• Application Procedures

    The application process includes submission of the following components: statement of purpose; curriculum vitae; three letters of reference; two sample case reports; and graduate school transcripts. Materials should be submitted to: Daniel Tranel, PhD, Program Director.

    Electronically submit (via email as attachments) to:

    Other material that the candidate would like the Program Selection Committee to consider is welcome. Applications are due by January 1st of the year the fellowship begins. Applicants are notified of their status vis-à-vis our Program well in advance of the February meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, and arrangements are made to interview with our faculty at the INS meeting. Typically, we interview highly ranked applicants at INS. In addition, applicants may be invited for on-site interviews (before or after INS).

    Our Program participates in the APPCN Match Program. The APPCN match number for our Program is 9812. We rank all competitive applicants. Applicants are provided feedback about their status vis-à-vis our Program in accord with APPCN guidelines. The match process ultimately dictates which applicant(s) are accepted to our Program.