Clinical services will be conducted by the faculty member with psychometrist assistance, with the potential to expand to provide a clinical training rotation for advanced graduate students, interns, and postdoctoral fellows in the Department’s training programs. In future clinical training, the incumbent would be expected to provide direct supervision of trainees and to be committed to diversity initiatives. A key component of the position is involvement in interdisciplinary efforts throughout UF Health. The successful applicant will show dedication to the scientist-practitioner model of education and training and is expected to show commitment to fostering departmental goals through collaborative efforts and participation in Departmental decision-making. This is a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month position with the title of Clinical Assistant Professor.
The Department is a free-standing clinical psychology department within a CEPH-accredited college of Public Health, which allows it to establish its own missions in research, teaching, and service to the larger University community. The Department has over 40 core faculty, over 80 doctoral students, and two APA-accredited programs: a doctoral program in clinical psychology and a clinical internship in professional psychology. The Department has a 60-year history of providing APA-accredited doctoral and internship training in clinical psychology and advanced specialty-specific training in four major areas of study: Neuropsychology, Clinical Health Psychology, Clinical Child and Pediatric Psychology, and Cognitive and Emotion Neuroscience. The doctoral program has been ranked in the 93rd percentile by the National Research Council’s data-based ranking system.
UF is ranked as a top five U.S. public university and is a comprehensive Research I institution that includes a wide range of academic departments and programs (www.ufl.edu). The College of Public Health and Health Professions (www.phhp.ufl.edu) is part of the Academic Health Center (https://ufhealth.org/about-us), the country’s only academic health center with six health-related colleges located on a single, contiguous campus. Key relevant collaborations include the Departments of Neurology, Neuroscience, and Neurological Surgery, and strong affiliations with the McKnight Brain Institute, Fixel Institute for Neurological Diseases, the Center for Translational Research in Neurodegeneration, the Brain Injury and Neuroresilience Center, and the Brain Rehabilitation Research Center (BRRC) at the adjacent Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Research programs at the Academic Health Center generate more than half of UF’s total research awards. The UF Health Science Center is closely affiliated with UF Health, the University of Florida’s Health System. Within the healthcare system are an 850 bed teaching hospital, an 81-bed psychiatric hospital, a 40 bed comprehensive rehabilitation facility, and numerous outpatient and specialty clinics including a Psychology Specialties Clinic run by the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology. The Department has a strong legacy of collaborative research with other units in the Academic Health Center, and research and clinical resources to support leading-edge investigations and clinical services are plentiful.
Successful candidates must have completed specialty training in neuropsychology at the predoctoral, internship, and post-doctoral levels (2-year, prior to start of position), with the expectation of achieving Board Certification in Clinical Neuropsychology.
Successful candidates must be committed to working with diverse student and community populations and have experience in working with broad interdisciplinary teams at an academic health science center.
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