Jessie Rice, M.D.

Integrative Psychiatry Fellow

Dr. Jessie Rice graduated from Indiana University with a focus on biochemistry and music, followed by completing a medical degree at Indiana University School of Medicine.  She completed a General Psychiatry Residency at the University of Washington in Seattle and a Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship at the University of Michigan. She is happy to join the University of Arizona Department of Psychiatry for a fellowship in Integrative Psychiatry. In addition to combining conventional psychiatry with the best of integrative medicine to help patients reclaim their mental health, she is especially interested in psychotherapy and early childhood mental health. She sees patients of all ages. In her free time, Dr. Rice enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, and traveling.



Rice, J. N., C. B. Gillett, and N. M. Malas, "The Impact of Psychotropic Medications on Bone Health in Youth.", Curr Psychiatry Rep, vol. 20, issue 11, pp. 104, 2018 09 24. PMID: 30246221


Rice, J., AS. Bhat, C. Sampson, D. Grace, and DS. Cowley, Universal Screening for Postpartum Depression in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit - A Survey-Based Study of Nurses' Attitudes. Poster presentation at Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine Annual Meeting in Austin, TX, November 10, 2016., 2016.