A Four-Year Experience

We have redesigned the clinical curriculum (pictured below) to create an innovative and forward-thinking program in psychiatric education, which maximizes outpatient experiences to reflect the changing practice of psychiatry, maximizes the ratio of educational opportunities to service-delivery, maximizes elective opportunities in multiple settings, and permits substantial time for individualization and academic sub-specialization. We have likewise broadened opportunities for longitudinal research with active mentorship throughout the training process to allow for exploration and development of residents' individual interests within psychiatry.

Academic Clinician-Educator (ACE) in Psychiatry Track

In the Department of Psychiatry at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, we are committed to training compassionate, dedicated, knowledgeable, and skilled leaders in psychiatry.

We maintain a significant exposure to an exceptionally diverse patient population across ethnic, socioeconomic, gender, age, and diagnostic categories, as well as an experience of training under personable, accessible faculty with national expertise in subspecialty areas of psychiatry. Our challenging and supportive academic culture encourages residents to identify their individual interests and skills within psychiatry making for an individualized approach that takes advantage of our breadth and depth of expertise in clinical and research areas. The richness of the educational experience at Mount Sinai prepares psychiatrists-in-training to become skilled academic clinicians, talented educators, productive researchers, and dynamic contributors to the future of psychiatry.

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Contact Us

Tel: 212-659-8734

Icahn School of Medicine
Department of Psychiatry
Box 1230
One Gustave L. Levy Place
New York, NY 10029