Harvard Medical School (MA): Clinical Neuropsychologist

Harvard Medical School (MA): Clinical Neuropsychologist

Harvard Medical School

Brigham And Women¹s Hospital

Departments Of Psychiatry/Neurology

The Division of Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology at Brigham and Women¹s Hospital and Harvard Medical School are recruiting a full-time, early career clinical neuropsychologist to develop a clinical practice based primarily at our South Shore Hospital campus in Weymouth, MA, a fully integrated division of Brigham Neurology. The neuropsychologist will collaborate closely with neurological specialists in movement disorders, epilepsy, sleep, stroke, and dementia. Candidates should have a strong record as a clinician and promise as a clinical researcher. There will be opportunities to participate in clinical research and develop teaching activity. Academic appointment is anticipated at the Instructor or Assistant Professor rank through Harvard Medical School.

Candidates must hold a Ph.D. or Psy.D. degree from an APA/CPA accredited Clinical Psychology or Neuropsychology doctoral program, have completed an APA/CPA accredited Internship, and have completed a two year post-doctoral training experience in Clinical Neuropsychology that conforms to the Houston Conference criteria. The candidate must be licensed or license-eligible in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. It is expected that the candidate will be board eligible in Clinical Neuropsychology and will attain Board Certification by the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP/ABCN) within three years.

Interested applicants should email a letter of interest, current CV, and the names of three references to:

Aaron Nelson Ph.D., ABPP

Chief of Psychology and Neuropsychology

Brigham and Women¹s Hospital

Division of Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology

221 Longwood Avenue

Boston MA 02115


Harvard Medical School and Brigham & Women¹s Hospital are Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action employers.  We are actively committed to increasing the diversity of our faculty.  Women and members of underrepresented minority groups are therefore strongly encouraged to apply.