Advanced Fellowship Program in Psychosis and Major Mental Illness

Advanced Fellowship Program in Psychosis and Major Mental Illness

These programs are actively recruiting physicians and psychologists (or other licensed associated health fellows) for a 2 to 3- year fellowship program. The primary goal of these programs is to train physicians and psychologists to become leading clinical researchers in psychosis and major mental illnesses.

Over the course of the program, fellows are trained in academic, clinical, and health systems research, advanced clinical care service delivery, and program administration in an interdisciplinary setting. The fellowship combines individual mentored research and clinical training with state-of-the-art educational experiences.

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  • Eligible physicians must have completed ACGME-accredited training in psychiatry or related specialty, be board-eligible or board-certified, and have an active, unrestricted U.S. license to practice. International medical graduates must also have a current visa and an ECFMG certificate that is valid indefinitely. Applicants on a J-1 visa must also have current ECFMG sponsorship.
  • Eligible psychologists (or associated clinicians) must be U.S. citizens. They must have graduated from an American Psychological Association (APA) accredited doctoral program in clinical or counseling psychology. Completion of an APA accredited internship in clinical or counseling psychology also is required for psychologists.

How To Apply:

Applicants who meet eligibility requirements should contact Gregory Light; (858) 552-8585, extension 2261.

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  • Published

    Jul 13, 2023

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    La Jolla, California

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