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Robin Mallett, M.D. (2010)
AssociateProfessor (School of Medicine)
Psychiatry

Dr. Robin Mallett is board certified in General Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. She an Associate Professor in the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) Dept of Psychiatry where ,since 1995, her work has included both medical student and resident teaching in various courses/clerkships. Her work has included developing Team-based Learning Modules, and Design-a-Case web-based learning modules for medical students during their Psychiatry clerkship. She also serves as Co-director of the Neuroscience and Human Behavior course for first year medical students, which has been voted Course of the Year by the medical students. Dr. Mallett provides both clinical and didactic teaching for residents in General Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in both the UTMB outpatient clinics and the community mental health center. Knowing the respect the "white coat" still holds in many communities, Dr. Mallett believes in using this to encourage her young patients to invest in their own education to improve the quality of their lives. She thinks this encouragement is particularly meaningful when it is provided by medical students and residents, with whom youth can more readily identify. At the community mental health center, she has provided annual trainings on psychopharmacology, assessment of suicide, and the management of child and adolescent psychiatric emergencies. Dr. Mallett served as the Medical Director of the Gulf Coast Center MHMR from 1998-2005. She served on the Texas Department of MHMR Executive Formulary Committee. Dr. Mallett attended Texas A and M University for her undergraduate education and the University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio Medical School. She received post-graduate training at Emory University and University of Texas Medical Branch.

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