Hey everyone The other day I was surfing the web when I came across this website of the University of Colorodo Health Sciences Center: mhtml:http://www.uchsc.edu/psychiatry/residency/NeuroPsychiatricSlides/1_Intro_and_Historical_Overview.mht!1_Intro_and_Historical_Overview_files/frame.htm Apparently, in describing this new fellowship known as "Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry," it is said that advances in imagining and electrophysiology have allowed one to interpret psychiatric illness as a brain illness and, as such, there is no fine line in between. Moreover, the website goes on to state that psychological factors are appreciated yet interpreted as affecting brain functioning. If all this is correct, couldnt a Neurologist trained in this fellowship theoretically treat a spectrum of disorers ranging from Epilepsy and MS to schizophrenia and depression? I, myself, am very intereted in both psychiatry and neurology. If all this is true, then would it make sense to pursue a Neurology residency, a neuropsych fellowship and obtain licensing in Electrodiagnostic medicine from the AANEM? It seems to me that this development has recieved little to no public attention. Thanks!