Available Fellowships 2017-2018 - RECRUITMENT IS CLOSED AT THIS TIME

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Postdoctoral fellowships are offered with either a primary research focus or a primary clinical focus.  Descriptions of available fellowships can be found below:  

APA-accredited Clinical Psychology Program (CPP) 

Clinical Neuropsychology Specialty Program (CNSP)

Research Fellowship Program (RFP)

NIH-Funded Institutional T32 Training Grants

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APA-accredited Clinical Psychology Program (CPP):  These fellowships provide general training in clinical psychology (Traditional Practice Program) within a hospital-based setting.

[Note:  VAMC-funded positions are contingent upon continued funding]

ADULT TRACK

 

CHILD TRACK

 

HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY/BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE TRACK 

 

 


Clinical Neuropsychology Specialty Program (CNSP): These fellowships provide training in clinical neuropsychology within a hospital-based setting.  (Note: currently pursuing specialty accreditation from APA for this program.  VAMC-funded positions are contingent upon continued funding)

NEUROPSYCHOLOGY 

 


Research Fellowship Program (RFP): These fellowships provide postdoctoral research training from various disciplines within a hospital-based setting.

[Note:  VAMC-funded positions are contingent upon continued funding]

ADULT TRACK

 

CHILD TRACK

 

HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY/BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE TRACK

 

NEUROPSYCHOLOGY TRACK 

 


Institutional NIH-funded Fellowships - research fellowships funded through an NIH T32 Training Grant: There are currently three NIH-supported institutional training grants associated with the DPHB.

 


 

There are also two NIH-supported institutional training grants, separate from the PFTP, associated with the Center for Alcohol and Addictions Studies (CAAS):

Please visit CAAS website for application information.