Postdoctoral Fellowship Training Program

Elizabeth McQuaid, PhD, ABPP, Director

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The Clinical Psychology Training Consortium in the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior (DPHB) at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University offers three types of postdoctoral fellowships. Investigator-funded fellowships, APA-accredited fellowships, and Institutional and Individual NIH-funded research fellowships which are listed below:

1)  APA-accredited fellowships. Barbara Tylenda, PhD, ABPP, Associate Director.  Primary emphasis on clinical training. These hospital-based fellowships are funded by hospitals. 

2) Investigator-funded fellowships. Geoffrey Tremont, PhD, ABPP-CN, Associate Director.  Primary emphasis on research or clinical training. These hospital-based fellowships are funded by individual faculty research grants. 

Click here for Investigator-Funded and APA-accredited Fellowship information

3) Institutional and Individual NIH-funded research fellowships are research fellowships funded through an NIH T32 Training Grant or through an Individual F32 Fellowship Grant. 

Click here for information on the NIH-funded T32 Research Fellowship information.

Fellowships which offer experiences in Integrated Primary Care/Behavioral Health are clearly noted on the Available Fellowships page. 


The Postdoctoral Fellowship Training Program is listed as a member of the Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC)

Clinically focused fellowships in the Adult, Child, Health Psychology/Behavioral Medicine, and Neuropsychology tracks are accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA).

The Brown Clinical Psychology Training Consortium is a member of the Academy of Psychological Clinical Science (APCS) and promotes a clinical science approach to training.