The University of Vermont is pleased to announce an academic fellowship position in Clinical Neuropsychology. UVM is especially interested in scholars who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community and will help advance the university’s research and teaching goals. Candidates with a diverse cultural background enrich the diversity mission of the university and persons from traditionally underrepresented groups are strongly encouraged to apply.
This fellowship is offered as a joint appointment through the Department of Psychology and the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders in support of the interdisciplinary Undergraduate Neuroscience Program. The minimum criteria for this fellowship are a Ph.D. in clinical neuropsychology or related field (e.g., Clinical Psychology with a focus in neuropsychological assessment) and eligibility for licensure (i.e., current or future). Teaching expectations are one course in clinical neuropsychology and one additional course in the candidate’s area of specialty.
This fellowship position has the potential of transitioning into a tenure-track line. The University of Vermont has a strong neuroscience community engaged in Transdisciplinary research in Neuroscience Behavior and Health. Because of our comprehensive breadth, we offer a wide variety of research and clinical mentorship opportunities (e.g., from direct clinical applications to investigations of molecular processes) to support fellowship scholars reach their potential.
For more information, please contact Professor Michael Cannizzaro or visit the Henderson Fellowship’s website.
Michael S. Cannizzaro, PhD CCC-SLP
Associate Professor: University of Vermont
Department of Communication Sciences & Disorders
Undergraduate Neuroscience Program
The University of Vermont is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer. The Department is committed to increasing faculty diversity and welcomes applications from women, veterans and underrepresented ethnic, racial and cultural groups and from people with disabilities.
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