They do great things there, but job security lacks.
Pros: autonomy, no real micro-management, great professors/professionals in the field.
Cons: maybe a more streamlined training program for psychometrists, but ultimately it was a great experience.
Most research jobs are funded by grants, which places a lot of pressure for them to hire the right person, this is one reason why they drag their feet in the hiring process among other things. Working for a great medical center/school was a dream of mine, and something I really enjoyed. Being part of a great cause was the biggest reason I went there in addition to working with some of the best minds in the field of neuropsychology and neurology. I just wish it had worked out better, I did not possess the adequate amount of skill to complete the position that I was hired for. My boss was gracious enough to always have a private conversation with her in her office to talk about alternatives and eventually allowed me to resign which saved my ability to be rehired at UTSW.
While it didn't work out for me then, I still highly recommend UTSW. I volunteered for over a year as a researcher to get hired on full time.