Subspecialty Training

General Psychiatry Residency

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Clinician-Educator Track

The new Clinician Educator (CE) Track offers residents advanced training in teaching and educational administration. Interested residents apply in their PGY-1 year.  Up to 2 residents per year will be accepted....

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Child and Adolescent

Inpatient In PGY2 year, residents rotate onto CATU (Comprehensive Assessment and Treatment Unit), which is a unique, 9-bed unit reserved only for DCFS wards with severe psychopathology and complex social issues. Supervision occurs under one of three attendings, each of whom brings different experti...

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Interventional Psychiatry

Residents have the opportunity to work with faculty in our new Interventional Psychiatry service. This includes working with ketamine infusion therapies to treat treatment-resistant unipolar or bipolar depression. Residents can also learn how to use transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) therapy wi...

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Psychiatry Residency Neuroscience Research Tracks

Within psychiatry there exists a need to train physicians capable of treating patients, understanding the manifestations of disease, and performing substantive clinical or basic science research. In order to facilitate the development of psychiatrists who excel as clinicians and scientists, the Depa...

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Psychotherapy Track

The University of Psychiatry Residency Program offers comprehensive, longitudinal training in various psychotherapy modalities. Our psychotherapy curriculum is among the most robust in the region....

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Resident Continuity Clinics

Residents spend two half days per week two resident continuity clinics at UIC. Residents see patients in one of the four "core" clinics for two years - either psychosis, women's mental health, neuropsychiatry, or mood/anxiety. They may also spend one year rotating in recovery/substance abuse clinic,...

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Women's Mental Health

Inpatient This experience involves rotating on “Red Team” for several weeks at a time as a PGY1 and PGY2 under the supervision of Dr. Wagner-Schuman, Dr. Stojanac, and Dr. Mulvihill. This service is unique in terms of its diverse psychopathology and high proportion of pregnant patients, as UIC is o...

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