A one-year ACGME-accredited fellowship (with the possibility of a second year in research). Rotations include consultation, day treatment, adolescent, inpatient, dual diagnosis, EAP, primary care at the Baltimore VA, Tuerk House, and University Hospital. Program Director: Devang Gandhi, M.D.
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: A two-year ACGME-accredited fellowship, jointly sponsored with Sheppard Pratt Hospital and the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Entry into the fellowship program is possible after completion of the PG-3 year. The fellowship teaches the diagnostic, consultative, and therapeutic skills essential to practicing child and adolescent psychiatry. There is an emphasis on child and adolescent development, early intervention and prevention, and community child psychiatry.
Program Director: David Pruitt, M.D.
A one-year fellowship. Trains psychiatric leaders in community settings. Fellows are placed as a clinician/administrator, under supervision, on a mobile treatment team, which is part of a highly organized system of care in Baltimore City. There is also a research component and contact with multiple levels of the system.
Program Director: Ann Hackman, M.D.
This is a one-year ACGME accredited fellowship. This fellowship will prepare the psychiatrist to provide expert consultation on patients with medical illnesses in a wide variety of settings. Outpatient consultation experiences are available in a primary care medical clinic, an HIV clinic, a vocational rehabilitation center, and with a variety of specialty medical and surgical patients. Inpatient consultation sites include the R. Adams Cowley Shock-Trauma Center, The Greenebaum Cancer Center, the Baltimore VA Hospital and University Hospital with its multitude of specialty services including nephrology, organ transplantation, HIV, neurology/neurosurgery, cardiology and OB/GYN. The fellow will have the opportunity to participate in the ambulatory psychiatry training program for internal medicine residents, as well as teach medical students and psychiatry residents. The educational program consists of seminars, case conferences, and individual supervision provided for all clinical activities. Completion of an approved psychiatric residency program is required.
Program Director: Mark J. Ehrenreich, M.D.
A one-year ACGME-accredited fellowship. Rotations include court consultation, Clifton T. Perkins Hospital, University of Maryland School of Law, various correctional facilities, and private practice settings.
Program Director: Annette Hanson, M.D.
A two-year Schizophrenia Clinical Research Training Program sponsored by the National Institute of Mental Health. Mentored research and workshops and seminars in the outpatient research program, the inpatient residential program, the motor disorder clinic, the treatment research unit, or the neuroscience program.
Program Director: Brian Kirkpatrick, M.D.
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