Neeta Shenai, MD
Education & Training
Selected Honors & Awards
Neeta Shenai, MD, Appointed Director of Psychiatry Clerkship at University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Congratulations to Dr. Neeta Shenai , Assistant Professor of Psychiatry , who was recently appointed Director of the Psychiatry Clerkship offered to medical students at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. The Psychiatry Clerkship provides third- and fourth-year medical students with the opportunity to work with patients in inpatient and ambulatory settings to develop and refine their skills in...
Pitt Psychiatry Faculty Develop Innovations in Medical Training and Patient Care
Department of Psychiatry clinician-educator faculty devote their time, energy and passion to treating patients and training medical students and residents at UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital (WPH) . To fulfill WPH’s mission of providing the highest quality psychiatric care for our patients, they seek opportunities, on an ongoing basis, to refine and improve our services and treatments, as well as our medical...
Congratulations to the UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital Resident and Fellow Class of 2019!
Please join us in congratulating the 2019 graduates of UPMC Western Psychiatric Hospital (WPH) Residency and Clinical Fellowship programs. At the graduation ceremony on June 14, 2019, residents, fellows, and their families and friends celebrated the achievement of this important milestone in medical training. Additionally, several residents received awards in recognition of their accomplishments in medical...
Residency Program’s Women's Mental Health Area of Concentration Addresses Important Need
Residency training programs and fellowships at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic (WPIC) are renowned for their clinical and research excellence and ability to teach residents to critically evaluate both new and established approaches to assessment and treatment. As women’s mental health issues take the spotlight in recent years, women are acutely aware of what they need to do to advocate for and take care of...