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Current Fellows

Current Fellows for the academic year 2023-2024

Emily S. Green MD

  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellow
  • University of Illinois Chicago
  • Residency
    University of Wisconsin- Madison
  • Medical School
    University of Illinois Chicago
  • Undergraduate
    Grinnell College
  • Psychiatry Interests

    ADHD, school psychiatry, neurodevelopmental disorders 

  • Personal Interests

    Spending time with family, music, exploring local bakeries

  • Hometown
    Oak Park, IL
  • Why did I choose the UIC Child Psychiatry Fellowship?

    I always planned on returning to Chicago for fellowship and I chose UIC because it allows me to further explore my specific interest in caring for children with neurodevelopmental disorders in a diverse and welcoming setting. I believe that diversity is important in every setting but especially when it comes to psychiatric care as culture and identity are so important to a person’s psyche. I know that the learning and clinical opportunities provided by UIC will allow me to grow into a productive and culturally aware Child and adolescent psychiatrist.

Emily Green

Camila Haynes MD

  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellow
  • University of Illinois Chicago
  • Medical School
    Howard University College of Medicine
  • Undergraduate
    Howard University
  • Psychiatry Interests

    Trauma Informed Care; Addiction; Collaborative Care

  • Personal Interests

    travel; baking, true crime docudramas

  • Hometown
    Barbados
  • Why did I choose the UIC Child Psychiatry Fellowship?

    On interview day everyone was warm, welcoming and down to earth. I felt like UIC would be a supportive learning environment with ample opportunities to explore my academic interests and continue working with a diverse patient population.

Camila Haynes

Ravneet Singh MD

  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellow
  • University of Illinois Chicago
  • Medical School
    Rosalind Franklin University
  • Undergraduate
    University of Wisconsin – Madison
  • Psychiatry Interests

    Child Psychiatry: ADHD, Mood disorders, Inpatient

  • Personal Interests

    Videogames, exercising, sci-fi movies

  • Hometown
    Chicago, Illinois
  • Why did I choose the UIC Child Psychiatry Fellowship?

    UIC presented the perfect package of qualities I desired in a fellowship. Working with diverse populations and different socioeconomic groups, seeing unique cases, and having exceptional clinical sites are a few of the many things that drew me to the program.

Ravneet Singh

James Chambliss MD, MPH

  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellow
  • University of Illinois Chicago
  • Residency
    Broadlawns-UnityPoint Psychiatry Residency
  • Medical School
    University of Iowa
  • Undergraduate
    University of Iowa
  • Psychiatry Interests

    Anxiety, ADHD

  • Personal Interests

    Sports, board games, movies

  • Hometown
    Davenport, IA
  • Why did I choose the UIC Child Psychiatry Fellowship?

    I am interested in working with children who have experienced trauma and better understanding the role of lower socioeconomics with mental health and felt that UIC would be wonderful experience for this. I am also interested in the exposure of teaching and research along with clinical and working to better understand how I might balance these going forward.

Jasmine Flowers MD

  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellow, Year 1
  • University of Illinois Chicago
  • Residency
    University of Texas Health Rio Grande Valley
  • Medical School
    Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine
  • Undergraduate
    San Diego State University
  • Psychiatry Interests

    autism spectrum disorder, school-based psychiatry, and psychotherapy

  • Personal Interests

    Gardening, DIY projects, amusement parks

  • Hometown
    Los Angeles/San Diego, California
  • Why did I choose the UIC Child Psychiatry Fellowship?

    I was impressed by the number of previous graduates of the program that had stayed or returned to work for UIC.  To me this meant that they had a positive experience as fellows and wanted to continue a relationship with the institution. I also liked the idea of having joint didactics with the Child and Adolescent fellowship program at RUSH. I viewed this as a great way to learn and network with a larger group of people while still maintaining the family and close-knit feeling of being in a small program. Lastly, the energy and vibe of the fellows and faculty were great on interview day, and I could tell they were as enthusiastic about child and adolescent psychiatry as I was.

Paloma Reinoso MD

  • Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellow
  • University of Illinois Chicago
  • Residency
    Zucker Hillside Hospital, Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra-Northwell Health
  • Medical School
    University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
  • Undergraduate
    St. Edward’s University
  • Psychiatry Interests

    Family therapy, DBT, reproductive & parental-child mental health, collaborative care, immigrant/refugee health

  • Personal Interests

    Binge watching TV shows/movies, going on walks with my family, cooking/meal prepping

  • Hometown
    McAllen, TX and Lima, Peru
  • Why did I choose the UIC Child Psychiatry Fellowship?

    Having strong family ties to the city, I knew I wanted to be at an institution that not only allowed for training opportunities that aligned with my academic interests but was also deeply committed to serving the diverse communities of Chicago. The combination of the supportive/family-friendly training environment and unique clinical opportunities (Women’s Mental Health Program selective, Immigrant Family Mental Health Advocacy Program etc..) made it clear that UIC was the right program for me.

Paloma Reinoso