The Center for theDeveloping Brain Diagnostic Imaging & Radiology Clinical Neuropsychologist
The Center for the Developing Brain has an opening for a Clinical Neuropsychologist position. The goal of our Center is to study normal development and understand the causes and consequences of early life brain injury in the high-risk fetus, preterm and full-term infant. Our research focuses on applying advanced MRI tools to understand the origins of early life brain injury on long-term neurodevelopmental outcomes (www.DevelopingBrainResearchLab), and support the development of early MRI biomarker discovery.
We are seeking a Clinical Neuropsychologist towork in the neurodevelopmental outcome arm of our research center. The successful applicant will join our multidisciplinary team of clinicians and scientists in biomedical engineers, computer scientists, MRI physicists, neuroscientists, neuroradiologists, neurologists, and neonatologists. Applicants for this position must have a PhD or PsyD, licensed in Washington, DC, and Virginia, and specialize in assessment of infants and children with acute and chronic medical conditions, and neurodevelopmental delays and disabilities. The candidate will evaluate children from birth to 6 years of age who are at risk for, or are exhibiting, neurodevelopmental delays or differences; will have knowledge in the diagnosis and treatment in the area of expertise, and actively participate in grant-funded studies. We are looking for a candidate with strong communication skills, who will work well within a diverse and dynamic environment.
Applicants should send their curriculum vitae and contact information for at least three references to Dr. Catherine Limperopoulos: email@example.com
Applications and requests for further information should be sent to: Catherine Limperopoulos, PhD ector, Center for the Developing Brain Vice Chief of Research, Division of DiagnosticImaging and Radiology Co-Director of Research, Division of Neonatology Children's National Health System George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences firstname.lastname@example.org