FEllowships and Awards
OPPORTUNITIES DURING RESIDENCY
These two-year awards provide mentorship, networking, and career development activities, as well as conference travel funds. Application is typically in December/January of PGY-2 or PGY-3.
SAMHSA Minority Fellowship (CGP awardees: Amira Collison, Keenan Withers, Brittany Tarrant, Nicolás Barceló, Michael Mensah, Ippolytos Kalofonos, Enrico Castillo, Eraka Bath, Sheryl Kataoka, Helena Hansen)
Public Psychiatry Fellowship (CGP awardees: Sophie Feller, Isabella Morton, Nikki Goodsmith)
Diversity Leadership Fellowship (CGP awardees: Erica Lubliner, Kazandra De La Torre)
APA/APAF Leadership Fellowship (CGP awardees: Ann Crawford-Roberts, Laura Halpin)
APA Research Colloquium for Junior Investigators (CGP awardees: Alpna Agrawal)
AWP Symonds Fellowship for commitment to women's health and community psychiatry. Apply any year.
Ellen Violett International Fellowship, providing funding for an international project. Awarded in even years only.
American College of Psychiatrists
The Laughlin Fellowship: For PGY3-5 residents "deemed likely to make a significant contribution to the field of psychiatry." Provides a travel award to the ACP annual meeting with special educational and networking opportunities for fellows with the program's extensive alumni network. Apply any year. (CGP awardees: Nichole Goodsmith)
Society for the Study of Psychiatry and Culture Travel Awards
The John Spiegel Fellowship is an annual award presented to a medical student, psychiatry resident, or fellow in subspecialty training in psychiatry who is dedicated to improving clinical care through culturally-informed practice. Somewhat outdated information can be found here - this award is still being offered annually. Deadline: November 1st
Health Affairs Health Equity Fellowship for Trainees and Podcast Fellowship Program
In 2021, Health Affairs launched two new fellowship programs: the Health Equity Fellowship for Trainees (HEFT) and the Podcast Fellowship program. These fellowship programs provide multi-layered mentorship to early-career researchers. As part of the HEFT and Podcast Fellowship programs, our fellows receive mentorship from experienced Health Affairs authors and editorial staff. The HEFT fellows of the initiative prepare for their manuscripts to be published in Health Affairs or another journal, and the Podcast fellows produce a podcast season which will air as part of the Health Affairs Pathways podcast channel.
POST-RESIDENCY TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES
One-year clinical training programs in public psychiatry
There are 23+ public psychiatry fellowships throughout the country including UCSF and UCSD in California
Contact Columbia University Public Psychiatry Fellowship alum Enrico Castillo for more information
Global Mental Health Fellowships
UCSF HEAL Fellowship (contact alum Viet Nguyen for more information)
Partners in Health Dr. Mario Pagenel Global Mental Health Delivery Fellowship (contact alum Rupi Legha for more info)
University of California GloCal Health Fellowship
Massachusetts General Hospital T32 Global Psychiatric Clinical Research Training Program
National Clinician Scholars Program (formerly the RWJF Clinical Scholars Program)
2-year research and policy fellowship at several sites nationwide, including UCLA
Numerous UCLA faculty are program alumni
Contact Ken Wells and Enrico Castillo for more info
VA Mental Health Services Fellowships
VA Advanced Fellowship Program in Health Services Research and Development (HSR&D)
VA Quality Scholars (contact alum Pushpa Raja for more info)
VA Women's Health Fellowship (contact alum and CGP faculty member Roya Ijadi-Maghsoodi for more info)
MIRECC Fellowship (contact CGP faculty members Alex Young, Sonya Gabrielian, or Jared Greenberg for more info)
Health Equity Scholars
The Cambridge Health Alliance Center for Health Equity Education and Advocacy has 2 fellowship programs:
Health Equity Education Fellowship: During the one year fellowship, the fellow will develop health equity curricula, teach clinicians in inter-professional training program settings at CHA, and teach health equity and policy to Harvard medical students. The fellowship will provide the fellow with mentored training and feedback in teaching in the classroom, curriculum development and evaluation. Recent graduates of clinical training programs who wish to pursue careers as scholarly clinician educators focused on reducing health inequities are welcome to apply.
Health Equity Scholars Program: Health Equity Education & Advocacy (CHEEA) is offering a uniquely tailored interprofessional program for mid-career healthcare professionals working in hospitals, primary care centers and other healthcare institutions. This program aims to provide a year-long, longitudinal curriculum with education, workshops and mentorship from CHEEA faculty and staff. Upon completion, scholars will have the ability to: 1) Effectively advocate for health and social justice issues, 2) Perform Health Equity Analysis and identify systemic opportunities for action, 3) Use the Community Organizing skills to engage other people in their advocacy projects, 4) Improve their overall leadership skills (including relationship and interprofessional team building).
LA Area Health Services Research Training Program Postdoctoral Fellowship
The LAAHSRTP postdoctoral fellowship is a joint initiative of the Department of Health Policy and Management at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, RAND Health, The USC Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics, and the VA Los Angeles Center for the Study of Healthcare Innovation, Implementation and Policy. It is supported by a T-32 grant from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. The program provides comprehensive training and experience to highly-qualified postdoctoral trainees so that they may effectively engage in and lead research and implementation activities aimed at improving the quality and efficiency of the U.S. health care system.
This one-year degree-granting fellowship is designed to prepare physician-leaders, particularly physicians from groups underrepresented in medicine, to become leaders who improve the health of disadvantaged and vulnerable populations through transforming health care delivery systems and promoting innovation in policies, practices and programs that address health equity and the social determinants of health. The program provides strong academic training and coursework, including an MPH or MPA, for highly qualified physicians. It enhances the leadership ability of physicians, offering them substantive knowledge in health policy and management, while creating a network of physician-leaders capable of advancing successfully among the public, nonprofit, and academic sectors.