Join Us in Michigan Psychiatry
The U-M Department of Psychiatry is part of Michigan Medicine, one of the nation's leading health care facilities. We provide patients with state-of-the-art treatment and care of psychiatric disorders, much of it based on the innovative research done by our faculty. Our psychiatric care facility is one of the best in the country, and was one of the very first to provide modern diagnosis and research on mental disorders.
Our vision is to produce impactful research that promotes positive mental health; improve access to care in the right place, at the right time, at the right level for all patients needing clinical services; and deliver top-notch inter-professional training to all trainees so that they are equipped to meet patient needs as part of teams in the healthcare setting.
Michigan Medicine offers competitive benefits, including retirement plans, health plans, maternity/paternity leave, and a variety of other types of coverage. Click here to visit the Michigan Medicine Human Resources page and learn more.
Living in Ann Arbor
As one of the most consistently ranked college towns for its active arts and culture and outdoor recreation, Ann Arbor is a great place to call home. Our faculty and staff enjoy the theatre and performing arts and music offerings in town, as well as the ease of access to public transportation and the nearby Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW), a Delta Airlines hub.
Detroit is also just a short drive away with access to a vibrant metropolitan center. Detroit offers professional sports and more arts and entertainment options, including visiting Broadway performances at beautiful locations like the Fox Theatre, and art exhibitions at the Detroit Institute of Arts. The city is also home to the world-renowned Detroit Symphony Orchestra and the largest collection of African American art and artifacts at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History.
Many of our employees choose to live right in Ann Arbor, though other neighboring communities are also popular with just a short commute. The Ann Arbor Observer's City Guide and the Destination Ann Arbor website are great additional resources to continue learning about life in Ann Arbor.
Open Faculty Positions
Clinical Assistant Professor - Adult Hospital Services (MD) - Full-time clinical track faculty member, hospitalist, to work in Psychiatric Emergency Services, Adult Psychiatry Hospital Services Program
Clinical Assistant Professor - Adult Hospital Services (PhD) - Full-time clinical track faculty member, experience with transplant and consultation-liaison inpatient team, to work in the Adult Hospital Services Program
Clinical Assistant Professor - Child Hospital Services (MD) - Full-time clinical track faculty member, trained in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, to work within Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Hospital Services
Clinical Assistant Professor - Ambulatory Psychiatry Program (MD) - Full-time clinical track faculty member, adult general psychiatry, to work in Ambulatory Psychiatry
Clinical Assistant Professor - Child Ambulatory Program (PhD) - Full-time clinical track faculty member, experienced in child and adolescent anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorders, to work within the Child Ambulatory Psychiatry Program
Clinical Assistant Professor - Child Ambulatory Psychiatry (PhD) - Full-time clinical track faculty member, trained in child and adolescent anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorders, to work within the Child Ambulatory Psychiatry Program
Clinical Assistant Professor - Treatment Resistant Depression (MD) - Full-time clinical track faculty member, experience in treatment resistant depression, to work in Adult Ambulatory Psychiatry Treatment Resistant Depression Program
Associate Professor - Anxiety Program (MD) - Full-time tenure (instructional) track faculty member, an anxiety expert, to work within the Anxiety Program, Ambulatory Psychiatry
Professor - Director of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (MD) - Full-time tenure (instructional) track or clinical track faculty member to serve as the Director of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry