Kelly G. Cowan, M.D.
Diplomat of the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology


Biography & Background:

Undergraduate: Texas A&M University, College Station Texas
1985-1989 B.S. Microbiology, Cum Laude
minor: Chemistry
Undergraduate Research: Immunology and Genetics

 

Clinical Interests:
Adult Mood and Anxiety Conditions
Adult and Geriatric Illnesses and Behavior Problems
Dementia Medical and Psychiatric Work-ups
Alzheimer's Disease Medical and Psychiatric Work-ups


Research Interests:
Genetic Brain Disease States
Immunology and Hormone Imbalances

 

Awards:

 

 

 

Compassionate Doctor Recognition,

2010

Patients' Choice Award

2008 - 2010

 

 

 

 

Appointments:

 

 

 

University of Texas Health Science Center

 

Department of Psychiatry:                       

1997 — present

 

 

Associations:

 

 

 

Community Clinical Research Center

 

Clinical Research Investigator:                

2005

 

 

San Antonio Alzheimer's Association

 

Consultant:        

2000

 

 

Arden Courts Alzheimer's Assisted Living Facility

 

Medical Director:

2000

 

 

Incarnate Word Assisted Living, Extended Care Unit,
and the Villa at Incarnate Word Memory Care Unit

 

Psychiatric Consultant:

1997

   

University of Texas Health Science Center
San Antonio- Department of Psychiatry

 

Associate Clinical Professor:

1997

   
   

Medical License:

Received in 1994

 

 

Medical School Attended:

 

The University Of Texas School Of Medicine At San Antonio

1993 Graduate

 
 
 

For more information, or to schedule an initial appointment

 

(210) 696-9292

 

Fax (210) 690-8815

 

   

Kelly G. Cowan, M.D., P.A.
Specialized Psychiatry for
Adult & Geriatric, Dementia, & Alzheimer's Disease

Hours of Operation: 

Monday - Friday 9am-5pm

 

Shavano Commons
6019 Via Shavano
San Antonio, TX 78249
directions to our location
 

(210) 696-9292

 

Fax (210) 690-8815

 

 


 

 

 
 

Serving the San Antonio, Texas Area with Specialized Psychiatry for Adult & Geriatric
Psychiatry, Dementia, & Alzheimer's Disease