Aaron Gilmore, DO MS
Dr. Aaron Gilmore is the Chief Fellow for the first year of our Child and Adolescent Fellowship. After completing his Psychiatry Residency here at Loma Linda University, he welcomed the prospect of taking an active role in developing and shaping the newly formed fellowship. During his residency, Dr. Gilmore served as the Chief Wellness Resident for Psychiatry and received the “Outstanding PGY-2 of the Year” award. Dr. Gilmore is currently working on several projects, including research on the effects of mindfulness on the attentional networks associated with ADHD, and overseeing expansion of “The Ninja’s Guide to PRITE” to include Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Dr. Gilmore enjoys spending time with his family and friends, driving his Subaru, and coaching strength training.