience. He is currently an assistant professor and specializes in pain psychology and neuropsychology. He is also the associate director of pain psychiatry and behavioral health in the Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine at UC Davis. Dr. Ramezani has published research in the areas of neurocognition, brain imaging, depression, psychophysiology / biofeedback and chronic medical conditions. He is also a teaching faculty for the combined internal medicine-psychiatry residents, neuropsychology post-doctoral fellows, pain medicine fellows, nursing students, and physician assistant students as well as professionals via seminars, telemedicine, and clinical rotations. Dr. Ramezani's clinical, academic teaching, and research interests include the application of cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness, psychophysiological and neuropsychology interventions to improve chronic medical and cognitive conditions; advancing teaching methods; pre-surgical behavioral preparation; and cultural-bilingual neuropsychology.
Matthew ReedMatthew Reed, M.D., M.S.P.H.
Director of Education, Train New Trainers Primary Care Psychiatry Fellowship
Assistant Physician
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
UC Davis
matt.reed@outlook.com
Dr. Reed completed a dual residency in internal medicine and psychiatry at UC Davis. Following his residency, he completed a fellowship in pain medicine, also at UC Davis. He has now joined the UC Davis faculty as an assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Dr. Reed currently treats both the medical and psychiatric conditions of underserved patients at the Sacramento County Integrated Behavioral Health Clinic. In this setting, he also supervises and teaches residents and medical students principles of integrated primary care. Additionally, Dr. Reed attends on the psychosomatic medicine (consult liaison) and emergency psychiatry services at the UC Davis Medical Center where he supervises and teaches rotating fellows, residents, and students. Dr. Reed’s third clinical site is the UC Davis Pain Medicine Clinic where he addresses psychiatric comorbidity among patients with pain and performs a range of interventional procedures to target physical suffering. Dr. Reed is particularly focused on the development and training of integrated care providers in the areas of internal medicine, psychiatry, and pain medicine. He served for two years as the chief resident of the internal medicine/psychiatry residency training program. As a pain medicine fellow, he was awarded the Fellow Teacher of the Year Award. He is currently the director of education for the Train New Trainers (TNT) Primary Care Psychiatry (PCP) Fellowship. Dr. Reed also has interest in the development of policy as it relates to the seriously mentally ill and is a member of the California Psychiatric Association Government Affairs Committee.

Lorin ScherLorin Scher, M.D.
Faculty, TNT PCP Fellowship Program
Director, Emergency Psychiatry
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
UC Davis
lmscher@ucdavis.edu

Dr. Scher completed his general psychiatry residency training at New York Presbyterian Hospital (Cornell). During this time, he completed a fellowship at the New York Psychoanalytic Institute. Dr. Scher also completed the Psychosomatic Medicine (PSM) Fellowship here at UC Davis before joining the faculty. He is board-certified in general psychiatry and psychosomatic medicine. Dr. Scher specializes in psychosomatic medicine, emergency psychiatry, primary care psychiatry, and Huntington’s disease. He treats patients suffering from medical and surgical illnesses in a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings, and he believes in an empathic and compassionate approach to patient care. Dr. Scher supervises medical students, residents, fellows and allied-health professionals in a variety of settings within UC Davis Health, including the psychosomatic medicine service, emergency psychiatry service, UC Davis Primary Care Network (PCN), chronic disease management and education, and the Huntington’s Disease Center of Excellence (UC Davis Department of Neurology). Within the School of Medicine, Dr. Scher chairs the fourth year medical student oversight committee. Within student education in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Dr. Scher leads recruitment efforts and directs the fourth year psychiatry curriculum (including acting internships and electives). Dr. Scher has collaborated with primary care providers to improve psychiatric outcomes, and has helped develop the mental health component of the Care Coordination Program. Dr. Scher is the principal investigator on a telepsychiatry innovation grant within the UC Davis Primary Care Network, and also a co-investigator in a Huntington’s disease stem cell trial funded by the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine (CIRM).
Shannon SuoShannon Suo, M.D.
Co-Director, TNT PCP Fellowship Program
Associate Professor
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
UC Davis
ssuo@ucdavis.edu

Dr. Suo graduated from the UC Davis combined family medicine and psychiatry program in 2003. From 2003-2010, she was the medical director for Turning Point's Northgate Point Regional Support Team (RST). In 2010, Dr. Suo joined the UC Davis Department of Psychiatry faculty, working at the Sacramento County Primary Care Clinic (PCC). At the PCC she provides direct patient care and works with primary care providers, providing consultation and supervision around psychiatrically complex patients. She works with an interdisciplinary team within the PCC that provides complex care management for depression and diabetes. The PCC is also a teaching site for medical students and residents from around the country to learn more about integrated care. Dr. Suo has presented locally and nationally on the issues of combined training and integration of medical and psychiatric care. Additional interests include cultural competence and women's professional development. She is the co-chair for the UC Davis Society for Women in Academic Psychiatry, vice chair for the UC Davis Diversity Advisory Committee, immediate past president of the Central California Psychiatric Society, co-chair for the California Psychiatric Association Committee on Integrated Care, and serves on the board of directors for the Paul Hom Asian Clinic, a UC Davis medical student-run clinic.
Martha WardMartha Ward, M.D.
Allied Faculty, UC Davis TNT PCP Fellowship Program
Assistant Course Director, Essentials of Patient Care
Assistant Professor
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Department of Medicine
Emory University School of Medicine
mcraig@emory.edu
Dr. Ward is the first graduate of Emory’s combined training program in internal medicine and psychiatry. She joined Emory's faculty shortly after residency, with appointments in the Departments of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and Internal Medicine. Currently, Dr. Ward is the director of a reverse integration primary care clinic at Grady Health, where she serves the complex medical and psychiatric needs of patients that previously had no continuity of medical care, and provides a unique training opportunity for students and residents. She is also the associate program director for Emory's Combined Internal Medicine/Psychiatry Residency. Additionally, Dr. Ward is the assistant course director for the Essentials of Patient Care course, a 4-year longitudinal clinical skills course for the medical students at Emory. Dr. Ward is also a small group advisor for the Osler Society at Emory School of Medicine. Dr. Ward’s clinical and research interests are in systems of integrated care and the role of psychiatrists in addressing physical wellness.
Glen XiongGlen Xiong, M.D.
Faculty, TNT PCP Fellowship Program
Associate Clinical Professor
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
UC Davis
gxiong@ucdavis.edu
Dr. Xiong earned his medical degree from UC Davis and completed his post-graduate residency training in psychiatry and internal medicine at Duke University Medical Center. He is the medical director at the Sacramento County Mental Health Treatment Center (SCMHTC) and Norwood Pines Care Center. He is also certified by the American Medical Directors Association in Post-Acute and Long-term Care Medicine, and serves as a faculty member for the certification course. His clinical expertise includes primary care psychiatry, severe mental illness, dementia, and psychopharmacology. He also provides clinical care at the UC Davis Alzheimer’s Disease Center, SCMHTC, and several long-term care facilities.
Angie YuAngie Yu, M.D.
Allied Faculty, UC Davis TNT PCP Fellowship Program
Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry
Kaiser Permanente, South Sacramento and Elk Grove, CA
angie.m.yu@kp.org
Dr. Yu received her training in the Internal Medicine/Psychiatry Combined Residency Program at UC Davis. While at UC Davis, she developed a strong interest in collaborative care models, integrating psychiatry into various medical care settings. Since her time of serving as the chief resident of the combined program, she has been a mentor to residents in medicine and psychiatry and an educator, serving as preceptor in the Doctoring course at the UC Davis School of Medicine. In collaboration with UC Davis faculty, she has worked on integrated medicine and psychiatry curriculum and also on the Preventive Medical Care in Psychiatry Practical Guide for clinicians. Following residency, she has taken her combined training to Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento Medical Center to expand their integrated behavioral medicine specialty (BMS) care model to provide consultative to primary care physicians and to increase access to mental health care. Her role at Kaiser includes providing mental health education to primary care physicians, working across medical specialties and psychiatry to create innovative programs to serve the mental health needs of patients in the medical care home model, to supervise trainees from Drexel Medical school and the UC Davis School of Medicine. She also has a special interest in working with geriatric populations, especially in the area of dementia care as well as complicated internal medicine/ psychiatry cases.