- Continuing Education
* Psychopharm Update
- Community Psychiatry
- Clinical Services
Health Science Campus
Ruppert Health CenterBasement, Room # 0079
Fax: 419.383.3031 firstname.lastname@example.org
- General Psychiatry Residency
- Program Highlights
- Training Facilities
- Resident Rotations
- Resident Comments
- Residency Faculty
- Virtual Campus Tour
- Toledo Attractions
- Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Residency
The quality of the training was exceptional. If I had to do it again, I would still
choose the UT Psychiatry Residency Program.
Puneet Singla, M.D. - 2012
I am very grateful for the excellent training experience I have received at the University
of Toledo. After completing my training, I find myself confident that I can handle
just about any clinical situation in psychiatry. The teaching here is top notch, supervisors
and faculty members fosters a positive learning environment and my fellow residents
are genuinely great friends. Small size of our program enables a constant flexibility
in our curriculum and avoids the coldness of many large residency programs.
Sajjad Sarwar, M.D. - 2011
Faculty, staff and residents in this program are all very understanding and thoughtful.
This was especially apparent when things became stressful after the birth of our baby
when people pitched in to make returning to work go very smoothly.
Ryan Travis, M.D. - 2008
Asa UT residency alumnus, I passed my written and oral psychiatry boards on the first
try. I have served professionally as an inpatient attending, community mental health
and private outpatient physician, expert witness and ECT provider, and I am about
to start my own private practice. I have at no time felt my training left me unprepared
for my career choices and further training, and the people in UT Psychiatry have not
once failed to show me support and friendship all along the way.
Barb Cuddeback, M.D. - 2006
The program takes pride in and is adept at developing competent and empathic psychiatrists.
Stephen Cox, M.D. - 2004
MUO psychiatry is a well balanced program. I especially enjoyed my rotations in Outpatient,
Geripsych, Child & Adolescent, Rescue Crisis and Forensics.
Anjum Mobin, M.D. - 2004
The biggest asset of MUO's Adult Psychiatry program is the faculty; they are very
knowledgeable, experienced, and enthusiastic regarding their areas of expertise, and
psychiatry in general. In addition, everyone, from the Residency Coordinator to the
support staff, to the Department Chairman, is willing to take the time necessary to
make certain your residency experience is as rewarding as possible.
Suzanne Brodbeck,M.D. - 2004
The Psychiatry residency at the Medical College of Ohio is excellent. After graduation,
I was well prepared for a geriatric psychiatry fellowship at UCLA. Thanks to all the
faculty feedback on my interview skills, the board certification process went extremely
smooth. This smaller program allows one to have more one-on-one interaction with faculty
members, which I found quite valuable. Creative approaches to learning are encouraged;
I was given the opportunity to present a particularly difficult patient to my fellow
residents with the help of my supervisor who provided a wonderful psychodynamic formulation
of the case. A rich learning environment, nurturing and caring faculty members who
are gifted clinicians and interested in the professional growth of trainees, make
MUO an outstanding program.
Amy Walston, M.D. - 2002
Los Angeles, California
The Psychiatry program at the Medical College has one of the most excellent psycho-pharmacology
training programs I have ever been involved with. MUO is a superb facility and the
faculty members and residents are very caring.
Ali Mamun, M.D. - 2001
This program is enriched with cultural diversity. I have treated patients from every
conceivable demographic stratification and have greatly expanded my personal and professional
horizons as a result. If diversity is an important criterion for residency selection,
MUO has it.
Reneé Harris, M.D. - 1999
MUO's psychiatry department has and continues to support residents in areas outside
of residency training, especially in regard to family and maternity/paternity issues.
The faculty and other residents have gone out of their way to help facilitate and
support those of us who have young families while in residency. This positive, family
oriented atmosphere has greatly enhanced my experience in the department.
Michelle McClurg, M.D. - 1997
I have loved working with all the excellent faculty and the different perspectives
they present. The attending psychiatrists and therapists enjoy teaching and have encouraged
individual areas of interest for residents.
Scott Bunner, M.D. - 1997
San Diego, California
I greatly appreciated a faculty with whom I could communicate and who encouraged my
learning in very positive ways. In particular, supervision of psychotherapy cases
provided a variety of treatment approaches as well as personal growth.
Kevin Hess, M.D. - 1997