2021 spring conference
Save the date for this virtual event!
Innovation, Collaboration, and Inclusion!
Wednesday, March 3 - Saturday, March 6
See you there!
Dr. Zheala Qayyum served as an Army Reserve doctor in New York City at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read her article here. She is the medical director of the Emergency Psychiatry Services, and the Training Director for the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry fellowship program at Boston Children’s Hospital. She is faculty at the Yale School of Medicine and Harvard Medical.
Dr. Qayyum received her medical training in Pakistan and did her general psychiatry residency at the University of Connecticut. She then completed fellowship training in Child and Adolescent psychiatry and Consultation Liaison Psychiatry at the Institute of Living/Hartford Hospital. Subsequently she worked as the Site Training Director at Yale Psychiatric Hospital prior to moving to Boston to complete her master’s degree in Medical Education at Harvard Medical School. She also serves in the United States Army reserves and deployed to Afghanistan.
Read her article about serving as an Army Reserve Doctor in New York City at the height of COVID-19.