Psychiatry Courses 2015/2016

Course Registration

Undergraduate Courses

CRN 3389 

Mental Illness and the Brain
Sep. - Dec. 2015 Thursdays 8h35-11h25
Stewart Bio bldg room S4/106

Dr. Reut Gruber, PhD

CRN 767

Issues in Drug Dependence
Jan. - Apr. 2016

Dr. Kathryn Gill, PhD

Research Project in Psychiatry
D1 CRN 16639, D2 CRN 12583 3 credits each, fall 2015 and winter 2016
No scheduled classes
Dr. Kathryn Gill, PhD

MSc Graduate Courses

CRN 768 
Advances in the Neurobiology of Mental Disorders
Jan. - Apr. 2016
Mon. 1:05 - 2:25, Wed. 1:05 - 2:25
Burn 1B36
Please contact Dr. Wong for permission to register
Dr. Tak Pan Wong, PhD,
Dr. Lalit K. Srivastava, PhD
CRN 3391 

Brain Evolution and Psychiatry
Jan - Apr 2016 Wednesdays 8:35-11:25
Leacock bldg rm  212

Not offered this semester

Dr. Bernardo Dubrovsky, MD

CRN 6298

Current Issues in Forensic Mental Health
Jan. - Apr. 2016 Thursday 13:30-16:30

Douglas Hospital E-3517

Not offered this semester

Dr. Anne G. Crocker, PhD
CRN 8353
Advanced Studies in Addiction (formerly 615)

Not offered this semester
Dr. Marco Leyton, PhD,
Dr. Kathryn Gill, PhD

CRN 3952

Trends in Clinical Psychiatry
Sep. - Dec. 2015  Wednesdays 1:35-4:25
Douglas Institute, room K-3223, Porteous Building

Dr. Diane Boivin, MD, PhD,
Dr. Alain Brunet, PhD
CRN 14563

Qualitative Research in Health Care
Sep. - Dec. 2015 , Mondays 12:30-15:30
Ludmer Building room 138

Dr. Danielle Groleau, PhD, 

CRN 18808 
CRN 1911

Statistics for Neurosciences
Sep – Dec 2015, Thursdays 8:35-11:25
Jan. - Apr. 2016  Thursdays 8:35-11:25
EDUC 437
Dr. Joseph Rochford, PhD

CRN 951

May 2015 Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00AM - 12:15PM
EDUC 431


CRN 2001 Fall 2014
CRN 2994 Winter 2015,  

Special Topics in Psychiatry
Supervised reading project on a particular topic
(No classroom)

To take this class, you must do the following: 

1) Think of a topic to write a paper on. This topic must be, by and large, different from your thesis topic. For example, there could be some general overlap, but if more than a few sentences ended up in your thesis, this would be indicative of excessive overlap. The idea, of course, is that the paper should be something over and above your thesis.
2) Identify a faculty member who will help guide your reading, provide feedback on your thinking, and grade your paper. This person could be your thesis supervisor, but often it is someone else.
3) Send Dr. Mechawar (i) a brief (e.g. one paragraph) description of the proposed paper, (ii) a brief description of your thesis topic, (iii) a brief explanation of how the topic of the paper differs from your thesis (sometimes this is obvious and easy, sometimes not so obvious), and (iv) a letter or email from the faculty member who will supervise you and mark the paper.


Dr. Naguib Mechawar, PhD
CRN 115 

Cultural Psychiatry

Dr. Laurence J. Kirmayer, MD
CRN 116 

Psychiatric Epidemiology

Dr. Guillaume Galbaud Du Fort

Thesis Research

CRN 1998 Fall 2015
CRN 2995 Winter 2016
CRN 768 Summer 2016
Thesis Research in Psychiatry I
MSc only
Thesis credits
Dr. Naguib Mechawar, PhD
CRN 1999 Fall 2015
CRN 2996 Winter 2016
CRN 769 Summer 2016
Thesis Research in Psychiatry II
MSc only
Thesis credits
Dr. Naguib Mechawar, PhD

CRN 2000 Fall 2015
CRN 2997 Winter 2016
CRN 770 Summer 2016

Thesis Research in Psychiatry III
MSc only
Thesis credits
Dr. Naguib Mechawar, PhD

Compulsory Registration

CRN 2334 Fall 2015
CRN 2262 Winter 2016
MSc and PhD Program registration:
Compulsory to register for each term

Medical Undergraduate Courses

ICM (Intro. to Clinical Medicine)
CRN 18162 Fall 2015
CRN 13683 Winter 2016
Psychiatry Clerkships

Psychiatry Postgraduate Courses

CRN 1996 Fall 2015
CRN 2992 Winter 2016
CRN 765 Summer 2016
Diploma Evaluation, Written Dr. Karl J. Looper, MD
CRN 1997 Fall 2015
CRN 2993 Winter 2016
CRN 767 Summer 2016
Diploma Evaluation, Oral Dr. Karl J. Looper, MD


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