Clinical Neuropsychologist

  • Full Time
  • Columbus Ohio
  • Competitive salary, please inquire directly to Dr. McEntyre USD / Year

Website The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

The Division of Rehabilitation Psychology in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Ohio State University is seeking to hire a Neuropsychologist with interest and experience in the assessment of patients with acquired disabilities from neurological and musculoskeletal injuries or medical conditions. Duties will entail working with a team of rehabilitation psychologists and neuropsychologists. Outpatient neuropsychological assessments are primarily for rehabilitation populations (e.g., stroke, mild to severe TBI and other forms of acquired brain injury) with strong emphasis on recommendations for return to work and ongoing treatment needs. While primary duties would include outpatient neuropsychological assessment, if there is an interest in outpatient psychotherapy/treatment this can be accommodated.  The faculty rank will be in accordance with the candidate’s qualifications.   We offer highly competitive pay, malpractice insurance and a great benefits package which includes a yearly CME fund. We are also a Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program Qualified Employer!

The Division of Rehabilitation Psychology currently includes 12 faculty members.  Three faculty members focus the majority of their time on research, while eight provide inpatient and outpatient services to specialized programs in stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, general rehabilitation, chronic pain, cancer, burn and neuromodulation. Seven of the Division’s psychologists have achieved board certification from the American Board of Professional Psychology in the area of Rehabilitation Psychology and 2 are board certified in Clinical Neuropsychology. Faculty participates in training of Post-Doctoral Fellows in the Division of Rehabilitation Psychology, as well as Residents in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.  Ohio State’s Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) has been an industry leader for more than 50 years. U.S. News & World Report has ranked our Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation as one of the top programs in America and Newsweek recently ranked Dodd Rehabilitation Hospital #1 in Ohio for best Physical Rehabilitation Center. We are one of only five centers in the nation chosen to participate in the NeuroRecovery Network, which uses activity-based therapies for spinal cord injury rehabilitation.  Current faculty members in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation have established research programs in traumatic brain and spinal cord injury. Our researchers recently received an NIH grant for their UG3/UH3 project called “Comparing treatment approaches to promote inpatient rehabilitation effectiveness for traumatic brain injury (CARE4TBI). Ohio State University is one of the nation’s 16 sites funded under TBI Model Systems.  Our TBI Model System has been in place since 1997.  Our researchers also have a track record of funding through other federal and philanthropic sources.  We have been engaged in patient-centered and patient-guided research since the early 1990s, marked by the formation of the Ohio Valley Center Advisory Council in 1993.


·        Successfully completed accredited post-doctoral degree program in Psychology and post-doctoral fellowship

·        Board certified or eligible in Rehabilitation Psychology or Clinical Neuropsychology

·        Keen interest in academic medicine

·        Experience/interest in neuropsychological assessment in rehabilitation populations (e.g., stroke, TBI, etc.).


Environment & Culture:

The Ohio State University along with its academic partner the Wexner Medical Center are located in Columbus, Ohio, the state capitol and the 14th largest city in the United States. From historic communities and suburban living to college crowds and nightlife, Columbus is a friendly Midwestern town with metropolitan style. With easy commutes and low cost of living relative to comparable metropolitan areas, central Ohio has a temperate climate where fall and spring delight while summers are not too oppressively hot or humid and winters are not too cold or snowy. The city is renowned for its leading technological companies, vast academic resources, thriving industry, an eclectic mix of entertainment, dining and shopping, and easily accessible opportunities for sports and recreation for participants and fans alike. The university and medical center are home to an exciting, growth-oriented culture of innovation and discovery. Together, these entities have established a bold vision to ensure that the university will be among the leading public universities in the nation for research and creative expression to address critical societal challenges and that the medical center will pioneer breakthrough health care solutions to improve people’s lives. For more on Columbus, please visit


For consideration, please send CV along with a cover letter to:
·        Natalie Kessinger | Physician Recruiter |

·        Wanda McEntyre, PhD, ABPP; Division Director-Rehabilitation Psychology;


The Ohio State University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status.

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