Dr. Chandraiah joined ETSU in 2014 as University Clinic Director. She received her
Bachelor of Medical Science (Biochemistry focus) and Doctor of Medicine degrees from
the Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. Johns, Canada. Her professional training
includes a rotating internship at St. Joseph’s Hospital, University of Toronto. She
started her psychiatry residency at the Clark Institute of Psychiatry, University
of Toronto, Canada and completed it at the Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth
Hospitals in Richmond, VA, where she also completed a consultation/liaison psychiatry
fellowship. She is Board Certified in Adult Psychiatry in the US and Canada.
She has also worked previously in academic and administrative positions at the Medical
College of Virginia, Richmond and Ann Arbor Veterans Administration Medical Centers,
University of Alabama at Birmingham, Saint Louis University, and University of Mississippi
Medical Center as well as briefly working in private practice. At the University
of Mississippi Med Center she received the Outstanding Clinical Supervision, Best
Outpatient Attending, and Clinical Teacher of the Year Awards. Her primary clinical
and academic interests are in women’s mental health particularly linked to the reproductive
cycle, mood and anxiety disorders, as well as residency recruitment.