Dr. Humann has a long standing interest in cross-cultural medicine, which was a particular focus of her residency training. She has experience with a variety of diverse populations including directing a resident clinic in African-American majority southeast Washington, DC, and working in a clinic primarily serving African and Latino survivors of conflict while a resident. She has a special interest in improving access to care for all who need it. Prior to coming to OHSU, she spent four years working in an underserved area of rural Washington State.
Dr. Humann is an assistant professor of psychiatry at the Oregon Health & Sciences University. She has a background in community psychiatry utilizing a team approach to work with a wide variety of individuals with diagnoses ranging from anxiety disorders, mood disorders, thought disorders, trauma related disorders, and chemical dependency. With the team approach, the individual seeking treatment is viewed as the team leader in guiding their own journey to healing utilizing the support and expertise of the care providers.
- B.S., 1995, University of West Florida
- M.D., 2001, University of Florida
- Residency in psychiatry from the George Washington University in Washington, DC, 2005
- Board Certified in psychiatry