Resident Psychiatric Research Scholars

The American Psychiatric Foundation and Janssen Pharmaceutica are co-sponsoring a program to identify promising PGY-1, PGY-2, and PGY-3 psychiatric residents with the potential to become leaders in clinical and health services research in all areas of psychiatric research.

Emphasis will be placed on special mentoring and career enrichment programs both at the APA Annual Meeting and throughout the year. Each participant will be asked to identify an individual research mentor that will oversee the resident's fellowship. The mentor will advise and encourage the Scholar during the one year fellowship. The scholar will receive $2,500 during the fellowship, to assist in their research career development (e.g., for use in developing a pilot research project, obtaining statistical consultation, or visiting potential research training programs). The program also provides funding for travel to the American Psychiatric Association (APA) Annual Meeting for the one year of the fellowship. The annual deadline for applications is January 15.

The American Psychiatric Foundation/Janssen Resident Psychiatric Research Scholars program is administered by the American Psychiatric Institute for Research and Education. An advisory committee of senior research psychiatrists will assist in the evaluation and selection of the Scholars.

To receive an application or to learn more about the program, call Rosa Bracey at: 1-703-907-8539, E-mail scholars@psych.org, or write to:

American Psychiatric Institute for Research and Education
1000 Wilson Blvd., Suite 1825
Arlington, VA 22209.

*This grant, fellowship or award is supported by a pharmaceutical company that is required to publicly report any money provided to the physician, whether as stipend, meals, travel or otherwise in support of this grant, fellowship or award on a public database through the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.  Reporting is legally required only if the physician has completed their four year residency in psychiatry.  However, some of the sponsoring companies may report any physician payments regardless of the stage of their career.