War Related Illness and Injury Study Center
DC WRIISC Training Opportunities
One of the Primary Goals of DC WRIISC is to provide educational training opportunities for clinicians in post-deployment health. We strive to meet this mission by offering fellowships, mentorships, and grand rounds. For more information on these training opportunities, please contact the DC WRIISC administrative office at (202) 745-8249.
DC WRIISC provides a variety of professional training opportunities for clinicians and researchers who desire advanced knowledge and skills related to the study and treatment of war-related illnesses and injuries. At this time, we offer two-year clinical fellowships in neuropsychology.
- Neuropsychology: This fellowship is a two year training program that teaches advanced skills in neuropsychological evaluation and consultation, with 50% of the fellow’s time devoted to research, and 50% devoted to clinical work. For more detailed information, please contact Dr. Matthew Reinhard at (202) 745-8249.
Our staff also serve as mentors and collaborators for students enrolled in graduate education programs at local area universities. In the past, WRIISC staff has mentored graduate public health, nursing students, psychology students, and medical students.
If you are interested in learning more about possible mentorships, please contact our DC WRIISC administrative office at (202) 745-8249.
Many of the WRIISC-DC Staff also provide grand round in-services on post-deployment related health issues.
If you are interested in scheduling a DC WRIISC post-deployment health grand round, please contact our DC WRIISC administrative office at (202) 745-8249.