Contact Information

The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health
1670 Upham Drive
Columbus, OH 43210-1250

Program Coordinator: Joenna Cynkar
Fax: 614-293-4200

The Foundation for a Rewarding Career

The foundation for a rewarding career in the field of psychiatry and behavioral health includes extensive exposure to the diagnosis, management and investigation of a diverse patient population with both simple and complex cases, individualized advisement from an outstanding faculty that will guide you in treatment approaches and problem-solving and myriad opportunities to contribute to the advancement of the field through research.

Pain Medicine Fellowship

Sleep Medicine Fellowship

Community Psychiatry Fellowship

Psychosocial Oncology Fellowship

Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Fellowship

Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship

Addiction Medicine Fellowship

The Ohio State University Addiction Medicine Fellowship provides subspecialty training to physicians in a variety of medical specialties in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with substance use and addictive disorders.

Fellows develop expertise in managing substance use disorders using a biopsychosocial approach, including patients experiencing comorbid psychiatric disorders as well as medically-complex patients. They work in a variety of settings, including inpatient detoxification, consultations, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and longitudinal outpatient clinics. Fellows become proficient in the use of medication-assisted treatment in the treatment of substance use disorders. Fellows in Addiction Medicine work on interdisciplinary teams including nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, and counselors, and develop proficiency as team leaders. Fellows also work as educators of physicians in other specialties, both in didactic experiences and as physician liaisons.

At the completion of training, fellows will be eligible for board certification in the subspecialty of Addiction Medicine through the American Board of Preventative Medicine.