Erin Malloy

Professor and Director of Medical Student Education

MD

Professor

Director of Medical Student Education

Location:

UNC Hospitals – Chapel Hill
UNC Mental Health Specialists – Chapel Hill

Education and Training:

B.A., English, University of Florida
M.D., University of Florida
Residency, Psychiatry, Medical University of South Carolina
Fellowship, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Medical University of South Carolina

Summary Statement:

Dr. Malloy is a Professor in the department and serves as its Director of Medical Student Education. Her clinical work is quite broad, having served for over a decade as the department’s Director of Child and Adolescent Inpatient Services, and more recently has expanded her outpatient work with children, adolescents and young adults. She sees patients ranging from preschool age through adulthood with a variety of psychiatric issues. Dr. Malloy has been nationally recognized as the Chair of the Inpatient, Residential and Partial Hospitalization Committee of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP), and has held leadership roles in the North Carolina Council of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (NCCCAP), including serving as its President from 2010-12. Dr. Malloy’s passion for teaching has involved her in a number of roles in the University North Carolina School of Medicine in curriculum development and leadership as well as student advising. She has directed the Psychiatry Clerkship as well as other courses in the medical school. She has also served as an Advisor and Co-Director of the Larry Keith Advisory Colleges Program for the UNC School of Medicine. Dr. Malloy has been recognized for teaching and work with learners by local and national teaching awards, most recently honored by the Leonard B. Tow Humanism in Medicine Faculty Award in both 2012 and 2013. Dr. Malloy’s research interests are in medical education as well as in the clinical realm, with publications related to the effects of maternal depression on children, child psychiatric inpatient care, and the impact of educational programs in psychiatry.

Erin Malloy