Interventional Psychiatry


The purpose of the Interventional Psychiatry Research Group (IPRG) is to discuss research that informs and expands the treatments offered by the Yale Interventional Psychiatry Service. Discussions typically include neuroimaging (e.g. PET, fMRI, etc.), neuromodulation (e.g. TMS, ECT, DBS, VNS, tDCS, etc.) and/or novel psychopharmacological agents (ketamine, riluzole, D-cycloserine, etc.).

Schedules and Events

The IPRG typically meets from 4:00pm-5:00 pm on the first Wednesday of each month in the 1st floor conference room at YPH (LV 142). Food is served for those who RSVP in advance. Attendees will discuss new research projects at Yale as well as recent publications. When possible, first authors are invited to speak in person or via videoconference.


Resident Leader

Joseph J. Taylor, MD, PhD

Faculty Leaders

Robert Ostroff, MD

Gerard Sanacora, MD, PhD