Michael T. Ingram, Jr., MD

C-L Fellow, University of California, Los Angeles

Michael Ingram, M.D. grew up in the suburbs of Sacramento, California and received his undergraduate degree in biochemistry at Occidental College in Los Angeles. After receiving his Master of Science in global medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California, Ingram traveled across the country to Albany, New York where he attended Albany Medical College. Although initially interested in surgery, Ingram quickly became fascinated with human behavior and the apparent gap between the delivery of physical and mental health care. Ingram is an advocate for psychiatry as a sub specialty of all fields of medicine and continues to promote and practice integrated care. He has a special interest in medical education and has been working hard to advocate for a more integrated experiences for medical students and residents. Currently, Ingram is a C-L Fellow at the University of California, Los Angeles and plans to practice as an academic C-L attending and hopefully fellowship director serving an underserved community in the future.