Fellowship Programs

General psychiatry residents in DPHB easily move into fellowship training. The department's tradition of educational excellence has created an international reputation for the department, and students from all over the world compete for internships, fellowships, and residency positions.

The Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship provide a well-rounded training experience from an academic and clinical perspective. Fellows have a broad array of clinical experiences in criminal and civil matters involving juveniles and adults.
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The program offers a unique integration of an unparalleled clinical training setting, a deep commitment to the integrated treatment of the psychological, behavioral, and somatic manifestations of mental illness, an enormously productive research program, and a culture of warmth and collegiality.
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Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship Training Program is an intensive clinical experience designed to equip future practitioners with all the skills needed for the practice of geriatric psychiatry and to train the future leaders in geriatric psychiatry. The program is an ACGME-approved, 12-month fellowship. 
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The Women’s Mental Health fellowship at Women & Infants Hospital, a Brown teaching affiliate and a leading specialty hospital for women and newborns, is designed to offer focused clinical training in women’s mental health with a particular emphasis on perinatal psychiatry. 
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The ACGME-accredited fellowship provides a robust educational experience across a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings. Our program faculty have expertise in diverse areas including psycho-oncology, transplant psychiatry, HIV, neurocognitive disorders, women’s mental health, psychogenic non-epileptic seizures, neuromodulation, sleep, addiction, and integrated care. 
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