Residents and Students at IUPDP
Amna Aziz, MD, PGY-3
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Adolescent Health, Early Onset Psychosis, Advocacy, Traveling, Running, and Yoga.
Thomas Beasley, DO, PGY-3
Interests include psychotic disorders, acute psychotic breaks and chronic mental illness. Personal interests include taking care of my 2 dogs, spending time outdoors, spending time with my significant other, skiing, biking, hiking, running, and relaxing.
Corissa Dionisio, MD, PGY-3
Samantha Imfeld, MD, PGY-3
Child and Adolescent psychiatry, in the future I would like to work specifically with the transgender community in that age range as well as CAP with anxiety and depressive disorders. I am also interested in education against MH stigma, especially within the medical community. Outside of work, I enjoy being on the water (kayaking, boating, fishing), reading, trying new food spots, entertaining and hanging out with friends and family.
You Na Kheir, MD, PGY 3
You Na became interested in Psychiatry as a third year medical student and her passion for Psychiatry grew as a resident, treating patients with various mental illnesses and helping their families navigate difficult times with their loved ones. You Na is interested in academic psychiatry, integrating spirituality into medicine/psychiatry, psychodynamic psychotherapy, cultural manifestations of mental illnesses, writing, and teaching.
Kevin Masterson, MD PGY-3
Deep dish pizza, psychotic disorders, video games, running, going to breakfast restaurants, addiction psychiatry.
Danielle Patterson, MD, PGY-3
First break psychosis and mania, preventative medicine/therapies, psychotherapy, dancing, yoga, traveling, hanging out with family and friends.
Pre-Doctoral Clinical Psychology Graduate Students
Hannah Paul, M.J. , M.A.
Clinical interests include working with adolescents and adults with severe mental illness by providing therapeutic intervention and clinical assessment. I have a particular interest in working with individuals who are involved with the legal system and helping them navigate challenges they may face. My research interests include risk assessment, particularly one's risk for engaging in or being victimized by stalking, threatening, or harassing behavior. In my personal life I enjoy staying active including going on hikes with my dog, running, or lifting weights. Furthermore, I enjoy traveling, mainly to try new and interesting foods!
Rhianna Beasley, M.A.
Psychosis, administering psychological assessments, providing insight-oriented psychotherapy, metacognition, psychodynamic theory, program development, prevention and early intervention, stigma and identity in serious mental illness.
To learn more about the residency programs at Indiana University, please visit the IU School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry website.