IMPACT Pre-doctoral Summer Program
The IMPACT (Innovative Methods in Pathogenesis and Child Treatment) summer fellowship is an 8-week, pre-doctoral research elective offered each year for up to four medical students. Each student is paired with a mentor from our training faculty whose work complements the student’s research interests. Fellows in the program will work on a project that will lead to a scientific presentation and a peer-reviewed publishable product.
The program seeks to
- increase exposure of medical students to child psychiatry research,
- introduce fellows to different research and clinical settings,
- lay the groundwork for a scholarly project, and
- provide a stepping stone toward a career in academic child psychiatry.
Previous participants have gone on to prestigious child psychiatry training programs.
Each student will be paid a stipend. Applicants must have U.S. citizenship or be permanent residents of the U.S.
Apply for the IMPACT Pre-doctoral Summer Program.
Left to right: Anika Binner, Dr. Anne Germain, Cristine Oh, Dr. Judith Morgan, Josh Zollman, Dr. David Brent
2017 Pre-Doctoral Fellows
Mentor: Dr. Tina Goldstein
Mentors: Dr. Anne Germain
Mentor: Dr. Judith Morgan