The Department of Psychiatry has a long-standing tradition of providing a stimulating learning environment that allows for effective educational experiences for all of its trainees - medical students, residents, psychology interns, and clinical and research fellows. Appropriately preparing the next generation of clinicians and researchers is at the heart of the Department’s mission.
The Department offers an array of pre- and post-doctoral training activities, a research track residency program, and other formal and informal mentoring activities to support the learning and career development of successful young researchers.
- Alcohol Research Training (Director: Marie Cornelius, PhD)
- Cardiovascular Behavioral Medicine Research Training (Director: Karen Matthews, PhD)
- Training for Transformative Discovery in Psychiatry (Director: Robert Sweet, MD)
- Clinical Research Training in Child Psychiatry (Director: David Brent, MD)
- Clinical Research Training in Geriatric Psychiatry (Director: Charles Reynolds, MD)
- Clinical Research Training for Psychologists (Director: Paul Pilkonis, PhD)
- Neurobiology of Substance Use and Abuse (Director: Charles Bradberry, PhD)
- Psychiatric Epidemiology Training Program (Director: Gale Richardson, PhD)
- Translational Research Training in Sleep Medicine (Director: Daniel Buysse, MD)