Undergraduates seeking research or clinical experience
Placements are regularly made for students obtaining course credit or volunteering in various labs. These opportunities can provide a mix of research and clinical experience helpful in meeting college requirements, preparing for graduate school, or exploring your future career interests. Please contact Dane Tudhope-Locklear at email@example.com with a letter of interest, references and a curriculum vitae.
Undergraduates seeking a graduate training program
OHSU does not offer a clinical psychology doctoral program, but students interested in cognitive and behavioral neurosicence research often enter the Behavioral Neuroscience doctoral program.
Graduate students seeking research or clinical experience
Numerous opportunities are available for clinical practica and research involvement. Please search the faculty page using the search terms to identify faculty members with clinical or research interests related to your needs and contact them directly with your inquires. For Graduate students interested in clinical internship, two accredited clinical psychology internships are offered on the Hill.
The Portland VA Medical Center Internship
a generalist clinical psychology internship that provides training in neuropsychology, chronic mental illness, PTSD, and primary care
The CDRC Internship
focused on pediatric psychology
Graduate students and Interns seeking post-doctoral fellowships
Numerous opportunities are available including, but not limited to the following:
- OHSU hosts two NIH funded T32 training grants for research that are affiliated with the Centers on Alcoholism and Methamphetamine. Learn more about the Behavioral Neuroscience postdoctorial training program
- The VA has several clinical postdoctoral slots in the areas of neuropsychology, palliative care and polytrauma.
- Research post doctoral positions frequently open up in individual faculty labs—use the key word search function in the faculty page to identify potential matches and contact those faculty members about any current opportunities.
Visit the Department of Behavioral Neuroscience