May 10, 2022 The Department of Health Psychology seeks a pediatric neuropsychologist and postdoctoral fellows in pediatrics psychology/neuropsychology at the Thompson Center for Autism & Neurodevelopmental Disorders. To learn more or apply for these positions, contact Dr. Connie Brooks at firstname.lastname@example.org. Pediatric Neuropsychologist Assistant/Associate/Full Professional Practice faculty positions (clinical, non-tenure track) Responsibilities: Conducting neuropsychological evaluations, providing intervention services, clinical training, and community outreach Patients: Children and adolescents with neurodevelopmental, neurological, and complex medical conditions (e.g., seizure disorders, genetic disorders, concussions, autism spectrum disorder, etc.) Referral sources: Neurology, developmental-behavioral, endocrinology, cardiology, pediatrics, schools, child protection agencies, caregivers Supervision: Graduate-level trainees, pre-doctoral psychology interns, and postdoctoral residents; tiered supervision opportunities; state-of-the art recording system to supervise live from your office Research and grant writing is supported through our Research Core, fiscal administration team, and grant writer Psychometrist support on all clinics Competitive salary and benefits package Qualified candidates: Doctoral degree in clinical...
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