The University of Michigan, Division of Rehabilitation Psychology and Neuropsychology (RPN), Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is accepting applications for a clinical Postdoctoral Fellowship to start September, 2012. The fellowship conforms to APA Division 22 guidelines and includes didactics in core topics in neuropsychology and rehabilitation psychology. Adult track fellows rotate on the inpatient Neurological and Spinal Cord Injury Services and also see patients on the General Rehabilitation Service. They participate in minor rotations in the Adult Neurological Day Treatment Program and in Chronic Pain/Health psychology.
Clinical RPN fellows receive comprehensive supervision and mentoring of their clinical work, preparation of presentations, and career planning. Program graduates are expected to pursue a career in some aspect of rehabilitation psychology/neuropsychology.
The University of Michigan’s reputation for rehabilitation medicine is nationally known for excellence in clinical services, education and research. A more comprehensive description of this fellowship can be found at [link to come].
Applicants should have completed all requirements for a PhD or PsyD and be eligible for a limited license in Michigan with preference given to those trained in an APA-accredited doctoral program. The fellowship offers a competitive stipend plus an excellent benefits package. Notification will follow the Uniform Notification Date (see online brochure). Send a letter of interest, CV, a copy of 2 relevant and representative clinical reports (de-identified) and three letters of recommendation to: Jeffrey Evans, Ph.D., Division of Rehabilitation Psychology and Neuropsychology, Dept. of PM and R, 325 E. Eisenhower Pkwy, Ann Arbor, MI 48108; Fax: 734.936.7048; phone: 734.936.7052. Email: email@example.com.