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Cassie Sacco, Program Manager
Cassie Sacco is the Program Manager for the Office of Education. She supervises and manages all levels of educational activities for the Department of Psychiatry. She works closely with Dr. Campbell and the Associate Program Directors to transform the educational environment in Psychiatry, developing long-term strategic planning for the collaborative education of residents, fellows, and medical students. Cassie is the face of residency recruitment and the principal lead of the education team throughout the interview and selection process. She enjoys meeting all of the applicants as they visit during interview days at Penn, and especially loves getting to know all of her residents during their years of training. Cassie's door is always is open for residents old and new to stop by and say hello.
Previously Cassie was the Curriculum Coordinator for the Department of Psychiatry, overseeing residency didactics and serving as the Medical Student Coordinator for psychiatry education. In 2018 she won the inaugural ADMSEP Excellence in Clerkship Administration Award, which brought national recognition to her work in medical student education. Cassie is a member of AAPRT and ADMSEP and an alumna of Moravian College in Bethlehem, PA.
Email: Cassie Sacco
Linda Ramos, Psychiatry Residency/Fellowship Coordinator
As Psychiatry Residency/Fellowship Coordinator for the Department of Psychiatry, Linda Ramos manages the ACGME accredited fellowship programs which include Consultation-Liaison, Geriatric Psychiatry & Forensics Fellowships as well as the unaccredited Community Psychiatry Fellowship program. In addition to the fellowships Linda also works with the Residency Program assisting in didactics, recruitment, and day-to-day operations of the program.
Email: Linda Ramos
Dominic Mangino, Education Coordinator
Dominic is the Education Coordinator for the Department of Psychiatry. He organizes residency didactics for all four years and also serves as the medical student coordinator managing two pre-clinical courses for first year students and managing the Psychiatry Clerkship rotations. Dominic completed his undergraduate studies in psychology at Muhlenberg college and acquired a Master's degree in clinical psychology from Loyola University Maryland soon thereafter.
Email: Dominic Mangino
If you are interested in obtaining further information about our residency program or have additional questions, please contact us anytime.
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