Information for Air Force Applicants

Active-duty military incur a service obligation of seven years (4 years for time at USU + 3 years for internship). Internships and post-doctoral fellowships are not credited toward satisfying this obligation. Interested applicants in the Air Force should contact the individuals listed below for details.

US Air Force Student Representative at USUHS
Nicholas Moorehead, 1st Lt, USAF
Email Contact:
(Contact for specific questions about the clinical psychology program for Air Force students, what it's like to be enrolled in the USUHS program, and the program application process).
Air Force Personnel Center Biomedial Sciences Corps Education Manager
Michelle L. Cardassi
BSC Utilization & Education Branch
JBSA-Randolph AFB, TX
DSN: 665-2775  Comm: (210) 565-2775
(Contact for more information about specific steps that you need to take as an Active Duty service member. She can give you further guidance as to the time on station requirement, release from your functional at AFPC, and command approval. )
Surgeon General Consultant, Clinical Psychology
Robert B. Rottschafer, Col, USAF, BSC
Board Certified Clinical Psychologist (Prescribing)
AF/SG Clinical Psychology Consultant
Deputy Chief, Behavioral Health Clinical Support Team
Medical Affairs/Clinical Support Division
Defense Health Agency, Falls Church, VA
COMM: 703-681-6802

(Contact for general information about being an Air Force Clinical Psychologist and the Air Force Psychology community, not related to the USUHS application.)