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Professional Societies
 
American Neuropsychiatric Association
This is the professional organization for neuropsychiatry in the US. Much of the interesting content (such as videos from prior annual meetings) is restricted to members however.
 
British Neuropsychiatric Association
This is the professional organization for neuropsychiatry in the UK
 
Royal College of Psychiatrists Faculty of Neuropsychiatry
This is the section of the UK Royal College of Psychiatrists for those with a special interest in neuropsychiatry. They have a periodic newsletter, a reading list, mentoring scheme and working groups on various neuropsychiatric issues.
 
This the professional organization for behavioral neurologists
 
Professional organization for psychosomatic (consultation-liaison psychiatry), with some relevant interest groups including neuopsychiatry, HIV psychiatry, and transplantation
 
Journals
 
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
This is a general neurological journal with heavy inclusion of neuropsychiatry topics
 
Journal of Clinical Neuroscience and Neuropsychiatry
This is the official journal of the American Neuropsychiatric Association and features research related to neuropsychiatric disorders as well as neuroscience approaches to psychiatry
 
This journal features research on traumatic brain injury and its neuropsychiatric complications and treatment
 
Educational Resources
 
Brain Educators
They have a very useful glossary of different neuropsychiatric terms
 
National Institute on Mental Health
The NIMH is developing its collection of educational resources on clinical neuroscience including for school age children up to psychiatry resident-level.
 
National Neuroscience Curriculum Initiative
Lots of innovative and useful educational resources albeit focused on neuroscience in psychiatry, rather than neuropsychiatry per se.
 
Clinical Services
 
Johns Hopkins Neuropsychiatry Program
Provide a number of services including dementia, Huntington's, movement disorders, brain injury and sleep disorders.
 
Sheppard Pratt Neuropsychiatry Program
Provide services in memory disorders, brain injury, concussion, general neuropsychiatric, and neurodevelopmental disorders (including ASD and neurogenetic disorders)
 
Massachusetts General Hospital Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology Unit
Provides services for patients with memory disorders and management of emotional and behavioral disturbances in neurological disease as well as ADHD
 
UCSF Memory Aging Center
The UCSF group provides clinical services for partients with dementia and memory disorders as well as doing important research in this area including for frontotemporal dementia and prion diseases. Lots of educational materials here too.
 
UIC Neuropsychiatry/Behavioral Neurology Program
provide services both inpatient and outpatient for patients with psychiatric manifestations of neurological/medical illnesses, functional neurological disorders, and memory disorders
 
OHSU Complex Neuropsychiatry Clinic
Provides services for Adult ADHD, tardive dyskinesia, psychiatric manifestations of neurological disease, and treatment-refractory psychiatric disorders
 
Brigham and Women's Hospital Center for Mind/Brain Medicine
Provides inpatient and outpatient services for dementia and psychiatric manifestations of neurological illness
 
South London and Maudsley Neuropsychiatry Service
Provides inpatient and outpatient treatment for patients with memory disorders, traumatic brain injury, functional neurological symptoms, depersonalization disorder, and psychiatric manifestations of neurological disease.
 
Rutger's RWJ Medical Group Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology Program
provides services for psychiatric manifestations of neurological disease, dementia, and behavioral neurological syndromes. There is also a Huntington's disease clinic
 
UCLA Neurobehavioral Clinics
Provides assessment and management of fronto-temporal dementia and other neurobehavioral disorders
 
University of Washington Memory Brain and Wellness Clinic
Provides consultation and treatment for patients with suspected neurodegenerative disorders such as fronto-temporal dementia.
 
Notable Fellowships in Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry (not exhaustive)
 
United Councils on Neurologic Subspecialties
List accredited fellowships in behavioral neurology and neuropsychiatry
 
Massachusetts General Hospital Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry Fellowship
This fellowship is highly regarded and has more of a neurology bent, particularly on neurodegenerative diseases but strikes a balance with exposure to a large number of areas in the field.
 
McLean Sidney R. Baer Fellowship in Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry
Based in a free-standing psychiatric hospital with exposure to neurology consultation in a psychiatric hospital, there is also training in management of traumatic brain injury.
 
Brigham and Women's Hospital Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology Fellowship
This is a highly regarded, well-established fellowship with a multidisciplinary team including neuropsychologists, neuropsychiatrists, and behavioral neurologists with exposure to neurodegenerative disorders, psychiatric manifestations of neurological disease, and functional neurological symptoms including non-electric seizures/non-epileptic attacks.
 
UCSF Behavioral Neurology Training Program
This two-year fellowship is mainly T32 funded and research-heavy with a focus on neurodegenerative diseases including fronto-temporal dementia and prion disease.
 
Baylor Neuropsychiatry Fellowship
1-2 year fellowship in a department that has received a large amount of funding to upscale their neuropsychiatric research. Exposure to a wide variety of different neuropsychiatric disorders including stroke, movement disorders, epilepsy, dementia.
 
Cleveland Clinic Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry Fellowship
Unfortunately it is located in both Cleveland and Las Vegas but provides exposure to a large number of neuropsychiatric disorders and the Las Vegas clinic is directed by Jeffrey Cummings, M.D., who is very well established in the field.
 
Stanford Neuropsychiatry Fellowship
Newer, smaller program, with more of psychiatry bent. Weaker in neurodegenerative disorders, but one of the strongest in functional neurological symptoms.
 
Northwestern Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry Fellowship
This program has more of a neurology bent, covering the spectrum of cognitive disorders, and led by Marcel Mesulam, M.D., one of the pioneers in the field.
 
UMass Neuropsychiatry Fellowship
Has more of a psychiatry bent but broad exposure and training to the range of neuropsychiatric disorders with less of a focus on neurodegnerative disorder.
 
Johns Hopkins Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry Fellowship
well-established 2-year fellowship providing clinical exposure to the range of neuropsychiatric disorders and a research focus in the 2nd year.

University of British Columbia Neuropsychiatry Fellowship
2-year fellowship providing exposure to the broad array of neuropsychiatric disorders including functional neurological symptoms and somatoform disorders and training in amytal interviewing. Appears to have significant call burden however.
 
Charitable Organizations
 
The Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration
Lots of useful information on FTD for families and clinicians alike. Provides grants for research and training in the field. Runs support groups for those caring for individuals with FTD
 
FTD Talk
Provides handouts and a glossary on aspects of frontotemporal dementia and research updates from experts in the field.
 
Alzheimer's Association
Provides lots of information and support for the public and professionals on dementia (not just Alzheimer's). Provides lots of grants for research.
 
Brain Injury Association of America
Provides information, support and resources on traumatic brain injury
 
Lewy Body Dementia Association
Provides information and resources on Lewy Body Dementia
 
Functional and Dissociative Neurological Symptoms for Patients
Very useful information for patients on different kinds of functional neurological symptoms and basic explanation. Info available in different languages.
 
FND Hope
Provides information, videos, support, and advocacy for patients with functional neurological symptoms
 
Autoimmune Encephalitis Alliance
Provides support, information and advocacy for autoimmune encephalitis sufferers