Fellowship Programs

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Providing world-class, advanced training in psychiatry and psychology subspecialties

The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences’ four fellowships for postgraduate physician-scientists provide psychiatry trainees with advanced education and experiences in subspecialties alongside preeminent psychiatry faculty.

About the Fellowship Programs

Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship

The Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship is a two-year, ACGME-approved fellowship program with six fellowship spots per training year. Fellows learn to practice child and adolescent psychiatry while treating a patient population with unparalleled diagnostic diversity and complexity.
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Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship

The Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship Program was developed for psychiatrists who have completed an accredited residency training in general or child/adolescent psychiatry and wish to obtain specialty training in forensic psychiatry.
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Psychosomatic Medicine Fellowship

USC, in conjunction with LAC+USC Medical Center, annually offers two positions for a one-year, ACGME-accredited fellowship in psychosomatic medicine. Rotations within the Veterans Affairs Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System (GLA-VA), Keck Hospital of USC and LAC+USC Medical Center provide fellows opportunities to gain expertise in inpatient and outpatient consultation-liaison psychiatry and to develop clinical research interests and supervise trainees in an academic setting.
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