The overarching mission of the Addictions Psychiatry Fellowship is to provide psychiatric physicians with advanced training in the skills, clinical judgment, and knowledge necessary to the practice of Addiction Psychiatry to enable them to assume leadership positions in the field.
The primary goal of this highly competitive training program is to prepare graduate students and fellows to become leading researchers in Alzheimer’s disease and related neurodegenerative dementing disorders. A special emphasis of this research training program is to train fellows to conduct basic, translational, and clinical research that brings basic science to clinical practice. This training program is open to graduate students, basic science PhDs, MDs, MD/PhDs, and Clinical Psychologist PhDs.
The University of Washington offers a UCNS-accredited fellowship in Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry for qualified physicians who have completed residency training in neurology or psychiatry. Prospective fellows can choose either a 1-year clinical fellowship designed to prepare them for subspecialty practice or a 2-year clinical/research fellowship designed to prepare them for a career focused on both […]
The VA Puget Sound Healthcare System Center of Excellence in Substance Addiction Treatment and Education (CESATE) houses the Interprofessional Fellowship in Substance Addiction Treatment, a specialized clinical fellowship in the interprofessional team approach to substance use disorder treatment.
The Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Residency Program at the University of Washington is an ACGME-accredited, two-year program based at Seattle Children’s Hospital, one of the top-ranked pediatric hospitals in the country. The Fellowship serves the entire WWAMI (Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, Idaho) region.
The University of Washington Department of Psychiatry and Child Study & Treatment Center (CSTC) sponsor a year-long postdoctoral fellowship in child and family clinical psychology. The goal of the fellowship is to hone clinical expertise in the practice of child and family psychology in an inpatient setting (group, individual and family therapy). Child Study and […]
In this two-year, postdoctoral fellowship in clinical psychology hosted by the RABLab, fellows spend 100% time working on research projects related to Autism Spectrum Disorder.
This year-long, employment-friendly program is for community psychiatric providers seeking additional training to deliver integrated care in community-based settings.
The Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Fellowship provides excellent, multidisciplinary training in Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry by integrating broad clinical experiences with comprehensive didactic training, close clinical supervision, and weekly protected scholarly time.
This year-long fellowship offers expertise in the area of forensic evaluation and assessment with emphasis on preparing applicants for independent practice and board certification in forensic psychology.
The ACGME-accredited Geriatric Psychiatry Fellowship offers a 12-month training experience in the fundamentals of clinical geriatric psychiatry with renowned faculty in academic settings known for excellence.
The Integrated Care Fellowship is a unique opportunity to learn how to provide integrated care through delivery of consultation to non-mental health settings (such as primary care), provision of telepsychiatry, and leadership to improve systems of care.
Fellows in this program divide their time between conducting court-ordered evaluations of minors and delivering evidence-based interventions to inpatients and their families.
Trainees in this program work closely with investigators at the University of Washington Center for Drug Addiction Research who study various actions of drugs of abuse (opiates, cocaine, amphetamine, cannabis, MDMA).
The SMART Center is searching for one postdoctoral fellow interested in autism and implementation science research. The fellow will support two studies. The first is a multi-site study entitled “Autism Intervention Research Network on Behavioral Health (AIRB)” in collaboration with the University of California, Los Angeles (PI: Connie Kasari), University of California, Davis (PI: Aubyn […]
The goal of the Primary Care Psychiatry/Behavioral Health Integration Fellowship is to train physicians or clinical psychologists working at the interface of mental health and primary care who will become academic leaders in primary care / mental health integration research.
The University of Washington School of Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences is recruiting a psychology postdoctoral fellow in Psychosis Treatment and Recovery beginning as early as August 2021. This fellowship position is co-sponsored by the University of Washington’s SPIRIT Lab (Supporting Psychosis Innovation through Research, Implementation, and Training) and Center for Mental Health, […]
This fellowship provides training for individuals who wish to pursue a career in alcohol research, with an emphasis on the etiology and prevention of problem drinking and alcohol dependence.
This two-year Neuropsychology Residency offered by The VA Puget Sound Health Care System emphasizes the neuropsychological assessment and rehabilitation of adults who have acquired cognitive disorders.
This is an up to two-year long post-baccalaureate program for participants that are interested in conducting addiction neuroscience research and attending graduate school but did not have significant research opportunities during their undergraduate studies. Priority will be given to applicants from groups underrepresented in science.
This program capitalizes on the international prominences of VA’s Geriatric Research, Education, and Clinical Centers (GRECCs) to provide outstanding training opportunities in clinical practice, to contribute to the improvement of clinical practice, and to advance scholarly pursuits that will benefit care for elderly veterans and all older Americans.
This two to three-year fellowship is directed toward increasing skills and knowledge in health services research.
The primary goal of this highly competitive fellowship program is to prepare MDs and Clinical Psychologists for successful careers as research investigators. The mission focus of the Northwest MIRECC is “the invisible wounds of war:” posttraumatic stress disorder and blast-induced mild traumatic brain injury and their complex comorbidities including substance use disorders, chronic pain, and neurodegeneration and dementia. MDs must have completed an ACGME-accredited residency; previous MIRECC MD fellows have come from the following specialties: psychiatry, neurology, neuropathology, internal medicine, and sleep medicine.
The Women's Mental Health Fellowship provides psychiatrists with advanced training in Women’s Mental Health, with an emphasis on perinatal psychiatry.