Yuliy Fradkin, MD
2004-2008 Resident at Beth Israel Medical Center
2008-2010 Child Psychiatry Fellow at Tufts Medical University in Boston
I started my career as a child psychiatrist and a researcher 20 years ago. I was interested not only in biological basis of mental disorders, but in psychotherapy and a concept of change. Upon immigration to the US, I was lucky to be trained again with most influential psychiatrists and therapists in New York and Boston. I work in the inpatient and outpatient settings, I supervise medical students, fellows, and independent practitioners. As I have been for the past 20 years, I am still fascinated with the amazing process and complexity of individual development.
There are thousands of ways how things can go wrong and modern neuroscience is in the process of untangling that. I feel privileged to be in the center of that movement and share my knowledge and skills with my colleagues and patients.
Being assistant professor at Rutgers and Yale medical schools is extremely helpful and intellectually stimulating work that enhances my experience with my patients as it keeps me updated in many cutting-edge professional areas.