The Interdisciplinary Training Grant in Psychiatry and Neuroscience 

At Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, this program permits individuals who have completed their residency in psychiatry or neurology or a doctoral program in any relevant area to participate in either clinical or basic science training relating to neuropsychiatric diseases. Postdoctoral fellows have the opportunity to do laboratory or clinical research with one of our faculty members, whose expertise include:
  • Molecular biology and genetics
  • Cell biology and biochemistry
  • Mouse genetics
  • Neurobiology and behavior
  • Clinical neuropsychiatry
  • Human genetics
  • Brain imaging
We also plan seminars and events to enhance the training for each individual trainee. 
More information can be found within our website about research and training, program faculty, trainees, and other resources.

For further information or to apply, contact:

Christopher A. Ross, M.D., Ph.D.
Professor of Psychiatry and Neuroscience
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Division of Neurobiology, Department of Psychiatry
Ross Research Building, Room 618
720 Rutland Avenue
Baltimore MD, USA, 21205

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