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Olivia Wright, MD, Program Director for Addiction Medicine Fellowship

Olivia Wright, MD

Program Director for Addiction Medicine Fellowship

Dr. Wright grew up in Eastern Kentucky and completed medical school at the University of Kentucky. She completed her Family Medicine Residency at Ventura County Medical Center. She has been practicing and teaching Family Medicine since 1995 and Addiction Medicine since 2015. She is the co-founder of the FMSW Addiction Medicine Fellowship, approved by ACGME in 2022. She has served as the Medical Director for Daybreak Youth Services which provides substance use care for adolescents ages 12 to 18 and continues to manage their primary care and medication treatment needs. Dr. Wright has served as the Associate Director for Education at the PeaceHealth Family Medicine SW Residency Program for 18 years and is part of the Faculty Development team for the WWAMI Network. She is currently creating an Addiction Medicine Curriculum Resource Guide for the WWAMI Family Medicine Residency Programs and leads curricular development for the Network.

Dr Wright enjoys reading fiction, travel, and long contemplative walks. She lives with her husband, also an Addiction Medicine Physician, and her daughter in Vancouver, WA.

Heidi Radlinski, MD, MPH, Associate Program Director for Addiction Medicine Fellowship

Heidi Radlinski, MD, MPH

Associate Program Director for Addiction Medicine Fellowship, Director of BLOOM Program

Dr. Radlinski was born and raised in Helena, Montana. She went on to attend medical school at Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland, Oregon. Inspired by her interest in underserved medicine, she attended residency at UCSF Family and Community Medicine at San Francisco General Hospital. After further growing her love for maternal child health at SFGH, she went on to complete an OB fellowship in Maternal Child Health. She worked at a community health center in Providence, Rhode Island while completing her fellowship and her masters in public health at Brown University. She is boarded in both Family Medicine and Addiction Medicine.

Dr. Radlinski is passionate about the care of marginalized populations and has a special interest in obstetrics, newborn care, and addiction medicine. She also founded and manages the BLOOM program – a program for pregnant and parenting women with substance use disorder and their children.

She enjoys spending time outdoors hiking, and cross-country skiing, as well as learning new hobbies like playing the piano. She lives with her wife and 2 children in Portland, Oregon.

Melinda Landchild, MD, Addiction Medicine Fellowship Faculty

Melinda Landchild, MD

Addiction Medicine Fellowship Faculty

Dr. Landchild completed medical school at the University of WA and her Family Medicine Residency at Providence Milwaukee in Portland, OR. She has been with the Family Medicine Residency Program for over 10 years.

“To me, Family Medicine was an obvious choice. Where else could I help patients from young to old, cis to LGBTQQ, from all walks of life, and take care of the entire family? Families may be born or created of all shapes and sizes, but everyone deserves a long-term family physician to care for them. I treasure the connections and trust that I have with patients. I like passing on our family values of compassion, responsibility, tolerance and humor. I am grateful for the blessings that my family receives.”

She enjoys running,  painting and hiking. She is also an avid boardgame and card game player. If you get her started talking about games, you may not get out of that conversation quickly. She shares her love of gaming with her husband and daughter and lives in Vancouver, WA. 

Nicole J. Yonke, MD, Addiction Medicine Fellowship Faculty

Nicole J. Yonke, MD

Addiction Medicine Fellowship Faculty

Dr. Yonke received her MD from Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) in 2007. She completed a residency in family medicine in 2010 and preventive medicine in 2011 at OHSU. She then completed a fellowship in maternal child health in 2013 at the University of New Mexico.

Dr. Yonke has focused her research on the effects of substance use in pregnancy and newborns, breastfeeding, and family planning. She also is interested in any research related to maternal child health.

She enjoys COVID free travel, hiking, paddleboarding, kayaking, baking and spending time with family and friends. 

Janae Brill, MD, Addiction Medicine Fellowship Faculty

Janae Brill, MD

Addiction Medicine Fellowship Faculty

Dr. Brill was raised in Minnesota but moved to the Pacific Northwest after completing her master’s in public health at Emory. She attended OHSU for medical school and trained at Lancaster General Health in Pennsylvania for residency. Dr Brill is passionate about preventive health care, substance use disorder and caring for underserved populations. She joined the faculty at FMSW in 2021. Current responsibilities include clinics at Lincoln Place (a supportive housing facility for previously houseless clients) and Daybreak (an inpatient facility for teens with substance use and mental health issues). Another area of interest is practice management including charting efficiency and optimization of the electronic medical record. 

In her free time, Dr. Brill enjoys baking, listening to audiobooks, going to the theater, and spending time with her family and friends.