In addition to our standard training curriculum, many psychiatry residents participate in the opportunities listed below.
This interdisciplinary group focuses on education and research, drawing on basic science, clinical, and cognitive behavioral neuroscience. Psychiatry residents may work in both basic science and applied research settings with outstanding mentors.
Informing and enhancing the development, evaluation, and implementation of novel technology-based interventions for substance-use and related disorders.
In addition to formal programs that may be pursued through TDI, psychiatry residents may take select courses, free of charge, on a variety of topics (e.g. Research Methodology, Microsystems).
This two-year training program is a popular adjunct to the psychiatry training at Dartmouth-Hitchcock. Participants earn a master's degree in public health, in a program that focuses on policy issues, outcome measures, and quality improvement related to psychiatry.
This center, located at the White River Junction, Vermont, brings together expertise in research and clinical care in PTSD.
A research partnership in which the National Institute on Drug Abuse, researchers, and community-based providers develop, evaluate, and disseminate new prevention and treatment options for substance use disorders in community-based medical settings in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont.
This year long fellowship program has also been utilized by psychiatry residents to gain experience in outcomes research and quality improvement for health care systems.
The SYNERGY Center allows for a variety of research resources to be organized in one center, providing for training and resources that residents may access to support career development in psychiatric research.