Maria Poor, M.D.
Maria C. Poor, M.D.
|Personal Statement||I came to the Indiana University School of Medicine with the intent to pass on to medical students and psychiatrists in training my passion for quality patient care. I have gotten involved at IUSM by joining the Professionalism and Role Recognition Competency Committee, the Component I Committee, and the Introduction to Clinical Medicine course management. I enjoy challenging students and residents to develop the best thinking and planning skills they can to prepare them for a lifetime of practice.|
|Education||Undergraduate: Ball State University
Medical School: Indiana University School of Medicine
Residency: Indiana University Medical Center
Psychiatry and Psychosomatic Medicine
|Current Academic Interests||Teaching: I am Co-Director as well as a preceptor for the Introduction to Clinical Medicine course for freshman medical students. I also teach junior medical students during their psychiatry clerkship. I also am an attending for Senior medical students doing an elective in Forensic Psychiatry as well as for Psychiatry residents doing a rotation in the same area. I have some Psychiatry residents who rotate in general psychiatry on my unit at Larue Carter Hospital.
Clinical: I am the Medical Director of a busy inpatient psychiatry unit at Larue D. Carter Memorial. My focus here is primarily those with severe and persistent mental illness.