PM&R Psychology and Neuropsychology Fellowship and Externship Programs

The Division of Rehabilitation Psychology and Neuropsychology in the Johns Hopkins Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) offers several specialty postdoctoral fellowship programs and predoctoral externships. Our clinical fellowships offer a major area of study in Rehabilitation Psychology or Neuropsychology.

We are accepting applications for our rehabilitation psychology and neuropsychology fellowships. Deadline for application materials is December 8 at 11:59 p.m. E.T. Please see our handbook below for program information, rotation descriptions, and policies.

Download our Fellowship Handbook (.docx)

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Overview | Programs | Directors | Fellows | Contact Us

Overview of PM&R Rehabilitation Psychology and Neuropsychology Fellowship Programs

Our Fellowships

You must complete all doctoral degree requirements, including dissertation and predoctoral internship, before the start of the program to be eligible for postdoctoral training. Proof of degree completion, a transcript or an official letter from your director of clinical training, must be received, ideally at least 30 days before your start date.

Please refer to our comprehensive Fellowship Handbook (docx) for history of the program, description of training sequence and rotations, and all policies and procedures.

Please use our application portal to apply for our fellowships.

Predoctoral Psychology Externships

For information about our predoctoral psychology externships, please visit our externships page.

Program Directors

Meet our Psychology Fellows

Rehabilitation Psychology and Neuropsychology fellows in our programs demonstrate impressive and diverse training backgrounds, clinical excellence, research scholarship and advocacy activities. They engage in mentored clinical care and research and present their work in high-quality peer-reviewed journals (e.g., PM&R, Archives of PM&R, Rehabilitation Psychology, The Journal of Pain, Health Psychology) and at national and international conferences (e.g., rehabilitation psychology, International Neuropsychological Society and US Association for the Study of Pain conferences).

Contact Us

Please let us know if you have questions about postdoctoral fellowships in the Division of Rehabilitation Psychology and Neuropsychology.

For general inquiries, email [email protected]. For program-specific questions, contact the relevant program directors listed on each program page.