Research & Publications
Stefanie Gillson, MD is an Adult Psychiatrist and a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist at the Yale Child Study Center. She graduated from General and Public Psychiatry residency at Yale University in 2021 where she was a Chief Resident of Diversity and Inclusion. She Institute Scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Indigenous Health where she focuses on developing community-based initiatives to address mental health disparities among Indigenous populations through a historical and contemporary lens. She is a member of the Association of American Indian Physicians where she actively recruits Indigenous youth into the medical field.
Aside from her work with Native communities, she is a co-founder of the Women’s Mental Health Conference at Yale and the Yale Women’s Housestaff Association. Dr. Gillson graduated from the University of Minnesota Medical School- Duluth campus where her education was focused on rural and Native American health.
Education & Training
- MDUniversity of Minnesota (2017)
- BSUniversity of Minnesota (2013)
- Board CertificationAB of Psychiatry & Neurology, Psychiatry (2021)
Honors & Recognition
|Pilot Research Award for Early Career Faculty and Child and Adolescent Fellows||American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry||2022|
|Public Psychiatry Fellow||Yale Department of Psychiatry||2020|
|SAMHSA Minority Fellow||American Psychiatric Association||2019|
|Institute Scholar||Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health||2019|
|Council on Minority Mental Health and Health Disparities, American Psychiatric Association||Member||2019 - Present|
|The Women's Mental Health Conference at Yale||Founding Member||2019 - Present|
|Yale Women's Housestaff Organization||Co-President||2019 - Present|