The Yale Department of Psychiatry has a strong history of research training – a commitment that remains in our efforts to seek the very best and brightest of our field’s next generation of leaders. From the highly individualized mentorship by senior Departmental faculty to the well established research programs that harness the latest technologies, to the highly elaborated and technically sophisticated research facilities available to trainees, the Department offers the key components necessary for achieving an independent and successful research career. The following are several of our nationally known and federally-funded research training programs.
- Advanced Fellowships in PTSD Research and Treatment
- Biological Sciences Training Program (BSTP) in Psychiatry
- Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women’s Health Scholar Program
- Neuroscience Research Training Program (NRTP)
- Integrated Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Training (IMPORT)
- NIDA T32 Research Fellowship
- NIAAA Research Fellowship
- NIDA Physician Scientist Award
- VA Special Fellowships
- Advanced Fellowship in Mental Health Illness Research
- Research Training in Functional Disabilities Interventions
- Research Training for Medical Doctors studying Serious Mental Illness
- Special Fellowship in Advanced Psychiatry and Psychology (MIRECC)
Neuroscience Research Training Program (NRTP)
The NRTP allows trainees to pursue clinical and research interests in parallel throughout the residency. By training with the most modern clinical, basic and translational research methods, graduates are poised to be the next generation of leaders in psychiatry and clinical neuroscience. Learn more about the Neuroscience Research Training Program.
Learn about research opportunities in our department and/or submit your credentials.