Jason E. Curry, DO

Clinical Assistant Professor, Psychiatry
Vice Chair, Education
Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry
Program Director, Psychiatry Residency Program

A graduate of the University of Arizona Psychiatry Residency in 2014, Dr. Curry has served as faculty since that time and as a Residency Program Director since 2015. 

Dr. Curry is a Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, an Executive Council Member of the Arizona Psychiatric Society, an elected state representative to the APA Assembly for Area 7, and an appointed Board of Trustee member to the APA Political Action Committee. He appreciates advocating for patients and colleagues at local, regional, and national levels. 

In his ongoing role as Residency Program Director, Dr. Curry believes in a learning process of openness, mutual effort, congenial competition, and intentional evolution. Boarded in both adult psychiatry and addition medicine, Dr. Curry's clinical work is focused on outpatient care with special interest in addiction, mood disorders and trauma-informed care. 

Research/Clinical Interests

Education, Physician Development, Mood Disorders, Wellness, Trauma-Informed Care and Resilience

Professional Affiliations 

American Psychiatric AssociationArizona Psychiatric Society

Degrees
  • DO: ATSU - Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, 2010
  • BA: Saint John's University, 2006
Honors and Awards
  • UofA Dept of Psychiatry - Senior Teaching Faculty Award 2019-20
  • UofA College of Medicine CUP Faculty Teaching Award 2020
  • Fellow of American Psychiatric Association 2018
  • UofA Dept of Psychiatry - South Campus Senior Teaching Faculty Award 2014-15
Residency
  • University of Arizona Department of Psychiatry Tucson, 2014
Board Certifications
  • Arizona Osteopathic Medical Board 2013; APBN 2014; APBM 2021