UCSF Psychiatric Resident Partnership

The University of California San Francisco's acclaimed Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiaty partners with Edgewood to provide a resident training program that is designed to help the child and adolescent psychiatry residents develop core skills essential to the current and future practice of the profession. It offers diverse and challenging clinical, didactic, and supervisory experiences. UCSF and Edgewood also partner to provide a clinical rotation for medical students interested in a career in psychiatry.

Video: UCSF Child and Adolecent Psychiatry Residency at Edgewood

location

Residents do their clinical work at Edgewood's beautiful campus in San Francisco's Sunset neighborhood.

Who It Helps

Medical residents interested in child and adolescent psychology, as well as children and families in Edgewood intensive programs.

partners and funders

The Children’s Center at Langley Porter facilitates transformations for the children and adolescents of Northern California and beyond.  Superb clinical care, influential research, and top-ranked education are the foundations of UCSF’s national leadership in child psychiatry.

key facts

Edgewood trains roughly 5 percent of the child psychiatrists graduating in the US each year.

contact us

Stuart Lustig, MD, MPH, Director

Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Residency Training Program
Department of Psychiatry
University of California, San Francisco
401 Parnassus Avenue, Box 0984-CAS
San Francisco, CA 94143-0984
415.476.7225 (phone)
415.476.7163 (fax)
childpsych07@lppi.ucsf.edu