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How to Apply

To ensure sufficient time for our program to conduct a fair and equitable review of all applications received, applicants should not expect to receive interview invitations before mid-October. Consistent with Yale GME and AADPRT recommendations, the Yale Psychiatry Residency Program will be hosting an all-virtual recruitment process for the 2021-2022 recruitment cycle.

We have three interview weeks where invited applicants will participate in essentially a full day interview beginning at 11AM EST. During their interview day, applicants will have the opportunity to learn about our program and to meet with our program leadership, residents and a diverse group of faculty with a broad range of professional interests.

For the 2021-2022 interview season, interviews will be conducted during the following weeks:

  • Monday November 29, 2021 through Friday December 3, 2021
  • Monday December 13, 2021 through Friday December 17, 2021
  • Monday January 10, 2022 through Friday January 14, 2022

For those wishing to learn more about our Neuroscience Research Training Program or our Solnit Integrated Child/Adolescent/Adult Program, please explore the following sites:

Neuroscience Research Training Program

Solnit Integrated Training Program

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Our residents have chosen Yale for many reasons - among them our outstanding clinical and academic programs, our collegial atmosphere, and the ability to have real input into your own education plan. We invite you to browse our website and become familiar with our resident and faculty psychiatrists, our residency program, and our department.

If you are interested in building your career at Yale, please list us on your ERAS application form or contact the Education Office:

Mr. David Nestico
Project Coordinator, Residency Program
Department of Psychiatry
300 George Street, Suite 901
New Haven, CT 06511
Phone: 203-785-2095
E-mail: david.nestico@yale.edu