Fellowship Programs

Jefferson offers several highly individualized fellowship programs that provide flexibility based upon each fellow’s individual learning objective. Fellows will acquire a diverse set of skills during their clinical rotations; and their one-on-one interaction with Jefferson faculty makes each of these programs dynamic and rewarding. We invite you to learn more about fellowships at Jefferson.

  • Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship - In the training of current and future physicians, we strive for excellence in the practice of child and adolescent psychiatry. Our goal is to develop skilled and compassionate child and adolescent psychiatrists through our fellowship program.
  • Consultation/Liaison Psychiatry Fellowship - The Department of Psychiatry & Human Behavior is pleased to offer an ACGME-accredited fellowship in consultation/liaision psychiatry. This one-year program offers fellows a diverse, multidisciplinary training environment that provides comprehensive training in the field of psychosomatic medicine.
  • Sleep Medicine Fellowship - In the training of current and future physicians, we strive for excellence in teaching the practice of sleep medicine. Our goal is to develop skilled and compassionate clinicians through our fellowship program.
  • Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship - The Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship at Sidney Kimmel Medical College provides an opportunity to train in an environment known for clinical excellence, innovative community-based rotation sites, and a commitment to improving the experience of care for highly stigmatized populations.

Fellowship Program Directors

David Beckmann, MD, MPH
Program Director, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship

Jahaira Lopez-Pastraña, MD
Program Director, Consultation/Liaison Psychiatry Fellowship

Karl Doghramji, MD, FAASM, DFAPA
Program Director, Sleep Medicine Fellowship
Medical Director, Jefferson Sleep Disorders Center

William C. Jangro, DO
Program Director, Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship
Director, Division of Addiction Treatment, Education, and Research

Senior Department Leadership

John Lauriello, MD Daniel Lieberman Professor in Psychiatry & Human Behavior& Chair
Sr. Vice President, Behavioral Health
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Mitchell J.M. Cohen, MD Vice Chair for Education
Director, Pain Medicine Program
Professor
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