The Psychiatry Residency hosted a successful Resident Research Day on May 26! This event was organized by John Neumeier, MD, PhD, who leads our Psychiatry Resident Research Program and spent celebrating the wonderful research, scholarship and QI projects that our residents have worked on throughout the year. Residents gave brief research and lightning talks on work representing a range of topics from basic science to teaching methodologies. Daniel Fisher, MD, PhD, and Elliot Collins, MD, PhD, received awards for their presentations. The audience was inspired by an impressive story of translational scientific discovery by the keynote speaker Charles Zorumski, MD, head of the Department of Psychiatry at Washington University. We hope to continue to have broad resident and faculty participation in the future at this annual event.