Kristin Cadenhead, M.D., Residency Training Director
Dr. Cadenhead, currently a Professor of Psychiatry and Director of Residency Training, has been at UCSD since 1987 where she completed her Residency in Psychiatry and Fellowship in Schizophrenia Research. She has been actively involved in teaching and mentoring since serving as a Chief Resident then as an Attending Physician at the UCSD and VA Medical Centers.
Dr. Cadenhead is the Director of the Cognitive Assessment and Risk Evaluation (CARE) Early Psychosis Program at UCSD (www.ucsdcareprogram.com). She is internationally known for her expertise in early psychotic illness and has received recognition as a "Highly Cited Researcher" and "San Diego Top Doc". Dr. Cadenhead has worked extensively with young patients suffering from psychotic disorders as part of the CARE Clinic at UCSD, offering state of the art evidenced based treatment. Her primary research interests include psychosis risk prediction, biomarkers and treatment in the early phases of a psychotic illness.
Please watch Dr. Cadenhead's recent talk at the UC San Diego Department of Psychiatry 50th Anniversary Symposium: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aq-tTFw7aCw
Ashley Clark, M.D., Associate Training Director
Dr. Clark is a board-certified psychiatrist who works in the Women’s Reproductive Mental Health Clinic and specializes in perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. Dr. Clark attended the University of Vermont, College of Medicine for her medical degree and then completed her internship and residency at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center. During her final year of residency, she served as chief resident and also completed an outpatient program devoted to assessing and treating women with psychiatric conditions associated with hormonal challenges and reproductive life events at the Women’s Life Center at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. Since completing her residency training in psychiatry, Dr. Clark has worked as a staff psychiatrist at the Naval Medical Center San Diego where she was an Assistant Residency Training Director. She currently works supervising PGY3 and PGY4 residents during their general outpatient rotations in Hillcrest and in the Women’s Reproductive Mental Health Clinic in La Jolla.
Isabel Domingues, M.D., Associate Training Director
Dr. Domingues, MD, is a board-certified psychiatrist who specializes in treating young adults with early psychosis. She also has clinical expertise in identifying young adults at high-risk of developing a psychotic disorder or in the “prodromal” (early) phase. She completed residency training in Psychiatry at UC San Diego Health and was Chief Resident at the outpatient clinic in Hillcrest. She earned a medical degree from Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade do Porto, in Portugal. She is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese and enjoys working with the Latino population.
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.
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.