Residents on the pediatric track in the Clinical Neuropsychology Residency conduct outpatient neuropsychological assessments on referral from pediatric neurology, oncology, neurosurgery, developmental pediatrics, physical medicine and rehabilitation, and psychiatry departments. Patient diagnoses can include seizure, epilepsy, concussion, traumatic brain injury, brain tumor, leukemia, stroke, chromosomal abnormalities, spina bifida, hydrocephalus or neurofibromatosis. Residents have expanding roles in clinical interview, testing, report writing and feedback to patient, family and referral sources as experience dictates. Caseload is two to three outpatient consultations per week. In addition, residents also participate in sub-rotations in neuro-oncology and physical medicine and rehabilitation take place at IU Health Riley Hospital for Children.