MedPsych Leadership

Established in the mid-1990’s, the Duke Internal Medicine-Psychiatry (Med-Psych) Residency Program is a combined five-year program offered by the Department of Medicine and Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences.

Led by Jane Gagliardi, MD, MHS, the Med-Psych residency is one of the longest standing and best-known in the country. The program prepares physicians for comprehensive and integrated care of adult patients, particularly those with complexity and those with overlapping medical and psychiatric problems. 

Med-Psych residents have the opportunity to work closely with Duke faculty who trained in a combined residency program (Medicine-Psychiatry, Neurology-Psychiatry, Family Medicine-Psychiatry or the Triple Board), as well as faculty from the departments of Medicine and Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences. Learn about our faculty.

Duke’s Med-Psych training program is approved by both the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Graduates are eligible for board certification in both specialties.

Learn about the Duke Med-Psych program and residents and graduates of our program.

Why Pursue Med-Psych at Duke?

Jane Gagliardi, MD, MHS, program director and alumna of the program, talks about Duke's Med-Psych residency.

Hear from three of our residents about the program.

"I wanted to work at a center of both clinical and academic excellence with multiple research opportunities in clinical work and basic sciences, and Duke offers all of that and somehow does it in a relaxed way that allows for additional focus on personal goals and growth."

—Peter McCann, MBBS, Fifth Year Internal Medicine-Psychiatry Resident