Brochure For Prospective Residents
Overview of Program
Rotation Schedule and Objectives
Faculty Research By Group
Stipends and Benefits
Map For Applicants
From Garage to Renard (PDF)
National Achievements of Residents
The Eli Robins Award
The Gene Rubin Award
Resident of the Year
Other Items of Interest
Faculty Research Interests
Dr. Marcie Shea has been chosen to participate in the 2012 Scholars Program sponsored by the Geriatric Mental Health Foundation. The program provides mentorship to those interested in geriatric psychiatry and a stipend to attend the 2012 meeting of the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry.
Dr. Chad Sylvester has been selected to receive a 2011 NIMH Outstanding Resident Award and will participate in a 2-day formal award program at NIMH in October. The NIMH Outstanding Resident Award honors psychiatric residents entering their PG3 year who have outstanding academic potential. On average, 12 residents receive this national award each year. Dr. Sylvester is the 5th resident from our program to win the NIMH Outstanding Resident Award since 2000.
Dr. Chad Sylvester is a recipient of a travel award to attend the 2009 American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry annual meeting.
Drs. Natasha Marrus and Ujjwal Ramtekkar are recipients of travel awards to the 2009 American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry annual meeting where each will present a poster on their research.
Dr. William Newman was awarded a Resnick Scholarship to attend the 2009 annual spring conference of the Midwest Chapter of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law in Chicago, IL.
Mollie Gordon, M.D. has received an Educational Outreach Program (EOP) Award from the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. This award provides residents interested in child and adolescent psychiatry with the opportunity to attend the 2007 AACAP annual meeting and participate in various EOP activities, including a mentorship program, networking sessions, and focus groups.
Cynthia Rogers, M.D., has been awarded a 2007-2009 APA/GlaxoSmithKline Fellowship. This prestigious two-year fellowship is designed to prepare psychiatric residents with exceptional leadership potential to become future leaders in psychiatry through participation in various national APA activities.
Dr. Ottavio Vitolo has been awarded a 2006 NIMH Outstanding Resident Award and will participate in a 2-day award program at NIMH in October 2006. The NIMH Outstanding Resident Award honors psychiatric residents who have outstanding academic potential and who enter their PGY-3 by December of the award year. An average of 12 residents receive this national award each year. Dr. Vitolo is the 4th resident from our program to win the NIMH Outstanding Resident Award since 2000.
Dr. Mollie Gordon has been selected to participate in the APA’s Research Colloquium for Junior Investigators in May 2006. The purpose of the colloquium is to provide guidance, mentorship, and encouragement to young investigators in the early phases of training. Dr. Gordon will have the opportunity to obtain feedback about her research interests from mentors who are tops in their field in a small group setting. The colloquium will take place in conjunction with the APA annual meeting in Toronto.
Dr. Michelle Nichols has been selected by the American Psychosomatic Society to receive an APS Travel Scholarship to attend the Society’s 2006 annual meeting in Denver, Colorado.
Dr. Mollie Gordon is the recipient of one of only five 2006 Young Investigator Awards from the American Neuropsychiatric Association. These awards are given for the best abstracts submitted to the ANPA annual meeting by investigators who are currently in training or were in training at the time the work was completed.
Dr. Michelle Nichols was among a small group of national winners to be awarded an AMA Foundation Leadership Award for 2005. This program encourages involvement in organized medicine and continues leadership development among the country's brightest and most energetic leaders in medicine.
Dr. Jennifer Colvin was selected as an NIMH Outstanding Resident Award winner for 2004. She, together with a small group of other national winners, will travel to NIMH, meet with branch chiefs and present her research.
Dr. Ellen Edens was among a small number of residents to be awarded the APA/GlaxoSmithKline Fellowship for 2004-2006. This award is designed to give residents with leadership potential experiences in the APA to help prepare them for leadership roles.
Dr. Li-Shiun Chen was honored at the 2004 APA convocation ceremony as one of a small number of recipients of the 2003-2004 APA/Lilly Resident Research Award for her research addressing epidemiologic features of major depressive disorder in a non-clinical sample.
In 2004, Dr. Daniel Mamah was elected by resident members of the APA to be the member-in-training trustee-elect of the APA. Dan will be an active member of the APA board of trustees.