University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

Name of ProgramUniversity of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
First Year of APPCN Membership2012
Program AddressMariana E. Bradshaw, PhD, ABPP-CN, Dept of Neuro-Oncology
1515 Holcombe Blvd, Unit 431
Houston, TX 77030-4009
United States
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Director's Name and CredentialsMariana E. Bradshaw, PhD, ABPP-CN
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Director's Phone Number713-792-0232
Program's Primary ContactDirector
Primary Emphasis
  • Adult
Program Websitemdanderson.org
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Program Phone Number713-792-0232
Does Program Interview Applicants at INS?No
Does Program Offer Phone or Video Interviews?Yes
Does Program Offer On-Site Interviews?No
Additional Notes About InterviewsWe will not be recruiting for 2022
Application Deadline01/10
Residency Start Date09/01
Clinical Neuropsychology Adult Residency Openings For This Cycle0
Clinical Neuropsychology Residents In Program1
Clinical Neuropsychologists Full-Time4
Clinical Neuropsychologists Full-Time With ABPP4
Graduate Training of Residency Applicants (Preferred)clinical psychology with neuropsychology emphasis, neuropsychology
Graduate Training of Residency Applicants (Not Accepted)clinical psychology with no prior neuropsychology experience, experimental psychology, counseling psychology, school psychology, developmental psychology, behavioral medicine, health psychology
Emphases of Training Opportunities (Adult, Strong)Neuropsychological experience in a medically-complex patient population within a university-affiliated teaching hospital, along with specialty training rotations within a large multi-institutional medical center tailored to the Fellow’s interests. High quality didactic opportunities including formal medical school-based neurology and neuroanatomy courses.
Emphases of Training Opportunities (Adult, Moderate)Research opportunities
Emphases of Training Opportunities (Adult, Weak)Inpatient neuropsychological assessment, psychotherapy, forensics, teaching, pediatrics
Availability of Patient Populations (Adult, Strong)Medically complex patients, neuro-oncology (e.g., brain tumors), general oncology (e.g. neurotoxicity), geriatric/dementia.
Availability of Patient Populations (Adult, Moderate)Psychological/psychiatric comorbidities, cross cultural neuropsychology, stroke, general adult neurology. Through specialized rotations: brain injury including acute, subacute and outpatient neurorehabilitation patients, movement disorders, epilepsy, and private practice outpatients
Availability of Patient Populations (Adult, Weak)Pediatric
Last Updated10/07/2021
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