Development of critical reading of scientific works in our field is an important goal of the training program. Participation in a research or quality improvement project is required during the two years of the fellowship. Each fellow works with a faculty advisor to select a project that is of an appropriate scope to complete during the training time.
Research interests of our faculty include attachment, resiliency, substance use disorders, and women’s mental health.
New fellows are encouraged to share and develop their own ideas for individual or shared research enterprises, in either basic or applied clinical domains of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.