Fellowships and Internships
Developmental Medicine (ACGME)
Developmental Medicine fellows will acquire comprehensive knowledge and skills to become leaders in the field of developmental-behavioral pediatrics and establish expertise in interdisciplinary service and research. Fellows will gain a solid foundation in public health knowledge related to developmental-behavioral issues, training in the Life Course, and develop advocacy skills.
Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND)
Our LEND program offers collaborative interdisciplinary training focused on improving the health of children with neurodevelopmental disabilities and special healthcare needs.
Psychology postdoctoral fellows are trained in a twelve-month supervised experience. Fellows will achieve competence (clinical, assessment, consultation, and research) in pediatric disabilities. All postdoctoral fellows participate in the LEND program.
Predoctoral trainees will receive individualized and coordinated training in assessment and intervention with children with developmental disabilities and their families. Training is conducted at the Developmental and Behavioral Pediatric Clinic (Kirch Developmental Services Center) and Mt. Hope Family Center.
Undergraduate Research Internships
Undergraduate interns will have the opportunity to help with studies testing behavioral interventions for children with autism spectrum disorder. This is an excellent opportunity for students considering graduate school or careers in psychology or education.