Analysis of the real-world overdose risks associated with gabapentin makes the cut for the JAMA Most Read list.
Instructor in Psychiatry
Jump to: Rotations | Call schedule Excellent clinical skills are essential for each resident no matter whether he or she aspires towards private practice, public psychiatry, or academic positions involving clinical education or basic/clinical research. A major emphasis of our program is intensive clinical training underscoring diagnostic skills, somatic treatments including psychopharmacology, ECT, rTMS, ketamine/s-ketamine, experimental […]
We are extremely proud of the accomplishments that our residents achieve during training. Some of our residents have even found the time to go beyond carrying out the work expected of our resident physicians and have made notable contributions to our field. Some have presented their research findings at major national meetings, while others have […]
The Washington University Department of Psychiatry history timeline was created with the support of the Department of Psychiatry in the fall of 2007 by Dr. Eugene Rubin, Vice Chair for Education. This project is intended to help preserve some of our Department’s history as well as provide a longitudinal perspective of the Department for those […]
While seeing patients and practicing medicine is a critical part of residency training, organized didactics and seminars are also critical for the development of the young psychiatrist. These formats allow residents to gain a deeper understanding of the scientific foundation of our field, current developments, and the likely path that we will be walking in […]