Brief Descriptions of Psychiatry Residency Training Programs, Sorted by NIH 2002 Funding Rank for Each Department

Institutiona

Research Track

Mentoring Program

No. of FTE Faculty M.D.sb

Elective Timec

No. of Residentsd

Resident Compensation ($1000s)e

Other Notes

Research Rotation

FY2002 NIH Funding ($ millions, rank)

PGY1

PGY5

Psychiatry

Internal Medicine

WPIC (both)1

Y

Y

Adult: 111

Child: 25

PGY4: <12 mos

PGY5: <12 mos

Adult: 61

Child: 13

37

42

22 residents are in the targeted research track; 7 T32 fellowships; the Junior Faculty Scholars Program has 8 slots to fund junior faculty 25% of time for 2 years to collect data for grant submissions – the program has yielded 11 career award submissions

Optional

77.5(1)

43.6(21)

Yale (both)2

Y

Y

Adult: 180

Child: 29

PGY2:3 mos

PGY4:12 mos

PGY5:8 hrs/mo

Adult: 60

Child: 13

41.7

49.8

2 residents/year selected for Clinical Neuroscience Training Program that offers advanced research training; 184 patient-oriented research grants

Optional

39.1 (3)

52.7 (15)

Johns Hopkins (child)3

N

N

35

PGY6: ½ day/wk

12

43

46

Optional

33.3 (5)

137.0 (1)



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