Doyle, Gih become members of prestigious Academy College of Psychiatrists

Department of Psychiatry faculty members Marley Doyle, MD, and Daniel Gih, MD, became members of the prestigious American College of Psychiatrists (ACP).

According to the ACP website, the American College of Psychiatrists comprises more than 750 psychiatrists who have demonstrated excellence in psychiatry and achieved national recognition in clinical practice, research, academic leadership, or teaching.

They were inducted during the group’s annual conference in February in New Orleans.

Dr. Doyle, Director of the Behavioral Health Education Center of Nebraska – said she’s excited to be inducted as a new member of the ACP. 

“What an honor to join many of my mentors, and I hope I can live up to their examples,” she said.

Dr. Gih said being accepted into the ACP is like being voted into the psychiatry hall of fame.

“It looks at what you have done to show that you’ve been an outstanding contributor to the field in one of the main areas: clinical practice, teaching, research, leadership,” he said. “The key to this organization is that you can’t just walk into it. You must be nominated by other members, fellows, people who know you well.”

Howard Liu, MD, MBA, is also a member of the ACP. He said it’s a wonderful honor for the two psychiatrists and the Department of Psychiatry. 

“Dr. Doyle has elevated BHECN to another level in state workforce. Dr. Gih has built our residency program in record time,” said Dr. Liu, Chair of the Department of Psychiatry. “Both are true leaders in psychiatry.”

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