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POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP IN PEDIATRIC ANXIETY/ DEPRESSION CLINICAL RESEARCH STUDIES AND IMPLEMENTATION SCIENCE (posted 2/14/17)

 
Applications are being accepted for a clinical-research post‑doctoral position in childhood anxiety/depression and implementation science. Applicants must have a doctorate in a relevant area of study, excellent oral and written communication skills, experience in conducting clinical research and data analysis, experience in school/community settings, and training in cognitive-behavior therapy preferred. The applicant should have the organizational skills necessary to manage the daily operations of a large-scale randomized controlled trial implemented in numerous schools/clinics. The fellow will be involved in all aspects of the study including (but not limited to): recruitment, outreach, training, supervision of study staff, and data management and analysis, manuscript preparation, and publications. Opportunities for grant writing and transition to faculty are possible. Also, post-doctoral fellows may have an opportunity to contribute to ongoing projects at the Child Health and Development Institute of Connecticut (CHDI; pending funding).
 
CHDI is an independent, non-profit subsidiary of the Children’s Fund of Connecticut, which works in partnership with state and regional agencies, hospitals, and universities to improve the quality of care for all children. CHDI also functions as an intermediary organization to develop, train, disseminate, evaluate, and expand effective models of practice in children’s mental health, juvenile justice, education, and other systems (see website: chdi.org). 
 
Start date for fellowship is flexible. Interested applicants should send an email with their curriculum vitae, up to three published research papers, a brief statement of research interests and goals, and three letters of recommendations to Golda S. Ginsburg, Ph.D. at the University of Connecticut Health, Department of Psychiatry: gginsburg@uchc.edu

Part-time Research Position in Harvard Study of Youth Mental Health (in Connecticut) (posted 2/5/17)

 
Applications are invited for a half-time research position in Connecticut (New Haven, Hartford, and Waterbury areas), to work with Professor John Weisz at the Harvard Lab for Youth Mental Health in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University.  Ongoing research at the Harvard Lab for Youth Mental Health includes:
 
 
·         Randomized trials testing psychotherapies for children and adolescents, encompassing anxiety, depression, and conduct-related problems and disorders.
 
·         Research testing various methods of implementing and disseminating youth psychotherapies in clinic and school contexts. 
 
·         Development and evaluation of web-based systems for monitoring youth response to treatment, with feedback used to guide therapists. 
 
·         Meta-analyses of youth psychotherapy outcome research.
 
The paid part-time position, beginning immediately, involves coordinating and conducting psychological and psychophysiological assessments with clinically-referred children aged 7-15 and their caregivers (training and supervision will be provided). The position will include an appointment as Fellow in the Department of Psychology, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, at Harvard University and will afford valuable clinical research experience. The position may be ideal for a current graduate student who has flexible hours, or for a post-baccalaureate individual interested in later graduate study. Driving to and from assessment sites will be necessary, so a car will be needed and expense reimbursement will be provided. If interested, please contact Dr. Gabriela Hungerford (ghungerford@fas.harvard.edu) and Dr. Heather MacPherson (hmacpherson@fas.harvard.edu) at the Harvard Psychology Department, with your CV and a brief letter of interest.

Pediatric Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowships (September 2017- August 2018), Connecticut Children’s Medical Center/Hartford Hospital IOL, Hartford, CT (posted 11/20/16, deadline 1/15/17)

We are adhering to the APPIC established uniform notification date of February 27, 2017.
 
These 3 full-time, one year fellowships provide a particular focus in pediatric psychology at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, an acute-care children’s hospital.  The fellowship is in partnership with The Institute of Living, a private, not for profit psychiatric hospital with long established APA-approved internships and post-doctoral fellowships.  The three positions are as follows: Pediatric Inpatient Consultation/Liaison, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, and Pediatric Pain and Palliative Medicine.
 
1. Pediatric Inpatient Consultation/Liaison
The fellow works closely with pediatric psychologists and two child & adolescent psychiatrists with specialty practice in consultation/liaison.  Advanced training is provided in the understanding of major pediatric illnesses, required medical regimens, and the comorbidity of psychiatric problems in medical populations (e.g., Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, Pain Management).  The fellow participates in clinical assessments and the management of recommendations for hospitalized patients.  The fellow is encouraged and supported to take a leadership role with other trainees, including psychology interns, general psychiatry residents, pediatric residents, and medical students.  The fellow participates in establishing and revising treatment plans.  Skills in the role of consultant and managing systems needs are emphasized.
 
The fellow in pediatric consultation/liaison is expected to meet the following training objectives:
  • Advanced competence in rapid psychological assessment and treatment recommendations for a wide variety of medically hospitalized children
  • Developing and maintaining effective collaborative professional relationships
  • Completion of one or more scholarly and/or clinical projects of pediatric relevance.  Current examples include revision of the eating disorder protocol, providing training to staff on meal support intervention, pilot project for adolescents with diabetes and their parents on medical adherence, and development of a behavioral protocol for delirium.
  • Appropriate disposition and case management for psychiatrically impaired children after they have been medically stabilized.
  • Increase leadership skills through supervision experiences, participation in multidisciplinary teams, and providing a central role in the triage and completion of consultation requests from inpatient subspecialty services.
  • Provide brief, problem-focused interventions to selected inpatient pediatric patients initially evaluated and treated through the consultation/liaison service.
Contact: Barbara Rzepski, PhD brzepsk@connecticutchildrens.org
 
2. Pediatric Hematology/Oncology
The Cancer and Blood Disorders center at CCMC is a nationally recognized for treatment of children of all ages, from infancy to early adulthood. Our comprehensive Cancer and Blood Disorders Center offers pediatric patients exceptional clinical care, access to novel therapies and clinical trials, family support programs and a state-of-the-art outpatient infusion center. CCMC’s solid tumor program is one of the few pediatric cancer programs in the country with a dedicated team. The team collaborates with regional and national committees to develop novel therapies for children with solid tumor malignancies. The solid tumor program is nationally recognized among basic science and clinical research efforts. In addition, the fellow will be actively a part of the Supportive Care Program, which is dedicated to improving the physical, emotional, cognitive, and social health of children with cancer and blood disorders through family-centered care, research, education, and advocacy. This program collaborates with medical providers and researchers on a regional and national basis to provide state-of-the-art supportive care for oncology and hematology patients. The program has been recognized nationally for its clinical care and research efforts.
 
The postdoctoral fellow will acquire advanced training in the understanding of oncologic disorders, required medical regimens, and working within a multidisciplinary team.  The training emphasizes developing skills to promote evidenced-based intervention, adherence, and positive coping among families. The fellow participates in establishing and revising assessment and treatment plans for both inpatient and outpatient families. 
 
The fellow in pediatric hematology/oncology is expected to meet the following training objectives:
  • Advanced competence in psychological assessment and treatment in hematology/oncology for a variety of families and conditions.
  • Develop and maintain effective collaborative professional relationships
  • Completion of one or more scholarly and/or clinical projects of pediatric hematology/oncology relevance.
  • Increase leadership skills through supervision experiences, participation in multidisciplinary teams, and providing a central role in the triage and completion of consultation requests from the inpatient team.
  • Complete cognitive/neuropsychological screening of cancer and sickle cell patients.
  • Carry an outpatient caseload of hematology/oncology patients and develop an expertise in chronic illness and palliative care treatment models.
  • Attend weekly supervision, seminars, psychosocial rounds, medical rounds, and clinical didactics
Contact: Emily Kutner, PhD (860)837-5222 or ekutner@connecticutchildrens.org
 
3. Pediatric Pain and Palliative Medicine
The Division of Pain and Palliative Medicine in the Department of Pediatrics at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center and the Department of Psychology of The Institute of Living (IOL) is offering a pediatric pain psychology postdoctoral fellowship position for the 2017-2018 academic year. The position is a one year fellowship with potential for a second year option for advanced research fellowship based on the matching of fellow and program interests.  The position will include participation in outpatient pediatric chronic pain multidisciplinary evaluations, which consists of a team evaluation of pediatricians, a pediatric anesthesiologist, an advanced practice nurse (APRN), physical/occupational therapists and nurses.  Additional responsibilities include individualized and group outpatient treatment of youth with chronic pain. The fellow will have 30% protected research time allocated to ongoing research activities in an NIH funded multicenter randomized control intervention trial for adolescents with juvenile fibromyalgia (JFM).  The fellow will be provided with research mentoring and will be encouraged to develop an independent research project as part of the training year.  
 
The fellow in pediatric pain will be expected to meet the following training objectives by the end of the training year:
  • Effectively communicate biopsychosocial and non-dualistic model of pain symptoms to patients, families and other professionals
  • Understand the role of physical therapy and reconditioning in the process of rehabilitation or health maintenance (desensitization, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, etc.)
  • Understand basic pharmacology (benefits, side effects) and pharmacokinetics of analgesics
  • Understand the role of complementary and alternative therapy for pain management (acupuncture, hypnosis, biofeedback, music therapy, art therapy, etc.)
  • Be aware of functional, educational, and vocational rehabilitation intervention resources  (e.g., formal and informal accommodations, need for special education services, etc.) and help with advocating for patient needs within school environments
  • Understand the concept of hospice and palliative care
Contact: Please contact both Jessica Guite, PhD jguite@connecitcutchildrens.org and Emily Wakefield, PsyD ewakefield@connecticutchildrens.org with any questions.  Interested applicants in the Pediatric Pain Fellowship are requested to send a research writing sample (e.g. abstract from a dissertation, master’s thesis, a poster or manuscript) directly to Drs. Guite and Wakefield.
 
All pediatric psychology postdoctoral fellows will attend Supervision, Seminars, and Clinical Didactics:
The fellows will receive weekly individual supervision with the pediatric psychologists at Connecticut Children’s.
 
The fellow is expected to attend:
Consultation/Liaison Rounds (weekly)
IOL Psychiatry Grand Rounds (weekly)
IOL Psychology Dept Meetings (weekly)
IOL Psychology Postdoctoral Seminar (weekly)
Division of Pediatric Psychology Journal Club (monthly)
IOL Health Psychology Seminar (monthly)
 
Requirements:
Applicants must have completed their Ph.D. or Psy.D. from an APA-accredited program and an APA-accredited internship and be interested in Behavioral Medicine.  Applications are due by January 15, 2017.
 
Program Information and Application Process:
Please refer to the Postdoctoral Residency/Fellowship Program’s website for more complete information: https://instituteofliving.org/health-professionals/for-physicians/residencies-fellowships/psychology-internship-residency/clinical-psychology-residency
Applications will be submitted using the APPA, the Centralized Application System being implemented by APPIC.  Go to https://appicpostdoc.liaisoncas.com/applicant-ux/#login to set up an account and upload your application.
 
Application to include:
  1. Cover letter
  2. CV
  3. 3 letters of recommendation

Full-Time Tenure Track Faculty Position, Department of Psychology, University of Hartford (posted 10/15/16)

The Department of Psychology at the University of Hartford is seeking candidates for a full-time tenure track position as an Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology in the Graduate Institute of Professional Psychology to begin in August 2017.
 
The successful candidate must have completed the doctorate in clinical psychology or closely related field by start date. Licensure or ability to pursue licensure as a psychologist in Connecticut is preferred. Candidates sensitive to the role of cultural diversity and social justice are preferred. Primary teaching responsibilities may include classes in personality, psychopathology, psychotherapy, and/or community psychology, with opportunities to contribute to either our child and adolescent track or our general track, and to teach in the candidate’s area of specialization. We are particularly interested in someone with interests in health disparities in mental health service delivery, providing psychological services to underserved populations, and/or advocacy on behalf of those in need of psychological services. Job responsibilities include teaching, mentoring doctoral-level students, student advising, dissertation supervision, research leading to publication, and service to the Department, the College, and the University. The teaching load is three courses per semester plus participating in qualifying examinations and admissions.  Candidates should show a willingness and ability to employ technology in teaching. 
 
The University of Hartford is an open and welcoming community, which values diversity in all its forms. In addition, the University aspires to have its faculty and staff  reflect the rich diversity of its student body and the Hartford region. Candidates committed to working with diverse populations and conversant in multicultural issues are encouraged to apply.  
 
The Department of Psychology has 20 full-time faculty members, 260 undergraduate majors, 100 master’s students across three programs (clinical practices, organizational psychology, and school psychology), and 130 doctoral students in clinical psychology.
 
Students at the University of Hartford find success in a learning environment that both challenges and mentors them.   Our academic mission is to engage students in acquiring the knowledge, skills, and values necessary to thrive in, and contribute to, a pluralistic, complex world.  Our new five year strategic plan was approved in May of 2014 and is being implemented by teams of faculty and staff.  More information on the plan and the full text of our academic mission can be seen at www.hartford.edu.
 
Please send cover letter, vita, evidence of teaching and research, the names and contact information for three references, and three signed letters of recommendation to Search Committee Chair at psychappa@hartford.edu.  Please send all materials in pdf format. For best consideration, applications should be received by November 10. The University of Hartford is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer, Male/Female/Disabled/Veteran.  Women and members of under-represented groups are encouraged to apply.  EEO/AA/M/F/D/V

Postdoctoral Position in Clinical Child Psychology, Yale University Child Study Center, New Haven (posted 10/8/16) 

The Yale University Child Study Center announces a postdoctoral position in the area of clinical child psychology beginning in the summer of 2017. This position is associated with a study of neural mechanisms of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for anxiety in children with autism spectrum disorder. The position requires a PhD in clinical psychology from an APA-approved program and completion of an APA-approved internship. Primary responsibilities include providing treatment and conducting evaluations of children with ASD who participate in this study. Clinical training will include weekly supervision, didactic seminars and participation in clinical team meetings. This position will allow the fellow to develop expertise in evidence-based psychosocial interventions for children with ASD.  Additional specialized training will be available in CBT for irritability and aggression in children across diagnostic categories. The post-doctoral fellow will have access to a wide range of learning opportunities at the Yale Child Study Center including grand rounds, clinical and research seminars, and lectures at the Yale School of Medicine. This position will also provide excellent research opportunities for learning about neuroscience-based clinical research, collaboration with a multidisciplinary team of cognitive neuroscientists, and participation in data analysis and paper writing.  Please submit an application and inquiries to Denis Sukhodolsky, Ph.D., denis.sukhodolsky@yale.edu.  The application should include a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and three letters of reference. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Yale University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes applications from women, minority candidates and individuals with disabilities.

POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW POSITION, PEDIATRIC ANXIETY/ DEPRESSION CLINICAL RESEARCH STUDIES, UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT, HARTFORD (posted 10/8/16)

Applications are being accepted for a clinical-research post‑doctoral position in childhood anxiety/depression. Applicants must have a doctorate in a relevant area of study, excellent oral and written communication skills, experience in conducting clinical research and data analysis, experience in school/community settings, and training in cognitive-behavior therapy preferred. The applicant should have the organizational skills necessary to manage the daily operations of a large-scale randomized controlled trial implemented in numerous schools/clinics. The fellow will be involved in all aspects of the study including (but not limited to): recruitment, outreach, training, supervision of study staff, and data management and analysis, manuscript preparation, and publications. Opportunities for grant writing and transition to faculty are possible. Start date is flexible. Interested applicants should send an email with their curriculum vitae, up to three published research papers, a brief statement of research interests and goals, and three letters of recommendations to Golda S. Ginsburg, Ph.D. at the University of Connecticut Health Department of Psychiatry: gginsburg@uchc.edu

Pediatric Psychologist Position Opening, Yale Child Study Center, New Haven (posted 8/13/16)

The Yale Child Study Center has an opening for a full-time, experienced pediatric psychologist dedicated to providing integrated mental health supports and services to children, teens, and families.  The successful candidate will be appointed as a clinician at the Assistant Clinical Professor rank and will provide direct clinical care as part of an integrated behavioral health team.  Our integrated behavioral health team includes psychology and child and adolescent psychiatry working collaboratively with pediatric sub-specialists, i.e., pediatric neurology, adolescent medicine, pediatric surgery (transplant, cranio-facial), pulmonary, with the potential for growth within other clinical services. Opportunities for program development and developing a line of relevant research may be available.

Specific clinical services will include diagnostic assessments as well as psycho-education and brief interventions with patients and their families, clinical consultation with interdisciplinary team members, and facilitation of transitions in care to other sections within the Yale Child Study Center or to community-based services.

Successful candidates must possess a doctoral degree in psychology with training in pediatric psychology and be licensed or license-eligible in Connecticut.  Training and experience in collaborative, integrated behavioral health models of service delivery are highly preferred.   We welcome applicants with interests in program development, quality improvement, and program leadership. 

The mission of the Yale Child Study Center is to improve the mental health of children and families, advance understanding of their psychological and developmental needs, and treat and prevent childhood mental illness through the integration of research, clinical practice, and professional training.  The Child Study Center is committed to recruiting, supporting and encouraging the most gifted clinicians, researchers, and leaders in the field today as well those in succeeding generations in the service of its clinical, research, training, policy, and prevention agendas. 

To apply please send a CV and a cover letter outlining your relevant experience, including provision of services in pediatric and consultation-liaison settings for children to Michele.Goyette-Ewing@yale.edu

Yale is an equal opportunity employer and adheres to a policy that prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, creed, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, age, disability, veteran status, or any other legally protected class.

Pediatric Psychology Postdoctoral Position in Pediatric Obesity, Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, Hartford (posted 7/4/16)

September 2016 - August 2017
 
This full-time fellowship in pediatric psychology provides a particular focus in pediatric obesity at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, a tertiary care, free standing children’s hospital.  The primary setting for this position will be within the Pediatric Obesity Center for Treatment, Research and Education at Connecticut Children’s Medical Center.  Receiving over 900 referrals yearly, the program offers family based surgical and non-surgical treatment options.  Family based group interventions begin at age 3, while surgical interventions begin at age 14. 
 
Under the supervision of Clinical Director, Dr. Melissa Santos, the postdoctoral fellow will provide clinical services within the obesity program.  This includes conducting intake assessments, family psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, email/phone coaching and psychoeducational groups for families in our weight management programs.  In addition, they will see patients in a bariatric surgery clinic and facilitate a support group for adolescents undergoing bariatric surgery.  They will be exposed to a range of obesity related conditions including Type 2 diabetes and PolyCystic Ovary Syndrome, the latter for which they will run a Cognitive Behavioral Group.   All treatment is multidisciplinary and the postdoctoral fellow will work and collaborate with other departments including endocrinology, clinical nutrition, physical therapy and surgery.  The Obesity Center emphasizes academic activities; therefore opportunities for teaching and research exist and are encouraged.
 
Applicants must have a Ph.D. or Psy.D. from an APA-approved program and be interested in pediatrics.
 
Applicants should submit a cover letter, C.V., recommendation letters, and graduate transcript by email to Melissa Santos, PhD at msantos@connecticutchildrens.org.  Applications will be reviewed upon receipt. 

License or License Eligible Psychologist Positions, Connecticut Behavioral Health, LLC, Cheshire (posted 5/7/16)

Connecticut Behavioral Health, LLC (CBH) is seeking licensed or license-eligible psychologists for two exciting positions with many professional opportunities. The positions are multifaceted, with aspects of psychological evaluation, treatment, faculty training, and consultation.
 
Position One:
The ideal candidate will possess strong clinical skills in working with children, adolescents, families, and adults dealing with a wide variety of psychological disorders. Opportunities also exist for evaluation and consultation with school districts. This position involves primarily outpatient psychotherapy. Full caseload of clients will be provided. Outstanding compensation and health benefits package. 
 
Position Two:
The ideal candidate will possess a strong behavioral background and training in order to provide functional behavioral assessments, behavioral intervention programs, and trainings on a consultative basis to school districts, state organizations, and developmental centers. Consultation will also include educational program development utilizing aspects of applied behavioral analysis to assist children with emotional, behavioral, and autistic spectrum disorders. Experience in the evaluation and treatment of individuals with developmental disabilities and autism spectrum disorders is desirable. Outstanding compensation and health benefits package.
 
Please forward Curriculum Vita and letter of interest to: 
 
Connecticut Behavioral Health, LLC c/o Dr. Ryan Loss
673 South Main Street
Cheshire, CT 06410
Fax: 203-271-1800

Postdoctoral Position, Clinical Research in Childhood Anxiety, Yale Child Study Center, New Haven (posted 5/2/16)

The Program for Anxiety Disorders at the Yale Child Study Center is accepting applications for a clinical research post-doctoral position. The Program for Anxiety Disorders conducts top-level research relating to the causes, mechanisms, and treatment of childhood anxiety disorders. The candidate selected will be expected to provide treatment for childhood anxiety disorders in the context of an NIMH-funded clinical trial, and to participate in other aspects of the research in the Program for Anxiety Disorders. The candidate will also be mentored in leading independent research projects. The ideal candidate will be knowledgeable about and experienced in the delivery of cognitive behavior therapy for childhood anxiety disorders and preference will be given to those who also have a background in parent-based interventions. The initial position duration is for two years. Interested candidates please contact Dr. Eli Lebowitz and Dr. Wendy Silverman at eli.lebowitz@yale.edu and wendy.silverman@yale.edu including a statement of interest, CV, and between 1-3 relevant letters of reference.

Openings for Faculty Clinicians, Bilingual English/Spanish speaking a plus, Yale Child Study Center (posted 3/22/16)

The Yale Child Study Center Outpatient Clinic for Children (OPC) is seeking licensed or licensed eligible clinicians (PhD, PsyD, LCSW) to join our clinical practice.  We provide a range of mental health treatment services to youth up to 18 years of age and their families.  We serve a diverse array of families; many come from economically disadvantaged areas of Connecticut.  Services provided at the OPC include assessment, crisis intervention, individual psychotherapy, family treatment, group therapy, parental guidance, education and skills training, advocacy and linkage to other services. Clinicians treat symptoms of anxiety, depression, PTSD, aggression and other psychological disorders with appropriate treatment modalities, including the implementation of evidence-based treatments. 
 
To apply please send a CV and a cover letter outlining your relevant experience, including provision of evidence-based treatments and your clinical experience with children and families to Michele.Goyette-Ewing@yale.edu. 
 
Yale is an equal opportunity employer and adheres to a policy that prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, creed, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, age, disability, veteran status, or any other legally protected class.

Postdoctoral, License Eligible, or Licensed Psychologist Position, Connecticut Behavioral Health, LLC, Cheshire (posted 3/11/16)

Connecticut Behavioral Health, LLC (CBH) is seeking a post-doc, license eligible or licensed psychologist (panel participation is a plus) for a position with many professional opportunities. The position is multifaceted, with aspects of psychological evaluation, treatment, faculty training, and consultation. The ideal candidate will possess strong clinical skills in working with children, adolescents, families, and adults dealing with a wide variety of psychological disorders. Opportunities also exist for evaluation and consultation with school districts. Extensive experience with children and adolescents is recommended as the practice population is primarily children and adolescents. This position involves primarily outpatient psychotherapy. Full caseload of clients will be provided from an existing wait list. Outstanding salary and health benefits package. 
 
Please forward Curriculum Vita and letter of interest to: 
 
Connecticut Behavioral Health, LLC c/o Dr. Jonathan Pedro or Dr. Ryan Loss
673 South Main Street
Cheshire, CT 06410
Fax: 203-271-1800

POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW POSITION, PEDIATRIC ANXIETY/ DEPRESSION CLINICAL RESEARCH STUDIES, UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT HEALTH CENTER, HARTFORD (posted 10/8/15)

Applications are being accepted for a clinical-research post‑doctoral position in childhood anxiety/depression. Applicants must have a doctorate in a relevant area of study, excellent oral and written communication skills, experience in conducting clinical research and data analysis, experience in school/community settings, and training in cognitive-behavior therapy preferred. The applicant should have the organizational skills necessary to manage the daily operations of a large-scale randomized controlled trial implemented in numerous schools/clinics. The fellow will be involved in all aspects of the study including (but not limited to): recruitment, outreach, training, supervision of study staff, and data management and analysis, manuscript preparation, and publications. Opportunities for grant writing and transition to faculty are possible. Start date is flexible. Interested applicants should send an email with their curriculum vitae, up to three published research papers, a brief statement of research interests and goals, and three letters of recommendations to Golda S. Ginsburg, Ph.D. at the University of Connecticut Health Center Department of Psychiatry: gginsburg@uchc.edu