Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship

Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship

MSC09 5030
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131

Phone: 505-272-5002

II Academic/Research Track

All fellows receive didactic training in research methodology, participate in journal club, teach (medical students and other trainees), and have the opportunity to do a research elective for ½ day per week for 4 months in their second year.

The academic/research track offers interested fellows the opportunity to devote additional time to research and/or teaching beginning in their first year

Year 1

Teaching

Fellows can

  • take Teacher Education Development Workshop(s) or Residents as Teachers 2-day workshop (held biannually)
  • lecture to medical students, general psychiatry residents, and residents from other departments (e.g., pediatrics, internal medicine, family medicine)
  • mentor with a senior faculty member

Research

Fellows can

  • participate in ongoing research by faculty in the Child Division of Department of Psychiatry. (e.g., research on autism, schizophrenia, neuroimaging)
  • conduct research for equivalent of 1 day per month.
  • work with a mentor to develop own research project in an area of interest

Year 2

Teaching

Fellows can

  • work with a faculty member, co-teach medical students in neurosciences small group tutorial for 4-8 weeks
  • lecture to medical students, general psychiatry residents, and residents from other departments (e.g., pediatrics, internal medicine, family medicine)
  • mentor with a senior faculty member
  • work as Chief Fellow

Research

Fellows can

  • continue work begun in Year 1 or develop new project
  • conduct research ½ day per week
  • in addition, devote elective block of ½ day per week for 4 months to research
  • develop a poster for presentation at national meeting, and/or present a Grand Rounds