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Graduation from an accredited Psychiatry residency program
Eligibility for Board Certification in Psychiatry
Eligibility for employment and MD licensure in the state of CT
Bilingual Spanish/English, preferably bicultural

Fellows who meet eligibility criteria are appointed to the faculty of the Department of Psychiatry in the Yale School of Medicine at the rank of Instructor. A yearly salary is paid at the level commensurate with this rank as determined by the Department. Fellows who need to maintain status as a trainee may participate as a PGY5 advanced resident. Medical benefits, malpractice coverage, and reimbursement for licensure are included in the compensation package. The program will also pay travel expenses for a professional conference. The Yale School of Medicine issues a Certificate of Completion of advanced training to individuals who successfully complete the one-year program.

Application Process

To apply, please send:

An updated CV
A letter of interest describing your background, career goals, and how the fellowship will facilitate the achievement of your goals
Three professional references sent directly to Dr Díaz
Deadline: December 15

Contact Information:

Esperanza Díaz, MD
Professor of Psychiatry
Medical Director Hispanic Clinic and CT LBHS
Associate Residency Program Director
Director, Yale Hispanic Psychiatry Fellowship
34 Park St, W127
New Haven CT. 06519