Subspecialty Programs: Neuropsychiatry

Brown Neuropsychiatry Combined Residency

In addition to Clinical Services and Research activities, the Neuropsychiatry Program at RIH is a major component of the Brown University combined residency training in neurology and psychiatry. This residency is designed for physicians who plan on a clinical or research career in the clinical neurosciences. The mission of the Brown University Combined Residency Program in Neurology and Psychiatry is to provide solid clinical and research training in both neurology and psychiatry and in the combined perspective for future leaders in clinical neuroscience. A critical mass of neuropsychiatry exists at Brown University with exposure to various subspecialty areas and practices. Neuropsychiatry residents can have a longitudinal neuropsychiatry clinic at RIH where they develop the integrative approach to mind-brain disorders. At the completion of training, combined residents are eligible for board certification in both neurology and psychiatry.