Alumnus Wins Early Career Award
Dr. Ben Hill, a faculty member at the University of South Alabama (USA) and clinical neuropsychologist, will be awarded the Early Career Award by the National Academy of Neuropsychology at the upcoming annual conference in Boston. This award is given annually by NAN to a researcher who has made substantial scholarly contributions to the field of neuropsychology within 10 years of receiving their doctoral degree. Dr. Hill graduated from the Clinical Psychology Program at LSU in 2008 and completed his postdoctoral fellowship in clinical neuropsychology at Brown University before coming to USA and the Combined Clinical & Counseling Psychology (CCP) Doctoral Program program in 2010. His research has focused on a number of topics within the field of clinical neuropsychology, and he mentors 3-4 doctoral students in the CCP program, all of whom are pursuing a specialization in neuropsychology. Congratulation to Dr. Hill for this recognition of his scholarly accomplishments!