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Integrated Adult-Child Research Track



This new program combines the strengths of our general residency training program, our child-adolescent fellowship and the superior research opportunities into a cohesive educational experience. The goal of the “Integrated” program is to strongly support the development of highly qualified applicants to become child and adolescent psychiatry academics. The trainee is based mostly in General Psychiatry for the first 4 years and in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry/IJR for the last 2 years.

The Integrated Program is a 6-year residency which includes all requirements for General and Child and Adolescent residencies as well as offering considerable clinical research and/or education time. Given that the ACGME requirements for both residencies allows for up to 12 months of specific training to be double counted when the trainee is designated as a child resident throughout their training, that certain general psychiatry requirements can be met during the child and adolescent residency (forensic, community and addiction requirements), and that the program is 6 years, we are able to offer trainees between 18 and 22 months of research time.  This research time begins in the second year forward with the greatest percentage in the 5th and 6th years.

Ongoing projects in the department can be found by accessing individual Principal Investigators webpages, and include studies in autism, ADHD, anxiety disorders, disruptive behaviors, trauma, community mental health, school systems, genetics, psychopharmacology, psychotherapy, epidemiology, and neuroimaging.  Upon completion of the integrated residency many residents will go on to research fellowships or faculty positions.  Participants meet regularly with mentor faculty or Suma Jacob, MD, PhD, a graduate of the UIC child psychiatry research track.  Research supervision will focus on generating pilot data, research methodological issues, manuscript preparation, balancing clinical and research responsibilities, and applying for NIH loan repayment.

For more information please contact Dr. Kathy Kelley, Director, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship Program.

Contact Information:

Kathleen M. Kelley, M.D.
Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry
Director, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Residency Training Program
University of Illinois at Chicago/Institute for Juvenile Research
Department of Psychiatry M/C 747
1747 West Roosevelt Road
Chicago, IL 60608
Phone: 1-(312)-996-6219 Fax: 1-(312)-996-9534
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Sample Schedule [Actual schedule will be determined on a case-by case basis]

 

PGY1
Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun
Pediatrics Med ER  Adult Neuro Child Neuro  Adult Inpatient Psychiatry ER Psychiatry

 

PGY2
Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun
Adult C/L  Inpatient Child Adult Inpatient Psychiatry Child Inpatient Psychiatry 80% Child C/L 80%
Research 20% 
Begin research work in second half of the year. 

 

PGY3
  Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun
AM  Geriatrics  Addictions Community Psychiatry Adult Intake Adult Specialty Clinic  Adult Specialty Clinic
PM  Outpatient Psychotherapy and Continuity Clinic 30% 
Research 20% 

 

PGY4
  Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun
AM  Adult Specialty Clinic Adult Specialty Clinic  Eating Disorders Clinic 20%
Research 10% Research 30% 
PM  Outpatient Psychotherapy and Continuity Clinic 50%

 

PGY5
  Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun
AM  Child Specialty Clinics 20% Child Specialty Clinics 30%
General Child Clinic 30% General Child Clinic 20%
PM  Research 50% 

 

PGY6
Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun
School Consultation 15% Substance Abuse 15% Forensics 15%  Selective 15% 
Outpatient Psychotherapy and Continuity Clinic 20% 
Research 75% 
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