Neuropsychologist, Toronto Western Hospital, Toronto, ON

March 21, 2023 3:22 PM | Diane LaChapelle (Administrator)

We are excited to announce that we are hiring a full-time neuropsychologist to join our neurosurgical interprofessional teams (epilepsy and movement disorders Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS)) at Toronto Western Hospital in Toronto, Canada.

The job description is as follows:

University Health Network (UHN) is looking for an experienced professional to fill the key role of Neuropsychologist in our Neuropsychology Clinic.

We are recruiting a Neuropsychologist who will specialize in assessment for patients in Krembil’s Neurosurgical Programs, primarily in Epilepsy and Movement Disorders/Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS). Each of these represent one of the largest interdisciplinary academic programs of their kind in North America. The Neuropsychologist plays a key role in patients’ trajectories through pre-surgical and post-surgical evaluation. Clinical responsibilities include: carrying out evidence-based neuropsychological assessments; providing diagnostic (i.e., neurocognitive profile) and prognostic (e.g., risk of post-surgical cognitive morbidity, neurocognitive trajectory) opinions to assist in treatment planning; writing reports and communicating information regarding assessment results and recommendations clearly to patients and families; and working collaboratively as a member of an interprofessional team. As a leading academic institution, our clinic also highly values active engagement in creating and disseminating new knowledge/clinical research, with protected research time (see We also recognize the importance of contributing to training all levels of learners including practicum students, interns, and clinical fellows.

• Completion of a Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology, preferably from a doctoral program accredited by the Canadian or American Psychological Associations
• Registration (or eligibility for registration) with the College of Psychologists of Ontario, with Neuropsychology as a designated competency
• Minimum one (1) year relevant post-doctoral experience in neuropsychological evaluation is preferred
• Proficiency in clinical interviewing and neuropsychological assessment with adults and seniors
• Excellent organizational, time-management, and oral and written communication skills
• Demonstrated ability to function independently within a patient-centered, interprofessional team
• Experience in clinical research design and analysis
• Training in the scientist-clinician model of care

For more information, contact Dr. Marta Statucka ( You can apply directly here: 

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