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Current Residents


Michael Capata, M.D. 
Third Year Resident (2018-2020)

Dr. Capata received his medical degree from the Vermont College of Medicine. He graduated from the University of California, Davis with a Bachelor’s Degree in Biological Sciences. In between college and medical school, he spent three years doing research in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Dr. Capata's clinical and research interest is in addiction psychiatry, specifically in regards to the current opioid epidemic. Dr. Karen Hartwell is his DART mentor.

Matthew Fadus, M.D. 
Third Year Resident (2018-2020)

Dr. Fadus received a degree in Biology from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia and his medical degree from Creighton University in Omaha, NE. After medical school, he completed his pediatric internship at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, later joining the Psychiatry Residency Program at MUSC during his second year. Dr. Fadus was awarded a Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship from the American Psychiatric Association in 2018. His clinical and research interests include social media, eating disorders, self-harm, and suicidality among adolescents. His research will be centered around assessing adolescent social media use and screen time to determine associations with mood symptoms or suicidality. Dr. Lindsay Squeglia is his primary mentor.

Joshua Brown, M.D., Ph.D. 
Fifth Year Resident (2017-2020)

Dr. Brown received his BS in Psychology from the University of Utah in 2002. After changing career paths and completing post-baccalaureate premedical coursework, he earned an MD and PhD through the Medical Scientist Training Program at the Medical College of Wisconsin in 2014. His dissertation was in the lab of Nashaat Gerges, PhD studying synaptic plasticity in vitro and its correlation with learning and memory in animal models. He joined the combined Psychiatry/Neurology residency program, at MUSC in 2014. Clinical interests include brain stimulation, consultation/liaison in psychiatry and neurology, epilepsy, and behavioral neurology/geriatric psychiatry. Research interests are centered on understanding mechanisms of TMS in the normal and depressed human brain. Dr. Mark George is his primary mentor. Drs. Leonardo Bonihla, Baron Short and Gregory Sahlem are secondary mentors.

Ebele Compean, M.D.
Fourth Year Resident (2017-2019)   

Dr. Compean graduated with BA in Plan II Honors from University of Texas in Austin. She then graduated from University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio in 2015 with her MD with Distinction in Education for her project with creating a study framework for struggling first year medical students. Her interests include PTSD, addiction, Child and Adolescent psychiatry. Dr. Compean plans to explore role of neuropeptide-Y and genetics in patients with post-traumatic stress disorder with comorbid alcohol use disorder treated with N-acetylcysteine (NAC). She is mentored by Drs. Mark Hamner and Zhewu Wang.

David Friedrich, M.D.
Fourth Year Resident (2017-2019)

Dr. Friedrich attended Cornell University where he graduated cum laude with a Bachelors in Biological Engineering. He completed his undergraduate medical education at MUSC, where he completed his MD and was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society. He continued at MUSC for his general adult psychiatry internship and residency training. Dr. Friedrich's current clinical and research interests include working with patients suffering from treatment resistant psychiatric illness. During the DART program, he will work to further optimize the use of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) in treating patients with treatment resistant mood disorders or addictions. Dr. Friedrich is mentored by Dr. Gregory Sahlem and Dr. Baron Short.

Sarah Oros, M.D.
Fifth Year Resident (2017-2019)

Dr. Oros earned her BS in premedicine with a minor in psychology from the University of Dayton. She went on to graduate from the Boonshoft School of Medicine at Wright State University in 2014. She began a combined psychiatry- internal medicine residency at MUSC in 2014. Given her interest in combined care, Dr. Oros began thinking about topics that reached both fields. She then sought to develop a project that involved pain, addiction, and opioid use. Dr. Oros is also interested in collaborative care, outpatient medicine, women's health, and geriatrics. She is mentored by Drs. Robert Malcolm and Kelly Barth.