Maria Oquendo, MD
Vice Chair for Education & Training and Director of Psychiatric Residency Program
Melissa Arbuckle, MD, PhD
Associate Director of Residency Training
Our mission in the Columbia University Psychiatry Residency Training Program is to train residents to become outstanding clinicians, researchers, and teachers, who will find fulfillment in their work and make meaningful contributions to the field. We know that these goals require psychological and emotional awareness, thorough knowledge of the neurosciences and well-practiced clinical skills. To this end we foster professional, as well as personal growth...
At 6:00am, my alarm jumps onto my bed and licks my face. I wake up, get out of bed, and clip a leash behind his head.
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From its inception more than a century ago, the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia University College of Physicians
Hi, my name is Judith Joseph, and I am a PGY-2 psychiatry resident at Columbia. I live in Times Square and my morning is fueled by
I entered Residency training in 1993, when the biologic understanding of psychiatric illness was arguably ..umm...lacking.
Hello. My name is Fred Kass, and I thank you for reviewing our Department's website. I am Executive Vice Chair of our Department.
Welcome to our web site. My name is Nasir Naqvi and I am here to tell you about how I spend my time as a PGY-3.
I consider myself first and foremost a neuroscientist. From my point of view, this isn’t at all at odds with being a psychiatrist
My name is David Lowenthal, and I am the Clinical Director of New York State Psychiatric Institute, one of the primary training sites