Divisions

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Duke Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences is organized into eight divisions, or administrative entities within the department tasked with supporting the operations of a functional unit or set of related programs. Divisions provide an academic home for our faculty, and infrastructure and resources to support successful operations in clinical care, research, and education.

The department is organized in the following interdisciplinary divisions:

Addictions

Behavioral Medicine

Brain Stimulation and Neurophysiology

Child and Family Mental Health and Developmental Neuroscience

General Psychiatry

Geriatric Behavioral Health

Social and Community Psychiatry

Translational Neuroscience