Stacy Ogbeide, Psy.D., ABPP, assistant professor/clinical in the Department of Family and Community Medicine, received the Outstanding Early Career Psychologists Contributions Award from the Association of Psychologists in Academic Health Centers during the group’s annual meeting in New Orleans in early February.
The award goes to exemplary post-doctoral fellows or psychologists with less than 10 years post-degree whose work in medical school and academic health care settings has demonstrated excellence in enhancing the role of psychologists in education, research, and/or clinical care.
“Dr. Ogbeide is a rising star in family medicine and behavioral health regionally and nationally,” said Carlos Jaén, M.D., Ph.D., professor and chair of family and community medicine. “She is changing the workforce landscape and helping to transform primary care for the benefit of our patients, families and communities we serve.”
Dr. Ogbeide is a behavioral health consultant and licensed psychologist. She completed her doctoral degree in clinical psychology at the School of Professional Psychology at Forest Institute in Springfield, Missouri. During her doctoral studies, she completed concentrations in primary care psychology and pain management.