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NIMH Research Education Programs Supporting Psychiatry Residents

The NIMH encourages applications to the following Research Education Grant (R25) funding opportunity from Institutions/Organizations that propose innovative research educational activities during psychiatry residency for research-oriented residents. These programs will facilitate the development of research-oriented physician-scientists who are prepared to conduct research in scientific areas that fulfill the objectives of the NIMH Strategic Plan.

Link to Program Announcement:

NIMH Research Education Programs Supporting Psychiatry Residents (R25)

Currently Funded Programs:

For Medical Residents:

Institution Program Name Program Directors / Contacts
Brown University Promoting Research Training During Psychiatry Residency Jane Eisen, MD
Audrey Tyrka, MD, PhD
Columbia University Priming the Pump: Training Physician-Scientists for Translational Neuroscience Melissa Arbuckle MD/PhD
David Leonardo MD/PhD
Emory University Emory Psychiatry Clinical Scientist Training Program (CSTP) Andrew H. Miller, MD;
Katrina Johnson, PhD
Harvard University Fostering Research Mentorship and Training During Psychiatry Residency Maurizio Fava, MD
Justin T. Baker, MD, PhD
Mount Sinai, School of Medicine Combined Psychiatry Residency and PhD Training at Mount Sinai Wayne Goodman, MD
Antonia New, MD
University of California, San Diego Psychiatry Research Residency Training Track Neal Swerdlow, MD, PhD
University of California, San Francisco Training the Next Generation of Mental Health Researchers Carol A. Matthews, MD
University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center Translational Research Activities in Neuropsychiatry (TRAIN) Madhukar H. Trivedi, MD
University of Washington UW Psychiatry Resident Research Education Program John Neumaier, MD/PhD
Yale University Integrated Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Training (IMPORT) in Psychiatry Robert T. Malison, MD
Robert Rohrbaugh, MD
Yale University Research Training for Medical Students & Physician-Scientists in Child Psychiatry Andres S Martin, MD, MPH