Clinical Research Grants Committee
The Clinical Research Grants Committee assists the NAN membership by selecting projects that focus on the practice of clinical neuropsychology and professional issues. The program funds work that, because of its clinical and applied emphasis, may be less likely to receive support funded through other grant mechanisms. The program seeks applications that will advance the profession of neuropsychology by enhancing general clinical knowledge and practice approaches. The Committee reviews applications and makes recommendations to the NAN Board of Directors for funding. Routine duties include issuing calls for grant proposals from the NAN membership, coordinating the review process with the committee members, and monitoring the grants throughout the year(s) of award. Click here
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Robert Roth, Ph.D.
Sara Lippa, Ph.D., Adam Gerstenecker, Ph.D., Matthew Wright, Ph.D., Preeti Sunderaraman, Ph.D., Christopher Stewart, Ph.D., Vidyulata Kamath, Ph.D., Andrew Kiselica, Ph.D., Dawn Mechanic-Hamilton, Ph.D., Rayna Hirst, Ph.D., Denise Carballea, M.S. (Trainee Member), Mark Fischer, Ph.D. (Trainee Member).