Being a member of the Student Committee of the American Academy of Pediatric Neuropsychology provides opportunities to be involved in the academic community, work collaboratively with fellow faculty, practitioners, and graduate students in pediatric neuropsychology across the nation, access training modules, and promote progress in the field.
Pepperdine University, Los Angeles, CA
Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Colorado Medical School/Colorado Children's Hospital
Post-Doctoral Fellow, The Applied Psychology Group of Texoma
Vice - President
Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student Pacific University
School Psychology Doctoral Student Tulane University
Clinical Psychology Doctoral Student, Wright State University - School of Professional Psychology
Michael Wolff, Psy.D.
B.R.A.I.N.S., PLC, Grand Rapids, MI
Lori Wasserman, Ph.D.
Student Committee Board Liaison
Rebecca Bridges, Psy.D.
Thank you all for attending the conference this year. We had a great turnout and will continue to hope for an in-person conference for next year! Congratulations to the winners of the poster contest at the annual conference!See Spring 2022 Newsletter
SIPN participated in yet another successful online event for the AAPdN 7th Annual Conference. This year’s focus was “Advancing Pediatric Neuropsychological Practice Now and For the Future.” Our student presentations were robust, and many presented exciting and innovative research posters.See Spring 2021 Newsletter
Students in Pediatric Neuropsychology (SIPN) is the understudy student organization of the American Academy of Pediatric Neuropsychology. Active involvement with SIPN provides excellent opportunities to work collaboratively with faculty, practitioners, and graduate students in pediatric neuropsychology across the nation.See New Year 2022 Newsletter
The American Academy of Pediatric Neuropsychology Student Organization is a group within ABPdN. Our main goals are to represent the initiatives of ABPdN to student members, to advance the science of pediatric neuropsychology, and advance awareness of and participation in ABPdN.
There are many benefits of becoming a member of the Student Committee:
If you are interested in becoming a part of the Student Committee, please contact Ashley Nguyen at firstname.lastname@example.org.