University of Maryland School of Medicine
  • Baltimore, MD, United States

The Division of Psychiatric Services Research conducts psychiatric research in health care policy, health economics, applied psychology, pharmaceutical science, community psychiatry, co-occurring disorders, integrated care, behavioral interventions, and other areas of psychiatric care.  The Division generates more than $5 million annually in external research funding, and has existing research partnerships with clinical divisions of the Department of Psychiatry, with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Capitol Healthcare Network (VISN5) Mental Illness Research and Education Clinical Center, and with the Maryland Behavioral Health Administration.  The Division maintains a comprehensive research infrastructure to support clinical interventions research as well as several large databases for administrative data projects, including data from Medicaid and Medicare claims, the Health Care Utilization Project, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs health care system, and the State of Maryland Public Mental Health System.  For more information, see:

The University of Maryland, School of Medicine, is located on the University of Maryland-Baltimore campus near Baltimore’s Inner Harbor and Camden Yards.  The Baltimore Washington International Airport is 5 miles away, and Washington D.C. is 40 miles away.