Postdoctoral Fellowships for 2020-2021

  1. Postdoctoral Associate in Suicide Research at Rutgers University. The Kleiman Lab at Rutgers (http://kleimanlab.org) is seeking applications for a postdoctoral associate in suicide research. This position is particularly well suited for someone who wishes to gain experience to prepare them for an academic research career. This position will involve opportunities in three main areas. First, the postdoctoral associate will have the opportunity to work on several NIMH-funded studies that focus on using technology (e.g., smartphone-based real-time monitoring, wearable physiological monitors) to predict and prevent suicidal thoughts and behaviors among adolescents and adults. Based on applicant interest and experience, roles on these projects will include study coordination, data collection/management, data analysis, and acting as a study therapist. Details on specific studies can be found at https://kleimanlab.org/current-projects/. Second, the postdoctoral associate will play a role in the development of a recently-established research lab. Based on applicant interest and experience, this will involve providing mentorship and co-supervision to graduate students and research assistants, as well as general lab management duties. Third, the postdoctoral associate will have the opportunity to develop their own line of research. Postdoctoral associates will have access to data from ongoing and completed projects that use real-time monitoring to study suicidal thoughts and behaviors. Postdoctoral associates will be encouraged to submit a training grant during their first year (e.g., NIH F32, NIH K23, AFSP Postdoc Grant). http://jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/108863

  2. Postdoctoral Psychology Fellowship in the Connecting and Reflecting Experience (CARE) at Montefiore. The Child Outpatient Psychiatry Division, Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY, is now accepting applications for a one-year, full-time, Postdoctoral Psychology Fellowship in the Connecting and Reflecting Experience (CARE) program for 2020-2021. The CARE clinical and research program is a developmentally-informed, evidence-based specialty program that offers mentalizing-focused group treatment to parents of children from birth - 18 years of age. The CARE program is committed to excellence in training postdoctoral fellows interested in developing a deeper understanding of how clinical work informs research and how research enriches clinical work, in a setting that serves racially, ethnically and socially diverse populations with extensive trauma histories and complex psychosocial needs. This unique fellowship will follow a scientist-practitioner model, providing intensive training in the development, implementation, and evaluation of mentalizing-focused group parenting interventions that aim to dismantle the intergenerational transmission of maltreatment and attachment trauma in marginalized and underprivileged communities. The fellow will also be provided with specialized training in attachment science and mentalizing-focused treatment and will receive weekly individual and group supervision on clinical interventions and research practices. Fellows will spend approximately 50% of their time in the provision of direct clinical service, with the remaining time comprised of training, supervision and research. Applications will be accepted until February 1st, 2020, and interviews will be offered on a rolling basis. The start date for the fellowship will be August 1st, 2020. By that date, applicants must have submitted all documentation necessary for a limited permit to practice psychology in New York State during the fellowship year. Applicants should contact Dr. Amanda Zayde at azayde@montefiore.org for further information.

  3. Post-Doc in ADHD & Families - University of Maryland. We are seeking a Postdoctoral Associate with a strong foundation in interventions research to begin as soon as possible, but no later than September 1st, 2020. The Postdoctoral Associate will be primarily involved with coordinating the ADHD in Families Study (NIMH Collaborative R01 grant) with the University of Maryland, Children’s National Health System, and Seattle Children’s Hospital (PIs: Dr. Andrea Chronis-Tuscano and Dr. Mark Stein). This is a one-year position (with the possibility of renewal for additional years). Interested applicants should send their CV, a letter of interest, reprints/preprints, and three letters of recommendation to Drs. Andrea Chronis-Tuscano (achronis@umd.edu) and Christina Danko (cdanko@umd.edu) with the subject line “ADHD in Families Postdoc.” Applications will be reviewed as they are received until the position is filled. Email inquiries are welcome.

  4. LSA Collegiate Fellows, University of Michigan’s College of Literature, Science, and the Arts. The LSA Collegiate Fellows program is aimed at recruiting exceptional early career postdoctoral scholars in all liberal arts fields whose scholarship/research, and/or teaching/mentoring, and/or service/engagement demonstrates their strong commitment to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in the academy. The program provides up to two years of support to pursue independent scholarship, engage with a strong community of scholars, as well as prepare them for possible tenure-track appointments in the University of Michigan’s College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA). Additional information and application details are available at: http://myumi.ch/JYppY or lsacollegiate@umich.edu

  5. 2 Year Postdoctoral Research Associate Position Yale Gender Program. The Yale Gender Program at Yale New Haven Hospital/Yale School of Medicine is hiring a postdoctoral associate for research for those seeking to develop a career in the delivery of affirmative transgender health care. The postdoctoral fellow will receive research opportunities and training under the mentorship of Christy Olezeski, PhD. The position is research-focused and will include opportunities for grant-writing, data collection related to pediatric transgender health care in collaboration with our community and hospital partners, qualitative and/or quantitative data analysis, manuscript preparation, and general professional development. There will be optional opportunities for supervised clinical experiences for candidates seeking licensure as a psychologist. Applicants should compile and submit the following items: (1) 1-2 page statement of research interests and career development aims, (2) Three letters of recommendation from mentors/supervisors, (3) Sample publication(s), (4) Updated curriculum vitae. These items should be forwarded to Christy Olezeski, PhD, Assistant Professor, Yale School of Medicine, 1 Long Wharf Drive, Suite 503, New Haven, CT 06510. Please direct applications and/or inquiries via email to Dr. Olezeski via email at: Christy.olezeski@yale.edu. Position start date is negotiable in summer 2020.

  6. Two post-doctoral positions at Yale University in honor of Professor Susan Nolen-Hoeksema. Each Susan Nolen-Hoeksema Postdoctoral Associate in Integrative Psychology is for a two-year period. Applicants should identify one or more Yale faculty members with whom they desire to work during the term of the appointment. Materials should be submitted via Interfolio: http://apply.interfolio.com/65088. The search committee will begin review of applications on October 1, 2019. For questions, contact Ms. Jessica Hermann, Senior Administrative Assistant, jessica.hermann@yale.edu.

  7. Post doctoral positions at Mclean Hospital/Harvard Med School. Multiple postdoctoral positions at McLean Hospital/Harvard Medical School primarily focused on using multi-method approaches to studying the clinical phenomenology and neurobiology of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. These positions involve working in the Center for Depression Anxiety and Stress Research with Dr. Isabelle Rosso. Please email Daniel Bradford (dbradford@wisc.edu) with any questions prior to applying. https://cdasr.mclean.harvard.edu/about/current-openings-2/

  8. New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medicine, Postdoctoral Fellowship in Child Clinical Psychology. We are accepting applications for a 1.5 year postdoctoral psychology fellowship position in the Child and Adolescent Outpatient Department (January 2020 through August 2021). See website for more details on clinical rotations, didactics, and research opportunities: http://psychiatry.weill.cornell.edu/postdoctoral-psychology-fellowship-westchester. Please compile the application materials into a single PDF document labeled with your last name, first initial, and application track. If your mentors prefer to submit their letters separately, please request that they indicate your name and the track to which you are applying in their email. Address your letter of intent to Susan Evans, Director of Education for Psychology, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medicine and then submit the PDF file by emailing Nina Huza, Staff Assistant at nih9002@nyp.org.

  9. Postdocs in Dr. Shankman's lab at Northwestern University, Dept of Psychiatry. Particularly interested in finding postdocs with knowledge of sophisticated electrophysiological methodologies (e.g., time frequency decomposition, source localization, etc) and/or advanced statistical analysis abilities (e.g., mixture models/latent profile analysis, etc). These postdocs would also take the lead on writing up papers using new and existing data. The positions would begin in the spring or next summer (or earlier if possible). To apply for the job, people should go here. https://careers.northwestern.edu/psp/hr857prd_er/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=34958&PostingSeq=1.


  10. Postdoctoral opportunity at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. The M-Body (eMBody Wellness) Lab, headed by Dr. Inger Burnett-Zeigler, is looking for a candidate with a PhD in clinical psychology or social work who will prepare a NIMHD Research Diversity Supplement Application for the NIMHD R01 parent grant "Effectiveness and Implementation of a Mindfulness Intervention for Depressive Symptoms Among Low-Income, Racial/Ethnic Minority Adults in a Federally Qualified Health Center." The candidate should have strong interest in disparities in mental illness and treatment and interest in research training to develop, test and implement culturally tailored interventions in community based settings. Applicants should submit a cover letter detailing your research experience and fit for Dr. Burnett-Zeigler's lab, CV, 3 representative publications, and email addresses of three references. Review of applications will begin immediately (expected start date: Spring/Summer 2020).

  11. Postdoctoral Fellowships in Digital Mental Health. Northwestern University’s Center for Behavioral Intervention Technologies (CBITs; www.cbits.northwestern.edu) is seeking applicants for our NIMH T32 postdoctoral fellowship, “Multidisciplinary Training Program in Digital Mental Health” beginning July 2020.  We are reviewing applications in the fall and on a rolling basis thereafter, until the positions are filled. Appointments are for one year, renewable to two. To apply, send CV, statement of research interests and goals, & three letters of recommendation to David Mohr, PhD and Madhu Reddy, PhD, care of Lucia Ontiveros (lucia.ontiveros@northwestern.edu), Center for Behavioral Intervention Technologies, Department of Preventative Medicine, 750 N. Lake Shore Drive., 10th Floor, Chicago, IL 60611.

  12. Postdoctoral fellow and research assistant position at McGill University. The Developmental Research in Environmental Adversity, Mental health, Biological susceptibility and Gender project (http://dreambigresearch.com/) is looking for a postdoctoral, research associate or research assistant position. This is a full-time, 1 to 2-year term position with the possibility of renewal.In this project, the fellow or RA will harmonize data from three different protocols collected from one MRI scanner. They will pre-process imaging to be comparable across different study sites (ALSPAC and Gen R). Time permitted, the successful candidate will also examine how early prenatal and early postnatal maternal mood interact with the genome to influence the developmental risk trajectories of ADHD, measured at multiple levels (symptomatology, cognitive evaluations, structural and functional imaging). The expectation is to harmonize data and replicate analyses across multiple datasets. Please send a cover letter outlining your CV, an intent letter, up to three publications and contact information for three references (at least two academic references), as well as, links to your ResearchGate and or LinkedIn page to bmorton3@uwo.ca,Ashley.Wazana@mcgill.ca and Marie-Elyse.Lafaille-Magnan@mail.mcgill.ca. 

  13. Postdoctoral Fellowship in Global Mental Health and Addiction Science at UMD College Park. This position offers an exciting opportunity to be engaged in global and local addiction science and mental health research. We are looking for a postdoc with a strong biostatistics background, including experience conducting longitudinal data analysis for randomized clinical trials. Primary responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: data analysis and manuscript preparation, grant preparation, research staff supervision and mentorship, and clinical supervision (if applicable). Applicants should email Dr. Jessica Magidson (jmagidso@umd.edu; subject heading: GMH and Addiction Post-Doc Application) the following: 1) a copy of their c.v.; 2) cover letter describing fit with the position, biostatistics/quantitative psychology experience, research/career goals, and available start date; 3) writing sample, including a manuscript in which the candidate conducted the primary data analysis; and 4) names/contact information of three professional references. Preferred start date is August 2020; however, applicants who are highly qualified and a good fit for the position graduating by early Fall 2020 are encouraged to apply. The position is for two years, with the second year dependent on performance and funding. 

  14. 2-year Post-Doc Position at BU/Boston Medical. Interested in Autism Services, Mental Health Services, and Implementation Science? Want to work on multiple R01-funded studies at the intersection of these areas? The Primary Care Academic Fellowship at Boston Medical Center/Boston University is accepting fellowship applications for July 2019. We seek applicants interested in careers in research and academic medicine with a focus on research on innovative health care and community interventions for underserved populations. Application: For more information about the application process, please contact Linda Neville for more information: 617-638-8344 or Linda.neville@bmc.org.  For more information about our lab: http://sites.bu.edu/asd/

  15. Postdoctoral Fellow, University of North Caroline Chapel Hill. A full-time postdoc position is available at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill beginning January 2020 or summer 2020. The position offers extensive opportunities to analyze and publish data from NIH and foundation-funded studies on adolescent brain development, social relationships, health risk behaviors, and/or teen technology/social media use, and will be housed with an emerging center on technology and adolescent brain development, co-led by Drs. Eva Telzer and Mitch Prinstein. Interests/expertise in neuroimaging research, longitudinal analyses, technology/social media use, or educational curriculum development will offer a great fit for this position. This position is for up to 3 years. The person in this position also will receive professional development training to help with career decision-making, grant writing (F, K, R), and guidance on applications for faculty positions. Dedicated time to accrue clinical hours towards licensure will be possible, if relevant. Applicants with a PhD from development psychology, clinical psychology, neuroscience or related fields are encouraged to apply, as are members of underrepresented racial, ethnic, sexual, or gender minority groups. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications. Interested applicants should submit 1) a vita/resume; 2) the names and emails of two references; and 3) indicate a preference to being in January or in summer of 2020 to ehtelzer@unc.edu and/or mitch.prinstein@unc.edu. Review of applications will begin immediately. Applicants will be contacted only if selected for further consideration.

  16. Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Bridges Program focused on Implementation Science in Pediatric Obesity and Cardiovascular Health. Responsibilities of this postdoctoral research position include preparation of manuscripts, professional presentations, and grant proposals; qualitative and mixed methods analysis; quantitative analysis of randomized clinical and implementation trials; participating in collaborative meetings; working with an interdisciplinary research team that includes implementation and prevention scientists, psychiatrists, primary care pediatricians, health economists, and healthcare systems operations leaders. This position will work primarily on a randomized rollout implementation optimization trial of a population-based, electronic health tool aimed at improving clinician’s adherence to and adoption of guidelines for childhood hypertension diagnosis and management. The tool will be embedded in the electronic health records of a network of community-based pediatric primary care clinics in the Chicago area and tested in the randomized rollout implementation optimization trial. The postdoctoral fellow will also work with and have access to two randomized trial datasets testing a family-based intervention for the prevention and management of childhood obesity. The fellow will be expected to contribute to publications and grant proposals and will have opportunities to prepare and submit proposals (F, K, R, and foundation) that they will lead as PI. Please send CV and Cover Letter detailing interest in the position and qualifications addressed to J.D. Smith, PhD, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, 750 N Lake Shore Dr., 10th Floor, Chicago, IL 60611, or via email in a Word or PDF format to bridges@northwestern.edu. Please email with any questions prior to submitting application materials, if appropriate.

  17. Postdoctoral fellowship, CBT, Hartford CT. The Anxiety Disorders Center at the Institute of Living/Hartford Hospital invites applications for a postdoctoral fellowship to begin summer or fall 2020. This fellowship is funded by an American Foundation for Suicide Prevention grant to conduct a randomized controlled trial of cognitive-behavioral therapy for suicide prevention with adult inpatients. The fellow will provide direct patient care as the study therapist for about 15% of their time, as well as liaison with inpatient staff, and collect data on treatment implementation. Opportunities to participate in outpatient assessment and psychotherapy as well as research activities such as project management, data analysis, and manuscript preparation, are also available. Other duties may include supervision of graduate clinicians and conducting workshops and trainings. Qualifications include a doctoral degree in clinical psychology (APA accredited) and experience with cognitive-behavioral interventions. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Send (or email) curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, and representative reprints/preprints (if applicable) to: David F. Tolin, Ph.D., ABPP, Director, Anxiety Disorders Center/Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, The Institute of Living, 200 Retreat Avenue, Hartford, CT 06106. For questions, call (860) 545-7685 or e-mail to david.tolin@hhchealth.org.

  18. Post-doctoral Fellowship, Ohio University. PI Julie S. Owens, Ph.D., and Co-PI Steven W. Evans, Ph.D., Co-Directors of the Center for Intervention Research in Schools (www.oucirs.org) invite applications for two postdoctoral fellows. The two-year fellowships are designed to prepare fellows for licensure in psychology and pursuit of a tenure-track position in academia. The fellows will play a leadership role in a randomized controlled trial (Goal 3) funded by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) evaluating two models of coaching and implementation supports for teachers’ use of universal and targeted classroom interventions for elementary school students. The fellows will assist with project management, supervision of graduate and undergraduate students and staff, and have the opportunity to publish manuscripts from project data and other datasets. Please send application materials (statement of interest, curriculum vitae, and three letters of references) to Julie S. Owens, Ph.D. (owensj@ohio.edu; or online at: http://www.ohiouniversityjobs.com/postings/32733 ). Reviews of applications will begin immediately.

  19. Post-doctoral Fellowship at UCONN Department of Psychiatry. 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 School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry: gginsburg@uchc.edu.

  20. Postdoctoral Associate in Adolescent ADHD/Implementation. We are seeking a Postdoctoral Associate with a strong foundation in interventions research to begin in Summer 2020. The Postdoctoral Associate will be primarily involved with coordinating a funded NIMH R34 treatment development grant and an administrative suicide supplement (PIs: Dr. Andrea Chronis-Tuscano and Dr. Michael Meinzer). The aims of the R34 parent grant are to develop and test a depression prevention program for inner-city high school students with ADHD in a randomized controlled trial conducted within a school mental health framework. The administrative supplement is focused on studying predictors of suicidal thoughts and behaviors (STBs) and the effectiveness of the intervention at reducing STBs. This is a one-year position (with the possibility of renewal for a second year). Start date is as early as July 6th 2020, but no later than August 31st, 2020. Interested applicants should send their CV, a letter of interest, and information for 3 references to Drs. Andrea Chronis-Tuscano (achronis@umd.edu) and Michael Meinzer (mmeinzer@umd.edu) with the subject line “Adolescent ADHD Postdoctoral Fellow.” Applications will be reviewed as they are received until the position is filled. Email inquiries are welcome.

  21. Postdoctoral Fellow Positions, Centre for Child Development, Mental Health, and Policy, UTM. The Centre for Child Development, Mental Health, and Policy at the University of Toronto Mississauga invites applications for two post-doctoral fellow research positions in a multidisciplinary research environment. Post-doctoral fellows will be responsible for overseeing the implementation of an ongoing intervention project that aims to promote mental health and social-emotional development in refugee children and families. Appointments are for 2 years and renewable for a third year based on project needs and performance. Please submit a cover letter that describes relevant training and career goals, CV, research statement, up to three representative publications, and three letters of recommendation to tina.malti@utoronto.ca. For more information about us, please visit our website at www.tinamalti.com or contact Dr. Malti (e-mail: tina.malti@utoronto.ca). Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

  22. Postdoctoral Clinical/Research Fellowships in Traumatic Stress. Postdoctoral Fellowships (2 positions): The Summa Health Traumatic Stress Center (TSC) in Akron, OH is seeking outstanding candidates with interest in treatment and research of trauma and its consequences for two-year clinical/research postdoctoral fellowships (one position would start in Summer 2020 and the other is available immediately). The TSC provides an exciting treatment and research atmosphere. It is a specialty clinic providing outpatient and intensive outpatient clinical services to a demographically diverse patient population with various types of trauma exposure. We emphasize empirically supported individual and group interventions (e.g., Prolonged Exposure Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy). The fellow will receive clinical training in the assessment and treatment of traumatic stress and co-occurring problems in adult trauma survivors. The fellow also will have opportunities to conduct trauma research under the mentorship of one or more faculty members. Opportunities exist to develop and conduct one’s own programmatic research and to conduct collaborative research with faculty members within and across the TSC, Department of Psychiatry, and other hospital departments. Some interests of current TSC faculty include: PTSD treatment outcomes; risk and resilience factors of PTSD; telehealth and other digital health solutions; trauma-related sleep disturbance; PTSD and chronic health problems; trauma/PTSD in primary care; culturally mediated responses to trauma; trauma-related substance use problems; and advanced quantitative methods. To apply, send a cover letter describing your work and interests, curriculum vitae, and three letters of recommendation. Applications and inquiries should be emailed to Patrick A. Palmieri, Ph.D. at tsc@summahealth.org. Review of applications will begin immediately and applications will continue to be accepted until the positions are filled.

  23. Postdoc Research Fellow at Boston Children's Hospital. Charles A. Nelson, Ph.D. and Michelle Bosquet Enlow, Ph.D. are seeking a Postdoctoral Research Fellow to assist with a longitudinal research project examining the development and neural bases of emotion processing. The overall goal of the project is to test the combined effects of neural, physiological, behavioral, genetic, and familial risk factors in early life on vulnerability to anxiety in early to middle childhood. Tools used include neurophysiology (EEG, ERP), metabolic (fNIRS), physiological (autonomic nervous system) stress reactivity, behavioral indicators of reactivity to threat, and family environmental risk (maternal psychopathology, stress exposures) between infancy and age 7 years; of note, the entire sample has also been genotyped. The research fellow will participate in all levels of the research investigation, including data collection, overseeing of data processing, data analysis, and manuscript preparation. Experience in clinical interviewing and/or physiological data processing (cardiac, respiration, RSA, etc.) is a plus. Additional desired experiences include training in EEG/ERP, fNIRS, and/or advanced signal processing routines. Experience conducting research with children is strongly preferred. This position is open for an immediate start date. A 2-year commitment is preferred. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. For consideration, please submit a letter of interest and curriculum vita to Ms. Finola Kane-Grade at Finola.Kane-Grade@childrens.harvard.edu.

  24. Military Cardiovascular Outcomes Research Program (MiCOR) Metis Foundation, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. The MiCOR program is seeking post-doctoral fellows in clinical psychology (or a related background). The position will involve clinical research duties such as provision of individual and/or group psychotherapy and behavioral interventions as part of randomized controlled trials targeting weight gain prevention in active duty military service members, as well as administration of semi-structured psychological interviews for ongoing research studies within MiCOR. Post-doctoral fellows will also be involved in supervising research assistants and graduate students in relevant research duties (e.g., recruitment and data collection). In addition, there are opportunities to conduct research on psychological stress, eating/weight disorders, and cardiometabolic health using multiple behavioral and physiological methods. Some prior experience working with individuals with eating/weight disorders is preferred, but not required. A two year commitment is requested. Opportunities for this Position -1- Participation in some of the world’s cutting edge cardiovascular and psychological research, -2- Training and supervision in short-term psychotherapy and behavioral interventions, weight-related disease, disordered, -3- Mentorship by and collaborations with world renowned experts in the fields of eating/weight disorders and cardiology, -4- Encouragement and mentorship in development of an independent research program, -5- Working with a multi-disciplinary team of researchers in medicine, as well as basic and clinical sciences, -6- Potential for growth and upward mobility within MiCOR and USUHS. Application Process - Start date negotiable - Competitive full-time salary plus benefits - Please send letter of interest and CV to: Jason Lavender, PhD, jason.lavender.ctr@usuhs.edu - Applications will be reviewed as they are received.

  25. Postdoctoral Research Fellow. The Post‐Doctoral Research Fellow would play an integral role in providing clinical guidance and best practice oversight for clinical study staff as well as the recruitment process. The ideal applicant for this position would be trained in Behavioural Activation Therapy. The Post‐Doctoral Research Fellow will work closely with Dr. Singla as well as the other key Investigators to coordinate care in one of three Toronto‐based sites. The successful candidate will be housed at Sinai Health System (SHS); however, they will visit local collaborating sites. All individuals interested in this position must submit CV, references, publications, etc. to the PCORI Project Administrator, Sarah Rachel Katz (SarahRachel.Katz@sinaihealthsystem.ca) by Jan 31, 2020. Closing date: Until position is filled or at the latest July 31, 2020. Expected start date: July or August 2020. Term: Two (2) years initial with possibility of renewal. 

  26. Dissemination and implementation in community mental health: Community facilitator and Supervisor (9611C) - #1840. Apply via careers.berkeley.edu. The Psychology Department at University of California, Berkeley, invites applications for several full time positions to support and contribute to research within the Golden Bear Sleep and Mood Research Centre (GBSMRC) at the University of California, Berkeley, which is led by Allison Harvey, Ph.D. and funded by NIMH and NICHD. The successful applicants will join our multi-disciplinary team. We are aiming to contribute to the exciting growing field of dissemination and implement science. Specifically, an obstacle to the roll-out of evidence-based treatments (EBTs) for severe mental illness (SMI) is that the context for the implementation of a new treatment typically differs from the original testing context causing a lack of “fit” between the setting and the EBT. Our research will evaluate if adapting a specific treatment to improve the contextual fit improves outcomes in community mental health centres (CMHCs). This research will be conducted in CMHCs across California, probably including the following counties: Solano, Kings, Stanislaus, Alameda, Monterey, Placer, Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz and Contra Costa. The EBT we will disseminate is a psychosocial treatment that aims to improve sleep and circadian functioning in SMI. This focus was selected because sleep and circadian dysfunction undermines affect regulation, cognitive function and physical health, predicts the onset and worsening of symptoms and is often chronic even with evidence-based SMI treatment. The positions include a variety of duties such as facilitating positive relationships with community partners, coordinating and facilitating research within the community settings (e.g., recruiting providers and consumers, conducting trainings), problem solving, ensuring the study remains on the timeline required for the timely completion of the research and representing UC Berkeley at meetings and community partner events. The positions will involve regular travel to the counties, particularly during the set-up phase. We are seeking a 2 year commitment. The funding period is initially for a 2 year period but may be extended contingent on funding. The incumbent will be mentored to facilitate their career development. It may also be possible to create opportunities for supervision, if needed for licensure. More information about the research team and ongoing projects can be found at our lab’s web site: https://psychology.berkeley.edu/people/allison-harvey.

  27. Postdoctoral Fellowship CBT California/DBT California in Southern California. CBT California, Where Science Meets Compassion®, invites applications for a funded postdoctoral fellowship position in Adult Cognitive Behavioral Psychology. CBT California (www.cbtcalifornia.com) is an internationally recognized, multi-sited practice and training institute specializing in CBTs and DBT founded by Dr. Lynn McFarr. Fellows must have previous training in both CBT and DBT and feel comfortable treating an highly educated, sophisticated clientele. Fellows in this position provide direct services, teach, consult on CBT and DBT in the community, conduct research and program evaluations, and supervise practicum students. The fellow also serves as a junior administrator for the clinic and is involved in program development. We have an active research lab and Fellows regularly present at national and international conferences including ABCT, ADAA, and ISITDBT. Previous experience with ACT, CBASP, and providing services to adolescents is desirable. CBTC embraces a scientist-practitioner model of training. Fellows are supervised a minimum of 4 hours per week in both individual and group supervision, and all supervised training experiences meet licensing requirements for the state of California. Fellows may provide services in our Beverly Hills area, Torrance, and Newport Beach Offices, depending on clinical need and fellow preference. The position begins August 17, 2020 (negot if internship end date is later); salary is $50,000 including paid leave, sick time, and conference time. Please forward a letter of interest, CV, and three letters of recommendation to info@cbtcalifornia.com. For further information about CBT California, please visit our website: http://cbtcalifornia.com/

  28. Postdoctoral Fellowships at Emory Healthcare Veterans Program. Interviews are conducted and offers are made on a rolling basis, so early application is strongly encouraged. General questions about the application requirements and postdoctoral program may be directed to Dr. Brittany Lannert at brittany.k.lannert@emory.edu. Detailed information about the postdoctoral program, application requirements and deadlines can be found here: www.appic.org/About-APPIC/Universal-Psychology-Postdoctoral-Directory/detail?id=2306.

  29. Postdoctoral Fellowships at Judge Baker Children's Center / Harvard Medical School.  Judge Baker Children’s Center (JBCC), a Harvard Medical School Affiliate, is accepting applications for a one (1) year joint implementation science/clinical postdoctoral fellowship. JBCC is an established center of excellence for implementation, training, quality improvement, and service initiatives focused on improving behavioral health for children and adolescents. JBCC is also home of the Center for Effective Child Therapy; an outpatient direct service provider for children and adolescents, ages 2 – 19. Therapists utilize evidence-based treatments for some of the most common presenting problems including anxiety, depression, traumatic stress, and disruptive behavior.

  30. Pediatric Postdoctoral Psychology Fellowship Program at Gundersen Health System in La Crosse, Wisconsin.  For additional information about our program, program supervisors, benefits and to apply online, please visit our website at: https://www.gundersenhealth.org/medical-education/fellowship-programs/psychology/

  31. Postdoctoral Fellowship CBT California/DBT California in Southern California.  The application due date will be January 13, 2020 and we will abide by the uniform notification day of February 24, 2020. More thorough information on the fellowship position and application instructions can be found at https://www.sharp.com/interns-fellows/postdoctoral-fellowship/. If you have questions about the application process or requirements, please contact Dr. Erynn Macciomei (Erynn.Macciomei@sharp.com).

  32. Postdoctoral Fellowship at Westchester Anxiety Treatment, White Plains, NY.  Westchester Anxiety Treatment Psychological Services, PC (WATPS) is seeking a postdoctoral fellow to join its collaborative and hard working group of clinicians. WATPS is a group private practice in White Plains, NY whose clinicians are enthusiastic about providing evidenced-based cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to children, adolescents and adults. We are looking to hire a postdoctoral fellow who has experience conducting cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety disorders and disruptive behavior disorders and would like further specialized training in these areas. The applicant must have experience treating children with anxiety disorders using CBT.  Applicants should submit their CV, cover letter, and three reference letters to Dr Robin, 34 South Broadway, Suite 104, White Plains, NY 10601 or robin.joanna@gmail.com. Please see our website for more information about our practice at www.westchesteranxietytreatment.com.

  33. Postdoctoral Fellowship in Teen Suicide Risk Research - Teachers College, Columbia University. Christine Cha, PhD, Director of the Laboratory for Clinical and Developmental Studies (www.clinicaldevelopmentalstudies.com) at Teachers College, Columbia University, is accepting applications for a 2-year postdoctoral research fellowship in the area of teen suicide risk. This position would involve studying various risk factors (e.g., childhood adversities, cognitive processes) for suicidal and self-injurious thoughts and behaviors among adolescents and young adults. This program of research ultimately aims to improve youth mental health in several areas of functioning (e.g., social, emotional, academic). The postdoctoral fellow will assist with the following duties: (1) manuscript preparation from existing datasets; (2) training and supervision of research assistants and graduate students for ongoing research studies funded by NIMH and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention; (3) hospital-based data collection/management; and other duties or projects as assigned. Grant-writing and furthering the fellow’s independent line of research will also be encouraged. Anticipated Start Date: July 1, 2020 (start date is flexible). Please submit questions and materials to Christine Cha (cbc2120@tc.columbia.edu). To apply, email a brief cover letter, an updated CV, and reprints of selected papers. Please also arrange for 2-3 recommendations to be sent directly to Dr. Cha. Review of applications will begin immediately.

  34. Post-Doctoral Associate Positions in LGBTQ Mental Health. Please apply online: http://apply.interfolio.com/70320. To apply for this position please submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information of two references. For further information, please contact Dr. John Pachankis (john.pachankis@yale.edu). Applications will be reviewed in December 2019 and January 2020, with an ideal start date in summer 2020.

  35. Post Doctoral Fellowship (Child Psych) - KU Medical Center. More information on the position and application process can be found on our website: http://www.kumc.edu/school-of-medicine/psychiatry-and-behavioral-sciences/clinical-psychology-trainingprograms/postdoctoral-fellowship-program.htmlWe are also listed in the APPIC Universal Psychology Postdoctoral 

  36. Postdoctoral Fellowship at Westchester - Anxiety Treatment Psychological Services, P.C. Westchester Anxiety Treatment Psychological Services, PC (WATPS) is seeking a postdoctoral fellow to join its collaborative and hard working group of clinicians. WATPS is a group private practice in White Plains, NY whose clinicians are enthusiastic about providing evidenced-based cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to children, adolescents and adults. The WATPS team specializes in individual and group CBT, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT), behavior therapy for selective mutism, school refusal, intensive treatment for OCD, and mindfulness-based interventions. We also regularly conduct workshops on anxiety, parenting, and child development in the community for students, teachers, therapists and parents. Applicants should submit their CV, cover letter, and three reference letters to Dr Robin, 34 South Broadway, Suite 104, White Plains, NY 10601 or robin.joanna@gmail.com. Please see our website for more information about our practice at www.westchesteranxietytreatment.com.

  37. Post doctoral fellowship at Kennedy Krieger Institute. The Department of Behavioral Psychology at the Kennedy Krieger Institute/Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine provides assessment and treatment services for a variety of pediatric populations and their families. Our postdoctoral fellowship program offers training in applied behavior analysis, developmental disabilities, behavioral pediatrics, and/or family therapy. The philosophy of our postdoctoral program is to prepare fellows to function not only as psychologists in a variety of settings, but also as members of a multidisciplinary team providing health related services to children and their families. Training occurs through supervised experiences in inpatient hospital units and/or outpatient clinics. Fellows completing our program receive 2,000 fellowship training hours towards licensure and are well qualified to enter clinical, medical, or academic settings. Fellows receive a minimum of two hours of individual face to face supervision per week. In addition to individualized supervision, the fellow is actively involved in at least two hours per week of professional development seminars, group supervision, case management conferences, and peer review. Fellows also participate in our LEND Core Course series during the Fall and Spring semesters. Additional information can be found at our Fellowship Training page: https://www.kennedykrieger.org/professional-training/training-disciplines/behavioral-psychology/postdoctoral-training (visit kennedykrieger.org, select ‘training,’ then ‘professional training programs,’ then ‘psychology,’ and then ‘behavioral psychology” to access the Postdoctoral Fellowship Training page). Please contact Dr. Valerie Paasch, Ph.D. (Director of Postdoctoral Training) at psychology@kennedykrieger.org .

  38. Post Doctoral Fellowship in Trauma and Child Welfare.  The Tree House Child Advocacy Center (CAC) of Montgomery County Maryland is pleased to offer two Psychology Post Doctoral Positions available immediately. The Tree House provides both forensic and clinical services to children and families who have experienced child abuse and/or neglect. Our staff includes a forensic interviewer, pediatrician with a child abuse specialty, victim advocate, psychologists, social workers and other support staff. As part of the CAC model we work closely with our partner agencies that include Child Welfare Services, The Office of the State's Attorney, The Office of the County Attorney and the Special Victims Unit of the Montgomery County Police. The Post Docs will serve primarily within the Transitional Trauma Therapy (T3) Program, a joint initiative with Montgomery County Child Welfare Services. The T3 program is a federally and state grant supported intervention program that provides short term in home or in school, crisis counseling (6-8 sessions) to children immediately after being placed in out of home care. The purpose of the intervention is to identify and address trauma symptoms to prevent longer term traumatic effects from the removal and other traumas experienced. Additionally, the intervention aims to stabilize the foster home environment to further support the child. The Tree House mental health department values evidence based treatments and offers a variety of different approaches including Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), Child and Family Traumatic Stress Intervention (CFTSI), Problematic Sexualized Behavior Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (PSB-CBT) and Alternatives for Families Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (AF-CBT). Post Docs will primarily be trained in TF-CBT but will have the opportunity based on interest and experience to learn or be exposed to some of our other approaches. To Apply: If interested, please email or fax a cover letter, CV, and list of three references to Dr. Stephanie Wolf at the contact information below. Stephanie Wolf, JD, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist, 7300 Calhoun Pl, Suite 700, Rockville, MD 20855. Phone: 240-777-1088 Fax: 240-777-4470. Email: Stephanie.Wolf@montgomerycountymd.gov

  39. Postdoctoral Fellowship, The Child and Family Health Lab at Boston University. The Child and Family Health Lab at Boston University will have 1-2 openings for research-focused postdoctoral fellowship(s). One fellowship position will focus on the psychosocial aspects of pediatric chronic illness, particularly childhood cancer and sickle cell disease. The second fellowship will focus on culture and health disparities related to autism spectrum disorder across the life course. Fellows will contribute to research focused on understanding mechanisms of psychosocial risk and developing and assessing community-based psychosocial interventions. The 2-year fellowships are research focused, but there will be optional opportunities for supervised clinical experiences for candidates seeking licensure as a psychologist. For more information and instructions on applying, please visit http://sites.bu.edu/childandfamilyhealth/openpositions/. Application review will begin on 12/1/19 and will continue until the positions are filled.

  40. Pediatric Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital.  The Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in Boston announces the availability of a one-year post-doctoral fellowship in clinical child psychology with a focus on pediatric psychology/behavioral medicine. Our nationally recognized department provides care and consultation for both in- and outpatients with co-morbid medical and psychiatric conditions. The fellowship is a one year, full-time clinically-focused training experience. Supervised clinical activities will include behavioral medicine services in the outpatient child and adolescent psychiatry clinic, providing psychotherapy/evidenced based treatment for medically-ill youth typically referred by general pediatric, gastroenterology, food allergy, endocrine/diabetes and neurology programs for issues related to adherence, procedural anxiety and adjustment to diagnosis; behavioral evaluation and intervention within inpatient consultation-liaison services through Shriner’s Hospital for Children with focus on burn injury; and parent guidance consultation for adult patients of the MGH Cancer Center (PACT Program). The potential to learn biofeedback-assisted therapy for chronic pain conditions, and/or participate as an embedded provider in several additional medical clinics (e.g. pediatric food allergy; feeding team; cleft and craniofacial center; liver and biliary disease clinic) may also be options depending upon interest and availability. The fellowship also includes a half-day of protected research time. A rich array of didactic training opportunities is available through the Department. Preferred start date is July 1, 2020 with consideration given to September 1, 2020. For more detailed program information, please contact Nancy Rotter, PhD, co-director of the MGH Pediatric Behavioral Medicine Program (nrotter@mgh.harvard.edu).

  41. Post-Doctoral Fellow, Mood Disorders Center, Child Mind Institute. The Child Mind Institute offers a one-year professional training program within our Mood Disorders Center designed to prepare candidates for a successful career in child and adolescent psychology. The fellowship will begin as early as July 20, 2020. Consideration will also be given to candidates who complete their pre-doctoral internship by the end of August 2020. This is an exempt position, located in our New York City headquarters, which offers a generous salary and full benefits, as well as support for attending a professional conference or continuing education training. The Mood Disorders Center is one of five programs that comprise our rapidly expanding clinical treatment services of the Child Mind Institute. The Center offers cutting edge, tailored treatment for children, adolescents, and young adults suffering from mood disorders and related concerns, including depressive disorders, bipolar disorder, disruptive mood dysregulation disorder, suicidality and self-harm, and emotional dysregulation, as well as comorbid diagnoses such as anxiety and ADHD, and includes our adherent Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) program for children, preadolescents, adolescents, and young adults. The Center is dedicated to giving children and families the tools and support they need to improve their functioning and flourish at home, school, and in the community. As a component of the training experience, the post-doctoral fellow will participate in a variety of learning experiences at the Child Mind Institute. Specifically, fellows will attend multidisciplinary case conferences, clinical meetings with center staff, and attend lectures through our Visiting Professor Series, consisting of renowned experts in mental health. Fellows will also be given the opportunity to give presentations at schools and local community organizations. Additionally, there will be opportunities to collaborate with writers on specific topics for the Child Mind Institute website and with other services within the Child Mind Institute. To apply, please submit the following: (1) Cover letter (attention: Jill Emanuele, PhD, Senior Director, Mood Disorders Center and Kenneth Schuster, PsyD, Director of Clinical Training), (2) Curriculum vitae, (3) Three letters of recommendation, and (4) A treatment summary or case conceptualization (no more than 2-3 pages) representing your use of evidence-based interventions with a child, adolescent, or young adult, preferably an individual with a mood disorder or emotional dysregulation. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled and applicants are strongly encouraged to apply as early as possible. Any questions or inquiries can be directed to Jill Emanuele, PhD, Senior Director, Mood Disorders Center (jill.emanuele@childmind.org).

  42. Brown University T32 ResearchTraining Program in Child Mental Health. The Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Postdoctoral Fellowship Training Program’s Research Fellowship Program (RFP) is offering postdoctoral fellowship positions in Child Mental Health Research sponsored by an NIMH-funded T32 Research Training grant.The T32 Research Training Program in Child Mental Health prepares post-residency psychiatrists, postdoctoral psychologists, and behavioral scientists to conduct independent research in the area of child mental health as full-time University faculty members. The Program is a two-year fellowship in which research fellows train under the guidance of experienced mentors. It includes didactic work, grant writing, participation in ongoing funded projects, and independent research. Participating faculty have expertise in normal development, psychophathology, psychophysiology and public health.  This diversity allows for four broad areas of research training: 1) developmental processes and risk factors (emphasis on infants, toddlers, and preschoolers in risk contexts); 2) pediatric psychology/psychiatry including HIV, obesity, asthma; 3) biological basis of biobehavioral regulation including genetics, chronobiology and neuroimaging; and 4) childhood mood, anxiety, and substance use disorders. For further application details, please visit the Postdoctoral Fellowship Applicant link on our website.

  43. University of Rochester Med Ctr Fellowships.  Two Postdoctoral Fellowship positions are available within the Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. The successful candidates will provide supervised clinical care and research in our state-of-the-art outpatient and integrated behavioral health settings. In addition to outpatient care, Fellows may select an expanded school mental health, integrated pediatric primary care, and/or integrated pediatric specialty care component to their training. In order to provide the best training experience, fellows provide frequent input regarding what types of patients they wish to see in outpatient settings including the ability to focus on certain disorders (e.g., Depression, Anxiety, ASD, PTSD/trauma) or populations (e.g., preschool age children, LGBTQ youth). Fellows participate in clinical research as a member of the Innovation in Child Mental Health Care Delivery Lab or the Observational Research and Behavioral Information Technology Lab. Additional fellow responsibilities include participation in didactics and clinical supervision of junior trainees and multidisciplinary clinical staff. Fellowship is designed so that fellows can pursue careers in patient care, teaching, scientific research, and administration. All fellows participate in clinical research according to their career goals. Applications preferred by December 15th but will be accepted on a rolling basis until the positions are filled. Our program follows the APPIC guidelines, and is accepting applications through APPA CAS. Visit our “How to Apply” page on our website for more information: https://www.urmc.rochester.edu/psychiatry/education/psychology-internship-and- fellowship/postdoctoral-fellowship.aspx.  For questions, contact Linda Brown 585-275-3563 Linda_Brown@URMC.Rochester.edu

  44. Postdoctoral Residency Program in Clinical Child Psychology inAutism and Related Disorders at Kennedy Krieger Institute.  The Center for Autism and Related Disorders at Kennedy Krieger Institute announces one opening for a two-year postdoctoral residency in Clinical Child Psychology in Autism and Related Disorders designed to provide supervised experiences in psychological assessment, diagnostic evaluation, and treatment and consultation, and to prepare residents to become leaders in the field of autism spectrum disorder. Training begins September 1, 2020. Supervised experiences include diagnostic and psychological assessments of children from toddlerhood through young adulthood who present with a concern for autism spectrum disorder and a wide range of co-occurring conditions including intellectual disability, developmental delays, genetic disorders, ADHD, learning issues, and social-emotional disorders. Intervention experiences include individual, group and family therapy with children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorders using behavioral and cognitive-behavioral therapy modalities. Didactics include seminars in key topics related to autism and other developmental disabilities, psychological assessment and intervention, and professional development in psychology. Multiple opportunities for adjunctive training in research, intervention, assessment, and public policy/educational law are offered.  Applicants for this position should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vita, graduate transcripts, three letters of reference, and two assessment samples by January 31, 2020. Official graduate transcripts must be sent directly from the applicant's university. Application materials can be mailed or e-mailed. Electronic submission of materials is preferred. E-mail application materials to keefer@kennedykrieger.org. In-person interviews will be scheduled on February 10, 2020 and on February 19, 2020. Fellowship offers will be made on the universal notification date (February 24, 2020). Please direct questions about the program to Dr. Amy Keefer at keefer@kennedykrieger.org. For additional information, please see our website at: https://www.kennedykrieger.org/training/programs/programs/postdoctoral-residency-clinical-child-psychology-autism-related-disorders

  45. Post-Doctoral Fellow - Ohio University. PI Julie S. Owens, Ph.D., and Co-PI Steven W. Evans, Ph.D., Co-Directors of the Center for Intervention Research in Schools (www.oucirs.org) invite applications for two postdoctoral fellows. The two-year fellowships are designed to prepare fellows for licensure in psychology and pursuit of a tenure-track position in academia. The fellows will play a leadership role in a randomized controlled trial (Goal 3) funded by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) evaluating two models of coaching and implementation supports for teachers’ use of universal and targeted classroom interventions for elementary school students. The fellows will assist with project management, supervision of graduate and undergraduate students and staff, and have the opportunity to publish manuscripts from project data and other datasets. Candidates should have a doctorate in clinical, educational, or developmental psychology, school psychology, education, public health, or related discipline. Candidates with experience in academic-¬community partnerships and/or school mental health research are especially encouraged to apply. The projected start date for these positions is June or July of 2020. Please send application materials (statement of interest, curriculum vitae, and three letters of references) to Julie S. Owens, Ph.D. (owensj@ohio.edu; or online at: http://www.ohiouniversityjobs.com/postings/32733). The review of applications will begin immediately, and the position will remain open until filled. For full consideration please apply by 11:59 pm EST on December 1, 2019.

  46. UC Davis MIND Institute LEND Program Postdoctoral Fellowship. The UC Davis MIND Institute Northern California Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND) program, which includes the California State University Sacramento (CSUS), is recruiting for a 1-year postdoctoral fellowship specializing in Child Psychology/Neurodevelopmental disabilities. This is a combined clinical and LEND fellowship program, and the fellow will participate in 50% clinical assessment and intervention for children with neurodevelopmental disabilities, and 50% combined participation in research, seminars, and community based programs. Supervised experiences include consultation, assessment, and treatment of individuals from infancy through adolescence who present with neurodevelopmental concerns. Trainees will participate in the provision of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for anxiety amongst youth with and without autism or other developmental disabilities. More information available here: http://www.ucdmc.ucdavis.edu/mindinstitute/education/lend/lend-index.html 

  47. Autism Spectrum Disorder Postdoctoral Fellowship Available for 2020-2021 training year. The University of Michigan Center for the Child and Family (UCCF) and the University of Michigan Autism Consultation and Treatment Services (UM-ACTS) is accepting applications from qualified candidates for the 2020-2021 Postdoctoral Fellowship year. Supervisors include licensed psychologists and a Doctoral level-Board Certified Behavioral Analyst who are committed to bridging the gap between child and adult focused assessment and intervention services for individuals with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Training will be provided in both the assessment of ASD, as well as empirically based approaches to the assessment and treatment of both internalizing and externalizing behaviors among toddlers, school aged children, adolescents, and adults diagnosed with Autism. Opportunities include:

    · Working with college students with ASD and collaborating with members of the university community to best meet the needs of this population through participation in the University of Michigan’s Autism Spectrum Disorder Work Group. This group aims to address barriers that students on the spectrum experience, and the role that faculty/staff can play in supporting their success.

    · Consulting with trainees and staff to share expertise on ASD throughout the lifespan during weekly case conferences and training seminars.

    · Consulting with on-campus daycares to provide consultation, assessment, and intervention for children attending these centers.

    · Conducting and assisting with a variety of group therapy sessions, such as PEERS or other social skills programs, self-compassion, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, and dialectical behavior therapy.

    · Research partnerships may be an option

    To speak to someone about this position, please contact Kristen Kalymon, Ph.D., BCBA-D, Director of UM-ACTS at the Mary A. Rackham Institute, University of Michigan, at kkalymon@umich.edu. You are also welcome to contact our most recent alum of this ASD-specific Child Psychology Fellowship, Dr. Michael Brachfeld at mbrach32@gmail.com.

  48. Postdoctoral Fellowship in Program Evaluation/Clinical Outcomes at Kennedy Krieger Institute. Clinical Outcomes supervisors work with each fellow to create an individualized training experience. Fellows will have the opportunity to train within an interdisciplinary team in a variety of contexts including providing supervision of program staff and conducting program evaluation. In addition, fellows are provided with the opportunity to attend and/or present research at local and national conferences. The minimum number of hours required in the training program is 2,000, with fellows receiving written evaluations three times throughout the training year and a minimum of two hours of individual face to face supervision per week. In addition to individual supervision, the fellow is actively involved in at least two hours per week of professional development, team meetings, journal reviews, and/or research meetings. Applicants should submit applications via direct email (psychology@kennedykrieger.org) by providing the following: (1) A cover letter stating the specific fellowship to which you are applying, and include your professional academic preparation and work experience, career interests, and reasons for applying. (2) A copy of your most recent curriculum vitae. (3) Original transcripts of all graduate-level coursework should be issued to Dr. Valerie Paasch and mailed directly to us from Registrar's Office. (4) Letters of recommendations written by three professors or work supervisors addressed to Dr. Valerie Paasch and forwarded directly to the Kennedy Krieger Institute. (5) Verification of Completion letter (to be completed by dissertation chair or Director of Clinical Training) indicating dissertation will be defended and approved one month before fellowship begins (by July 31). Exception: This letter is not needed if your official transcript reflects your degree has already been awarded. THE DEADLINE FOR RECEIPT OF ALL APPLICATION MATERIALS FOR THE PROGRAM EVALUATION/ CLINICAL OUTCOMES POSITION, INCLUDING LETTERS OF RECOMMENDATION IS FEBRUARY 1. PLEASE NOTE: COMPLETED APPLICATIONS ARE REVIEWED AS THEY ARE RECEIVED. ALL APPLICANTS WILL BE NOTIFIED OF THEIR STATUS BY FEBRUARY 24. For more information, please email psychology@kennedykrieger.org or call 443-923-7533.

  49. Post-doctoral position at Utah State University with focus on ASD.  For full position description and information on how to apply see here: https://careers-usu.icims.com/jobs/2233/postdoctoral-fellow-ii---child-psychology/job. For more information contact, Maryellen McClain Verdoes at maryellen.mcclainverdoes@usu.edu or 435-797-6373.

  50. Penn State CAPS - Post-Doctoral Fellowship positions for 2020-2021. The Pennsylvania State University, Center for Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), University Park, PA has four Psychologist 2 positions starting August 6, 2020. Link to Job on Job Website: https://psu.jobs/job/92289https://psu.jobs/job/92289. Duties include individual and group psychotherapy, initial consultations and triage, assessment, outreach and consultation, and crisis intervention. These positions are intended to focus on accruing supervised clinical hours for licensure as a psychologist. Application review will begin on Thursday, January 23, 2020 and will continue until the positions are filled. In addition to the online application process, candidates should also upload 3 letters of reference and transcripts of graduate work. At least two letters should be from supervisors familiar with the applicant’s most recent clinical work. At least one letter of reference should be from someone in the applicant’s doctoral program. These are fixed-term appointments funded for one year from date of hire.

  51. UC Davis MIND Institute T32 postdoctoral position - Autism Research Training Program.  The UC Davis MIND Institute is currently recruiting for 4 NIH-funded postdoctoral (Ph.D. or M.D.) positions within the Autism Research Training Program (restricted to US citizens and permanent residents only). Positions will begin September 1, 2020 and are for two years, subject to successful review during the first year; stipend levels follow NIH guidelines. The goal of this program is to train interdisciplinary autism research scientists. The MIND Institute and UC Davis provide a unique environment for conducting postdoctoral research on multiple aspects of autism. Application deadline: March 1, 2020, Faculty Review/ Selection Announcement: April 1, 2020, Offer Letters Signed/Accepted: June 1, 2020, Start Date: September 1, 2020. Application information can be found here: https://health.ucdavis.edu/mindinstitute/education/postdoc_training/application.html

  52. Postdoctoral Fellowship at Dartmouth - Young Adult Digital Health Intervention Research. We are seeking an early career scientist interested in pursuing postdoctoral training focused on digital and web-based interventions for health behavior among young adults and adolescents. The postdoctoral fellow will participate in a randomized clinical trial targeting adherence and glycemic control among young adults with type 1 diabetes. This trial uses a novel factorial design and a national digital direct-to-patient recruitment method and intervention delivery model that transcends the clinic. Intervention components include an app to promote goal setting, plus incentives and web health coaching. In addition, multiple mechanisms are assessed longitudinally related to self-regulation. Responsibilities involve coordinating the randomized clinical trial, including supervision of research staff and health coaches, data management and analysis, and manuscript preparation. The postdoc will have the opportunity to be the lead author on manuscripts, to participate in preparation of grant applications, and to develop independent projects. Financial support for conference travel is available. Overall, the position provides excellent preparation for an academic/scientific career. Fellows will benefit from the rich academic environment of the Dartmouth Center for Technology and Behavioral Health (CTBH; www.c4tbh.org). The CTBH is a P30 “Center of Excellence” funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Comprised of an interdisciplinary team of leaders in behavioral science and technology, CTBH aims to draw on the dynamic synergy between innovation, rigorous evaluation, and strategic dissemination to lead transformations in delivery of evidence-based behavioral health care using technology. Competitive pilot grant awards are available annually for fellows through the CTBH. Position is expected to last 2 years, with the possibility of a 3rd year. Position may be funded through an R01 or via our T32 training program in the Science of Co-Occurring Disorders that funds 4 postdoctoral and 3 predoctoral trainees (https://geiselmed.dartmouth.edu/scd/). Desired start date is between July 1 and September 1, 2020. Applicants must have completed doctoral training in psychology or a related field and have research experience. Clinical Ph.D. preferred, and supervision for licensure is available. Individuals from disadvantaged groups are encouraged to apply. Dartmouth College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and encourages applications from women and members of minority groups. Inquire or send/e-mail letter of interest, CV, and 3 letters of reference to: Catherine Stanger, Ph.D., Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, Center for Technology and Behavioral Health, Lebanon, NH 03756. Email: Catherine.stanger@dartmouth.edu. Phone: 603-646-7023.

  53. Clinical Research Postdoctoral Position - Seaver Autism Center for Research and Treatment - Department of Psychiatry, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. The Seaver Autism Center for Research and Treatment is seeking one full-time Clinical Research Postdoctoral Fellow to join the team at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City. The Seaver Autism Center leads a progressive research program while providing comprehensive, personalized care to children and adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and rare genetic syndromes associated with ASD (e.g., Phelan-McDermid syndrome, FOXP1 syndrome, ADNP syndrome, DDX3X syndrome, Fragile X syndrome). Our multidisciplinary team of clinical and preclinical faculty seek to identify the causes of neurodevelopmental disorders and advance effective treatments. Clinical Responsibilities:  The fellow will actively participate in multidisciplinary diagnostic evaluations of research participants to complete hours for clinical psychology licensure. Experience with all modules of the ADOS-2, ADI-R, and cognitive assessments is preferred. The fellow will also assist with report writing. Seeking applicants with excellent written and oral communication skills and the ability to collaborate with families and multidisciplinary teams. The fellow will be involved in the supervision and mentorship of psychology graduate students and post-baccalaureate research coordinators. Additional clinical experiences (e.g., treatment cases, neuropsychological testing) and involvement in the Seaver Center’s Community Outreach Program (e.g., social skills groups) are possible for interested candidates. Research Responsibilities: The fellow will be involved in a variety of cutting-edge research studies ranging from natural history studies to clinical trials. The fellow will also play a critical role in phenotyping for the Center’s Rare Disease Program. Additional opportunities include participation in weekly multidisciplinary research meetings, manuscript preparation, and presentations at national and international conferences. There is also the opportunity to develop projects related to personal research interests. Interdisciplinary collaboration is available and encouraged. The start date is Summer 2020, with some flexibility. Interested candidates should e-mail a CV, statement of interest, and contact information for three references to paige.siper@mssm.edu and ivy.giserman-kiss@mssm.edu by February 5, 2020. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. For more information about the Seaver Center, visit: https://icahn.mssm.edu/research/seaver.

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