The Ohio State Department of Neurology and Psychiatry obtains a teaching grant
from the U.S. Public Health Service to provide training of medical students in clinical
psychiatry, the first such grant given to the College of Medicine.
Columbus Receiving Hospital (later to become
Upham Hall) at the Ohio State medical campus
begins operation in September and admits
its first patient in October. The Department of
Neurology and Psychiatry is separated, and
the Department of Psychiatry is established to
coincide with the completion of the new facility.
Ohio State facility’s name is
changed to the Columbus
Receiving Hospital and State
Institute of Psychiatry.