Academics & Research

Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

Alumni & Past Fellows

2017-2018 Addiction Medicine Fellow

2017-2018 Addiction Medicine Fellow

Ana Holtey, DO


2017-2018 Addiction Psychiatry Fellow

2017-2018 Addiction Psychiatry Fellow

Keerthi Vejerla, MBBS

2015-2016 Addiction Psychiatry Fellow

2015-2016 Addiction Psychiatry Fellow

John Mahan, MD

Dr. John Mahan, MD is a board certified psychiatrist in Medford, Oregon. He is currently licensed to practice medicine in Oregon and Utah. His specialties include treating post-traumatic stress disorder, alcohol-related disorders, opioid-related disorders, substance-related and addictive disorders, bipolar disorders, depressive disorders, and suboxone therapy.

Residency: University of Utah

Medical School: Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine

2014-2015  Addiction Psychiatry Fellow

2014-2015 Addiction Psychiatry Fellow

Ryan Hardman, MD

Dr. Hardman is currently practicing psychiatry as a staff psychiatrist for the Salt Lake City VA Health System.

Residency: University of Utah

Medical School: Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine

2012-2013  Addiction Psychiatry Fellow

2012-2013 Addiction Psychiatry Fellow

Misoo Abele, MD

Dr. Abele is currently practicing outpatient psychiatry as a staff psychiatrist for the Portland VA Health System in Bend, Oregon.

Residency: University of Texas Southwestern

Medical School: University of Texas Southwestern

2011-2012  Addiction Psychiatry Fellow

2011-2012 Addiction Psychiatry Fellow

Katherine Carlson, MD, MS

Dr. Carlson is an Addiction Psychiatrist and currently the Medical Director at Project Reality Substance Abuse Treatment and Prevention Services in Salt Lake City, Utah. She oversees the medical management of a large population of patients with complex addiction and psychosocial conditions; provides consultations to therapists, obstetricians, and primary care physicians; admits patients into treatment with methadone or buprenorphine; and helps design policies and procedures that integrate primary care into addiction treatment planning.

Residency: Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center

Medical School: Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth

Why Utah? "What I liked during the fellowship was the patients, the work, the opportunity to be useful and develop needed skills. I loved working with Dr. Duy Pham, Dr. Michelle Bauer, Dr. Elizabeth Howell, and the the therapists at Recovery Works."