Alana Iglewicz, M.D., Associate Training Director
Dr. Iglewicz went to medical school at the University of Pittsburg and completed her
residency at UCSD. Dr. Iglewicz has taken the leadership role of strengthening the curriculum and clinical experience for psychotherapy throughout all the entire residency experience. She also supervises and mentors residents through the emergency psychiatry experience.
Larry Malak, M.D., Associate Training Director
Dr. Malak is Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of California San Diego (UCSD), Associate Director for UCSD Community Psychiatry Fellowship, Third Year Residency Program Site Director at UCSD, and Co Director for Advanced Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Clinical Training Program at UCSD. He attended medical school in Houston at Baylor College of Medicine before returning to California for residency training at UC San Diego. While in residency, he served as Chief Resident in his final year at the UCSD Medical Center and won the Lewis Judd Resident Research Award for his original work looking at Psychiatric Re-admissions to UCSD. Dr. Malak is active within organized psychiatry at the national, state and local level. He has served as a Resident Representative to the San Diego Psychiatric Society council during residency and now serves as the Vice President.
Michael J. McCarthy M.D., Ph.D. Associate Training Director
Dr. McCarthy graduated from Ohio State University, where he pursued his medical and neuroscience research education through the Medical Scientist Training Program. He completed his clinical education in Psychiatry at UCSD on the Research Residency Track. He subsequently completed the UCSD Biological Psychiatry Research Fellowship with additional training in genetics and cell biology. Currently, he is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at UCSD, where he works as a Staff Psychiatrist in the San Diego VA Mood Disorders Clinic, and runs a research program investigating the cellular, molecular, and genetic underpinnings of bipolar disorder. He serves as Associate Director for both the General Psychiatry Residency and the Psychiatry Research Track where he oversees key elements of education and research in biological psychiatry and neuroscience.
Sanjai Rao, M.D., Associate Training Director; Site Director, VAMC
Dr. Rao is a graduate of the University of California San Diego Medical School. He continued his residency training at UCSD in Psychiatry where he served as chief resident, and is currently an inpatient and consult-liaison attending at the VA Medical Center. He has a strong interest in education and coordinates large parts of the residency curriculum. Dr. Rao currently serves as both an Associate Training Director and the Site Director at the VA Medical Center.
Tracy Riley, B.S., C-TAGME, Program Administrator
Ms. Riley joined the UCSD Department of Psychiatry as the Residency Training Coordinator in 1999 and holds a Bachelors of Science Degree in Business Administration and is a certified member of the Training Administrators of Graduate Medical Education. Her experience with residency training began in 1994 as Coordinator for the UCSD Child Psychiatry Residency Program located at Children’s Hospital San Diego. Ms. Riley has served as a member of the Administrators Steering Committee and Information Committee for the American Association of Directors of Residency Training. She also served as a member of the Psychiatry Certification Task force for The American Graduate Medical Education Certification Board.
Keisha Moore, B.A, Program Administrator
Ms. Moore joined the UCSD Department of Psychiatry as a Program Administrator in 2017. Graduated from Washington State University with a Bachelor of Art degree in Social Sciences with an emphasis in Communication, Sociology and Sports Management. Keisha has over 7 years of working in higher education at a variety of institutions. Her experience working within a medical school started at UC Riverside as a 4th year Clerkship Coordinator in 2016. Keisha contributed to the completion of the first graduating 4th year class at UC Riverside medical school.