We offer three tracks, each with a slightly different focus. In all tracks, neuropsychology residents complete four six-month rotations.
These supervised experiences teach trainees to conduct comprehensives neuropsychological examinations and interventions with patients who have known or suspected central nervous system dysfunction. A brief description of each track is provided below:
- Pediatric Neuropsychology -- General Track
This track offers a wide range of opportunities in diverse settings, including outpatient neuropsychological assessment through the oncology and congenital specialty clinics, inpatient rehabilitation, the Kennedy Krieger School, and the Center for Autism and Related Disorders.
- Pediatric Neuropsychology -- Outpatient Track
This track offers a range of outpatient opportunities and provides the resident with the opportunity to participate in four different outpatient specialty clinics. In addition to rotations at the Kennedy Krieger School and Center for Autism and Related Disorders, the track includes two outpatient rotations, each involving experiences in two specialty clinics (one combining in the congenital and epilepsy/brain injury specialty clinics, and one combining experiences through the oncology and executive functioning specialty clinics).
- Pediatric Neuropsychology -- Neurorehabilitation Track
This track offers a range of opportunities within the Kennedy Krieger Institute's rehabilitation continuum of care, including the inpatient rehabilitation unit, specialized transition program, and Neurorehabilitation Concussion Clinic. The resident also has experiences through specialty clinics in the department of neuropsychology, including epilepsy/brain injury, oncology, and congenital).