OCD researchers, led by OCD Research Clinic Directors Christopher Pittenger and Michael Bloch, study the neuroanatomical characteristics of anxiety disorders using magnetic resonance imaging.
Psychiatry has entered an era of revolutionary growth. Advances in genetics and neurobiology are unveiling the basis of mental illness. As a clinical neuroscience, psychiatry is poised on the threshold of major breakthroughs in the treatment of addictive, anxiety, mood, psychotic and cognitive disorders.
The Yale Department of Psychiatry developed the Neuroscience Research Training Program (NRTP) specifically to train successful physician-scientists and prepare the field’s next generation of leaders.