Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship

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The University of Toledo Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship is a small-scale program which incorporates excellent clinical experience and dedicated faculty mentoring to develop well rounded, empathic and competent psychiatrist graduates who are prepared to follow diverse career interests in serving communities, pursuing research, and teaching all levels of learners.

Being a smaller program, the fellowship atmosphere lends itself to fellows having the opportunity to establish and foster close mentoring relationships with enthusiastic and approachable faculty.  Our faculty have diverse research and clinical interests including substance abuse, autism, juvenile delinquency, positive parenting, burnout prevention, and collaborative care, and provide significant expertise to guide fellows’ learning.

About the Fellowship

To learn more about the fellowship, please visit the links below:


For more information, email Jamie Migliori, M.D., Fellowship Program Director, at, or Jamie Myrice, Residency & Curriculum Coordinator, at

Last Updated: 7/15/24