Psychiatry Residency Research Education Program (PRREP)

Our Child and Adolescent Psychiatry fellowship offers research electives to all fellows, mentored by expert faculty.  We also offer more intense and concentrated research training within the experience of fellowship clinical training in child psychiatry to candidates eligible for the program. The Psychiatry Residency Research Program or PRREP (led by Dr. Farber, Training Director of the general psychiatry program and Dr. Nicol, of the child psychiatry division)

PRREP (https://psychiatry.wustl.edu/education/residency-program/research-training/#prrep ) is a program now in its fifth year, which is open to fellows who successfully completed three years of the program during their residency at WashU and want to continue.  Or the PRREP program can be for fellows with prior research training (PhD or other substantial experience).  Please let the CAP Fellowship program know of your interest in PRREP when applying for CAP Fellowship.

Additional information can be found under our Fellowship pages HERE.