The Post-Doctoral Fellowship Program in Neuropsychology aims at training the next generation of researcher experts looking for careers in academic research and clinical applications inside the workspace of neuropsychology. The program accomplishes its objectives through training in a progression of tracks, including both Academic/Research and Clinician/Educator accentuations. Tracks with an Academic/Research accentuation are intended to train candidates for academic professions in instructing and clinical examination, and tracks with Clinician/Educator accentuations are designed to prepare candidates for personal or emergency clinic-based work on offering neuropsychological types of assistance and progressed training in clinical neuropsychology. All Fellows, paying little mind to follow, will get comprehensive training and involvement with both research and clinical practice. All tracks independently tailor the Fellow’s training program to accomplish these objectives considering the Fellow’s earlier abilities and encounters. The program is designed as a Major Area of Study following the Taxonomy for Education and Training in Clinical Neuropsychology.
In the 2021-2022 academic year, they will have 15 colleagues taking part in 9 tracks. For enlistment in 2022, they expect openings in the accompanying tracks: Clinical Neuropsychology Track (General); Geropsychology-Neuropsychology Track, Clinical Neuropsychology of Trauma and Resilience Track, the HNCE Cultural Neuropsychology Program (CNP), and the Social Justice in Criminal Neuropsychology (SJCN) at the Hispanic Neuropsychiatric Center of Excellence (HNCE) Track. To be considered for the fellowship, the interested individuals are expected to visit the official page of the fellowship and see the attached brochure given there for a detailed application process through APPA CAS.
The Office of Education at the Semel Institute and Psychiatry houses an assortment of clinical and nonclinical training projects and fields of examine. It is intended to serve momentum UCLA and visiting students and graduate understudies, clinical understudies, inhabitants, and postgraduate analysts. These projects are regulated and contained by the Medical and Undergraduate Student Education, Residency Education, Post-Residency Education, and the Academic Trainee Offices.
Below we have a brief description of the following scholarship:
|Number of Awards||Varies|
|Contest Deadline||January 3, 2022|
|Application Fees||Not required|
Who is Eligible?
Applicants must have completed all requirements for their degree before enrolling, including completion of coursework and a dissertation from a regionally accredited university and satisfactory completion of an internship meeting APA/APPIC standards. The program will not participate in the APPCN match process.
How to Apply?
To be considered for the fellowship, the interested individuals are expected to visit the official page of the fellowship and see the attached brochure given there for a detailed application process through APPA CAS.
All Fellows, regardless of track, will receive broad training and experience in both research and clinical practice. The program is designed as a Major Area of Study following the Taxonomy for Education and Training in Clinical Neuropsychology.
The application period for the following fellowship will close on January 3, 2022. No applications will be acceptedpast the deadline.