Dr. Sarah Andrews is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She completed both her medical school education and Psychiatry residency training at Johns Hopkins. She served as a Chief Resident during residency. After residency, she joined the Department of Psychiatry to pursue her interests in both transplant and substance abuse research. She serves as a consultation psychiatrist within the Comprehensive Transplant Center, completing evaluations and providing on-going psychiatric care for transplant patients. She also serves as the Service Line Director for both the Intensive Treatment Unit, an acute inpatient detoxification unit, and the Motivated Behaviors Unit, a dual diagnosis unit, at Johns Hopkins. Her interests include integrating mental health treatment into the care of transplant patients, managing substance abuse in transplant patients, and improving long-term outcomes following acute detoxification.