Maria Luisa Hincapi


After just four years of being away, I am back for Psychiatry training. It is true what they say Providence really grows on you. It has an amazing diversity of quaint things to do that you really cannot find anywhere else (e.g. gondola rides, fire on water, couches at the cinema, Newport Mansions, free summer concerts, 5000 glowing Jack O'lanterns at Roger Williams park and zoo, tons of beaches, and of course, an assortment of great restaurants with international cuisine year round). As for the residency program, it has friendly people, great attendings, quality education, and top notch research. Everyone is extremely approachable and will help you get any project you envision up and running. You get a lot of Psychiatry straight from the first year and have flexibility in choosing off service rotations to best suit your interests. There are plenty of seminars and didactic rounds to attend at Butler and Brown has year round lecture series given by experts from around the world. You really can get it all here. My professional interests include mood disorder research and a fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Feel free to contact me with any questions. Education: 2004, M.D., The University of Western Ontario , London , ON , Canada 2000, B.S., Brown University , Providence , RI