C-L Seminar: Core topics in CL, specialty topics, monthly case
conference with guest faculty and patient interview. Ten weeks of
the seminar are devoted to formal resident and fellow presentations.
The Seminar is also attended by the PGY2 residents and the CL Faculty.
The seminar meets weekly.
Research Seminar: Fellows attend a weekly seminar for 9 months
taught by faculty psychologists focusing on research methods and
design. Each fellow is expected to conduct at minimum a "thought"
experiment from design through data analysis. Fellows are expected
to attend Research Seminar and to produce some scholarly product.
Neurobiology Seminar: Review and application of advanced topics
in behavioral neuroanatomy. Attended by advanced trainees and Fellow
and directed by Dr. Givon. The seminar meets weekly.
Medical Psychiatry Seminar: Ongoing review of topics at the interface
of medicine and psychiatry. Topics are chosen in a rolling manner
by Psychosomatic Fellow and Geriatric Psychiatry Fellow. Residents
and staff alternate presentations. Discussions are led by Drs. Pinals,
Joseph, and Dedesma. The seminar meets the 1st & 3rd week of
Clinical work takes place at the Cambridge Hospital and Whidden
Hospital campuses, and at one or more of our neighborhood primary
care and/or specialty medical sites.