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Meet HMHI's Incoming Psychiatry Residents and Fellows

Huntsman Mental Health Institute (HMHI) is pleased to announce the 2022 match results for all Psychiatry residency and fellowship programs. A total of 17 resident interns and eight fellows will be welcomed into five different training programs administered by the Department of Psychiatry - General Psychiatry Residency, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship, Triple Board Residency, Addiction Medicine Fellowship, and Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship. The 25 incoming physicians have cultivated their interest in psychiatry and pursued excellence in programs from across the nation, and internationally, representing 19 different medical schools.

On July 1, 2022, these future psychiatrists will begin comprehensive training within their respective programs. As an academic health center committed to preparing tomorrow's exceptional mental health clinicians, residents and fellows receive a breadth of clinical experience by training at HMHI, Primary Children's Hospital, George E. Wahlen Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and many other affiliated outpatient and residential/partial hospital programs.

Fourteen interns will join the largest training program, General Psychiatry, which offers opportunities for training in specialized rotations, like rural communities and underserved populations. Three interns will begin training as “Triple Boarders” in a unique program that combines pediatrics, adult psychiatry, and child/adolescent psychiatry. Four Child & Adolescent Psychiatry fellows will learn to treat youth across the continuum of care and at every stage of mental health disorders. And four fellows will co-train in Addiction Medicine and Addiction Psychiatry, learning to provide more holistic patient care by helping individuals battle substance use disorders.

We would like to recognize the many program staff, chief residents, associate training directors, and faculty who supported recruitment efforts and greatly contributed to filling our open match positions.


  • Jake Arbon, MD | Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine-AZ
  • Sarah Asuquo, MBBCH, MPH | University of Calabar
  • Terrell Blei, MD | University of Utah School of Medicine
  • Julie Emmond, MD | Albany Medical College
  • Kathryn Forneris, DO, MPH | Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Tatiana Kaehler, MD | University of Washington School of Medicine
  • Victoria McKinney, MD | University of Nebraska College of Medicine
  • Travis Norseth, MD | University of Utah School of Medicine
  • Rachel Polcyn, MD | Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine
  • Bethany Roberts, MD | University of Oklahoma College of Medicine at Oklahoma City
  • Harrison Schurr, MD | Central Michigan University College of Medicine
  • Matija Sestan-Pesa, MD | University of Zagreb
  • Hana Setterquist, MD, MS | Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine
  • Brittanee West, DO | Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine


  • Dustin Blodgett, MD, MS | St. George's University School of Medicine | University of Kentucky General Psychiatry Residency
  • Theodore Brisimitzakis, DO | Kansas City University College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Olga Lane, MD | Loma Linda School of Medicine | University of Utah General Psychiatry Residency
  • Eric Monson, MD, PhD | University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver COM | University of Utah General Psychiatry Residency


  • Katherine Amano, MD | Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth
  • Bharat Sanders, MD | Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University
  • Jasmine Thompson, MD, MA | Howard University College of Medicine


  • Terri Kurtz, MD | University of New Mexico School of Medicine | University of Utah OB/GYN Residency


  • Kim DeAtley, MD | Texas A&M School of Medicine | University of Utah General Psychiatry Residency
  • Rana Jawish, MD | University of Damascus School of Medicine | University of Utah General Psychiatry Residency
  • India Reddy, MD, PhD | Vanderbilt University School of Medicine | Vanderbilt University General Psychiatry Residency