Fellowship In Psychobiological Sciences
A central aspect of the Residency Training Program is the core curriculum.
The education of new psychoanalysts and psychotherapists is the central mission of ther Center. There is no goal to which more time, attention, creativity, and hard work is devoted than the continuous development and improvement of these educational programs.
This fellowship focuses on research strategies, basic and clinical, related to schizophrenia. Supervised research, training in statistics and research methodology, and didactic seminars on schizophrenia comprise the two to four year program, which is supported by a National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) grant. [See Schizophrenia Research Training Program Plan]
The Columbia Department of Psychiatry and the New York State Psychiatric Institute offer a wide range of Continuing Medical Education programs, through the Columbia Center for Continuing Education in the Health Sciences.
Fellows receive a broad exposure to forensic psychiatry through clinical rotations, a rich didactic experience, and supervision by senior faculty.
This is a two to four year fellowship in clinical and basic research on affective, anxiety, eating, personality, memory and dual diagnosis disorders, including psychobiological, nosological and psychopharmacological studies. It is supported by a NIMH grant, and offers didactic methodological and statistical training as well as a supervised research experience. [ See Affective and Related Disorders Research Training Program Plan]