Dr. Dannaram received his MBBS from Osmania Medical College in India in 2002. He spent over 4 years in the United Kingdom and is a member of The Royal College of Psychiatrists. Dr. Dannaram has special interests in teaching and research. He enjoys cooking and practicing basic percussion tempo on the metronome.
Dr. Dobbertin was born and raised in Des Moines, Iowa. He obtained his undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Iowa, where he worked following graduation as a psychology research lab manager. He obtained his medical degree from Touro University-Nevada. He is currently a Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellow interested in psychotherapy and child development, but would like to incorporate both children and adults into his future practice. He is happily married to his wife and high school sweetheart. Recently a new dad, again, Dr. Dobbertin states his family is most important and in his free time there is nowhere he would rather be than at home with his wife and their three small children. He enjoys cooking, reading, and playing guitar.
Dr. Kolli received his medical degree from the NTR University of Health Sciences, India. Prior to joining residency, he trained in the United Kingdom and is a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. His interests include psychopharmacology, service delivery and medical education. He wishes to pursue a career blending research and teaching. He hopes to carry forward the same standards and enthusiasm of the exceptional teachers he had throughout his career.
Narpinder K. Malhi
Dr. Kaur was born and raised in a small part of Northern India. She completed her medical training at Government Medical College, Patiala. Prior to starting her residency at the Creighton-Nebraska Program, she worked as an extern in the department of Psychiatry at the Veteran Affairs Medical Center in Washington DC. Dr. Kaur considers herself a very social person who loves to explore new places. She considers family to be of utmost importance. Dr. Kaur spends her free time with friends, checking out new locales, listening to music, and watching movies.
Dr. Walia is originally from the royal city of Patiala in Punjab, India and completed her medical school from Government Medical College, Amritsar before moving to the United States. She completed an externship at the VA medical center & Providence Hospital in Washington DC before starting her residency training. She is interested in medical student education and has been actively involved in the M1, M2 and M3 curriculum. She is passionate about working with children and adolescents and is happy to be in the Child & Adolescent Psychiatry fellowship. In her free time she enjoys cooking, dancing, shopping (retail therapy), and travelling with her husband.
Dr. Wigington graduated UNMC College of Medicine in 2011. He is a member of the Psychiatry Interest Group at UNMC and The Helping Hands Grant Project, a mental health service project funded by the American Psychiatric Foundation. He is interested in research and teaching. He is a collegiate golfer and enjoys playing on his free time