Current and Former Interns

Interns who complete our training program typically pursue careers in academic medical centers and academic departments of psychology.  Most graduating interns first complete a one to two year postdoctoral fellowship that further prepares them for the professional roles to which they aspire.  Some of our interns have been able to move directly into faculty positions in academic institutions.

In the past few years, our interns have been successful at obtaining fellowships at other institutions including University of Illinois at Chicago, Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, University of Minnesota, Johns Hopkins University, Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham & Women’s Hospital at Harvard University, Yale University, Stanford University, Rush University Medical Center, and the University of Miami.

Class of 2013-2014

Adult Psychology: Bethany Gee, Ryerson University
Adult Neuropsychology: Laura Benson, Illinois Institute of Psychology
Child Psychology/Pediatric Neuropsychology: Mary Iampietro, Temple University
Eating Disorders: Ellen Fitzsimmons-Craft, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

Class of 2012-2013

Adult Psychology: Yasmin Asvat, University of South Florida
Adult Neuropsychology: Jana Wingo, Loyola University Chicago
Child Psychology/Pediatric Neuropsychology: Matthew Lerner, University of Virginia
Eating Disorders: Anna Ciao, University of Hawai’i

Class of 2011-2012

Adult Psychology: Jenn Siva, University of Central Florida
Adult Neuropsychology: Lynette Silva, University of New Mexico
Child Psychology/Pediatric Neuropsychology: Lisa Jacola, University of Cincinnati
Eating Disorders: Alissa Haedt-Matt, University of Iowa

Class of 2010-2011

Adult Psychology: Nancy Beckman, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science
Adult Neuropsychology: Connie Myerson, University of Miami
Child Psychology/Pediatric Neuropsychology: Jillian Schuh, University of Connecticut
Eating Disorders: Kristen Culbert, Michigan State University