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Angeli Landeros-Weisenberger, MD

she/her/hers, ella/la/suya
Associate Research Scientist; Co-chair Pediatric Protocol Review Committee, Yale Center for Clinical Investigation (YCCI); Member of the FAC executive committee, Yale School of Medicine; Member Human Investigation Committee 4-B, Yale HRPP; Faculty At Large, Educational Policy and Curriculum Committee Members

Contact Information

Angeli Landeros-Weisenberger, MD

Mailing Address

  • Child Study Center

    350 George St.

    New Haven, CT 06511

    United States



Dr. Landeros-Weisenberger graduated medicine from La Salle University in Mexico City, Mexico; and did her training in Psychiatry at the Hospital Espanol and the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM) in the same city. After graduating, she came to Yale University through the American Psychiatric Association (APA) Minority Training grant (PMRTP) to do her research fellowship under the mentorship of Dr. James F. Leckman at the Yale Child Study Center; focusing on novel evidence-based psychotherapeutic interventions for mental disorders cross the lifespan. She has expertise in assessment of mood disorders, Tourette syndrome, obsessive compulsive disorder, trichotillomania and anxiety disorders, among others. She also has expertise conducting and implementing clinical trials in these same conditions both with industry and NIH. She enjoys teaching medical students in these disorders and training them in evidence-based techniques. She currently serves as a Co-chair of the Pediatric Protocol Review Committee (PPRC) and is a member of the executive committee for the dean's Faculty Advisory Council (FAC)and is a member of the Associate Research Scientist (ARS) and DEI subcommittees. She is a member of the Yale Human Investigation Committee 4-B and an elected voting member for the EPCC. She is a mother of three and is constantly searching for the ever-elusive work-life balance.

Education & Training

  • Postdoctoral Associate
    Yale University (2012)
  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow
    Yale University (2009)
  • Psychiatry
    UNAM (2006)
  • MD
    Facultad Mexicana de Medicina La Salle University (1999)


  • Board Certification
    Mexico Board, Psychiatry


  • Manejo del Trastorno Depresivo Mayor Resistente en Adolescentes
    Hospital Espanol de Mexico Sala 9 de Psiquiatria CDMX, Mexico 2022
    Curso para residentes de psiquiatria
  • Cuando vivir se convierte en una carga
    Centro Hospitalario Padre Menini Santander, CB Spain 2022
    Jornanda sobre Suicidio

Honors & Recognition

AwardAwarding OrganizationDate
Women Physician Inspiration Award Honoree 2020American Medical Association2020
ACNP Young Investigator Travel Award,American College of Neuropsychopharmacology2006, 2007, 2008

Professional Service

Yale Child A&P ARS CommitteeWe review applications for faculty looking to move up the research track2022 - Present
Expert Opinion On PharmacotherapyReviewer2022 - Present
FAC for the Dean Yale School of MedicineElected member of the Dean's Faculty Advisory Committee representing Associate Research Scientists2020 - 2023
Faculty Advisory Committee to the Dean, Yale School of MedicineAd-hoc Member2019 - 2023
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health Reviewer2019 - Present
NutrientsReviewer2019 - Present
Journal of Clinical Medicine Reviewer2019 - Present
ChildrenReviewer2019 - Present
Journal of Clinical MedicineReviewer2019 - Present
YCSC Faculty Compensation Guidelines CommitteeYCSC Faculty Compensation Committee2018 - Present
Brain SciencesReviewer2018 - Present
Yale Child Study Center ARS MentorshipYale Child Study Center ARS Appointments & Promotions Committee2017 - Present
Journal of Pediatric BiochemistryReviewer2015 - Present
Bodel Childcare Canter PTOHead of the Parent Teacher Organization for Bodel2014 - 2018
Psychiatry ResearchReviewer2012 - Present
Grupo de Residentes del Hospital EspanolVice-president to the Medical Residency Committee at the Hospital Espanol de Mexico: organizing committee for resident's academic summit within the Hospital. 2005 - 2006
SSASocial Service requirement for medical training. Did one year as a General medical doctor in the town of Otatitlan, Veracruz in Mexico, stationed in a rural clinic where I would provide medical attention ( management of emergencies, regular check-ups, follow up visits for chronic diseases, community and school engagement and education; as well implementation of governmental epidemiological programs and surveys.2000 - 2001

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