Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Fellows

2022 Fellows

Do Gwak, M.D., profile photo
Do Gwak, M.D.

Dr. Gwak completed medical school at the University of Vermont and residency at Howard University Hospital in Washington DC. He grew up in South Korea before immigrating to the United States with his family. He has been chief resident in psychiatry and a representative to the Graduate Medical Education Committee. He is interested in a career in academic consultation-liaison psychiatry to continue pursuing his passion for learning, which he describes as being similar to how he felt as “an 8-year-old boy in a bookstore.”

Juliann Tea, M.D., profile photo
Juliann Tea, M.D.

Dr. Tea completed medical school and residency at Baylor College of Medicine. She is the daughter of refugees who escaped Cambodia and a first generation college student in her family. She was chief resident in psychiatry at Ben Taub Hospital in Houston, enjoys teaching and presenting academic work at conferences, and is interested in a career in academic consultation-liaison psychiatry to continue teaching and doing research.

CL Fellowship Alumni Highlights

Anne Louise Stewart, M.D., graduated in 2021 and accepted a faculty position at the University of Virginia Department of Psychiatry as a Consultation-Liaison Psychiatrist.

Basar Cenik, M.D., graduated in 2018 and is on the faculty at Southern Illinois University.

The following CL Psychiatry Fellow graduates are now faculty members at UT Southwestern:

Ahmad Arain, M.D. (2017 fellowship graduate)
Assistant Professor

Mallory Cash, M.D. (2018 fellowship graduate)
Assistant Professor

Michael Jennings, M.D. (2022 fellowship graduate)
Assistant Professor