American Neuropsychiatric Association (ANPA)

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The Neuropyschiatric Center of Chicago at Hartgrove Hospital

The Neuropsychiatric Center of Chicago at Hartgrove Hospital, located in Chicago, IL is currently recruiting a NEW Child Neuro-Psychiatrist to join their specialty team.  The Staff position is fulltime with a Monday – Friday schedule with a reasonable shared call requirement. Duties include admission evaluations, treatment planning and direct patient care.

The Neuropsychiatric Center of Chicago at Hartgrove Hospital is the only center in Chicago that provides personalized brain mapping and the only hospital in the nation to be awarded the Disease Specific Certification for Neuropsychiatric Services by the Joint Commission.  The Center takes a comprehensive and interdisciplinary approach to the assessment and treatment of brain-based dysfunction. Utilizing cutting-edge technology and evidence-based practice, the program identifies and addresses the neurobiological origin of emotional and behavioral problems that are commonly associated with disorders such as: Depression, Bipolar Disorde, Anxiety Disorder, Patients with a history of TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury), Chronic Headaches, Seizure Disorders, Other physical and chemical brain dysfunctions.

Our team of neuroscience experts will provide a comprehensive assessment of the neurological and psychological functioning of the individual in order to gain better insight into the individual’s brain functioning and it’s connection with the individual’s clinical presentation. The approach provided by our team is based on science, but guided by compassion; with the ultimate goal to minimize medication trial-and-error and provide more positive outcomes in a shorter period of time.

  • The foundation of the Neuropsychiatric Center of Chicago’s treatment approach is a detailed and comprehensive neuropsychological evaluation, which guides subsequent treatment by assessing the following: Cognitive strengths and limitations
  • Mood and personality disturbances
  • Areas of brain dysfunction and imbalance

Quantitative EEG is a state-of-the-art method of observing brain functioning that allows our team to obtain specific information about brain activity. This information then allows the treatment team to provide the most effective, holistic therapy along with any necessary medication to meet the unique needs of each patient.

Benefits include: Competitive salary, Bonus opportunity, Malpractice reimbursement, Health insurance, dental, vision benefits and more, Paid Time Off, CMEs

Requirements: Board Eligible/Board Certified in Neuro-Psychiatry required, Board Eligible/Certified in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry preferred; Illinois license or ability to obtain licensure

Hartgrove Behavioral Health System is located in just minutes from downtown Chicago!  You can enjoy top sports teams, an internationally-renowned symphony orchestra, spectacular live theater, celebrated architecture, thousands of restaurants, local academia (Northwestern University) and outdoor fun with Lake Michigan in your backyard.  Hartgrove Behavioral Health System is owned and operated by a subsidiary of Universal Health Services (UHS) and the website is  For more information please contact Victoria Miller, In-House Physician Recruiter, at or by phone at 866-227-5415 x 225. 

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center (WFBMC)

WFBMC seeks candidates for its first Christian McCreary Professor of Cyclic Mood Disorders.  The successful candidate for this newly endowed professorship will be responsible for developing a scientific program for understanding bipolar disorders, highly recurrent depressive disorders, or treatment-resistant depression. Preference will be given to candidates whose work can facilitate better treatment options. The medical center has unparalleled resources in its Translational Science Institute, Molecular and Dynamic Neuroimaging, Neuroscience programs, and Clinical Psychiatry.  The ideal candidate will have a highly regarded basic, translational, and/or clinical research background, with a track record of scholarly achievements, extramural funding and peer-reviewed publications; be a creative and visionary thinker; have proven organizational skills to lead multidisciplinary teams, and have the appropriate qualifications for an appointment at the Associate or full Professor level (MD or PhD) for the faculty of Wake Forest School of Medicine.
WFBMC is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer with a strong commitment to achieving diversity among its faculty and staff.

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center (WFBMC) is a nationally recognized, fully integrated academic medical center and health system located in central North Carolina. Employing over 13,000 people, including more than 1000 faculty members at the Wake Forest School of Medicine, and 530 adjunct and clinical faculty in the community, it is the largest employer in Forsyth County (Winston Salem), North Carolina.  The Medical Center consists of the clinical health system and tertiary hospitals, Wake Forest School of Medicine, Wake Forest Innovations, a commercialization enterprise, and a network of affiliated community-based hospitals, physician practices and outpatient services. Its mission is to improve the health of the region, state and nation through patient care, research and education. WFBMC is a major research and innovation center making important contributions to biomedical and health science research and education nationally and internationally. Over the past five fiscal years, its Product Innovation and Commercialization Services, have ranked within the top five academic technology transfer offices in the nation for licensing income. The School of Medicine directs the education of approximately 1,800 students, residents and fellows including physicians, basic scientists and allied clinical professionals. The graduate school offers MD, PhD and MS degrees, as well as five joint-degree programs. The school’s faculty focuses on pioneering breakthroughs in advanced medicine, basic science and leading-edge health care technologies. The school is a leader in driving discoveries, with a particular focus on cell development and therapy, metabolism, cognition, aging, diabetes, obesity, cancer and regenerative medicine.
Candidates and nominees may reply in confidence to: Linda Porrino, PhD, Professor and Chair, Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, Direct line: 336-716-8590, email:

Fontana Medical Center in Southern California’s Inland Empire
Neuropsychologist (Bilingual)

In this role, you will perform psychological assessments of adults, adolescents, and children who have been referred for evaluation. You will administer, score, and interpret psychometric and projective tests, as well as other psycho-diagnostic techniques and behavior observations. It will be your responsibility to determine the urgency of the member's needs and provide a professional interpretation of the member's presentation, recommend a course of therapeutic action, and select the appropriate treatment modality.

Qualifications for this position include the following:
•    Bilingual (English/Spanish) Level II
•    Doctorate degree from an American Psychological Association (APA) accredited university with specialization in a field of clinical or counseling psychology
•    Current license as a psychologist by the California Board of Behavioral Examiners
•    Two or more years of post-graduate experience in a behavioral health setting; internship in an APA-approved program preferred
•    Experience in neuropsychology
•    Experience with testing all age ranges

For immediate consideration, please e-mail resume to and visit for complete qualifications and job submission details, referencing job number 228133. Principals only. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.

This position supports Kaiser Permanente’s code of conduct and compliance by adhering to all laws and regulations, accreditation and licensure requirements, and internal policies and procedures.

The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Department of Psychiatry
Columbus, Ohio

The Department of Psychiatry at The Ohio State University (OSU) is actively recruiting a highly motivated, academically oriented psychiatrists special interest and experience in neuropsychiatry, neurocognitive disorders, and/or traumatic brain injury. Leadership opportunities and resources are available for qualified candidates with ambitions to build an academically strong section of neuropsychiatry and foster the development of a robust program of research and training. Salary is highly competitive, with bonus potential and an excellent benefits package.

Please direct queries to:  
John V. Campo, MD
Professor and Chair, Department of Psychiatry
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Columbus, Ohio 43210
Office (614) 685-5602

Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Baylor College of Medicine

The Beth K. and Stuart C. Yudofsky Division of Neuropsychiatry (“the Division”) in the Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences (“the Department”) at Baylor College of Medicine (“BCM”) invites applications for the Beth K. and Stuart C. Yudofsky Chair in Behavioral Neuroscience (“the Chair”). Responsibilities of this endowed chair include developing and sustaining a neuropsychiatrically-informed human subject-oriented research program that complements the patient-oriented research, clinical, and educational endeavors within the Division and its affiliates. The Chair will possess expertise in the research application of cognitive, psychological, neurophysiologic, and/or neuroimaging techniques to study brain function in health and disease. The Chair will be a key member of the leadership, research, and educational team within the Division and in the Department at BCM, and will contribute substantively to activities that support the Division’s mission, vision, and strategic goals.

Minimum qualifications include a doctorate degree in experimental psychology or neuropsychology, extensive experience in the study of neuropsychiatric function in health and disease, and academic accomplishments that support appointment as Professor with Tenure at BCM. Success obtaining extramural research support is a required component of the successful candidate’s academic portfolio. Candidates are expected to possess experience in research administration, program development, strong academic leadership skills, and transdisciplinary collaboration, and outstanding interpersonal and communication skills.

To apply officially for this position, please visit and apply directly to 233143NR. Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access/Affirmative Action employer.

You may email questions to:
T. Angelita Garcia, MBA
Division Administrator, Beth K. and Stuart C. Yudofsky Division of Neuropsychiatry
Baylor College of Medicine

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