Addiction Medicine Fellowship
Program DescriptionThe Oklahoma State University Addiction Medicine Fellowship is a one-year fellowship opportunity in addiction medicine open to physicians who have completed an ACGME- or AOA-accredited residency. The fellowship is accredited by The American College of Academic Addiction Medicine. Addictive disorders have a become a significant public health concern, but access to treatment remains a barrier for many individuals wanting help. Our goal is to develop future leaders in the field of addiction medicine to help bridge this gap. We offer a diverse training experience, weekly didactic seminars, faculty mentorship, and one-on-one faculty supervision.
Samuel Martin, M.D.
Dr. Samuel Martin is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at OSU-CHS. He completed his medical training and general psychiatry residency at the University of Oklahoma. He is board certified in psychiatry and addiction medicine. He has interest in treating individuals with addictive disorders and co-morbid psychiatric disorders. He has provided education on multiple addiction topics including pharmacology of addictive substances, screening for addictive illnesses, pharmacologic treatment of addictive disorders, and psychotherapeutic treatment of addictive disorders. He is director of Addiction Medicine at OSU and leads the OSU Addiction Medicine ECHO program. He has provided addiction and psychiatric care to adults receiving detoxification and residential treatment services at 12 & 12 since 2011. He became Medical Director at 12 & 12 in 2016.
Jason Beaman., M.S., M.P.H., FAPA
Dr. Jason Beaman graduated medical school from Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences. He then completed two simultaneous residencies in Psychiatry and Family Medicine.
After residency, Dr. Beaman completed a fellowship in Forensic Psychiatry at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. He holds board certifications in Family Medicine, Psychiatry, Forensic Psychiatry, and Addiction Medicine. After Fellowship, Dr. Beaman completed a Master’s Degree in Pharmacology with an emphasis in Forensics at the University of Florida. He also obtained a Master’s in Public Health from Johns Hopkins University.
Dr. Beaman currently serves as the Chair of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences, as well as the Executive Director of Training and Education for the National Center for Wellness & Recovery.
Raymond Denny, D.O.
Dr. Denny is an Osteopathic physician originally trained in Orthopedic Surgery with subspecialty designation in Addiction Medicine. Dr. Denny completed fellowship training in Addiction Medicine / Pain Management through the University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine. Currently a Clinical Assistant Professor with Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in Addiction Medicine. He practices Addiction Medicine in an inpatient and outpatient setting in Tulsa Oklahoma. Special interest in working with health care Professionals who may be struggling with substance use disorder.
Kelly Dunn, M.D.
Dr. Dunn currently serves as Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at OSU Center for Health Sciences. She received her medical degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine and completed her Psychiatry Residency at OU-Tulsa. She enjoys seeing lives transformed with holistic, evidence-based addiction treatment providing not only medication-assisted treatment for addiction, but also treatment for problems that lead to addiction at OSU's new Addiction Medicine Specialty Clinic. She is also passionate about Physician and Trainee Well-being, working to help teach and care for Residents and Students at OSU-CHS so they can have fulfilling, resilient lifelong careers.
Trevor Anderson, M.D. - Entered 2020
Dr. Anderson attended medical school at University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center College of Medicine and received his undergraduate degree in Multidisciplinary Disciplinary Studies from University of Oklahoma. Prior to joining the fellowship, Dr. Anderson completed his categorial pediatric residency at Children’s Mercy Hospital and Clinics in Kansas City, MO in June 2018. He immediately joined the emergency medicine department at Children's Mercy Hospital following residency graduation. He worked as a Pediatric Associate in Emergency Medicine, which is a general pediatrician who sees patients with urgent/emergent needs in the emergency department with specific emergency medicine fellowship training. He is interested in adolescent and young adult populations as a research and clinical focus in addiction medicine. His hobbies include board games, reading, and binging the latest T.V. shows.
- OSU Addiction Medicine Specialty Clinic: Fellows will participate in patient care in our free-standing clinic, located on the campus of 12&12, Inc. in Tulsa, OK. The clinic offers a full range of recovery services including medication assisted treatment, ambulatory detoxification, buprenorphine induction, intensive outpatient therapy, individual substance use counseling, and case management.
- 12&12: Fellows will participate in detoxification and residential treatment services at 12&12, a free standing addiction treatment center in Tulsa, OK. 12&12 offers a wide range of addiction recovery services including physician supervised detoxification, residential substance use treatment, partial hospitalization, and transitional living services.
- OSU Medical Center: Fellows will provide addiction medicine consultation and liaison services at the OSU Medical Center in Tulsa, OK. The OSU Medical Center is an academic medical center with a wide range of medical specialties.
- Fellows will participate in Addiction Medicine Project ECHO is a platform that provides education and treatment recommendations to other providers in distant and underserved communities
- Fellows will have the opportunity to participate in events and initiatives offered by the National Center for Wellness & Recovery
- Research Opporutnities
The fellowship start date for the upcoming academic year will be July 1, 2021. Applications are now being accepted and review will begin immediately. Fellows will
be accepted on a rolling basis beginning July 1, 2020.
The application and its components may be mailed or sent via email to the Addiction
Medicine Fellowship Coordinator, Camillia Estes.
- Successful completion of an ACGME or AOA accredited residency training program.
- Board certified or planning to become board certified (board eligible) during the fellowship year in one of the following specialties: anesthesiology, emergency medicine, family medicine, internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, preventative medicine, or psychiatry.
- For applicants with allopathic training (M.D. degree), must complete 40 hours of osteopathic manipulative medicine training prior to initiating the fellowship.
- For international trainees, must have an active or be qualified to get an H-1B visa.
- Must be qualified to get an Oklahoma medical license as well as Oklahoma and federal controlled substance prescribing certificates (OBNDD, DEA).
- Must be eligible to be a Medicaid and Medicare provider
Fellows will pay a portion of their monthly health insurance premium plan selected by the medical center.
- Sick and vacation leave
- Employee medical/dental insurance available
- Family medical and dental available
- Optional retirement program
- Moonlighting available for fully-licensed residents per program policy
- Research opportunities available