Drs. Mary Phillips and Holly Swartz provide a neuroimaging research road map for future studies in the American Journal of Psychiatry.
David J. Kupfer Residency Research Fellowship honors a pioneer in psychiatry and provides support for residents embarking on research careers.
U.S. News & World Report ranks Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic of UPMC in the Top 10 for the quality of its psychiatric care and its residency training program.
First time R01 grants enable faculty to expand their research and take the next step in their careers as independent scientists.
NIMH award supplement to support efforts by Dr. Michael Travis and his colleagues to enhance neuroscience training for psychiatry residents.
Faculty In the Spotlight
Tina Goldstein, PhD is a talented scientist, clinician and educator committed to improving the lives of youth with bipolar disorder and their families through her work......Learn More
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The Department of Psychiatry announces new one-year Fellowship Program in Psychosomatic Medicine......Learn More
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