Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Fellows

Michael Jennings, M.D.

Dr. Michael Jennings

Dr. Jennings was born and raised in Dallas, TX. He attended Wake Forest University and obtained a B.S. in Biology and Neuroscience. He received his medical degree from Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Paul L. Foster School of Medicine in El Paso, TX. He completed his psychiatry residency at UT Southwestern. He chose to pursue a fellowship in Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry due to his interest in a holistic approach to patient care that emphasizes the intricately woven bridge between the physical and mental wellbeing of patients. His professional interests include psychopharmacology, recognition and prevention of delirium, eating disorders, patient safety and advocacy, and the impact of cultural diversity on patient experiences and their care. He chose to stay at UT Southwestern after residency given the vast array of clinical experiences available and the program's emphasis on upholding the tenets of mentorship, teamwork, and compassion. He enjoys art, film, board games, and spending time with his family and friends.

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