Advanced clinical and academic training in C-L psychiatry. Fellows receive intensive supervision while seeing a broad range of patients, including completing liaison rotations on the oncology, HIV-AIDS, ob-gyn, and solid organ transplant services. The outpatient clinical experience includes exposure to the collaborative care model.
Supervised research, teaching, graduated administrative responsibility, resident supervision, journal club, and lectures are also part of the program. The didactic curriculum includes classes in biostatistics and research design, psychotherapy, psychopharmacology and applied neuroscience, administrative psychiatry, and a comprehensive text review. There are opportunities for collaboration with research faculty at the New York State Psychiatric Institute.