The Behavioral Medicine Team at Cooper University Hospital now offers two separate one- to two-year post-doctoral fellowships. Each maintains a focus in health psychology. Details are as follows:
- The post-doctoral fellowship in Behavioral Medicine provides training in a variety of settings, starting with the inpatient consultation-liaison service for medical patients and expanding to integration of psychological supports into pediatric and adult medical clinics across the health system. There are opportunities for supervision of externs and interns as well as varied training opportunities for faculty, residents, and medical students. Elective clinical opportunities are tailored related to individual desire of fellow with previous specializations in oncology, cardiology, and this year neurology. We anticipate accepting applications for this position in Fall of 2020.
- New February 2020! Post-doctoral fellowship in the Infectious Disease Early Intervention Program clinic. This position offers the same training opportunities offered in the general track, focusing on the specific infectious disease clinic. This clinic is committed to improving the health and well-being of those infected with or affected by HIV in southern New Jersey through high-quality, compassionate medical care and support services, community education, and early detection regardless of ability to pay. Learn more or apply now!