Fellows Program Nomination
Fellow status within HNS is an honor that acknowledges remarkable contributions to the field of cultural neuropsychology that have garnered national or international renown. Fellows are members of the HNS who are in good standing and have advanced the science and profession of cultural neuropsychology. Fellow status entails that an individual’s career be distinguished in some in the following areas: active research program, scholarly publications, teaching/mentoring, professional service and leadership within the HNS, advancement of the field of cultural neuropsychology, and distinction as an evidence-based clinician.
Upon award of Fellow status, HNS Fellows are expected to continue serving the field through leadership in the HNS, mentor more junior members of the HNS, participate in the HNS community and organizational activities, and maintain their membership in the HNS. Akin to all HNS professional members, HNS Fellows may hold elected office and serve on committees or task forces.
HNS Fellow Eligibility
Fellow status is considered for individuals who have:
1) been HNS professional members for at least 3 years and remain in good standing.
2) 10 years post-doctoral experience in clinical neuropsychology and recognized expertise in cultural neuropsychology as defined by their clinical, scholarly, and professional activity.
3) substantially contributed to the science and/or profession of cultural neuropsychology through distinguished research, scholarship, teaching/mentoring, leadership & service, and/or practice.