Position Clinical Neuropsychologist
Location Philadelphia, PA
Job Description CLINICAL

Thomas Jefferson University/Sidney Kimmel Medical College has an opening for a full-time Clinical Neuropsychologist to join a large hospital-based neuropsychology division within the Department of Neurology. This position will work closely with an internationally-known epilepsy treatment and surgery program. Responsibilities include conducting neuropsychological assessments for our inpatient epilepsy program, the hospital-wide consultation service, and the outpatient neuropsychology service which takes referrals from both Jefferson and Philadelphia area physicians. The patient referral base has an emphasis on epilepsy, but evaluations for the full range of neurologic disorders are conducted. The ideal candidate will have competencies within all areas of adult neuropsychological assessment relevant to a medical setting. A strong candidate will have the interest and skills to carry out neuropsychological research. Thomas Jefferson University provides a rich interdisciplinary environment with grand rounds, seminars, case conferences, and opportunities to collaborate with faculty across departments such as neurosurgery. Applicants must have a doctoral degree in Clinical Neuropsychology, and be at least ABPP/CN ready. Salary will be a commensurate with an Assistant Professor level. Interested applicants should send a CV and cover letter stating experience and interests. Following the initial interview, letters of recommendation and other materials will be requested.

Contact: Joseph I. Tracy, Ph.D., ABPP(CN). Director, Neuropsychology Division; Director, Cognitive Neuroscience and Brain Imaging Laboratory, Thomas Jefferson University/Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Jefferson Hospital for Neuroscience, 901 Walnut Street, Phila.,PA 19107, phone:#215-955-4661, e-mail: joseph.tracy@jefferson.edu.

Thomas Jefferson University is a nondiscriminatory/affirmative actual employer. Applications from members of ethnic and racial minority groups are encouraged.