Training Opportunities in the Department of Psychiatry
The Department of Psychiatry offers opportunities for clinicians, scientists and students of all levels to train at the School of Medicine.
In addition to residency and fellowship clinical training, the department has six different research training fellowship grants that provide support for 25 pre- and postdoctoral fellowships positions.
Fellowships are available in biomedical research training in drug abuse, and in alcoholism; drug abuse comorbidity and prevention; NIMH training in clinical sciences; statistical/computational methods for addiction genetics; and weight management and eating disorders.
Individuals interested in learning more about specific training opportunities may learn more about:
- Medical Student Education
- Residency Training
- Child Psychiatry Fellowship
- NIH T32 Training Program/ Predoctoral Research Fellowship
- Postgraduate Research Fellowships