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The UNC Department of Psychiatry is continually expanding and adapting to meet a host of changing needs, and our training programs are among the most respected in the country. We offer comprehensive fellowships integrating cutting-edge neurobiology and pharmacology with psychological and social approaches to the understanding and treatment of psychiatric illnesses. Graduates of our programs assume positions of leadership in academia (including several current Chairs of major departments of psychiatry), public service, private practice, and other areas of the private sector.


Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship

Educating the next generation of providers in the field of child and adolescent mental health.

Child Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship


Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Fellowship

Consultation-liaison training in a wide variety of specialties in both inpatient and outpatient settings


Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Fellowship


Geropsychiatry Fellowship

Dedicated to training the next generation of geriatric psychiatrists to meet the needs of older adults in North Carolina with mental health and neurocognitive disorders



Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship

Training new leaders in the legal aspects of mental health and forensic evaluation

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Women’s Mood Disorders Fellowship

The only NIH-funded T32 postdoctoral training fellowship in the field of Reproductive Mood Disorders



Perinatal Psychiatry Physician Researcher Fellowship

12-month Clinical Research fellowship providing psychiatrists with advanced training in both clinical and research aspects of perinatal psychiatry.


Community Psychiatry Fellowship

Creating community-minded doctors in patient-advocacy clinical services and mental health policy



Addiction Medicine Fellowship

12 month fellowship providing physicians from various specialties with advanced training in addiction medicine


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