Mayo Clinic - Rochester

APPCN MEMBER SINCE 1993

Mary M. Machulda, Ph.D., ABPP-Clinical Neuropsychology

Michael Zaccariello, Pn.D., ABPP-Clinical Neuropsychology – Pediatric Specialty

Clinical Neuropsychology Specialty Director
Mayo Clinic
Department of Psychiatry and Psychology
200 1st Street SW
Rochester, MN 55905
 
Telephone: 507-284-5916 
FAX: 507-284-4158
E-mail: Machulda.Mary@mayo.edu (Adult Emphasis) ; Zaccariello.Michael@mayo.edu (Pediatric Emphasis)

For information on our programs, visit our website at http://www.mayo.edu/msgme/residencies-fellowships/psychology-post-phd/medical-psychology-fellowship-minnesota

Program will do interviews at INS in 2017: Yes (onsite preferred for both Adult and Pediatric Specialty)

Policy regarding interviews: Select applicants will be invited for on-site interviews on: January 20, 2017; January 23. 2017 or January 27, 2017.

Clinical neuropsychology residency openings for 2017: 2 (1 Adult; 1 Pediatric)

2017 application deadline: December 16, 2016
2017 Resident start date: July 1, 2017 (negotiable)

Clinical Neuropsychology Residency positions: 3

Residency/fellowship positions in psychology:  9

Clinical neuropsychologists: 13
With ABCN/ABPP: 11
With ABRP/ABPP: 1

APA Accreditation Status: Accredited through 2019 in Medical Psychology with Specialty Practice Programs in Clinical Neuropsychology, Clinical Health Psychology, and Clinical Child Psychology.

Graduate training of residency applicants:

Preferred: Clinical Psychology, Neuropsychology, Counseling Psychology
Not Accepted: Non APA approved graduate programs or internships

Primary emphasis: Adult and Pediatric

Emphases of training opportunities:

Strong: Neuropsychological assessment, Neuropsychological consultation, Neuropsychological rehabilitation, Research, Rehabilitation psychology, Group based interventions
Moderate: Individual Psychotherapy
Weak: Forensics, Supervision by resident of other providers

Availability of patient populations:

Strong: general medical conditions, neurodegenerative disease, brain injury, stroke, epilepsy, oncology, developmental disorders, genetic disorders, ADHD/LD
Moderate:  psychiatric disorders, multiple sclerosis
Weak: HIV/AIDS, racial/ethnic minorities

updated 10/17/2016