Behavioral Medicine Graduate Psychology Training Programs Faculty

Who We Are

Kelly  Gilrain, PhD

Kelly Gilrain, PhD

Director, Behavioral Medicine
Teaching Faculty

About Me

Dr. Gilrain serves as the Director of Behavioral Medicine at Cooper University Hospital. Her undergraduate is in Psychology from Hunter College – CUNY on the Upper East Side in Manhattan. She remained there for her Master’s degree focusing on eating behaviors and diversity. She took time off from academics to explore careers in medicine and psychology working at the American Red Cross, Helene Fuld Medical Center and Princeton University Wellness Center. She opted to return to graduate school at Drexel University pursuing a PhD in Clinical Psychology with a focus in Health Psychology.

She has worked in Health Psychology for the past 15 years within the following areas: somatic/conversion disorders, in particular PNES at Jefferson University Hospital, Temple’s cardiac transplant unit and burn unit and at Pennsylvania Hospital in the Consultation-Liaison Service. She has completed training and evaluations at various neuropsychology clinics on the Philadelphia area focused on both health and forensic concerns. Her interests lie in chronic medical issues, end of life concerns, death and dying, trauma, behavioral medicine program development and provider wellness.

She has taught Psychology and Humanities courses in college and universities in the NY and Philadelphia area over the past 24 years. She holds Academic Professorships at Cooper Medical School at Rowan University (CMSRU) as well as Rowan University.

She has been with Cooper since 2010 and developed and implemented the Consultation-Liaison Service within the Medical Hospital under the Department of Hospital Medicine. She has supervised psychology externs since 2010 and has presented at national conferences with Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) discussing ways to further Health Psychology programs and training in Academic Medical Centers. She and her team have a robust externship program and are in process of seeking an APA Accredited Psychology Internship program as well.

Anastasia Bullock, PsyD

Anastasia Bullock, PsyD

Teaching Faculty

About Me

Anastasia Bullock, Psy.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in health psychology within Cooper University Healthcare System since 2017. Dr. Bullock provides patient care, as well as coordinates and supervises graduate students on the Behavioral Medicine consultation-liaison service. She also holds a faculty position within Cooper Medical School at Rowan University, teaching medical students on rotation with the Behavioral Medicine team.

Dr. Bullock is actively engaged in research within health psychology, including quality indicators of consultation-liaison psychology, trauma, and weight and eating with articles in peer reviewed publications. She is a member of the Association for Psychologists in Academic Health Centers, Society of Behavioral Medicine, and American Psychological Association.

Michael DeAngelo, PsyD

Michael DeAngelo, PsyD

Teaching Faculty

About Me

Michael DeAngelo, Psy.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in health psychology within Cooper University Healthcare System. Dr. DeAngelo provides patient care, as well as coordinates and supervises Behavioral Medicine graduate students in the outpatient offices of the Early Intervention Program. He also holds an adjunct faculty position with Rowan University, teaching undergraduate students in the Psychology Department. In addition, Dr. DeAngelo is an affiliate of the Postpartum Stress Center in Bryn Mawr, PA.

Philip J. Fizur, PsyD

Philip J. Fizur, PsyD

Teaching Faculty
Cori E. McMahon, PsyD

Cori E. McMahon, PsyD

Teaching Faculty

About Me

Cori E. McMahon, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in health psychology who has 20 years’ experience in direct clinical care, graduate psychology and medical instruction, clinical supervision, and program administration across behavioral health, academic, and medical settings. She has served as Director of Behavioral Medicine within Cooper University Healthcare system since 2009; focusing her clinical work in chronic disease management and overseeing a Behavioral Medicine training program that has served MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper, EIP/Department of Infectious Disease, Ob-Gyn, Bariatric & Metabolic Surgery, and inpatient C&L service. She holds a faculty position with Cooper Medical School of Rowan University, instructing medical students who rotate with the Behavioral Medicine team and has taught psychology courses at La Salle University since 2002, including serving as visiting faculty for LaSalle’s graduate psychology programs in Athens, Greece and Prague, Czech Republic.

Dr. McMahon has a record of health psychology research, publication, and presentations, particularly in the area of psycho oncology, and remains engaged in projects focused on integrated behavioral healthcare in medical settings, and the use of digital tools to enhance patient engagement, health literacy, and improved doctor-patient communication. She is a member of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, is a National Certified Custody Evaluator, and also serves as VP of Clinical Services for Tridiuum, Inc., a health technology company based in Philadelphia.

Rachel Allen, PsyD

Rachel Allen, PsyD

Postdoctoral Fellow, Behavioral Medicine (August 2019)

About Me

Rachel Allen, PsyD, is a postdoctoral fellow in Behavioral Medicine at Cooper University Health Care since 2019. She completed her PsyD in clinical psychology at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and predoctoral internship at the Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center in the Department of Psychology.

Rachel’s clinical and research interests lie broadly in health psychology and behavioral medicine, with specialized interests in behavioral cardiology, cognitive functioning in older adults, chronic disease management, medication adherence, and sleep. Rachel provides direct care to patients in both the inpatient and outpatient settings within Cooper University Healthcare System. She is actively seeking licensure as she completes her required clinical hours while on fellowship and passes the national licensure exam. She is a member of Society for Behavioral Medicine and Association for Psychologists in Academic Health Centers.

Education

  • BS, Psychological and Social Sciences - Pennsylvania State University, Abington, PA
  • MS, Clinical Health and Counseling Psychology - Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Philadelphia, PA
  • PsyD, Clinical Psychology - Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Philadelphia, PA
  • Clinical Psychology Internship, Health Psychology - Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center, Cleveland, OH

Location
One Cooper Plaza
Dorrance 222
Camden, NJ 08103

Phone
856.342.3129