Grand Rounds at the Yale Child Study Center

Grand Rounds is a weekly forum for the Yale Child Study Center faculty, staff and affiliates to come together and learn about all aspects relevant to the mental health of children, adolescents and their families and communities. Grand Rounds participation if open, multidisciplinary, and welcoming to all; topics range from the molecular to the societal and all points in between; presenters include a wide swath of professional backgrounds and expertise. The Yale Child Study Center has the oldest Grand Rounds series exclusively dedicated to topics in child psychiatry and allied disciplines.

Thematic Series

Schwartz Rounds™

A regular forum for caregivers from diverse disciplines to discuss emotional and social challenges inherent in patient care.


Connects cutting-edge scientific content to clinical application relevant to everyday patient care.

Social Justice

Promotes a society that challenges injustice and values diversity.

Watch Past Grand Rounds

Grand Rounds

Tuesdays, 1 - 2pm, Donald J. Cohen Auditorium

NIHB E Floor, 230 South Frontage Road

For more information, please contact Rosemary Serra at or by telephone at (203) 785-5759.