Joseph Guillory, M.D.
Dr. Guillory grew up in southwest Louisiana where he was first exposed to major health disparities. He pursued higher education at Baylor University where he graduated with a major in Biology, two minors in Philosophy and Biochemistry, and two honors programs. He went on to medical school at McGovern in Houston, TX. While there, he served as class officer, student representative on the curriculum committee and UT Health executive vice president search committee, founder of the Center of Interprofessional Collaboration, and member of the Gold Humanism Honor Society. Currently, Dr. Guillory is in his 3rd year of training at the University of Texas at Southwestern Psychiatry Residency. Since his first year, he has served a class representative, co-founder and chair of the UTSW Psychiatry Mentorship Program, volunteer with NAMI and Associations of Persons Affected by Addictions, keynote speaker for the NAMI Texas State Conference, co-presenter at the Kenneth Altshuler Grand Rounds in Psychiatry at UTSW, and creator of the “Healthcare Systems and Operations” resident rotation. Dr. Guillory does research in community psychoeducation, mentorship, Central American-migration related trauma, and 1st responder trauma. He has been specially recognized with the “Excellent Contribution to Medical Student Education” award and induction into the NAMI North Texas Board of Directors as the first resident-physician member. He is finishing his adult psychiatry training this year with plans to enter Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship and continue his interests in healthcare systems/operations, community psychiatry, academic medicine, advocacy and psychotherapy.
No financial relationships have been disclosed.