Our C-L fellowship provides a well-rounded, balanced program helping the trainee to develop as a skilled clinician, educator, leader and researcher. We provide half-day per week protected academic time, and facilitate spending even more time on scholarly pursuits. There is opportunity to do one’s own mentored research, or work in ongoing research projects, and to present and publish. Work with cutting edge research in neuroscience, neurodynamics, genomics, population health, or psychopharmacology, or do clinical, bioethics or psychotherapy research or scholarly pursuit. Opportunities are available to take research or public health courses, or to simultaneously pursue an MPH degree. The fellow will spend 6 months in a tertiary care university hospital, and 6 months in a state of the art city hospital across the street. Outpatient experiences include transplant service, HIV, women’s health, and collaborative and integrated care. Half of the time is spent on inpatient C-L, where the fellow will develop advanced C-L clinical, teaching, interdisciplinary work and leadership skills, working with medical students and a resident, and in some months a sub-intern, a geriatric psychiatry fellow, or a neurology resident. The C-L fellow will learn advanced level of C-L psychiatry assessment, psychopharmacologic and psychotherapeutic treatment of the medically ill, clinical hypnosis, addressing family, systems and legal issues, and about diversity, inclusion and health equity. The program director is ABMS Board-certified in internal medicine, psychiatry, C-L psychiatry, geriatric psychiatry, addiction psychiatry, and forensic psychiatry.