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Fellowship In Affective, Anxiety, Eating And Related Disorders

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]

Core Faculty:

Drs. Anissa Abi-Dargham, Victoria Arango, Evelyn Attia, Patricia Cohen, Thomas Cooper, Davangere Devanand, Michael Devlin, Andrew Dwork, Jean Endicott, Brian Fallon, Abby Fyer, Jay Gingrich, Alexander Glassman, Michael Goldberg, Joshua Gordon, Jill Harkavy-Friedman, Rene Hen, Joy Hirsch, Roberto Lewis-Fernandez, Sara H. Lisanby, John Mann, Randall Marshall, Patrick McGrath, Edward Nunes/a>, Mark Olfson, Maria Oquendo, Ramin Parsey, Lorna Role, Steven Roose, Daniel Salzman, Franklin Schneier, H. Blair Simpson, Mark Underwood, Timothy Walsh, and Myrna Weissman. [See Mentor Descriptions]


M.D. with completed psychiatric or neurological residency, or Ph.D.


There are eight positions in the fellowship. Two to three new fellows enter each year. [See Application]


Steven P. Roose, M.D.
New York State Psychiatric Institute, Unit 98
1051 Riverside Drive
New York, NY, 10032
(212) 543-5749


November 30 (For receipt of fully completed applications)


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