Mary Vance, MD
Mary C. Vance, MD, MSc is a board-certified psychiatrist with over a decade of experience at the intersection of general medicine and behavioral health. She has worked across a variety of clinical care settings, including inpatient, outpatient, consult-liaison, co-located/collaborative care, and trauma- and stressor-related-disorder specialty settings. This diversity of clinical experiences informs her involvement in health services research, health policy and advocacy, program development, and organizational/leadership consultation. She has authored numerous peer-reviewed publications and book chapters in these areas. Dr. Vance is broadly interested in the design and implementation of systems- and population-level innovations that advance behavioral health care and services delivery, to include collaborative care and value-based care, while ensuring efficient and effective processes that safeguard the wellbeing of front-line healthcare workers.
Dr. Vance is currently employed by the Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, Inc., and holds an appointment as Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Scientist, Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress, at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. She completed residency training at the MGH McLean Adult Psychiatry Residency Program, and has additional research and policy fellowship training through the National Clinician Scholars Program (the former Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program) at the University of Michigan/VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System. Dr. Vance also completed a Public Psychiatry Fellowship with the American Psychiatric Association as well as the American Psychoanalytic Association Fellowship Program. She has served in multiple capacities within the American Psychiatric Association, including on the Committee on Well-Being and Burnout, Committee on Psychiatric Dimensions of Disasters, Council on Advocacy and Government Relations, and Board of Trustees.