Psychology Job Wiki 2022-2023: Postdocs

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Postdoctoral Jobs

Clinical & Counseling

Montclair State University Cognitive neuroscience of music therapy (posted under Neuro)

University of Minnesota Seeking candidates for a postdoctoral position in Psychiatry with Michael Bronstein's lab, to assist with multi-year externally funded project developing neuroscience-informed tools for identifying people experiencing suicidality or psychosis. Start: Summer 2023. Salaries above NIH rates for qualified candidates. contact: ude.nmu|931snorb#ude.nmu|931snorb with your CV for more info.

Stanford University This postdoctoral position starts Summer 2023 and supports an NIH-funded research program between the Department of Emergency Medicine, the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, and community partners in East San José, California working on a newly funded R01 addressing mental health needs and barriers to mental health services among the Latinx community. Spanish and English fluency is required. The position is supervised by Dr. Jennifer Newberry and Dr. Debra Kaysen. [https://tinyurl.com/yz74xjap]

University of Oregon Postdoctoral scholar; 50/50 research and clinical position renewable for several years; research focuses on emotion dysregulation, DBT, and suicide among parents who have young children; supervised by Dr. Maureen Zalewski; [https://careers.uoregon.edu/en-us/job/531634/postdoctoral-scholar]. Review of applications starts 5/15.

University of Washington Postdoctoral fellowship in leading clinical trials on enhancing recovery following traumatic events. [https://ap.washington.edu/ahr/position-details/?job_id=112774]. Applications accepted until position is filled.

Shriners Children's Chicago Shriners Children’s Chicago Psychology Department invites applicants for a postdoctoral fellowship position in pediatric / rehabilitation psychology. This two-year research and clinical position will begin summer or fall 2023. We are especially interested in recruiting an individual with research and clinical interests in pediatric spinal cord dysfunctions, orthopedic conditions, and neurodevelopmental disabilities. Applications are will be accepted and reviewed until the position is filled. Please see the announcement for more information.

University at Buffalo, SUNY Department of Psychology and the Social Development lab invites applications for a postdoctoral research fellowship. The Social Development Lab (PI: Jamie Ostrov, Professor of Psychology and Clinical Area Head) is recruiting a post-doctoral fellow (to start in early summer 2023) working on a new RCT (supported on a new 5-year R01 from NICHD) to reduce aggression/bullying behaviors and promote social skills in early childhood. This work involves coaching teachers to deliver the manualized program, psychophysiology, school-based behavioral observations, individual child assessments, and the school transition from preschool to kindergarten. There are lots of time/opportunity/support to work on publishing papers from existing and on-going projects. Applications may be completed/submitted via the ubjobs sites: https://www.ubjobs.buffalo.edu/postings/40356 and questions may be directed to the PI at ude.olaffub|vortsoj#ude.olaffub|vortsoj

Baylor College of Medicine Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences invites applications for a postdoctoral clinical research fellowship in child mental health. Under the mentorship of Dr. Eric Storch, the fellowship will provide training in therapy and assessment in a clinical research context. A wide range of training opportunities may be available, including specialized training in exposure and response prevention for OCD and related disorders, transdiagnostic CBT for anxiety/depression in autistic adolescents, as well as assessment as part of the Texas Child Mental Health Research Networks. There will be opportunities for participation in other studies in the lab as well focused on innovative assessment and treatment methods for OCD, autism, anxiety, and misophonia, among other populations. The fellow will also have the opportunity to provide tiered supervision to more junior trainees. The fellow will be encouraged to contribute to the lab’s strong funding and publication record.

Applicants should have completed their doctoral degree (inclusive of internship) by the start of employment. This fellowship track meets the licensure requirements for Clinical Psychologists in the State of Texas. The fellow is encouraged to pursue licensure in Texas during the year. Applicants must come from an APA- or CPA-Accredited clinical or counseling doctoral psychology training programs. Applicants must have completed all requirements of their doctoral degrees by the start of the fellowship, including dissertation, and APA- or CPA-accredited internships. U.S. citizenship is not a requirement of this fellowship. Search remains open until positions are filled. Located in Houston Texas, a community offering a relaxed, low-cost but high-quality lifestyle.

To apply, send a curriculum vitae, letter of interest, and arrange to have three letters of recommendation to: Eric. A. Storch, Ph.D., OCD and Related Disorders Program, Baylor College of Medicine Department of Psychiatry, 1 Baylor Plaza, MS350, Houston TX 77030 or ude.mcb|hcrots.cire#ude.mcb|hcrots.cire. Applications will be reviewed as soon as complete – offers will be announced pending identification of an appropriate candidate.

The Behavioral Health Innovation and Dissemination Center at the University of Utah is recruiting a postdoctoral research fellow for a one- to two-year position. The primary roles of the postdoctoral fellow will be to assist with data management and statistical analysis on on-going and upcoming extramurally-funded clinical trials and basic science studies of romantic relationships as well as to assist with the preparation and submission of new grant applications to extramural funding agencies such as NIH, AHRQ, SAMSHA, etc. Clinical opportunities are also available if desired. Start date is flexible between June 1 and August 15, 2023. Please click here to download the job ad. Applications are being accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis. Questions may be directed to BHIDC co-directors, Brian Baucom, ude.hatu|mocuab.nairb#ude.hatu|mocuab.nairb, or Feea Leifker, --.ude.hatu|rekfiel.aeef#--.ude.hatu|rekfiel.aeef

CURIO: Postdoctoral Fellowship at Curio. The Curio Science Team is focused on conducting and publishing research to forward the field of psychedelics, as well as behavioral health in general. ‍Curio invites applicants who are academically trained who want to transition to industry for a postdoctoral fellowship under the supervision of Dr. Jennifer Huberty, Chief Science Officer. The trainee will work with Curio Science establishing evidence for business priorities.‍ ‍The primary responsibility will be to help implement a randomized controlled trial, develop research questions and study design, analyze data for and write manuscripts and assist in grant writing. The trainee will also serve as a scientific writer and conduit to communicating scientific evidence to our customers (e.g., blogs, social media posts, newsletters) which includes keeping abreast of research and advancements in psychedelic science and developing story ideas and press releases.

The position is a one-year fellowship that may be renewed contingent on funding. Job posting here. To Apply Click This Link!

The Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Harvard Medical School (HMS) in Boston is recruiting for a full-time, one- to two-year postdoctoral clinical psychology fellowship

The overarching goal of the position is to conduct clinical research to improve the lives of children, youth, and families affected by trauma and early life adversities. Expected start date: Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis with the latest start date being September 1, 2023. This full-time fellowship can be one- or two years in length with clinical training and research opportunities including: Supervised clinical experience in screening, assessment and interventions using trauma-informed approaches for children and parents, Implementing a pilot clinical intervention research project integrating community-based participatory research approaches and a range of psychosocial measures and biomarkers, Opportunities to develop clinical research projects through the clinical research pilot, Participation in educational and training activities, The postdoctoral fellow will receive weekly clinical supervision and research mentorship.
This fellowship includes protected time for clinical and research training and responsibilities. There is flexibility in tailoring the fellowship to suit career development goals as a clinician-researcher in academic medicine. For instance, the fellow will be encouraged to utilize data from the pilot clinical research project to apply for intramural or extramural funding for their future projects. The fellowship may also be designed towards a clinically oriented track; hence, individuals with some research experience who are primarily interested in developing their skills in trauma-informed interventions for children and families are also encouraged to apply.
Qualifications: PhD in clinical psychology (or a related field) or a PsyD from an APA-accredited graduate program and an APA-accredited pre-doctoral clinical internship site, preferably in clinical child psychology. Applicants must have prior experience conducting trauma-focused therapy with children, adolescents and families. At least 4 years of research experience, inclusive of research experience acquired during doctoral training. Commitment to anti-racism, diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Applications will be processed on a rolling basis beginning immediately. Interviews will be conducted virtually and will be offered to competitive candidates. To apply, please submit a detailed letter of interest, CV, copy of certified transcript of doctoral work, and letters of recommendation from three professional references (include at least one referee who can comment on clinical psychotherapy training and skills, and one referee who can comment on research methodology experience and skills) to: Diana Harrington, practice manager, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, at ude.dravrah.hgm|notgnirrahjd#ude.dravrah.hgm|notgnirrahjd For questions about the fellowship position, please email Archana Basu PhD, ude.dravrah.hgm|5usaba#ude.dravrah.hgm|5usaba.

Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis The Risk-Taking, Impulsivity, Substance Use, and Cognition (RISC) laboratory in the Department of Psychology at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) has an immediate opening for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow. The lab is led by Dr. Melissa Cyders. Applicants should possess a Ph.D. degree in Clinical Psychology or other relevant disciplines, and an excellent publication track record. The specific projects are part of an exciting research program focusing on how impulsivity and its related neurocognitive underpinnings impart risk for substance and alcohol use. Consideration for the postdoc position will be given to candidates with a strong background in human subjects research, grant and publication writing, and longitudinal design and analysis. Additional desired skills (that could also be developed during the post-doctoral position) include familiarity with qualitative data coding and analysis, alcohol administration work, and analysis of functional magnetic resonance imaging. Applicants should be scientifically driven and self-motivated individuals with the highest commitment to excellence in scholarship. The duration of the initial appointment will be for up to three years, with the position renewable yearly based on research productivity, performance, and funding. This listing will remain open until the position is filled and applications will be evaluated on a rolling basis. If interested in applying, please email the following information to Dr. Melissa Cyders (ude.ui|sredycm#ude.ui|sredycm): Research summary (up to 2 pages), Curriculum Vita (CV) including publications and skills, and Contact information of 3 references. Please refer to https://science.iupui.edu/psychology/research/faculty-labs/risc-lab/index.html for more information about the RISC lab group.

UNC Charlotte Suicide Prevention Research The UNC Charlotte Department of Public Health Sciences (Under Dr. Rob Cramer and Dr. Laura Gunn) is recruiting for postdoctoral research fellow for a DoD-funded study testing a group therapy intervention to reduce suicide among active duty military. The role involves working with a three-site team (my team at UNC Charlotte, along with Ohio State University and Naval Medical Center Portsmouth). The fellow will have ample time for independent research and professional development, working with Dr. Cramer on an individualized mentoring plan. Other areas of mentoring available are quant methods, qual methods, LGBTQ health, and violence prevention. Teaching and/or clinical components are possible based on the applicant’s interests. All psychology subdisciplines, as well as other degrees (e.g., social work, public health, data science) are welcomed! More information about the postdoc is here: (https://jobs.charlotte.edu/postings/47802). Questions can be directed to Dr. Cramer. Start date is negotiable between 4/1/203 and 9/1/2023.

*Emory Healthcare Veterans Program* The Emory Healthcare Veterans Program (EHVP) in Atlanta, Georgia is offering a two-year fellowship that provides advanced training to prepare trainees to assume a variety of roles as professional psychologists, with in-depth training in serving the mental health needs of our nation’s veteran population. The EHVP Fellowship is structured with a dual focus on advanced clinical training and clinical research. Fellows obtain outstanding training in the practice of clinical psychology under the direction of Dr. Barbara O. Rothbaum and Dr. Sheila A.M. Rauch, with in-depth training in evidence-based treatment for the invisible wounds of war (PTSD, MST, TBI, SUD, and depression, among others) among a diverse Veteran population. Fellows practice within an interdisciplinary team that provides holistic care including outpatient and innovative intensive outpatient settings. Trainees contribute to the leading edge of knowledge in evidence-based care. Research interests among EHVP faculty include, but are not limited to: PTSD, anxiety, mental health disparities and access to care, psychotherapy outcomes, military sexual trauma (MST), exposure therapy, substance use disorders, virtual reality-based exposure therapies (VRET), adjunctive pharmacological therapies (MDMA, THC), neurobiological predictors/outcomes of treatment, and early intervention/prevention of PTSD. Participation in research provides opportunities to gain a breadth of practice and collaborate with colleagues across the Emory community and nationwide. As a program housed within Emory University and Emory Healthcare, the full and rich resources of this thriving community are available to fellows, including access to events, museums, and scholarly fellowship. The program also actively fosters professional development, with support for licensure and frequent opportunities for specialized training, consultation networks, and community outreach. The stipend is currently $54,840. Required: PhD/PsyD in Clinical Psychology; Desired: Experience in clinical research, exposure therapy, treatment of PTSD and associated comorbidities, and/or working with veterans. To apply, please send a cover letter, CV, and three letters of recommendation to Dr. Katie Ragsdale, Associate Director of Training, at ude.yrome|dsgarak#ude.yrome|dsgarak, and complete the application at https://faculty-emory.icims.com/jobs/97244/job. Interviews are conducted and offers are made on a rolling basis, so early application is strongly encouraged. Please direct any questions to Dr. Ragsdale at ude.yrome|dsgarak#ude.yrome|dsgarak.

San Diego State University SDSU seeks a postdoctoral fellow in the Child and Adolescent Services Research Center (CASRC) with Dr. Mary Baker-Ericzen in the field of autism services research. The project is a multi-institutional grant in collaboration with AASPIRE team to develop and test autism patient-reported outcome measures (AUT-PROM) toolbox. (https://careers.sdsu.edu/en-us/job/516085/postdoctoral-research-fellow-administration-rehabilitation-and-postsecondary-education). Position is available NOW. Applications receipt until position filled. Can contact Dr. Mary Baker-Ericzen at ude.usds|nezcirerekabm#ude.usds|nezcirerekabm with questions.

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, ASSOCIATE/POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH POSITION: We have openings for a social or health psychologist with an interest in conducting research on basic processes related to attitudes, persuasion, and motivation, as well as applications to health promotion and science communication. The work involves laboratory and field methods, as well as meta-analysis and analysis of social media information. Exceptional quantitative and writing skills are essential, as is the ability to work collaboratively in an interdisciplinary team. The funding is expected to lead to multiple publications a year in areas relevant to the research conducted in the Social Action Lab (http:/San Diego State University SDSU seeks a postdoctoral fellow in the Child and Adolescent Services Research Center (CASRC) with Dr. Mary Baker-Ericzen in the field of autism services research. The project is a multi-institutional grant in collaboration with AASPIRE team to develop and test autism patient-reported outcome measures (AUT-PROM) toolbox. (https://careers.sdsu.edu/en-us/job/516085/postdoctoral-research-fellow-administration-rehabilitation-and-postsecondary-education). Position is available NOW. Applications receipt until position filled. Can contact Dr. Mary Baker-Ericzen at ude.usds|nezcirerekabm#ude.usds|nezcirerekabm with questions.
/socialactionlab.wix.com/albarracin). The researchers are also expected to contribute to the writing of applications for Federal funding. Positions may be renewed contingent on funding and satisfactory performance. Applications are being accepted immediately and will be reviewed until the position is filled, at which point the ad will be removed. Special Instructions If interested, please submit your CV, a research statement and sample papers to ude.nnepu|ablad#ude.nnepu|ablad Contact Information
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The University of Connecticut (UConn) School of Medicine Postdoctoral Fellowship in Recovery Research for Emerging Adults The UConn School of Medicine is recruiting for a new postdoctoral research fellowship focused on substance use recovery support services for emerging adults. The fellow will work directly with Dr. Kristyn Zajac, with opportunities for external mentorship from researchers at the Oregon Social Learning Center and the University of Massachusetts School of Medicine. The fellow will primarily work on a NIDA-funded Initiative (the Collaborative Hub for Emerging Adult Recovery Research [CHEARR], R24DA057632) focused on recovery supports for emerging adults with opioid use disorder. CHEARR seeks to advance research on the efficacy/effectiveness of recovery support services, particularly continuing care models, for emerging adults who take or who have taken medications for opioid use disorder. Of note, recruiting postdoctoral fellows with lived experience (i.e., in recovery from substance use and/or personal experience with familial substance use problems) is a high priority for CHEARR. Therefore, we encourage applicants with lived experience and applicants from communities that are historically underrepresented in science to apply for this position. Please visit this link for more info and for instructions on how to apply. https://health.uconn.edu/contingency-management/wp-content/uploads/sites/119/2023/01/CHEARR-Post-doc-flyer-FINAL1-1.pdf

University of Connecticut. The Human Development and Family Sciences Department at the University of Connecticut invites applications for a non-tenure-track Research and Teaching Scholar (Assistant Research Professor) with a focus on evaluation of community-based services with historically marginalized individuals. This is a two-year position, renewed annually, to conduct research in the Center for Applied Research in Human Development (CARHD) and teach one related undergraduate course per year. The position is partially funded by the sponsoring faculty member, Dr. Beth Russell, Associate Professor of Human Development and Family Sciences and CARHD Director. The successful candidate will contribute to existing CARHD evaluations of community-based services across research areas, with opportunity to develop their own lines of inquiry in our applied research center. The position involves contributing to evaluations of applied projects in partnership with several community partners seeking to reduce disparities through implementing human services (e.g., school-based services for historically marginalized students) and public health programs (i.e., behavioral health service linkage and utilization). Strong quantitative expertise and interest in applied research in communities characterized by intersecting identities that are historically marginalized are preferred. This is a full-time, non-tenure-track position anticipated to begin in the Fall Semester of 2023. All questions can be directed to the search chair, Dr. Beth Russell, at ude.nnocu|llessur.hteb#ude.nnocu|llessur.hteb. Please see full description for job 24295 and apply online here: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/24295

University of Missouri. The Statistics, Measurement & Evaluation in Education program and the Prosocial Development and Education Research Lab is recruiting a Post-doctoral Fellow to work on the Math+SEL+Equity program to help middle school math teachers combine prosocial education and equity with high-quality math instruction. Position is full-time, benefit eligible. Applications will be reviewed starting January 3, and on a rolling basis. Start date negotiable but can begin Spring 2023. For more details and to apply, see job #45194 at: https://hrs.missouri.edu/find-a-job. Questions can be directed to Christi Bergin at ude.metsysmu|cnigreb#ude.metsysmu|cnigreb.

Brandeis University & University of Colorado Boulder Post-doctoral Research Associate in Emerging Adult Mental Health and Neurocognition. Candidates are being considered for a full-time postdoctoral position to work on a NIMH funded multi-site study lead by Dr. Roselinde Kaiser in the Department of Psychology & Neuroscience at the University of Colorado Boulder and Dr. Hannah Snyder in the Department of Psychology at Brandeis University. The postdoc will work jointly with both PIs and will have the option of working either from CU Boulder or Brandeis (Boston metro area) based on their geographic preference. The person who fills this position will become part of a team working on a longitudinal study with emerging adult college students that investigates neurocognitive risk and resilience for internalizing psychopathology. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled, with an ideal employment start in summer or fall of 2023. For more information and to apply: https://jobs.psychologicalscience.org/job/6681/postdoctoral-associate/

Fordham University (Postdoctoral Fellow)
The Youth Development in Diverse Contexts Lab is looking for a postdoctoral fellow to collaborate on a submission for a NIMHD Diversity Supplement. This is a 2-year position, supervised by Dr. Tiffany Yip, to work on a longitudinal NIH grant focused on sleep, health, and academic disparities among college students. Candidates must have a strong interest in young adult development, discrimination, and health disparities. This position is a great opportunity for a post-doctoral student with a passion for research and to build upon their doctoral training in development, clinical, counseling psychology or related fields before applying to faculty positions. Applicants must graduate in the spring of 2023 and be willing to assist in the preparation of a diversity supplement application to the NIH before June 1. Notification of the award is expected in July with an anticipated start date of September 2023. NIH guidelines for eligibility for the diversity supplement are appended below.
Interested students should email Tiffany Yip (ude.mahdrof|piyt#ude.mahdrof|piyt) with CV and brief statement of interest by March 15.

University of Missouri Postdoctoral position in sleep and addiction research (for best consideration, deadline 1/22/2023). Ideal candidates will conduct research in an area that lends itself to collaboration with Dr. Mary Beth Miller. Current projects target sleep in alcohol use outcomes and the etiology and prevention of alcohol-induced blackouts (see PMC7879415, PMC8131236, PMC6167144, PMC8113078 for sample projects). For more information and to apply: https://medicine.missouri.edu/centers-institutes-labs/hit-research-lab/join-the-team

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences has an opening for a one-year post-doctoral fellow in Trauma Psychology for the training year 2023-2024 (https://medicine.uams.edu/psychiatry/postdoc-fellowships/trauma-psychology/). The fellowship start date is July - August 2023. The fellow will divide their time approximately equally between clinical practice and research. The fellow will receive supervised experience providing trauma-focused treatments to adult outpatients with PTSD. This fellowship also offers a unique opportunity to provide preventative and early treatment interventions to patients who have experienced acute trauma related to traumatic injury and hospitalization in partnership with UAMS’ Division of Trauma & Acute Care Surgery under the mentorship of Dr. Sacha McBain. The fellow’s research time will be housed within the Health and the Legal System: Research, Practice, and Policy Lab directed by Dr. Melissa Zielinski. The fellow will work on research that sits at the intersection of trauma, PTSD, addiction, and incarceration. They will work primarily on ongoing research projects, conduct secondary analyses on existing data sets, develop manuscripts for publication, and have the opportunity to prepare applications to federal and other funding agencies for research support.

OCD Institute, McLean Hospital The Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Institute (OCDI) at McLean Hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts is recruiting a full-time clinical research postdoctoral fellow for the 2023-2024 academic year. In this position, 50% of the time will be spent on research activities, and 50% on clinical activities. The fellowship position includes a joint appointment as a Fellow in Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, providing access to the McLean Hospital and Harvard Medical School academic environment and resources. For more information, please email ude.dravrah.naelcm|nietsneklafm#ude.dravrah.naelcm|nietsneklafm

Auburn University – Auburn, Alabama ([https://www.auemployment.com/postings/32755]; start date Summer or Fall 2023) Postdoctoral Research Fellow with Dr. Mona El-Sheikh

VA Connecticut Healthcare System - West Haven The Intimate Partner Violence Center for Innovation and Research (IPV-CIR) is hiring for a 2-year postdoctoral research fellowship (75% research, 25% clinical), with a summer/fall 2023 anticipated start date. IPV-CIR is a a National VA IPV Assistance Program Innovation Hub, located in and additionally supported by the PRIME Center at VA Connecticut Healthcare System. Our mission is to develop, disseminate, implement, and evaluate innovative, high-quality, Veteran-centered, trauma-informed, and recovery-oriented practices for intimate partner violence (IPV) detection, prevention, and treatment, with particular focus on IPV use (i.e., perpetration) and bidirectional IPV. The fellowship entails the following: Tailored research and career mentoring by IPV-CIR investigator(s); building skills and experience with manuscript and grant preparation; advancing research, practice, and policy related to IPV and intersecting areas; working with stakeholders + operations partners across the healthcare system; and developing expertise in implementation science, quantitative and qualitative methods, intervention development, program evaluation, and/or informatics. The position requires being on-site 25% of the time to provide clinical care at VA Connecticut Healthcare System in West Haven, CT. Stipends are set according to fixed VA guidelines for fellows, and fellows must be U.S. Citizens. For more info, please contact Dr. Galina Portnoy (vog.av|yontrop.anilag#vog.av|yontrop.anilag), IPV-CIR Director, or Dr. Candice Presseau (vog.av|uaesserp.ecidnac#vog.av|uaesserp.ecidnac), Associate Director. The IPV-CIR seeks candidates with innovative ideas on minimizing health disparities, combatting systemic oppression, and promoting social justice at individual and systemic levels. Individuals who have been historically underrepresented in contributing to research, including Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC); Veterans; individuals with disabilities; and LGBTQIA+ and gender diverse individuals, are especially encouraged to apply. For more information on IPV-CIR, visit https://www.hsrd.research.va.gov/centers/prime/ipv-cir/default.cfm.

UMass Chan Medical School Hiring 2-year, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in Maternal and Child Mental Health working with Dr. Nancy Byatt and colleagues at the Lifeline for Families Center. Fellows will work on projects that aim to build the capacity of maternal and child health care providers to address mental health and substance use disorders among pregnant and postpartum (perinatal) individuals and their children. Studies range from outpatient Ob/Gyn and pediatric settings to community settings and include developing, implementing and evaluating innovative approaches to increase access to care through capacity building. Fellows will work on existing federally funded clinical and implementation studies and be involved with grant submissions. Fellows also have the opportunity to work on population-based statewide programs focused on building the capacity of the medical community to address perinatal mental health and substance use disorders in Massachusetts (Massachusetts Child Psychiatry Access Program (MCPAP) for Moms https://www.mcpapformoms.org) and other states through our National Network of Perinatal Psychiatry Access Programs. See more information and apply here: https://www.ummsjobs.com/job/8720/

University of North Dakota Post-Doctoral Research Associate. The fellow in Pediatric Psychology/Pediatric Integrated Behavioral Health will conduct clinical research focused on integrated behavioral health for children, adolescents, and families. Deadline January 31, 2023. Apply here: https://bit.ly/3IDAwp7

Northwestern UniversityDr. Stewart Shankman is looking to hire two full-time Post-Doctoral Research Fellows for his lab (https://sites.northwestern.edu/nearlab/) at Northwestern University (Department of Psychiatry). The post-doctoral fellows will work on several current and pending NIH funded studies examining the mechanisms and risk factors for internalizing psychopathologies (e.g., depression and anxiety) as well as the relation between internalizing and externalizing disorders. Candidates who have advanced statistical analysis abilities (e.g., mixture models/latent profile analysis, etc.), knowledge of sophisticated electrophysiological methodologies (e.g., time frequency decomposition, source localization, etc.) or neuroimaging methods (e.g., ICA; graph theory modeling) are especially encouraged to apply. These postdocs will have the unique opportunity to work on multi-method (e.g., psychophysiology, neuroimaging, behavior, m-health) research while gaining knowledge of psychopathology and mental health research. The post-docs will take the lead on writing up papers using new and existing data, and will be encouraged to pursue independent grants (e.g., K-awards), research, and collaborations within Northwestern University and across Dr. Shankman’s network of collaborators. There are also several T32s and related training programs at Northwestern that potential applicants may be eligible for. Applicants should email ude.nretsewhtron|namknahs.wets#ude.nretsewhtron|namknahs.wets: (a) a cover letter detailing your research experience and fit for Dr. Shankman’s lab, (b) a CV, (c) 3 representative publications, and (d) email addresses of three references. Candidates should have a Ph.D. in Neuroscience, Cognitive Psychology, Clinical Psychology or related discipline. Review of applications will begin immediately, but applicants that are not able to start until summer, 2023 will be considered.

University of Regina Postdoctoral fellowship in women's mental health. The Women's Mental Health Research Unit is seeking a fellow to work under the direction of Dr. Jennifer Gordon, a Canada Research Chair in the Biopsychosocial Determinants of Women’s Mental Health and contribute to ongoing NSERC and CIHR-funded projects investigating the psychological effects of reproductive hormones and the efficacy of psychological interventions for reproductive mood disorders. Note that a remote working arrangement can be negotiated. Apply here: https://urcareers.uregina.ca/postings/11275

University of Rochester Medical Center, Center for the Study and Prevention of Suicide The Department of Psychiatry at the University of Rochester Medical Center is accepting applications for its T32 postdoctoral fellowship in suicide prevention. Now in its 23rd year, the UR/CSPS postdoctoral training program is supported by an institutional National Research Service Award training grant from NIMH (Yeates Conwell, MD & Kim Van Orden, PhD, Co-Directors). It provides two years of stipend support and related benefits for early career investigators committed to careers in suicide prevention research. Each fellow works closely with a mentoring team, takes courses and participates in a diverse array of CSPS research and training activities. A strength of the UR/CSPS fellowship is the provision of intensive mentorship in grant writing, study design, and data analysis from UR/CSPS core faculty dedicated to suicide prevention. Anticipated start date is August, 2023. Learn more and apply ([https://www.urmc.rochester.edu/psychiatry/education/post-doctoral.aspx]).

University of Nebraska-Lincoln We are seeking applications for a postdoctoral fellowship position in the Department of Educational Psychology’s Counseling and School Psychology Clinic at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The postdoctoral fellow will have an opportunity to gain valuable supervised clinical and supervision experience and accrue substantial hours towards licensure in our training clinic. The anticipated start date is August 14, 2023. The deadline for applications is December 1, 2022. To view details of the position and make an application, go to https://employment.unl.edu, requisition F_220155. Click “Apply to this job” and complete the Faculty/Administrative form. For more information, you may contact Dr. Heather Hruskoci (ude.lnu|2icoksurhh#ude.lnu|2icoksurhh)

Arizona State University, Military Social Science Lab The Department of Psychology at Arizona State University invites applications for a Postdoctoral Research Scholar to join the Military Social Science Laboratory (MiSSiLe) under the supervision of Dr. Rebecca K. Blais. The scholar will be involved in several laboratory projects examining suicide risk among US military service members and veterans, and assisting with a study of pregnancy outcomes among active duty women while developing their own program of research in preparation for an academic career. The position is a full-time, fiscal-year (12-month), benefits-eligible appointment with no tenure implications. This position is 100% research. For clinical candidates, there are no built-in clinical hours, though gaining clinical hours for licensure may be possible through the clinics at ASU. The anticipated start date is July or August 2023. To apply, please submit the following as pdf(s) through Interfolio at http://apply.interfolio.com/114649. Please include a (1) cover letter, (2) a curriculum vitae, (3) statement of research interests (no longer than 700 words), (4) two representative publications, (5) a statement addressing how your past and/or potential contributions to diversity and inclusion will advance ASU’s commitment to inclusive excellence, and (6) three letters of recommendation to be uploaded by your recommenders to Interfolio directly.

Yale Child Study Center – Sukhodolsky Lab The Yale Child Study Center announces a two-year postdoctoral position associated with federally funded studies of autism spectrum disorder in school-age children, adolescents and young adults. One study is a clinical trial of cognitive-behavioral therapy for irritability in autistic adolescents, and the second is a study of biomarkers of late diagnosis in female and gender diverse autism. The position requires a PhD or a PsyD in clinical psychology from an APA-approved program plus completion of an APA-approved internship or a PhD in cognitive psychology or neuroscience with emphasis on neuroimaging. Primary responsibilities for a postdoctoral fellow with a degree in clinical psychology will include providing treatment and conducting evaluations of children and adolescents with autism who participate in clinical research studies in the Sukhodolsky Lab and the development of research papers. A postdoctoral fellow with a background in neuroscience will be asked to run data analysis of the existing fMRI data sets from studies of anxiety and irritability in children with autism and to help with carrying out ongoing studies of neurodevelopment in autism. Clinical training will include individual and group supervision, didactic seminars, and participation in clinical research team meetings. This position will allow the postdoctoral fellow to develop expertise in evidence-based psychosocial interventions for children and adolescents with autism and related neurodevelopmental disorders. Additional specialized training will be available in research methods for testing biomarkers of treatment response to therapy in children with neurodevelopmental disorders. The postdoctoral fellow will have access to a wide range of learning opportunities at the Yale Child Study Center including grand rounds, seminars, and lectures at the Yale School of Medicine. This position will also provide excellent opportunities to learn about clinical trials of behavioral interventions, neuroscience-based clinical research, and collaboration with a multidisciplinary team of expert child psychologists and cognitive neuroscientists, and participation in data analysis and paper writing. Specifically, this position will have access to large and carefully curated datasets of clinical and neuroimaging data from two recently completed R01 studies and will be asked to work on data analyses and paper writing in collaboration with Denis Sukhodolsky and his colleagues at Yale and at the multi-site Autism Center of Excellence Network. Please submit applications and inquiries to Denis Sukhodolsky, Ph.D., ude.elay|ykslodohkus.sined#ude.elay|ykslodohkus.sined. 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. Anticipated start date is July 01, 2023.

Northwestern University The Center for Behavioral Intervention Technologies (CBITs) is seeking applicants for our NIMH T32 postdoctoral fellowship, “Multidisciplinary Training Program in Digital Mental Health” beginning July 2023. This fellowship focuses on mental health, and brings together a cohort of fellows in psychological science (psychology, psychiatry, and behavioral science) and human-computer interaction (HCI; computer science, communication, engineering, design, and human factors). The program provides fellows with research training and mentorship in both mental health and HCI research with the aim of preparing the next generation of digital mental health researchers. The highlights: Work with a cohort of postdoctoral fellows; Lead self-directed research projects with multidisciplinary teams; Receive mentorship from both mental health and human computer interaction researchers; Become a leader in digital mental health research.
Click Here for Details Review of Applications Begins December 2022

VA Boston Healthcare System - Women's Health Sciences Division The VA Boston Healthcare System is accepting applications for a two-year research fellowship in women’s mental health to begin in August/September 2023. The primary objective of this training program is to produce clinical researchers who are qualified to function as independent clinician investigators in women’s mental health, with a particular focus on the scientific study of stress, trauma, and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Please see ad for more information

Florida State University PI Dr. Yang Hou in the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine is searching for two post-doctoral scholars. The postdocs will mainly work on projects investigating cognitive, academic, behavioral, and socioemotional development of children (ages 2-18) with neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1). Primary responsibilities include data analysis and manuscript preparations. Check Dr. Hou'd Lab website for more detailed information:https://med.fsu.edu/houlab/home

Drexel University, WELL Center The Center for Weight, Eating and Lifestyle Science (WELL Center; drexel.edu/wellcenter) at Drexel University is currently recruiting one Assistant Research Professor, one Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Eating Disorders, and two clinical post-doctoral fellows in eating disorders. For all positions, applications will be reviewed as received until the position is filled. Specific information, and links to apply, are provided below for each position. Also below is information about the WELL Center, Drexel University and Philadelphia. Please see the following link for future details: [https://drexel.edu/coas/academics/departments-centers/well-center/job-opportunities/]

University of Arizona, Psychiatry (see job posting under Neuroscience and Biopsychology)

Baylor University Postdoctoral scholar in the areas of child and youth substance misuse in a treatment-research lab. Mentorship is provided by Dr. Stacy Ryan-Pettes in the Adolescent Substance Misuse and Treatment Laboratory https://ryan-petteslab.wixsite.com/research. The scholar’s work will focus on evidence-based treatments for substance misuse in juvenile justice-involved populations and contribute to the development of mHealth technology to support their engagement in probation services and substance misuse treatment, among other participant-centered projects. Please see the following link for further details: job ad. Review begins immediately.

Children's National Postdoctoral scholar in the areas of child interventions/implementation research, digital mental health, school mental health and/or ADHD. Mentorship is provided by Dr. Melissa Dvorsky. Fellow has protected time for publications and grant writing and opportunities to contribute to the development of technology-enhanced school intervention, among other school and community-based projects. Please email gro.lanoitansnerdlihc|yksrovdm#gro.lanoitansnerdlihc|yksrovdm to apply and inquire. Review begins immediately. See the following link for further details: [https://bit.ly/3eUmX7R].

Dartmouth College The postdoctoral research fellow will be primarily working on a project related to the use of personalized digital phenotyping based on passively collected data from smartphones and wearable sensors to predict rapid symptom changes in major depressive disorder. Mentorship is provided by Dr. Nicholas Jacobson within the Center for Technology and Behavioral Health at Dartmouth College. Both remote and in-person options are available. Start-date flexible. Please see the following link for further details: job ad. Rolling application review.

Drexel University, Philadelphia The WELL Center is currently recruiting for a clinical post-doctoral fellow under the supervision of Dr. Adrienne Juarascio. The position entails working as a study therapist on NIH-funded clinical trials examining innovative treatments for eating disorders. These projects include, but are not limited to, a Multiphasic Optimization Strategy (MOST) trial to evaluate the independent efficacy of components of mindfulness and acceptance treatments for transdiagnostic eating disorders. Please click the following link to the online application if interested: [https://careers.drexel.edu/en-us/job/496594/clinical-postdoctoral-fellow-well-center].

The Pennsylvania State University Penn State Prevention and Methodology Training Program (PAMT). The Edna Bennett Pierce Prevention Research Center at Penn State is hiring up to 4 postdoctoral fellows for 2-year appointments (conditional on successful progress after year 1); international applicants are eligible to apply. Training focuses on understanding impact of substance use, substance use risk models, preventive interventions, and statistical methodology. Fellows will identify two mentors and be part of an incoming training cohort. This is a T32-funded fellowship from the National Institute on Drug Abuse and supports fellows' training activities, travel, and professional development. Fellows receive structured training in each of these areas, participate in a grant-writing bootcamp, and have access to numerous datasets for secondary analysis. Each fellow designs their own training plan and pursues independent research. For more information, see https://psu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/PSU_Academic/job/Penn-State-University-Park/Postdoctoral-Fellow_REQ_0000035829-1

Texas A&M University Postdoc in the Multimethod Affect and Cognition lab, using EEG, fMRI, EMA, treatment of depression and anxiety; Job and Application Details; MAClab. Rolling application review.

University of Arizona The Neuroscience of Emotion and Thought Lab, directed by Dr. Jessica Andrews-Hanna, and the Laboratory for Social Connectedness and Health, directed by Dr. David Sbarra, are seeking a postdoctoral fellow to join a collaborative and co-supervised multi-method NIMH-funded project at the University of Arizona. The project (R01MH125414-01) aims to understand how the interplay between self- and other-focused thought affects loneliness and other mental health outcomes in the context of close relationships. Interested individuals should send their C.V. and a description of their research interests to David Sbarra (ude.anozira|arrabs#ude.anozira|arrabs) and Jessica Andrews-Hanna (ude.anozira|annahswerdnaj#ude.anozira|annahswerdnaj), who will provide further details on the application process.

University of Calgary Postdoctoral scholar in the areas of child and youth mental health/neurodevelopment in a multidisciplinary biopsychology lab. Mentorship is provided by Dr. Gerry Giesbrecht in the Developmental Psychobiology Laboratory https://ucalgary.ca/devpsychlab/. The scholar’s work will focus on mental health and neurodevelopment; however, the work and opportunities are interdisciplinary (including: stress, nutrition, gut microbiota, brain imaging, and epigenetics). Please see the following link for further details: job ad. Review begins immediately.

University of California, San Diego (TWO Postdoctoral fellowship positions; Seeking TWO postdoc to spearhead multi methodological studies using fMRI and EEG to evaluate TMS interventions. One position is central to studies aiming to treat mood and mental health disorders. The other position is central to studies aiming to treat traumatic brain injury. Search is currently open. For more information see website… https://www.optilab.net/jobs.html). see also Neuroscience, below.

University of Delaware Post-doctoral scholar in the areas of adolescent neurodevelopment and mental health. The researcher will contribute to an ongoing NIMH-funded R01 grant examining longitudinal change in brain networks that contribute to anxiety development during early adolescence, with a focus on pubertal hormones. The primary duties of the position will be to analyze MRI data and write manuscripts for publication. In addition, the researcher will have the opportunity to learn and apply cutting-edge network-analysis methods (e.g., graph theory) to understand the network basis for anxiety. If you are interested in being considered for the position, please send a current CV, a brief statement of interest that outlines your qualifications for the position, reprints of selected papers, and the names of three professional references to Dr. Jeffrey Spielberg at ude.ledu|psmj#ude.ledu|psmj. Rolling application review.

University of Delaware Postdoctoral Researcher position in the Personality and Dysregulation Lab at the University of Delaware. The researcher will contribute to an ongoing NIMH-funded R01 grant examining brain networks that contribute to impulsive and harmful behaviors in adults with externalizing disorders. The primary duties of the postdoctoral researcher will be to analyze MRI data and write manuscripts for publication. In addition, the researcher will have the opportunity to learn and apply cutting-edge network-analysis methods (e.g., graph theory) to understand the connectomic basis for externalizing pathology. If you are interested in being considered for the position, please send a current CV, a brief statement of interest that outlines your qualifications for the position, reprints of selected papers, and the names of three professional references to Dr. Naomi Sadeh at ude.ledu|hedasn#ude.ledu|hedasn. Rolling application review.

University of Delaware Postdoctoral position in the ABC Lab with Dr. Mary Dozier. (See posting under Open Area)

University of Houston Post Doctoral Fellow - (STA011493) Organization H0010 HEALTH Research Institute
The RESTORE Lab at the University of Houston is looking to hire an energetic and motivated Postdoctoral Scholar in Clinical Psychology to assist with the coordination and execution of clinical research related to health disparities, chronic disease, and addiction. This position would cover a broad range of responsibilities, notably: helping lead recruitment and outreach efforts for the lab as a whole, aiding with different studies currently underway in the lab as needs develop, overseeing undergraduate and post-bac research assistants, and coordinating a major NIH-funded clinical trial that will test an app designed to help African American individuals with HIV quit smoking. Strong writing, analytical, and problem-solving skills are essential to succeed in this position. Prior research experience is required.
Link to listing: https://uhs.taleo.net/careersection/ex1_uhs/jobdetail.ftl? job=STA011493&lang=en&sns_id=mailto#.Y6SzLLgIxnA.mailto%20

University of Kansas, Lawrence Post-doctoral fellowship in Eating Disorders with mentorship from Dr. Kelsie Forbush, with opportunities for co-mentorship from Dr. Sara Gould (Director of the Eating Disorder Center at Children’s Mercy – Kansas City). These two-year positions will emphasize clinical research. Post-doctoral Fellows will access to outstanding research resources, newly renovated facilities, expert co-mentorship from several faculty conducting research on unhealthy eating behaviors, statistical mentorship, and access to m-Health development technology to facilitate progress toward a future academic or industry career. Fellows will have ample opportunities to gain supervised clinical hours for licensure in Kansas. Start date is flexible and could begin in either 2022 or 2023. Application review begins 9/15/2022. For more information or to apply, visit [https://employment.ku.edu/postdoctoral-researcher/22891br]

University of Louisville The Department of Counseling and Human Development at the University of Louisville invites applicants for a HRSA-funded postdoctoral fellowship for the 2023-2024 academic year. The appointment is for one year, with the possibility of renewal for a second year. The selected applicant will be involved in providing supervision and training of graduate students from different mental health professions, providing direct clinical services, administration of the department’s training clinics called the Cardinal Success Program and course instruction.
Applicants may apply sending their material including an up-to-date curriculum vita and a formal letter outlining interests and qualifications including fit and teaching interests, and names and contact information of three individuals familiar with their work to:
Patrick Pössel, Dr. rer. soc.,
Postdoctoral Search Committee Chair
Department of Counseling & Human Development
University of Louisville
Louisville, KY 40292
E-mail: ude.ellivsiuol|lessop.kcirtap#ude.ellivsiuol|lessop.kcirtap

University of Minnesota The University of Minnesota seeks postdoctoral fellows interested in conducting NIDA- supported and T32-funded innovative multidisciplinary research in domains including behavioral and clinical neuroscience, clinical psychology, behavioral genetics, and quantitative approaches related to these domains. (https://cla.umn.edu/psychology/graduate/funding-opportunities/training-grant). Applicants should submit a cover letter, current CV, and a list of 3 references. Review of applications is ongoing; application deadline is December 1 2022.

University of Missouri - Columbia (Four to Five Post-doctoral Researchers in Alcohol and Addiction Science). The Department of Psychological Sciences and the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Missouri are recruiting a cohort of up to 5 Post-doctoral Fellows for their alcohol and addiction science training program. The training program has a large number of faculty working in the area of alcohol and addiction research, and interested fellows can apply to work with one or more faculty. Three of these fellows would be supported by the program's long-standing NIAAA-supported T32 grant, while 1-2 would be supported by the University of Missouri. For more details, see: [ https://psychology.missouri.edu/research/available-postdoctoral-fellowships ]; can begin on or after July 1, 2023. Questions can be directed to Denis McCarthy ude.iruossim|mdyhtraccm#ude.iruossim|mdyhtraccm

University of Nebraska - Lincoln (Research technologist)
Seeking to hire a full time laboratory scientist to conduct testing of saliva and blood samples for markers of stress and health in an R01-funded study of Latinx health disparities and social networks. Responsibilities include conducting testing of stress and health markers in blood and saliva samples using ELISA and other techniques. Prior wet lab experience required, but we can provide training for the specific assays to be run. Depending on the skills and interests of the individual hired, there are opportunities to participate in dissemination of the study findings (e.g., present posters, co-author publications). For best consideration apply by Nov 15th but applications will continue to be reviewed until the position is filled. Seeking to hire in Dec/Jan, with options to renew through summer 2025. https://employment.unl.edu/postings/82497

University of Nevada, Las Vegas Post-doctoral fellowship (5/20/22 - 5/20/24) in Early Serious Mental Illness Bipolar Disorder multidisciplinary coordinated specialty care (CSC) program led by Daniel Allen, Ph.D. The post-doctoral Fellow will be the program’s Clinical Director and oversee day to day operation of the CSC program, coordinate outreach and referral activities, provide training and supervision to CSC trainees and staff, and complete other related responsibilities. In addition, the post-doctoral fellow will have the opportunity to gain the requisite supervised clinical hours for licensure in Nevada. Rolling application review. job ad.

University of Nevada, Reno LGBTQ+-focused postdoctoral fellowship in the Resilience Lab headed by Dr. Paul Kwon, Professor and Director of Clinical Training. The position will involve both research and clinical activities. The Resilience Lab studies mechanisms that mitigate the risk of mental illness for individuals from stigmatized communities, particularly the LGBTQ+ community, and explores ways of nurturing resilience and thriving. Clinical work will include therapy, assessment, and supervision of doctoral students in the Pride Center, which serves LGBTQ+ clients under Dr. Kwon’s directorship. Upon mutual agreement, the fellowship will be extended to a second year. The preferred start date for this position is September 1, 2023. For more information, and to apply, see: https://nshe.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/UNR-external/job/University-of-Nevada-Reno---Main-Campus/Postdoctoral-Scholar---Psychology_R0133541-1

University of Pennsylvania Postdoctoral Training Program in the Ethical, Legal and Social Implications (ELSI) of Genetics and Genomics. 3-year fellowship. Applications are invited from scholars with doctoral degrees in hand (MDs, PhDs or equivalent), or who will receive such degrees by the summer of the year in which they apply to the fellowship. Doctorates may be in any relevant field, including but not limited to the life sciences, philosophy, political science, psychology, sociology, economics or anthropology. Prior experience in bioethics is not required. In addition, applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Apply: [https://apply.interfolio.com/111929]

University of Texas at Austin (Postdoctoral Fellow, Open Area (Dept. of HDFS); Focus on couple relationship functioning and relationship interventions (see posting under Open Area)

Virginia Commonwealth University We invite applications for a postdoctoral fellow position in the Psychology Department at Virginia Commonwealth University working with Dr. Ann Haynos and her team. Responsibilities may vary flexibly according to the fellow’s background and training goals, but will primarily focus on providing oversight on ongoing NIMH-funded studies (on investigating and treating neurocomputational mechanisms of anorexia nervosa and obsessive-compulsive disorder). Clinical responsibilities, such as conducting or supervising or assessments or therapy for ongoing research studies could be involved in the position as desired by the candidate. For more information, see [https://vcu.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/2592?c=vcu] or contact Dr. Haynos at ude.ucv|asonyah#ude.ucv|asonyah with any questions. Priority review begins 10/21/2022 and will continue until position is filled.

University of Washington/Seattle Children's Hospital The Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Washington is seeking a Postdoctoral Scholar for a full-time, one-year (10/1/22-10/1/23) joint appointment in partnership with Seattle Children’s Hospital. This position will support two federally funded clinical trials (K23MH112872 and R34MH128387) in the Adolescent Adversity and Depression Intervention (AADI) lab under the supervision of Dr. Jessica Jenness. This position will also include clinical opportunities supported by the Program to Enhance Attention, Regulation and Learning (PEARL) for ADHD and Disruptive Behaviors at Seattle Children’s Hospital under the supervision of Dr. Erin Schoenfelder Gonzalez. Please see the job ad for more details or contact Dr. Jenness at ude.wu|jssennej#ude.wu|jssennej if you have questions about this position.

Virginia Commonwealth University We invite applications for a postdoctoral fellow position in the Psychology Department at Virginia Commonwealth University working with Dr. Ann Haynos and her team. Responsibilities may vary flexibly according to the fellow’s background and training goals, but will primarily focus on providing oversight on ongoing NIMH-funded studies (on investigating and treating neurocomputational mechanisms of anorexia nervosa and obsessive-compulsive disorder) and supporting data analysis and manuscript preparation for studies within the lab. Clinical responsibilities, such as conducting or supervising or assessments or therapy for ongoing research studies could be involved in the position as desired by the candidate. For more information, see [https://vcu.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/2592?c=vcu] or contact Dr. Haynos at ude.ucv|asonyah#ude.ucv|asonyah with any questions. Priority review begins 10/21/2022 and will continue until position is filled.

York University Post-doc fellowship (1 year; PIs: Debra Pepler and Stephanie Craig) in partnership with Child Development Institute and Mitacs. Focused on examining the effectiveness of the Stop Now and Plan (SNAP) program for children with CU traits. Developmental or Clinical PhD preferred. Post-doc will have the opportunity to be supervised by two registered psychologists for the purposes of supervised practice. Cross posted with Developmental. For more information see here Application review begins 08/13/2022 and will continue until position is filled


Behavior Genetics

University of Minnesota The University of Minnesota seeks postdoctoral fellows interested in conducting NIDA- supported and T32-funded innovative multidisciplinary research in domains including behavioral and clinical neuroscience, clinical psychology, behavioral genetics, and quantitative approaches related to these domains. The full announcement and more information about the position can be found here (https://cla.umn.edu/psychology/graduate/funding-opportunities/training-grant). Applicants should submit a cover letter, current CV, and a list of 3 references. Review of applications is ongoing; application deadline is December 1 2022.


Cognitive

Arizona State University Presidential Postdoctoral Fellowship in Psychology (see post under Social/Personality)

Arizona State University Postdoctoral Fellowship (asuNIJpostdoc see post under Social/Personality)

Laureate Institute for Brain Research (Postdoctoral position working on studies examining neurocognitive mechanisms of anxiety/depression treatment with Dr. Maria Ironside) https://www.laureateinstitute.org/careers.html

New York University (Postdoctoral position in the Motivation Lab). See posting under Open Area.

Brandeis University & University of Colorado Boulder Post-doctoral Research Associate in Emerging Adult Mental Health and Neurocognition. See description under clinical above.

Northeastern University/Yale. See description of postdoc opening in open area section below

Northwestern University. See description under clinical above

Columbia University We are currently seeking a post-doctoral fellow to work on an ongoing study: Environmental bisphenol exposure, infant brain and behavior: Human and animal models. The project is funded through the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS R01ES030950). The position includes 2 years of funding in the Environment, Brain, and Behavior Lab at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, within the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, with a potential third year depending on progress. The candidate must have EEG experience and an interest in studying the effects of environmental exposures on neurodevelopment.
The candidate will have an opportunity to work with investigators in the departments of psychiatry - division of child and adolescent psychiatry, developmental neuroscience, environmental health sciences and epidemiology, and the Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health (CCCEH, https://ccceh.org). The fellow will contribute to the new research project and simultaneously acquire skills necessary for developing a career as an independent investigator. The position is intended for individuals who want to develop a research career fusing interests in brain development and adverse environmental exposures. Possible areas of study include but are not limited to: effects of early life stress (ELS) on the neural correlates of language and bilingualism, effects of exposure to environmental tobacco smoke or nicotine on infant brain development and attention function, or associations between environmental exposures, mother-infant interactions, and child neurodevelopmental outcomes. The position is open now. If interested, please send a curriculum vitae and note of interest to Dr. Amy Margolis: ude.aibmuloc.ipsyn|silogram.ymA#ude.aibmuloc.ipsyn|silogram.ymA

Boston College Postdoctoral position with PI Dr. Sara Cordes. (See posting under Developmental)

Boston College Postdoc position in the Memory Modulation Lab (PI: Maureen Ritchey), using fMRI to study the neural bases of episodic memory. Project and job information. Rolling application review for a flexible start date.
Brandeis University Brandeis University Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position to work on longitudinal and intervention projects in the areas of cognition, assessment of cognitive status, personality, health, behavior change, and physical activity in adulthood. The position involves engagement with multiple studies in the Lifespan Lab http://www.brandeis.edu/departments/psych/lachman/ Opportunities include collaboration on new data collection and secondary data analysis of longitudinal data for the Midlife in the United States (MIDUS) study [www.midus.wisc.edu/] and design and analysis of experimental intervention research through the Boston Roybal Center for Active Lifestyle Interventions (RALI) [http://www.brandeis.edu/roybal/]. For more information see: https://www.brandeis.edu/psychology/lachman/index.html#postdoc

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) - Toronto Postdoctoral fellowship position under the supervision of Dr. Yuliya Nikolova. The candidate will support the ongoing Cognitive Dysfunction in the Addictions (CDiA) Study, which aims to map individual differences in executive functioning onto clinical outcomes in individuals with substance use disorders. Additional research topics include multi-modal brain-behavior relationships and the interface between neuroimaging and genomic markers of mental illness risk. https://nda-sibille.ca/we-are-hiring-postdoctoral-fellow/

Columbia University Postdoctoral fellowship position funded by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society in the Translational Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory (PI: Victoria Leavitt). Emphasis on developing new cognitive measurement tools, multimodal neuroimaging, and large data analysis to test models of brain resilience. Background in cognitive neuroscience, neuropsychology, bioinformatics, biostatistics, cognitive psychology, experimental psychology, neuroimaging, psychology, or related discipline. https://apply.interfolio.com/117493 If interested please send cover letter and CV to Dr. Leavitt at ude.aibmuloc.cmuc|7332LV#ude.aibmuloc.cmuc|7332LV. The position will remain open until a successful candidate is found.

Dartmouth Postdoc position in Caroline Robertson's lab at Dartmouth (PI: Caroline Robertson). We use cognitive neuroscience approaches to study how people perceive, remember, and neurodiverge. Review will begin on 11/1/2022 and continue until the position is filled. http://www.robertsonlab.com/current-openings.

Emory Primate Center National Institutes of Health-funded postdoctoral position in the Laboratory of Comparative Primate Cognition at the Emory National Primate Research Center in Atlanta available starting spring/summer 2023. (PI: Robert Hampton). The position is renewable for up to 5 years. Experience studying auditory processing in any context is highly desirable, but not required. More info at: https://hamptonlab.files.wordpress.com/2023/03/lcpcpostocad3-8-23.pdf. Candidates should email a short letter of interest and a C.V. to Robert Hampton, ude.yrome|notpmah.trebor#ude.yrome|notpmah.trebor. Position will remain open until filled.

Florida State University Postdoc position in Derek Nee’s lab for Cognitive Neuroscience. Research will involve a combination of fMRI and TMS to study cognitive control. Position is jointly funded through NIMH and Dean’s office to offer a salary of up $75K/year. Interested applicants can send a CV and list of references to ude.usf.ysp|een#ude.usf.ysp|een. Start date of Summer or Fall 2022. https://psy.fsu.edu/neelab

Georgia Institute of Technology Postdoc position in Rahnev Lab (PI: Dobromir (Doby) Rahnev). it is expected that the start date will be in the Fall of 2022. We aspire to maintain our already diverse team and therefore seek applications from qualified individuals from all demographics and backgrounds. To apply, send an email to Doby Rahnev (ude.hcetag.hcysp|venhar#ude.hcetag.hcysp|venhar) that includes (1) your CV, (2) a brief description of your skills and research interests and how they match the directions of the lab, and (3) your desired start date.

University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, Department of Psychology (Post-Doc for research using ECoG/sEEG, In person or remote) We are seeking two post-doctoral fellows to study auditory and/or visual perception in humans using intracranial recordings (iEEG/ECoG/sEEG) and potentially fMRI. These individuals will contribute to our NIH R01 and NSF funded research and will have the freedom and support to develop their own research programs. As these positions focus on experimental design, analyses, and writing, it is possible for the researcher to live out of state and work remotely. Our lab acquires iEEG from 30-40 patients with epilepsy and 100+ individuals with brain tumors annually at the University of Michigan and UC San Francisco hospitals with the goal of understanding neurophysiology and sensory processing. An additional goal of our lab's research (along with our collaborator Shawn-Hervey-Jumper, herveyjumperlab.ucsf.edu) is to use iEEG to understand how brain tumors alter neuronal function and cognition, and to improve surgical outcomes and quality of life in those with a brain tumor. Salary is expected to be in the range of 60-65k. Please contact Dr. David Brang (ude.hcimu|gnarbjd#ude.hcimu|gnarbjd) with questions or to apply.

National Institute on Drug Abuse (Postdoctoral position in the Learning and Decision-Making Unit at NIDA/NIH (PI: Thorsten Kahnt). Job Ad. Applications submitted before November 15th, 2022 will be given full consideration; applications will be considered until the position is filled. The start date is somewhat flexible.
North Dakota State University (Postdoctoral position for NIH-funded project with PI Dr. Jeremy Hamm) (See posting under Developmental)
Skidmore College (Postdoctoral position with PI Daniel Peterson; [https://careers.skidmore.edu/postings/3914]; review starts 4/1/23)
Stanford University (Postdoctoral position with PI Tanya Luhrmann) (See posting under Open Area)
Stanford University Postdoc position in Psychology Department with Drs. Patrick Bissett and Russell Poldrack (see listing under Neuroscience)
Temple University Postdoctoral position with PI Dr. Elizabeth Gunderson. (See posting under Developmental)
University of California, Irvine Postdoctoral position with PI Dr. Liz Chrastil (See posting under Neuroscience)
University of California Santa Cruz Postdoctoral position with PI Dr. Hyesung Grace Hwang (see posting under Developmental)
University of California, San Diego Postdoctoral position with PI Dr. Dave Barner. (See posting under Developmental)
University of Central Florida Postdoc position in the Adult Development and Decision Lab (PI: Nichole Lighthall). NIA-funded project will examine decisions involving trust, risk factors for deception in aging and preclinical dementia, and the role of learning in determining trust-based decisions. The postdoc will take a central role in behavioral data collection and analysis at UCF (Orlando, FL), and in disseminating results through publications and presentations. Additional opportunities to develop publications from previously collected behavioral and fMRI data and contribute to fMRI data collection and analysis conducted at the University of Florida (Gainesville, FL) as part of this project. Rolling application review; open until filled. Desired start summer or fall 2022. For more details and to apply.

University College London (UCL) Postdoctoral fellow in Cognitive Neuroscience & Computational Psychiatry (PI Elliott Wimmer). Research on goal-directed decision-making, focusing on memory, reinforcement learning, and mood, alongside decoding of neural representations with MEG. Job posting here: https://lmdlab.github.io/, deadline July 31, 2022 (may be extended).

University of Maryland, College Park Postdoctoral position exploring brain development, sleep, and memory in early childhood with Dr. Tracy Riggins. (See posting under Developmental)

University of Massachusetts, Amherst Postdoctoral position exploring brain development, sleep, and memory in early childhood with Dr. Rebecca Spencer. (See posting under Developmental)

University of Michigan We are seeking a full-time post-doctoral research fellow to study computational and neuroscientific models of perception and cognition. The research fellow will be jointly supervised by Drs. David Brang (https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/brang-lab/) and Zhongming Liu (https://libi.engin.umich.edu). The goal of this collaboration is to understand cognitive and perceptual processes using data from intracranial recordings in patients with epilepsy or a brain tumor (iEEG/ECoG). In collaboration with Dr. Shawn Hervey-Jumper at UC San Francisco Medical Center. The successful applicant will also have freedom to conduct additional research based on their interests, using a variety of methods — ECoG, fMRI, DTI, lesion mapping, and EEG. The ideal start date is from summer to fall 2022, but later appointments are possible. The position is expected to last for at least two years, with the possibility of extension for subsequent years.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Postdoctoral position with PI Dr. Maital Neta (See posting under Neuroscience)

University of Southern California A postdoctoral scholar position is available at the University of Southern California (USC, located in Los Angeles, California) for the study of multisensory perception (both behavioral and neuroimaging) in the visually impaired. The goal of this project is to develop a comprehensive understanding of the changes in multisensory integration of audition and vision that result from degenerative conditions such as Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD), Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP), and Non-Arteritic Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy (NAION). The proposed studies will provide crucial insights into key characteristics of functional reorganization in the human brain, and will also pave the way for the next generation of multisensory aids, multisensory visual prostheses, and rehabilitation approaches. The postdoctoral scholar will join a multidisciplinary and collaborative effort that is ongoing among the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), USC, and Occidental College. The postdoctoral scholar position is within the Optical Materials and Devices Laboratory at USC led by Professor Armand R. Tanguay, Jr. The postdoctoral scholar will also collaborate closely with Dr. Noelle R. B. Stiles at USC and Professor Shinsuke Shimojo at Caltech, as well as with Professor Carmel A. Levitan at Occidental College and their research groups. Candidates should have completed a Ph.D. and/or M.D., and have relevant research experience that might include, but is not limited to, experimental psychology, multisensory psychophysics, cognitive neuroscience, neuroimaging techniques (such as fMRI and EEG), and biomedical devices. Experience with blind or low vision patient groups is beneficial, but is not a requirement. Experimental and technical skills including programming (such as in MATLAB or Python) are highly desirable. Salary will be based on NIH guidelines, and will be commensurate with experience. The University of Southern California is an equal opportunity employer, and encourages applications from women and minorities. Candidates should send a current CV, a statement of research skills and interests, and a list of 3 references to Professor Armand R. Tanguay, Jr. (ude.csu|yaugnata#ude.csu|yaugnata).

University of Texas at Dallas Fellows will work with collaborating scientists on analyzing the prodigious and growing imaging and behavioral data from the Brain Health Project, in which the first 20,000 participants have already registered. Postdocs will be encouraged to develop and pursue their own lines of scientific enquiry under the guidance of their collaborating scientists who are part of a thriving team of researchers at the Center for BrainHealth, with an emphasis on dynamic changes/improvements in brain function over time, and their behavioral correlates. https://jobs.utdallas.edu/postings/22360

University of Texas at Dallas Applications are invited for one or two postdoctoral fellows to work as part of Dr. Kristen Kennedy and Dr. Karen Rodrigue’s research team at The University of Texas at Dallas in the Brain and Behavioral Science’s Center for Vital Longevity. The postdoc will contribute to collaborative research projects that explore the association between normal aging of the brain and cognition and individual differences therein. Cognitive areas studied span those especially relevant for aging: cognitive control/executive function, fluid and crystallized intelligence, episodic memory. Research utilizes functional MRI, structural imaging (cortical thinning, DTI), vascular imaging (ASL, SWI) and PET imaging of beta-amyloid in a lifespan sample of adults (20-94 years old). The postdoctoral fellow will be expected to participate in analyzing neuroimaging data for presentation and publication within the scope of this sample and data collected. https://jobs.utdallas.edu/postings/21958

University of Toronto The Child Language and Speech Studies Lab at the U of Toronto is seeking a postdoctoral researcher. The successful applicant will have advanced technical expertise in designing, running, and analyzing both behavioural and EEG studies with humans (preferably in the auditory domain). Experience working with children and/or speech would be a plus but is not required. Priority review begins 01/15/23 and will continue until the position is filled. [https://www.classlab.psycholinguistics.ca/_files/ugd/71d569_f5adb023101f427d9dca5d9540329fec.pdf].

York University See postings under Developmental

University of South Florida We are seeking a Postdoctoral Scholar in the University of South Florida, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences, Cognitive Aging Lab, directed by Jerri Edwards, PhD (https://health.usf.edu/medicine/labs/cna-lab). Our research focuses on healthy aging including randomized trials of cognitive interventions to prevent mild cognitive impairment and dementia. Interested applicants should apply online https://www.usf.edu/work-at-usf/careers/ for the Cognitive Aging Research Postdoctoral Scholar, job code 9180, job opening id 31610, in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences. A letter of interest and CV can be emailed to: moc.liamg|balegaevitingocfsu#moc.liamg|balegaevitingocfsu

University of Vermont We are seeking a postdoctoral associate who will join a consortium of leading addiction researchers to work on an exceptionally large neuroimaging-genetics project. ENIGMA-Addiction (http://www.enigmaaddiction.com) performs secondary analyses on datasets contributed by labs from over the world. The uniquely large sample sizes with multi-modal neuroimaging data enable numerous in-depth investigations of the neurobiology of drug dependence. Interested applicants should contact ude.mvu|navaraG.hguH#ude.mvu|navaraG.hguH and ude.mvu|yekcamsm#ude.mvu|yekcamsm for informal inquiries.

** Washington University in St. Louis** See postings under Neuroscience

Western University, London, Ontario, Canada (job ad; review starts 2022-10-01) The neuroplasticity in sensory systems lab at Western University is recruiting a postdoctoral scholar to examine how contextual cues impact the experience of Misophonia in naturalistic listening environments. The successful candidate should have a PhD in psychology, neuroscience, communication sciences, or a related discipline, with evidence of the ability to conduct independent research. Additionally, quantitative & programming skills in Python, MATLAB or similar are expected. Specifically, expertise in frequency-domain analyses of EEG data would be considered an asset. Review of applications will begin October 1 and will continue until the position has been filled.

Yale University The Damisah lab at Yale University is currently recruiting highly motivated postdoctoral scholars working with intracranial EEG and single-unit recordings to join our research team. Our lab is composed of scientists from a range of academic backgrounds including neuroscience, bioengineering, computer science, cognitive science, and psychology. We seek to create a supportive environment for innovative and rigorous scientific research and all our members' personal and professional development. We provide access to cutting-edge facilities and excellent opportunities for collaboration with neurology, psychology, and Neuroscience at the Yale School of Medicine. https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/3273786214


Developmental

Arizona State University Postdoctoral Fellowship (asuNIJpostdoc see post under Social/Personality)

University at Buffalo, SUNY See details under clinical/counseling for UB Social Development Lab developmental psychopathology, RCT, school readiness postdoc with Dr. Jamie Ostrov.

New York University Abu Dhabi
Two fully-funded postdoc positions with Dr Theodore Waters.
Research examines development and impact of attachment bonds, autobiographical narrative, and identity. Anticipated start date is September 1, 2023. Funding guaranteed for two years and opportunity for renewal. For more info & to apply: [https://apply.interfolio.com/120997].

UNC Charlotte See details under clinical/counseling for UNC Charlotte suicide prevention, quant methods, and military health postdoc.

Auburn University – Auburn, Alabama ([https://www.auemployment.com/postings/32755]; start date Summer or Fall 2023) Postdoctoral Research Fellow with Dr. Mona El-Sheikh

University of Minnesota Drs. Kathryn Cullen, Mark Fiecas, and their collaborators within and outside of the University of Minnesota are seeking outstanding candidates for a postdoctoral position to work on a federally-funded project. We are using novel analysis techniques to investigate neurodevelopmental trajectories of brain network strength and flexibility, and how these trajectories may underlie risk, onset and course of depression and suicide risk in children and adolescents in the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study. The position is available immediately and funding is available for three years. Candidates should have a PhD in Psychology, Neuroscience, Biostatistics, Statistics, Computer Science, or a related field. The candidate must be passionate about advancing knowledge about brain circuitry and adolescent mental health. We are seeking candidates with exceptional strengths in the following areas: technical and mathematical capabilities; ability to learn rapidly-evolving new systems; written and oral communication skills; and statistical analysis; problem-solving and identifying creative solutions. Past experience with neuroimaging analysis is required. The position is best-suited for a person with a personal commitment to advancing knowledge about the complexities of brain networks, brain development and adolescent mental health. For such a person, this position will provide a set of experiences and publication opportunities to prepare them to be highly competitive for an academic faculty position pursuing this kind of research in a university. Follow this link to see more detail and apply: https://hr.myu.umn.edu/jobs/ext/345396 or send a letter of interest to: Kathryn Cullen ude.nmu|6200ager#ude.nmu|6200ager and Mark Fiecas ude.nmu|saceifm#ude.nmu|saceifm

Baylor University (see posting to work with Dr. Schnitker under Social & Personality)

Brandeis University (see posting under Cognitive)

Florida State University PI Dr. Yang Hou in the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine is searching for two post-doctoral scholars. The postdocs will mainly work on projects investigating cognitive, academic, behavioral, and socioemotional development of children (ages 2-18) with neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1). Primary responsibilities include data analysis and manuscript preparations. Check Dr. Hou'd Lab website for more detailed information:https://med.fsu.edu/houlab/home

IES postdoc position with PI Dr. Tricia Zucker at Children's Learning Institute at University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (see listing under Education).

Children's National Postdoctoral scholar in the areas of child interventions/implementation research, digital mental health, school mental health and/or ADHD. Mentorship is provided by Dr. Melissa Dvorsky. Fellow has protected time for publications and grant writing and opportunities to contribute to the development of technology-enhanced school intervention, among other school and community-based projects. Please email gro.lanoitansnerdlihc|yksrovdm#gro.lanoitansnerdlihc|yksrovdm to apply and inquire. Review begins immediately. See the following link for further details: [https://bit.ly/3eUmX7R].
Columbia University (see posting under Cognitive)

Boston College
The NSF-Funded ManyNumbers Project seeks to hire three postdoctoral researchers to join our team (start date open, review of applications begins Nov. 1, 2022). The ManyNumbers project is a large international collaboration seeking to uncover the conceptual foundations of early numeracy. The three postdoc positions each have unique emphases and are based at three different universities (see additional postings for Temple University and UC-San Diego). Position 2, under the supervision of Dr. Sara Cordes (ude.cb|ssedroc#ude.cb|ssedroc) at Boston College, will primarily focus on a large scale collaboration exploring small set representations in toddlers. You can read more about the project in the ManyNumbers grant proposal and ManyNumbers website. Temple University, Boston College, and UCSD are Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers. Interested applicants are expected to have completed their Ph.D. during or before Summer 2023. Full applications should include a completed application form, cover letter describing your interests and prior experiences, your c.v., and the contact information for 3 references. Applicants are welcome apply to more than one of the positions – please indicate that you are doing so in the application and cover letter. To apply, please fill out this form.

Boston University
We are looking for a Post–Doctoral Research Fellow to join the team for the NSF DRK–12 Award: “Evolving Minds: Promoting Causal–Explanatory Teaching and Learning of Biological Evolution in Elementary School.” This position involves project management as part of an interdisciplinary collaboration with TERC exploring elementary school children’s and teacher’s learning of life science concepts (evolution). Applicants should have particular interest in children’s early science learning, inquiry, cognitive development, and Design–Based Research (DBR) in elementary school classrooms on early science curricula. Review of applications begins immediately with preference for a Fall 2022 start date. Those interested should contact ude.ub|baldlihc#ude.ub|baldlihc for application instructions.

Fordham University (Postdoctoral Fellow; job ad; review begins immediately)
Applications are invited for a 1 – 2-year postdoctoral fellowship starting Fall 2023 in the Human Development and Social Justice Research Lab housed within the Department of Psychology and Center for Ethics Education. The postdoctoral scholar will work directly with Dr. Celia Fisher, Marie Ward Doty University Chair in Ethics, Professor of Psychology, and Director of the Center for Ethics Education and the NIDA-funded HIV/Drug Abuse Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute. We are seeking an early career scientist who is committed to research that advances health equity for BIPOC, LGBTQ+ and economically marginalized children, youth and young adults in areas including social determinants of sexual health, substance use and social media and offline discrimination. The fellow will also be expected to develop and execute their own projects. Salary: $58,500-$70,000. Those interested should email a cover letter, CV, statement of research interests, two or more first-authored publications, and the names of the three references writing letters of recommendation to Dr. Celia B. Fisher (ude.mahdrof|rehsif#ude.mahdrof|rehsif, https://www.fordham.edu/info/21660/psychology_faculty_and_staff/5337/celia_fisher).

Fordham University (Postdoctoral Fellow)
The Youth Development in Diverse Contexts Lab is looking for a postdoctoral fellow to collaborate on a submission for a NIMHD Diversity Supplement. This is a 2-year position, supervised by Dr. Tiffany Yip, to work on a longitudinal NIH grant focused on sleep, health, and academic disparities among college students. Candidates must have a strong interest in young adult development, discrimination, and health disparities. This position is a great opportunity for a post-doctoral student with a passion for research and to build upon their doctoral training in development, clinical, counseling psychology or related fields before applying to faculty positions. Applicants must graduate in the spring of 2023 and be willing to assist in the preparation of a diversity supplement application to the NIH before June 1. Notification of the award is expected in July with an anticipated start date of September 2023. NIH guidelines for eligibility for the diversity supplement are appended below.
Interested students should email Tiffany Yip (ude.mahdrof|piyt#ude.mahdrof|piyt) with CV and brief statement of interest by March 15.

Harvard Medical School Campus
The Developmental Risk and Cultural Resilience Lab is hiring a postdoctoral fellow, flexible 2023 start date. See posting.

New York University
New POSTDOC TO FACULTY pathway program for scholars underrepresented in STEM. Opportunity to join a multidisciplinary developmental brain science laboratory and work with existing and new data from federally funded cohorts including HBCD. Competitive support for up to 5 years with strong consideration for NYU faculty recruitment. Co-mentored by Drs. Moriah Thomason, Natalie Brito, Obianuju Berry, Clare McCormack. See: https://www.brainnexus.com/about-5.

NYU School of Medicine
Dr. Lauren Shuffrey invites applications for a full-time postdoctoral research scientist to conduct studies examining prenatal environmental influences on maternal mental health and child neurodevelopmental outcomes. Dr. Shuffrey’s ongoing projects are primarily focused on the effects of prenatal maternal metabolic disorders, prenatal maternal mood disorders, and substance exposure on child brain-behavioral development from birth through early childhood. Research methodologies broadly include peripheral marker assays (e.g. immunoassays), electroencephalography (EEG), eye-tracking, and behavioral paradigms. The ideal candidate will have experience in longitudinal biobehavioral research with pregnant individuals and/or infants, strong data analysis and programming skills (e.g. R, Matlab, and/or Python), and will be highly motivated to publish first-author papers by working closely with Dr. Shuffrey and the other lab members. Responsibilities will include supervising data collection and design, implementation, and deployment of quality control, spearheading data processing and analysis, writing manuscripts, preparing conference presentations, and writing mentored grant proposals. This position is to begin Summer or Fall 2023 for funding up to three years. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Salary range: $60,000 – $65,000 per year plus full benefits. Interested individuals should email a cover letter that includes contact information for 2 references, and CV to gro.enognaluyn|yerffuhs.nerual#gro.enognaluyn|yerffuhs.nerual.

North Dakota State University
We are seeking a postdoc to join an interdisciplinary team working on an NIH-funded project examining the modifiable predictors of cognitive aging. The research team includes Drs. Jeremy Hamm, Katherine Duggan, Jacqueline Mogle, and Margie Lachman. Using a multi-timescale approach, the project focuses on the role of motivational resources, such as perceived control, goal engagement, and positive emotion, as well as positive health behaviors including physical activity and sleep. Review of applications begins October 11, 2022 and will continue until the position is filled. Questions may be directed to Dr. Jeremy Hamm at ude.usdn|mmah.ymerej#ude.usdn|mmah.ymerej. For further details and to apply for the position, please see: https://prd.hcm.ndus.edu/psc/recruit/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=2944900&PostingSeq=1

Northwestern University. See add for postdoc position under clinical

NYU-Langone
Dr. Courtney Filippi invites applications for a full-time postdoctoral scholar to conduct studies on the neural basis of social-emotional development. Ongoing projects focus on how factors that are intrinsic to the individual (e.g., temperament) and early experiences shape risk for developing anxiety. Our work prioritizes the study of neural systems associated with infant attention and behavioral control and makes use of both MRI and EEG. To answer these questions, we will be collecting new data and working with several existing longitudinal imaging datasets. The ideal candidate will have experience working with infants/toddlers in a research setting, programming skills (e.g., Matlab, R, Linux and/or Python), strong project management skills, be highly motivated to publish first-author papers, and will work well in a team environment. Experience working with MRI and/or EEG data acquisition/analysis is preferred. Responsibilities of the postdoc include data analysis, writing manuscripts, new study design/development, supervision of postbac trainees, preparing conference presentations, and writing mentored grant proposals.
This position is based in Dr. Filippi’s laboratory in the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at NYU Langone. The Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry has a vibrant community of developmental scientists, cognitive neuroscientists, and clinicians. The lab and office spaces are located in Midtown Manhattan (One Park Ave, New York, NY). Lab space includes 6 family-friendly testing rooms that include a mock MRI scanner, EEG and eye-tracking room, a Hyperfine portable MRI system, and state-of-the-art behavioral testing space. MRI testing will be conducted at NYU’s Center for Brain Imaging (located in NYU’s Meyer Hall) and at a brand-new Langone research MRI (located on 51st street).
This position is to begin Summer or Fall 2023 for an initial term of 2-3 years. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Salary range: $58,000 – $65,000 per year plus full benefits. Interested individuals should email a cover letter that includes contact information for 2 references, and CV to gro.enognaluyn|ippiliF.yentruoC#gro.enognaluyn|ippiliF.yentruoC.

Pennsylvania State University Postdoctoral position with Drs. Jennifer Graham-Engeland, Hannah Schreier, and Mark Feinberg. Job Link

San Francisco State University
Two-year position funded by the National Science Foundation and The Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program for a mixed-method project to examine discrimination based on race/ethnicity, gender, and social class, academic outcomes, and tobacco use among adolescents. Position entails quantitative analyses, preparation of publications and conference presentations, mentoring graduate and undergraduate students, community engagement, and data collection. This is a full-time position with benefits. Start date is planned for June 2023. Review begins immediately; those interested should email a cover letter that includes career goals and research interests, CV, and the names of three references to Dr. Zena R. Mello (ude.usfs|ollemz#ude.usfs|ollemz).

Stanford University (Postdoctoral position with PI Tanya Luhrmann) (See posting under Open Area)

Temple University The NSF-Funded ManyNumbers Project seeks to hire three postdoctoral researchers to join our team (start date open, review of applications begins Nov. 1, 2022). The ManyNumbers project is a large international collaboration seeking to uncover the conceptual foundations of early numeracy. The three postdoc positions each have unique emphases and are based at three different universities (see additional postings for Boston College and UC-San Diego). Position 1, under the supervision of Dr. Elizabeth Gunderson (ude.elpmet|nosrednug.zil#ude.elpmet|nosrednug.zil) at Temple University, will primarily focus on a large scale collaboration exploring number word learning in preschoolers. You can read more about the project in the ManyNumbers grant proposal and ManyNumbers website. Temple University, Boston College, and UCSD are Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers. Interested applicants are expected to have completed their Ph.D. during or before Summer 2023. Full applications should include a completed application form, cover letter describing your interests and prior experiences, your c.v., and the contact information for 3 references. Applicants are welcome apply to more than one of the positions – please indicate that you are doing so in the application and cover letter. To apply, please fill out this form.

Texas A&M University (Postdoctoral Research Associate with PI Allegra Midgette in Moral Development)
The Moral Development Lab in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Texas A&M University invites applications for a postdoctoral fellow for a research position in a lab focused on investigating moral development cross-culturally. The postdoctoral fellow will be mainly responsible for collaborating with the lab’s PI (Dr. Allegra Midgette) and international collaborators (Dr. Juliene Madureira Ferreira, Tampere University; Dr. Yen-Hsin Chen, National Taichung University of Education) on analyzing and writing up findings from a project using interview and survey data collected with over 300 children, adolescents, young adults, and caregivers on how they learn about and conceptualize care and caregiving within the family. ($60,000 annually, potential for second year; start date flexible, Summer/ Fall 2023).
To Apply: Please send the following application materials in a single .pdf (file name: FirstName LastName_MDLabPostdoc: a cover letter that describes relevant training and career goals, CV, research statement, up to three representative publications, and three references who could provide a letter upon request. ) Please email your application to Marla Sarmiento (ude.umat|ramimras#ude.umat|ramimras) and cc Dr. Allegra Midgette (ude.umat|ttegdima#ude.umat|ttegdima) with “MD Lab Postdoc” in the subject line. For more information about us, please visit our website at https://moraldevlab.sites.tamu.edu/ or contact Dr. Midgette (e-mail: ude.umat|ttegdima#ude.umat|ttegdima). Review of applications will begin January 2023 and will continue until the position is filled.

University of Alberta. The Adolescent Development Lab led by Dr. Yao Zheng, has openings available for several full-time postdoctoral fellows. The starting date can be as early as Jan 2023 but negotiable. The initial appointment is for one year, renewable up to three years depending on performance and grant funding. Salary will be commensurate with experience. The successful candidate will help coordinate research projects that investigate adolescents' and young adults' daily experiences and well-being. Primary responsibilities include overseeing project progress, conducting data analysis, preparing for conference presentations and scientific manuscript writing for publication in peer-reviewed journals, and supervising research assistants. Postdoc fellows will have opportunities to work on daily parent–adolescent dyadic data, adolescent ecological momentary assessment data, as well as twin daily diary data (prior experience required). There will also be opportunities to work on conventional multi-wave longitudinal data, EEG data, and data from measurement burst designs. Successful candidates should have a doctoral degree in a related area, strong background/interests in adolescent socioemotional development and diary research, strong analytical skills, and evidence of independent scholarship, strong interpersonal and communication skills, and outstanding academic English writing skills. To apply, please submit a cover letter (2-page maximum) that describes relevant training and career goals, up-to-date CV, research statement including training goals for the position (3-page maximum), up to 3 representative publications, as well as the name and contact information of 3 references in one pdf file to ac.atreblau|gnehz.oay#ac.atreblau|gnehz.oay with "Postdoc Application" in the subject line. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. For more information, please contact Dr. Zheng.

University of Calgary Postdoctoral scholar in the areas of child and youth mental health/neurodevelopment in a multidisciplinary biopsychology lab. Mentorship is provided by Dr. Gerry Giesbrecht in the Developmental Psychobiology Laboratory https://ucalgary.ca/devpsychlab/. The scholar’s work will focus on mental health and neurodevelopment; however, the work and opportunities are interdisciplinary (including: stress, nutrition, gut microbiota, brain imaging, and epigenetics). Please see the following link for further details: job ad. Review begins immediately.

University of California-Irvine (apply here; accepting applications on a rolling basis). The Child Narratives Lab in the Department of Psychological Science at UC Irvine, is currently recruiting a full-time postdoctoral scholar. Under the direction and supervision of the faculty director (Dr. J. Zoe Klemfuss), this position entails manuscript and grant proposal writing and data analysis in addition to other managerial and coordination tasks as needed. The ideal candidate will demonstrate independence in large-scale project management, analyzing research data, and preparing written manuscripts and grant proposals. They will conduct themselves professionally with all members of the lab and when representing the lab, will have exceptional writing and analytic skills, and will complete tasks in a timely and thorough manner. Research in the Child Narratives Lab focuses on how social context and individual differences influence children's reports about past events. More specifically, we address questions about how the conditions under which children experience events and the conditions in which they are asked to remember those events influence what and how they recall. Much of this research focuses on developing and refining methods for helping adults (e.g. forensic interviewers, clinicians, parents) elicit accurate and complete information from children about their past experiences in a supportive way. For more information about the lab and its ongoing projects, see our lab website. This position is funded by the NIH (1R01HD101617).

University of California Santa Cruz (apply here; Apply by Feb 1, 2023). The Diversity in Development Laboratory (PI: Hyesung Grace Hwang) in the Psychology Department at the University of California Santa Cruz (UCSC) invites applications for the position of postdoctoral scholar. The Diversity in Development Lab investigates socio-cognitive development starting from infancy to early childhood. We examine these processes in racially, linguistically, and culturally diverse populations and use a variety of interdisciplinary methods across psychology, neuroscience (e.g., EEG), and physiology. Please see https://www.hghwang.com/ and https://diversityindevelopmentlab.sites.ucsc.edu/ for more information about our research. The postdoctoral scholar will work on a NIH R00 project investigating the neural correlates behind the development of social bias in infants and young children. The project will involve EEG data collection and analysis as well as behavioral studies. The position’s responsibilities include study design/development, data collection, data analysis, writing manuscripts, and conference presentations. The postdoctoral scholar will also have the opportunity to collaborate with Nathan Fox at the University of Maryland. There are also opportunities for the development of novel research directions related to the primary NIH R00 studies and opportunities to write mentored grant proposals. Applicants with the following qualifications are strongly encouraged to apply: experience using EEG methods with infants and/or children; expertise in programming skills (e.g., Matlab, R, and/or Python); experience supervising and coordinating research assistants; and/or strong project management skills. The position can start as soon as May 1st, 2023 but can be negotiated. The initial appointment is for a year but there is a possibility of reappointment. Interested candidates should submit a CV, a cover letter, and the names of two references here: https://recruit.ucsc.edu/JPF01426. Please apply by Feb 1, 2023. If you have any questions, please email me (ude.cscu|gnawhgh#ude.cscu|gnawhgh).

University of California, San Diego The NSF-Funded ManyNumbers Project seeks to hire three postdoctoral researchers to join our team (start date open, review of applications begins Nov. 1, 2022). The ManyNumbers project is a large international collaboration seeking to uncover the conceptual foundations of early numeracy. The three postdoc positions each have unique emphases and are based at three different universities (see additional postings for Boston College and Temple University). Position 3, under the supervision of Dr. David Barner (ude.dscu|renrabd#ude.dscu|renrabd) at University of California, San Diego, will also conduct empirical research but with a focus on data science and quantitative methods related to both projects. You can read more about the project in the ManyNumbers grant proposal and ManyNumbers website. Temple University, Boston College, and UCSD are Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers. Interested applicants are expected to have completed their Ph.D. during or before Summer 2023. Full applications should include a completed application form, cover letter describing your interests and prior experiences, your c.v., and the contact information for 3 references. Applicants are welcome apply to more than one of the positions – please indicate that you are doing so in the application and cover letter. To apply, please fill out this form.

University of Central Florida Postdoc position in the Adult Development and Decision Lab (see listing under Cognitive)

University of Chicago Postdoc positions in Developmental and Learning Science. PI Dr. Ming-Te Wang, Contact Dr. Ming-Te Wang at ude.ogacihcu|gnawtm#ude.ogacihcu|gnawtm. The Urban Education Institute (UEI) at the University of Chicago invite applicants for two Postdoctoral positions in youth development and learning across multiple ecological contexts with and emphasis on diversity, opportunity, and equity. Involves work on multi-method, large-scale longitudinal studies exploring how sociocultural and psychological factors influence youth's identity development, academic learning, and socioemotional well-being during middle childhood and adolescence. Fellows will work on multi-jurisdictional, longitudinal datasets to examine the individual, interpersonal, and contextual factors that mitigated or worsened the impact of school disruptions on youth's academic adjustment and mental health during COVID-19 pandemic among youth from historically marginalized and socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds. Must have strong publication record, substantive knowledge in field of child/adolescent development, risk and prevention/intervention, or learning science, excellent academic writing and analytic skills. Will require strong quantitative skills (e.g., HLM, SEM, and multilevel and growth modeling) and experience working with large scale, multiple waves of longitudinal datasets (e.g., daily diary data). Please submit (1) cover letter describing research goals and training, including why your background and interests are a good match for the position, (2) Curriculum Vitae, (3) one writing sample, (4) three letters of reference to ude.ogacihcu.loohcsnworc|rhnworc#ude.ogacihcu.loohcsnworc|rhnworc. Review will begin May 1, 2023.

University College Dublin Two-year post-doc, with possible extension, on a new project GENERATION PEACE in the Helping Kids! lab (https://helpingkidslab.com). Mentor Laura K Taylor will supervise on cross-cultural, mixed methods research with adolescents and young adults. Due 20 July. Start date 1 Sept 2022 (but flexible). For more full job ad, and to apply, visit https://my.corehr.com/pls/ucdrecruit/erq_search_package.search_form?p_company=1&p_internal_external=E. Scroll down to search by Ref Number: 014644. Also email Laura (laura.taylor[@]ucd.ie) with any questions.

University of Delaware Post-doctoral scholar in the areas of adolescent neurodevelopment and mental health. See listing above under Clinical.

University of Delaware Postdoctoral position in the ABC Lab with Dr. Mary Dozier. (See posting under Open Area)

University of Iowa Two multiyear postdoctoral positions available in the Sleep Development Lab of Mark Blumberg in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences (https://psychology.uiowa.edu/blumberg-lab). First, we are beginning a 5-year NIH-funded longitudinal project to study the development of sleep and sleep-related movements in very premature infants in the NICU and in the sleep laboratory after discharge. Second, we also investigate the neurobiological mechanisms and functions of sleep in developing rats. Postdocs in the lab are provided with the resources and freedom to develop and pursue independent projects; there are also numerous opportunities for professional development beyond the laboratory. Email Mark Blumberg (ude.awoiu|grebmulb-kram#ude.awoiu|grebmulb-kram) with questions.

University of Maryland, College Park The NeuroCognitive Lab (directed by Dr. Tracy Riggins) at the University of Maryland, College Park, is seeking a full-time post-doctoral scholar for an NIH-funded study of brain development, sleep, and memory in early childhood. This project, in collaboration with Dr. Rebeca Spencer (UMass, Amherst) will provide an opportunity to bridge domains of brain development, sleep science, and cognition. The project provides opportunity for the scholar to pursue their own research questions from the rich dataset. The NeuroCognitive Development Lab broadly focuses on the co-development of the brain and memory in early childhood. We are particularly interested in mechanisms underlying sleep benefits to these domains and apply multiple tools to address these questions (MRI, EEG, PSG, behavioral assessments). Click here for full posting and application instructions.

University of Massachusetts, Amherst The Somneuro Lab (directed by Dr. Rebecca Spencer) at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst is seeking a full-time post-doctoral scholar for an NIH-funded study of brain development, sleep, and memory in early childhood. This project, in collaboration with Dr. Tracy Riggins (University of Maryland) will provide an opportunity to bridge domains of brain development, sleep science, and cognition. The project provides opportunity for the scholar to pursue their own research questions from the rich dataset. The lab and program environment is rich and based in new research facilities. The Somneuro Lab broadly focuses on sleep’s role in memory across development and aging. We are particularly interested in neural mechanisms underlying sleep benefits to cognition and apply multiple tools to address these questions (MRI, EEG/polysomnography, behavioral assessments). Click here for full posting and application instructions.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Postdoctoral position with PI Dr. Maital Neta (See posting under Neuroscience)

University of Southern California (see posting under Open Area)

University of Washington. The Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences (I-LABS) has an opening for a bilingual (Spanish-English) post-doctoral researcher interested in bilingual language development in young children. We are focusing on next steps in bringing the best of early language research to educational classrooms in the form of language interventions and curricula for children in the 0-5 age range, and seek a postdoctoral candidate with experience, knowledge and a portfolio of research with young children learning two languages. This individual will work closely with a research team of linguists, psychologists, neuroscientists, educators, and software engineers from I-LABS who want to bring the best methods of bilingual language teaching to early education classrooms. The primary responsibilities will be to engage in the design and testing of programs and curricula for young children learning two languages in educational classrooms and testing and tracking the impact of educational bilingual language curricula on the linguistic, cognitive, and social skills of the children. Strong candidates will have a passion for multidisciplinary research and (i) expertise in the research on language development in bilingual children, (ii) some experience working in or with early education classrooms (iii) interest in bilingual language interventions and curricula in early educational classrooms. Applicants should have a PhD or foreign equivalent in a field such as development psychology, speech and hearing sciences, or neuroscience. Strong oral and written communication skills and the ability to work as an effective member of a multidisciplinary team are critical for the success of this research. Candidates from underrepresented groups, including candidates with disabilities, are encouraged to apply. This position works closely with a team of scientists led by Dr. Patricia Kuhl (Speech and Hearing Sciences) and Dr. Naja Ferjan Ramírez (Linguistics), both of whom are faculty at I-LABS. Applicants should provide (1) a cover letter clearly describing your interest and relevant background for this project, (2) a CV, (3) copies of two representative publications, (4) contact information for three references, and (5) statement describing past and/or potential contributions to equity, diversity, and inclusion. Application materials must be submitted via Interfolio http://apply.interfolio.com/115942. For any project questions, please email Patricia Kuhl at ude.wu|lhukkp#ude.wu|lhukkp.

University of Toronto See posting under Cognitive

Washington State University The Temperament Lab, directed by Maria (Masha) Gartstein at the Washington State University (WSU): https://labs.wsu.edu/infant-temperament/ is looking for a postdoctoral fellow to lead coordination of multi-site longitudinal study recently funded by a 5-year award from the National Institutes of Health. The position involves working with project staff at WSU and the other two sites: (1) the Cognition, Affect, and Psychophysiology Lab (The CAP Lab) at Virginia Tech, directed by Martha Ann Bell, https://support.psyc.vt.edu/labs/caplab; and (2) the Wave Lab at Florida Atlantic University, directed by Nancy Jones, http://www.psy.fau.edu/waveslab/index.php. The project entails collecting longitudinal data from infants and their mothers. The postdoctoral fellow will be responsible for overseeing research activities and assisting with cross-site coordination. Prior experience with EEG data collection and processing is preferred but not required. The position start date is flexible, with a preferred start date in August of 2023. Please send CV and letter of interest to Masha Gartstein: ude.usw|amtstrag#ude.usw|amtstrag.

University of Wisconsin–Madison The University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Fractions-Algebra team seeks a postdoctoral researcher. Click here for the full ad.

Yale-NUS College, Mindsets & Motivation Lab (Postdoctoral Fellowship; see full post under "Social & Personality"; review starts 2/5/23 until position is filled).

York University See posting under Clinical/ Counseling

York University in Toronto, Canada
Two postdoctoral positions are available. One position is in the Memory Development Lab directed by Jeni Pathman. The other is jointly supervised by Jeni Pathman and Ellen Bialystok, director of the Lifespan Cognition and Development Lab. Please see job ads here: https://md.lab.yorku.ca/post-doctoral-opportunities/


Educational

University of Missouri - Columbia.
The Statistics, Measurement & Evaluation in Education program and the Prosocial Development and Education Research Lab is recruiting a Post-doctoral Fellow to work on the Math+SEL+Equity program to help middle school math teachers combine prosocial education and equity with high-quality math instruction. The fellow will gain experience working on a grant-funded, research project within a lab that has $16 million in federal funding for six projects focused on promoting prosocial education and evaluating program effectiveness, while expanding methods skills in field-based, randomized controlled trials of education interventions. The fellow will also have the opportunity to develop an independent line of research related to the study’s activities. Position is full-time, benefit eligible. Applications will be reviewed starting January 3, and on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Start date negotiable but can begin Spring 2023. For more details and to apply, see job #45194 at: https://hrs.missouri.edu/find-a-job. Questions can be directed to Christi Bergin at ude.metsysmu|cnigreb#ude.metsysmu|cnigreb.

University of Missouri - Columbia
The Prosocial Development and Education Research Lab is recruiting a Post-doctoral Fellow to work on gamified assessment of prosocial behavior in schools. The fellow will gain experience working on a grant-funded, research project within a lab that has $16 million in federal funding for six projects focused on promoting prosocial education and a positive classroom climate. The fellow will also have the opportunity to develop an independent line of research related to the study’s activities. Position in full-time, benefit eligible. Applications will be reviewed immediately, and on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Start date negotiable but can begin June 2023. For more details, see: [https://hrs.missouri.edu/find-a-job]. Questions can be directed to Christi Bergin at ude.metsysmu|cnigreb#ude.metsysmu|cnigreb.

Baylor University (see posting to work with Dr. Schnitker under Social & Personality)

Boston College Postdoctoral position with PI Dr. Sara Cordes. (See posting under Developmental)

Boston University
We are looking for a Post–Doctoral Research Fellow to join the team for the NSF DRK–12 Award: “Evolving Minds: Promoting Causal–Explanatory Teaching and Learning of Biological Evolution in Elementary School.” This position involves project management as part of an interdisciplinary collaboration with TERC exploring elementary school children’s and teacher’s learning of life science concepts (evolution). Applicants should have particular interest in children’s early science learning, inquiry, cognitive development, and Design–Based Research (DBR) in elementary school classrooms on early science curricula. Review of applications begins immediately with preference for a Fall 2022 start date. Those interested should contact ude.ub|baldlihc#ude.ub|baldlihc for application instructions.

Children's National Postdoctoral scholar in the areas of child interventions/implementation research, digital mental health, school mental health and/or ADHD. Mentorship is provided by Dr. Melissa Dvorsky. Fellow has protected time for publications and grant writing and opportunities to contribute to the development of technology-enhanced school intervention, among other school and community-based projects. Please email gro.lanoitansnerdlihc|yksrovdm#gro.lanoitansnerdlihc|yksrovdm to apply and inquire. Review begins immediately. See the following link for further details: [https://bit.ly/3eUmX7R].

Children's Learning Institute at University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
IES Postdoctoral Research Fellow Position at UTHealth: The Children’s Learning Institute (CLI) within the UTHealth Department of Pediatrics seeks a candidate who demonstrates interest in postdoctoral research training focused on developmental and academic outcomes of preschool and early elementary children with or at risk for disabilities. See the following link for further details: [https://www.uth.edu/postdocs/open-postdoc-positions.htm#c4e3c9c8-9c86-47c0-9338-6644510d2f41].

Landmark College
We are seeking an experienced individual for a full-time, on-campus staff position of Research Associate within the Landmark College Institute for Research and Training (LCIRT).Primary duties include proposing and carrying out research on the efficacy of learning strategies and pedagogies designed to support neurodivergent learners, including those with learning disabilities, ADHD, and/or autism. Preference will be given to candidates whose research addresses one, or more, of the follow topic areas: learner variability, Universal Design, executive function, student transition, social-emotional learning, or educational technology. The Research Associate will be expected to regularly pursue federal, state, and foundation grants to support research initiatives; although it should be noted this position is fully funded and supported by the College (i.e. “hard-funded”). job ad.

Northwestern University
The full-time postdoctoral fellow will participate in the coordination of a large-scale community-engaged project with Dr. Mesmin Destin. See more information at this link.

Purdue University
Purdue University Research Program On STEM Education (PURPOSE) Postdoctoral Training Initiative in Human Development and Family Studies. Four NSF-funded postdocs focused on early STEM learning and development. Postdocs have the opportunity to work with Drs. David Purpura, Cammie McBride, Valerie Knopik, Robert Duncan, Sarah Eason and/or Jennifer Finders. We seek candidates who are interested in integrated STEM and other areas (e.g., literacy/language, motivation, educational identity/belongingness, behavioral genetics) in their research. [https://careers.purdue.edu/job/West-Lafayette-Post-Doc-Research-Associate-IN-47906/946811200/]

Temple University Postdoctoral position with PI Dr. Elizabeth Gunderson. (See posting under Developmental)

University of California, San Diego Postdoctoral position with PI Dr. Dave Barner. (See posting under Developmental)

University of Georgia Postdoctoral position on the IMPACT study. (See posting under Open Area)

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Postdoctoral Position with PI Matt Bernacki and co-PI Jeff Greene. Apply at https://tinyurl.com/PostdocUNCwBernackiGreene.
Focus of study STEM undergraduate science and math learning with multimodal learning analytics on self-regulated learning processes in science and math; funded by a supplement to NSF DRL-1920756. Contact Matt Bernacki via mlb A T unc D O T edu. Open immediately (4/5/2023) and until filled.

University of Washington Postdoctoral position with Dr. Patricia Kuhl. (See posting under Developmental)
University of Wisconsin–Madison Algebra-Fractions postdoc (UW-algebra See posting under Developmental)

Yale-NUS College, Mindsets & Motivation Lab (Postdoctoral Fellowship; see full post under "Social & Personality"; review starts 2/5/23 until position is filled).


Health

Montclair State University Cognitive neuroscience of music therapy (posted under Neuro)

San Diego State University (PI Tristen Inagaki. See posting under Social & Personality)

Johns Hopkins University (PI Yingzi Xiong. Spatial abilities in people with vision and/or hearing impairment. https://apply.interfolio.com/124884. See posting under Open area)

UNC Charlotte See details under clinical/counseling for UNC Charlotte suicide prevention, quant methods, and military health postdoc.

Arizona State University (see posting under Human Factors & Engineering Psychology)

Brandeis University (see posting under Cognitive)

Duke University School of Medicine (Postdoctoral Research Associate in Health Equity Research. Dr. Tiarney Ritchwood is seeking a postdoctoral research associate to join the CREATE (Collaborative Research to facilitate Equity, Action, Trust, and Engagement) Team, a NIH-funded research program with grants focused on chronic disease management and prevention, and health communication. Interested candidates should apply via the online portal at https://careers.duke.edu/job/Durham-POSTDOCTORAL-ASSOCIATE-NC-27710/921594600/)

Florida State University (Postdoctoral Fellow to study the impact of spiritual activities on physical and relationship health) (See posting under Open Area)

Fordham University (Postdoctoral Fellow)
The Youth Development in Diverse Contexts Lab is looking for a postdoctoral fellow to collaborate on a submission for a NIMHD Diversity Supplement. This is a 2-year position, supervised by Dr. Tiffany Yip, to work on a longitudinal NIH grant focused on sleep, health, and academic disparities among college students. Candidates must have a strong interest in young adult development, discrimination, and health disparities. This position is a great opportunity for a post-doctoral student with a passion for research and to build upon their doctoral training in development, clinical, counseling psychology or related fields before applying to faculty positions. Applicants must graduate in the spring of 2023 and be willing to assist in the preparation of a diversity supplement application to the NIH before June 1. Notification of the award is expected in July with an anticipated start date of September 2023. NIH guidelines for eligibility for the diversity supplement are appended below.
Interested students should email Tiffany Yip (ude.mahdrof|piyt#ude.mahdrof|piyt) with CV and brief statement of interest by March 15.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln (See posting under Clinical)

North Dakota State University (Postdoctoral position for NIH-funded project with PI Dr. Jeremy Hamm) (See posting under Developmental)

Northwestern University (We are recruiting 3 postdoctoral fellows for 2-year appointments in the NIMH-funded T32, NU-THRIVE: Training Program in Translational Science, HIV, and Sexual and Gender Minority Health; Deadline 12/1/22; [https://isgmh.northwestern.edu/2022/09/15/t32-postdoctoral-fellows/])

University of California, San Diego Postdoctoral position with Dr. Fadel Zeidan (www.zeidanlab.com) to study impact of mindfulness and psychedelics on pain and health. fMRI experience desirable. Send cover letter and CV to ude.dcsu|nadiezf#ude.dcsu|nadiezf

University of Pittsburgh T32 (Postdoctoral research fellowships available for MDs and PhDs in social, psychological, and behavioral aspects of cardiovascular health. Now in its 40th year, it is one of the most longstanding cardiovascular behavioral medicine research training programs in the US. The program implements a mentor-based model that includes team-based collaborative mentoring, multidisciplinary training and research, and individualized didactics, with a focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Practical training in grantsmanship, research ethics, public speaking, and career development is included. More information on the program and faculty can be found at https://cvbm.pitt.edu. Applications are being accepted for appointments to begin in fall 2022 or spring 2023.)

University of Regina See posting under clinical

University of South Carolina (Post-Doctoral Research Fellow in Health/Community Psychology. Dr. Allison Sweeney is seeking a Post-Doctoral Fellow to join her National Institutes of Health R01 grant, the ‘Together Everyone Achieves More Physical Activity’ (TEAM-PA) project. TEAM-PA is a randomized controlled trial that will evaluate the efficacy of a group-based social affiliation intervention for promoting physical activity and cardiovascular health among inactive African American women. Candidates with a research interest/focus in health equity, community-based research, motivational and behavioral-change theory, statistics, and/or implementation science are encouraged to apply. Applicants will be reviewed on a rolling basis with an intended start date of January 2023 or Summer 2023. For more information please email Dr. Sweeney at ude.cs.xobliam|maeneews#ude.cs.xobliam|maeneews)

University of Southern Denmark (Postdoc in cardiac psychology. Professor Susanne S. Pedersen is looking for a highly motivated and ambitious candidate with an interest in the area of medical and health psychology, preferably with knowledge of cardiovascular disease, and experience with quantitative and qualitative methods within psychology. The ideal candidate would who have experience with register-based research and use of the Danish registers and preferably also systematic reviews / meta-analyses. Position available for February 1 2023 through March 31 2025. See application and position details at https://www.sdu.dk/en/service/ledige_stillinger/1200106)


Human Factors & Engineering Psychology

Arizona State University postdoctoral fellowship positions (4 openings) with Dr. Thomas Parsons (PI CNS Lab; Grace Center). The Computational Neuropsychology & Simulation (CNS) Lab uses extended reality (virtual reality, augmented reality), wearable sensors (EDA, ECG, EEG, fNIRS, tDCS), and psychological science for research in digital health, clinical education, simulation science, and immersive technologies. The program offers postdoctoral fellows with research and mentorship in psychological science, neuropsychological assessment, and human-computer interaction (HCI). Available postdoctoral emphases: 1) Open Health/Technology position (http://apply.interfolio.com/115735): PhD in Psychology, Health, Nursing, HCI, or related; and 2) Nursing Scientist position (http://apply.interfolio.com/115730): PhD in health-related research area (e.g., Nursing, Psychology, and eligible for RN licensure). Inquiries can be directed to Thomas D. Parsons, PhD (ude.USA|snosraP.samohT#ude.USA|snosraP.samohT), Grace Center Professor for Innovation in Clinical Education, Simulation Science, & Immersive Technology. The application should include a CV, letter of interest, diversity statement, and three letters of reference. Review of applications begins December 2022.

Children's National Postdoctoral scholar in the areas of child interventions/implementation research, digital mental health, school mental health and/or ADHD. Mentorship is provided by Dr. Melissa Dvorsky. Fellow has protected time for publications and grant writing and opportunities to contribute to the development of technology-enhanced school intervention, among other school and community-based projects. Please email gro.lanoitansnerdlihc|yksrovdm#gro.lanoitansnerdlihc|yksrovdm to apply and inquire. Review begins immediately. See the following link for further details: [https://bit.ly/3eUmX7R].

Colorado State University The Mechanical Engineering Department at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow to explore how personal awareness, development of self-efficacy, and discussion of societal network might lessen some of these limitations, lead to richer user feedback early in the technological or programmatic design phase, and potentially alter the ultimate outcome of technological adoption. The fellow / scholar should have experience in both quantitative and qualitative research methods, as well as a keen awareness of ethical behavior in the context of physical and social interventions. ([https://jobs.colostate.edu/postings/112046] job ad).

University at Albany, State University of New York POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH POSITION – Emergency and Risk Communication Postdoctoral Researcher under the supervision of Jeannette Sutton, Associate Professor in the College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity at the University at Albany. The postdoctoral researcher will have primary responsibility for research on "viewer preferences for next-generation media content during severe weather" and will contribute to additional projects with a focus on risk communication across a range of hazards. The researcher will conduct theoretically based, mixed method (quantitative and qualitative), interdisciplinary research on message design for visual risk communication, the results of which will guide implementation and practice among practitioners. For additional details, please see [https://tinyurl.com/5n8ht8hd]. Interested candidates should send a CV and letter of interest to Jeannette Sutton at ude.ynabla|nottusj#ude.ynabla|nottusj.

University of South Florida (Postdoctoral Fellowship) Emerging Technologies in Healthcare Simulation Training; Location: Tampa, FL; Job Opening Number: 34100; Posting End Date: 6/12/2023; To apply: [https://tinyurl.com/eywf5afu]

Yale-NUS College, Mindsets & Motivation Lab (Postdoctoral Fellowship; see full post under "Social & Personality"; review starts 2/5/23 until position is filled).


Neuroscience & Biopsychology

Kessler Foundation, Center for Stroke Rehabilitation Research (job ad; deadline 8/1/2023)

Montclair State University 3 Year Postdoctoral Research Scientist investigates the neuroscience efficacy of music therapy (broadly defined) in the Cognition and Neurocognitive Disorders Research lab http://sandrylab.com in collaboration with the Cognitive Neuroimaging lab https://www.cognitiveneuroimaginglab.com/.
Start date: Fall 2023 (flexible)
Send inquiries to: ude.rialctnom|jyrdnas#ude.rialctnom|jyrdnas
Full Job Ad / Apply here: https://montclair.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/JobOpportunities/job/Montclair-NJ/Postdoctoral-Research-Scientist_R1002917

San Diego State University (PI Tristen Inagaki. See posting under Social & Personality)

Chapman University / Reed College Triangulating the neural correlates of consciousness: Post-doctoral position in data science
Start date: Flexible (Summer/Fall 2023)
Duration: 24 months
Data scientist post-doc position to work with Michael Pitts at Reed College, Portland, Oregon, USA and Aaron Schurger at Chapman University, Orange, California, USA. Location is flexible. Position is funded for two years. Competitive candidates will have a PhD degree in computer science, data science, psychology, neuroscience, or related field. Candidates should have good data mining and machine learning skills, especially as applied to neural and behavioral data.
Required skills:
• expertise or interest in advanced data analysis (e.g., EEG or MEG)
• experience in machine learning, data mining, and high-performance computing
• experience with python and/or Matlab
• experience with machine learning platforms (e.g., tensorflow, SciKit-Learn, or similar)
• interest in and ability to work on team-based projects
• experience and interest in managing large datasets
To apply: email CV and cover letter to ude.nampahc|regruhcs#ude.nampahc|regruhcs or ude.deer|sttipm#ude.deer|sttipm.

Laureate Institute for Brain Research (Postdoctoral position working on studies examining neurocognitive mechanisms of anxiety/depression treatment with Dr. Maria Ironside) https://www.laureateinstitute.org/careers.html

Florida State University Postdoc position in Derek Nee’s lab for Cognitive Neuroscience. Research will involve a combination of fMRI and TMS to study cognitive control. Position is jointly funded through NIMH and Dean’s office to offer a salary of up $75K/year. Interested applicants can send a CV and list of references to ude.usf.ysp|een#ude.usf.ysp|een. Start date of Summer or Fall 2022. https://psy.fsu.edu/neelab

University of Minnesota Drs. Kathryn Cullen, Mark Fiecas, and their collaborators within and outside of the University of Minnesota are seeking outstanding candidates for a postdoctoral position to work on a federally-funded project. We are using novel analysis techniques to investigate neurodevelopmental trajectories of brain network strength and flexibility, and how these trajectories may underlie risk, onset and course of depression and suicide risk in children and adolescents in the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study. The position is available immediately and funding is available for three years. Candidates should have a PhD in Psychology, Neuroscience, Biostatistics, Statistics, Computer Science, or a related field. The candidate must be passionate about advancing knowledge about brain circuitry and adolescent mental health. We are seeking candidates with exceptional strengths in the following areas: technical and mathematical capabilities; ability to learn rapidly-evolving new systems; written and oral communication skills; and statistical analysis; problem-solving and identifying creative solutions. Past experience with neuroimaging analysis is required. The position is best-suited for a person with a personal commitment to advancing knowledge about the complexities of brain networks, brain development and adolescent mental health. For such a person, this position will provide a set of experiences and publication opportunities to prepare them to be highly competitive for an academic faculty position pursuing this kind of research in a university. Follow this link to see more detail and apply: https://hr.myu.umn.edu/jobs/ext/345396 or send a letter of interest to: Kathryn Cullen ude.nmu|6200ager#ude.nmu|6200ager and Mark Fiecas ude.nmu|saceifm#ude.nmu|saceifm

Northeastern University/Yale. See description of postdoc opening in open area section below

Northwestern University. See description of postdoc opening in clinical section above

Boston College Postdoc position in the Memory Modulation Lab (see listing under Cognitive)

Kessler Foundation The Center for Autism Research is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow. This 2-year position funded by the VIA Institute on Character will focus on the neural networks underlying positive psychology interventions. Experience with fMRI is required. An interest in autism and positive psychology is a plus. Mentorship will be provided by Dr. Helen Genova. For more information, see the following: https://kesslerfoundation.org/postdoctoral-fellowship-our-center-autism-research. Please send your CV to Dr. Genova (gro.noitadnuofrelssek|avonegh#gro.noitadnuofrelssek|avonegh).

Indiana University, Bloomington Drs. Anne Krendl and Rick Betzel at Indiana University, Bloomington are accepting applications for two Visiting Research Scientist positions (title equivalent to a postdoc). The Research Scientists will contribute to NIA-funded research on social cognition, aging, and network neuroscience. The project incorporates both behavioral and neuroimaging methodologies. The positions are designed for talented and productive researchers with a Ph.D. in psychology, neuroscience, or a related field, and an interest in interdisciplinary research. This project is being conducted in collaboration with the Indiana Alzheimer Disease Research Center. The ideal candidate would have previous training in social or network neuroscience, and interests in conducting aging research. More information on the Dr. Krendl’s and Betzel’s research can be found at https://krendlab.sitehost.iu.edu/ and https://www.brainnetworkslab.com, respectively. The start date is flexible. We will begin considering applications immediately, with the positions staying open until filled. Salary will be, at minimum, commensurate with experience and will match or exceed salary recommended by NIH. The position also includes health benefits and assistance for relocation costs. For inquiries or to apply, please email a cover letter that includes a proposed start date, CV, three representative publications, and the names and contact information of 3 references to Anne Krendl ude.anaidni|ldnerka#ude.anaidni|ldnerka.

Pennsylvania State University Postdoctoral position with Drs. Jennifer Graham-Engeland and Christopher Engeland. Job Link.

Stanford University The Poldrack Lab in the Department of Psychology at Stanford University seeks a full time postdoctoral fellow. This individual would report directly to Dr. Patrick Bissett, a research scientist in the Poldrack Lab, and would be jointly supervised by Professor Poldrack. This position is funded by two National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) R01s that aim to use behavioral testing, dense MRI scanning, and computational modeling to understand cognitive control processes including response inhibition, working memory, and attention. Applicants must have a doctorate in psychology, neuroscience, or a related field at the time of appointment. The position would start as soon as possible and would initially be a one-year appointment with renewal contingent upon satisfactory performance and funding availability. Expertise in cognitive control, fMRI data acquisition, fMRI data analysis are strongly desired, along with strong computational skills (particularly Python coding). The lab is strongly committed to open and transparent science, and candidates should demonstrate evidence of their commitment to and experience with these practices (such as data/code sharing and preregistration). This position is intended to be in-person at Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA, because the postdoctoral fellow would be involved in data acquisition including MRI data acquisition. Apply here: https://poldracklab.stanford.edu/sites/g/files/sbiybj23946/files/media/file/post_doc_ad_september_2022_0.pdf

Texas A&M University Postdoc in the Multimethod Affect and Cognition lab (see listing under Clinical)
University of Arizona, Psychiatry The Social, Cognitive, and Affective Neuroscience (SCAN) Lab in the UA College of Medicine is seeking multiple postdocs specializing in neuroimaging data collection and analysis to contribute to studies funded by the Department of Defense. Specifically, an individual with expertise in functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), structural neuroimaging, diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy (1H MRS), cognitive neuropsychological assessment, and ambulatory monitoring of sleep and circadian rhythmicity is desired. Projects in the SCAN lab focus on aspects of neurocircuitry underlying cognitive and emotional intelligence, social cognition, decision-making, risk-taking, resilience, sleep and circadian rhythms, light exposure, and appetitive processes in healthy individuals under various conditions (e.g., stress, sleep loss, cognitive load) and in patients suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and mTBI. Two of these studies involves sleep deprivation paradigms for the purpose of investigating neurophysiological models of cognitive fatigue as well as evaluation of a fatigue management intervention (via smartphone app). Another study will be investigating the effectiveness of blue light therapy in improving sleep among active duty military.
[https://arizona.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/4/home/requisition/12244?c=arizona]; review begins immediately. Applicants will be evaluated and hired on a rolling basis.

University of Arizona (see posting under Clinical)

University of California, Irvine Postdoc position with PI Dr. Liz Chrastil. The Spatial Neuroscience Lab uses dynamic and interdisciplinary research methods to answer questions about how the brain processes information to keep us oriented as we navigate through a complicated world. In addition to navigation, our research is deeply connected to the fields of learning, memory, and decision making, with aging, clinical, and translational applications. Our primary techniques are fully immersive virtual reality (VR) and human brain imaging using multimodal magnetic resonance imaging (structural MRI, fMRI, diffusion imaging, resting state) and electroencephalography (EEG). Postdoc positions are available in the following specific areas: 1) individual differences in navigational ability, with a focus on learning and neural correlates and 2) behavioral and/or fMRI investigations of cognitive mapping compared to graph-like topologies. For more information and to apply, go to https://recruit.ap.uci.edu/JPF07916

University of California Santa Cruz Postdoctoral position with PI Dr. Hyesung Grace Hwang (see posting under Developmental)

University of California, San Diego Postdoctoral position with Dr. Fadel Zeidan (www.zeidanlab.com). The applicant will perform fMRI-based research to examine the effects of mindfulness and psychedelics on pain and health. Background in fMRI is desirable. Please email CV and cover letter to ude.dscu|nadiezf#ude.dscu|nadiezf.

University of California, San Diego (TWO Postdoctoral fellowship positions; Seeking TWO postdoc to spearhead multi methodological studies using fMRI and EEG to evaluate TMS interventions. One position is central to studies aiming to treat mood and mental health disorders. The other position is central to studies aiming to treat traumatic brain injury. Search is currently open. For more information see website… https://www.optilab.net/jobs.html). See also Clinical, above.

University of California, San Diego Postdoc position with Dr. Case in affective touch and pain (https://www.caselaboratory.org). Email cover letter, CV, and references to ude.dscu.htlaeh|esacl#ude.dscu.htlaeh|esacl by May 15, 2023 for best consideration.

University of Central Florida Postdoc position in the Adult Development and Decision Lab (see listing under Cognitive)

University College London (UCL) Postdoc position in Cognitive Neuroscience & Computational Psychiatry (see listing under Cognitive)

University of Delaware Post-doctoral scholar in the areas of adolescent neurodevelopment and mental health. See listing above under Clinical.

University of Delaware Postdoctoral Researcher position in the Personality and Dysregulation Lab at the University of Delaware. See listing above under Clinical.

University of Florida Postdoctoral Fellow in Cognitive Neuroscience of Aging and Neuromodulation. The Woods Neuromodulation Lab in the Center for Cognitive Aging and Memory (CAM) at the University of Florida, Department of Clinical and Health Psychology, is searching for highly qualified post-doctoral associates to join our research team. These positions focus on discovering and implementing novel interventions aimed at remediating cognitive aging and slowing the onset of dementia in older adults; with a special interest in understanding the neural mechanisms of intervention effects. Common methods used in the lab include multimodal neuroimaging, multiple forms of non-invasive brain stimulation/transcranial electrical stimulation, and a clinical translational research model (bench to bedside). https://explore.jobs.ufl.edu/en-us/job/524134/postdoctoral-associate

University of Maryland, College Park Postdoctoral position exploring brain development, sleep, and memory in early childhood with Dr. Tracy Riggins. (See posting under Developmental)

University of Massachusetts, Amherst Postdoctoral position exploring brain development, sleep, and memory in early childhood with Dr. Rebecca Spencer. (See posting under Developmental)

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Postdoc position with PI Dr. Maital Neta. The Cognitive & Affective Neuroscience Lab (https://psychology.unl.edu/can-lab/) uses interdisciplinary research methods to examine individual differences in emotion processing and emotion regulation across the lifespan. Specifically, we study valence bias, or the tendency to interpret emotional ambiguity as having a more positive or negative meaning. Some of our research explores parent-child dynamics and other neural, physiological, and socioenvironmental factors that impact development of a particular bias, as well as its relationship with mental health. Candidates with substantial prior experience using advanced MRI methods (e.g., resting state MRI, MVPA, network analyses), psychophysiology, eye tracking, and/or experience sampling are uniquely attractive. To apply, https://tinyurl.com/slqmovm.

University of Nevada, Las Vegas The postdoc position is created to support the following grant “Enhancing Motor Function in Individuals with Lower Limb Amputation through Peer-Based Balance and Fall Recovery Skill Training” at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. This project will be funded by the US Department of Defense from January 2023 to December 2024 (W81XWH2210216, PI: Szu-Ping Lee, ude.vlnu|eel.gnip-uzs#ude.vlnu|eel.gnip-uzs, co-PIs: Henna Lee and Joel Snyder). During the 2-year duration, the postdoctoral scholar is expected to assist with developing research protocols, assisting data collection, analysis, and producing reports under the supervision of the investigators. Ideal candidate should have a PhD or equivalent degree in fields related to biomechanics, motor control & learning, or rehabilitation. Matlab, eye-tracking, and EEG experience a plus. The postdoctoral scholar may instruct and supervise UNLV research students (PhD, DPT, MD, and undergraduate students). Productive and independent dissemination of research findings is expected. The studies include behavioral training studies, eye-tracking, and EEG.

University of Pittsburgh T32 Postdoctoral Scholar in Cardiovascular Behavioral Medicine (see listing under Health)

University of Southern California A postdoctoral scholar position is available at the University of Southern California (USC, located in Los Angeles, California) for the study of multisensory perception (both behavioral and neuroimaging) in the visually impaired. The goal of this project is to develop a comprehensive understanding of the changes in multisensory integration of audition and vision that result from degenerative conditions such as Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD), Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP), and Non-Arteritic Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy (NAION). The proposed studies will provide crucial insights into key characteristics of functional reorganization in the human brain, and will also pave the way for the next generation of multisensory aids, multisensory visual prostheses, and rehabilitation approaches. As an example, here is a link to a recent Vision Sciences Society (VSS) abstract on “Mapping Audio-Visual Crossmodal Interactions in the Visually Impaired”, a key project within this research effort: https://jov.arvojournals.org/article.aspx?articleid=2771393 The postdoctoral scholar will join a multidisciplinary and collaborative effort that is ongoing among the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), USC, and Occidental College. The postdoctoral scholar position is within the Optical Materials and Devices Laboratory at USC led by Professor Armand R. Tanguay, Jr. The postdoctoral scholar will also collaborate closely with Dr. Noelle R. B. Stiles at USC and Professor Shinsuke Shimojo at Caltech, as well as with Professor Carmel A. Levitan at Occidental College and their research groups. Candidates should have completed a Ph.D. and/or M.D., and have relevant research experience that might include, but is not limited to, experimental psychology, multisensory psychophysics, cognitive neuroscience, neuroimaging techniques (such as fMRI and EEG), and biomedical devices. Experience with blind or low vision patient groups is beneficial, but is not a requirement. Experimental and technical skills including programming (such as in MATLAB or Python) are highly desirable. Salary will be based on NIH guidelines, and will be commensurate with experience. The position is available immediately, although consideration will also be given to candidates who would prefer a later start date. The postdoctoral scholar position is initially for one year, and is potentially renewable based on performance and the continuing availability of research funding. The University of Southern California is an equal opportunity employer, and encourages applications from women and minorities. Candidates should send a current CV, a statement of research skills and interests, and a list of 3 references to Professor Armand R. Tanguay, Jr. (ude.csu|yaugnata#ude.csu|yaugnata).

Emory University (The Grady Trauma project at Emory University is seeking a Postdoctoral Researcher to be part of a team investigating participants’ past experience of trauma as it relates to biological and behavioral outcomes in pregnancy, parental caregiving, and child well-being. To learn more about the research visit https://www.gradytraumaproject.com/research. Preferred start date is in Fall 2022. To apply for the job visit https://faculty-emory.icims.com/jobs/87437/job.)

McMaster University - Social neuroscience (Postdoctoral Fellow in the Social Brain, Body & Action Lab (PI - Sukhvinder Obhi). Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral fellowship to work with Professor Sukhvinder Obhi at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada. The appointment is expected to be for two years and the research focus is on self-other processing (broadly defined) in the context of social hierarchies, including a focus on key themes of power and social diversity. Research in the lab employs a combination of cognitive neuroscience and social psychological methods and approaches. The ideal candidate will have a PhD in Social Cognitive Neuroscience (or similar) and have expertise in any, or preferably all, the following: electroencephalography (EEG), transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), experimental design, data processing and statistical analysis, and programming for experiment creation, for example using Python, MATLAB, or similar. In addition, high quality writing and communication skills are critical as is the ability to work independently and as part of a team. Alongside their own research, this position will involve the postdoctoral fellow day to day mentoring activities of more junior students and trainees in the lab. Please email Dr. Obhi at: ac.retsamcm|ihbo#ac.retsamcm|ihbo for more information.

University of Iowa Two multiyear postdoctoral positions available in the Sleep Development Lab of Mark Blumberg in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences (https://psychology.uiowa.edu/blumberg-lab). First, we are beginning a 5-year NIH-funded longitudinal project to study the development of sleep and sleep-related movements in very premature infants in the NICU and in the sleep laboratory after discharge. Second, we also investigate the neurobiological mechanisms and functions of sleep in developing rats. Postdocs in the lab are provided with the resources and freedom to develop and pursue independent projects; there are also numerous opportunities for professional development beyond the laboratory. Email Mark Blumberg (ude.awoiu|grebmulb-kram#ude.awoiu|grebmulb-kram) with questions.

University of Wisconsin-Madison 2 postdoc positions, MIDUS Affective Neuroscience. https://aging.wisc.edu/midus-affective-neuroscience-project/

Washington University in St. Louis Drs. Todd Braver, Tammy English, Brian Gordon, and Renee Thompson in the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences (https://psych.wustl.edu/) are looking for a postdoctoral scholar to work on a NIH-funded R01 project (R01AG070139) focused on the relationship between cognitive motivation and emotion regulation, how these change across middle- and older-age, and the impact of depressive psychopathology, utilizing a multi-method approach that combines fMRI neuroimaging with both peripheral physiological assessment and naturalistic experience sampling. This position will provide outstanding training experiences in a wide-range of theoretical and methodological approaches within the cognitive neuroscience of aging, and the opportunity to enhance professional development skills by working with an inter-disciplinary collaborative team. Preference will be given for candidates with strong quantitative and/or neuroimaging skills, along with prior research experience in cognitive neuroscience, affective science, cognitive aging, or Alzheimer’s disease. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis and there is a flexible start data. If interested email Drs. Todd Braver (ude.ltsuw|revarbt#ude.ltsuw|revarbt) and Brian Gordon (ude.ltsuw|nodrogab#ude.ltsuw|nodrogab) with a cover letter and CV. To apply navigate to: https://jobs.wustl.edu/ and search for job opening number JR69710.

Washington University in St. Louis Dr. Brian Gordon in the Departments or Radiology (https://www.mir.wustl.edu/) and Psychological & Brain Sciences (https://psych.wustl.edu/) is looking for multiple postdoctoral fellows to work on NIH-funded projects studying healthy aging and Alzheimer Disease. The focus of the projects are to understand longitudinal brain-behavior associations in cohorts that are deeply phenotyped using structural and functional MRI, PET (amyloid and tau), biofluids (CSF and plasma), and neuropsychological testing. Researchers will have the opportunity to collaborate with world class faculty from the Departments of Radiology, Psychological & Brain Sciences, Neurology and Psychiatry as well as be part of the Charles F. and Joanne Knight Alzheimer Disease Research Center and the Hope Center for Neurological Disorders. Preference will be given to candidates with a background in cognitive aging and/or neuroimaging. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis and there is a flexible start data. If interested email Dr. Brian Gordon (ude.ltsuw|nodrogab#ude.ltsuw|nodrogab) with a cover letter and CV. To apply navigate to: https://jobs.wustl.edu/ and search for job opening number JR65292.


Open Area

Montclair State University Cognitive neuroscience of music therapy (posted under Neuro)

Arizona State University Presidential Postdoctoral Fellowship in Psychology (see post under Social/Personality)

Arizona State University Postdoctoral Fellowship (asuNIJpostdoc see post under Social/Personality)

Johns Hopkins University Postdoctoral Position. A NIH-funded postdoctoral position is open in the laboratory of Dr. Yingzi Xiong at the Lions Vision Research and Rehabilitation Center, Johns Hopkins University. Selected candidate will participate in projects that investigate the spatial abilities in individuals with vision and/or hearing impairment. For more information and to submit an application please visit https://apply.interfolio.com/124884. Applications will be reviewed and considered until the position is filled.

University of Virginia post doc associate in Environmental Psychology
quasi-experimental research project exploring health & wellbeing outcomes arising from “green” climate mitigation strategies. Quan + Qual skills. Apply soon ! August 2023 start. Contact Professor Jenny Roe for more information, email: ude.ainigriv|4brjj#ude.ainigriv|4brjj
https://uva.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/UVAJobs/job/Charlottesville-VA/Postdoctoral-Research-Associate_R0045352

San Diego State University (PI Tristen Inagaki. See posting under Social & Personality)

Georgetown University Department of Psychology Dr. Abigail Marsh, who directs the Laboratory on Social and Affective Neuroscience, is looking to hire 1-2 post-doctoral researchers. Our lab conducts behavioral, fMRI, and neurohormonal research related to the neural basis of social decision-making, neuroeconomics, and emotion. We will continue to interview candidates until 1 or 2 positions have been filled. The position offers opportunities to develop skills and expertise in conducting behavioral research with special populations (including extreme altruists), functional and structural neuroimaging, and/or neurohormonal research, and to work in a collaborative and supportive social neuroscience lab. The start date is flexible. The ideal candidate will have: A PhD in psychology, neuroscience, cognitive science, or a closely related field; Interest and experience in conducting empirical research related to empathy, social connectedness, altruism, aggression, and/or psychopathy; A publication record commensurate with the candidate's level of training; Enthusiasm for working as part of a team and taking part in training junior scholars. To learn more about the lab, please visit http://www.abigailmarsh.com. Please submit inquiries or applications (a cover letter and CV that includes contact information for at least 3 references) to ude.nwotegroeg|nasl#ude.nwotegroeg|nasl.

UNC Charlotte See details under clinical/counseling for UNC Charlotte suicide prevention, quant methods, and military health postdoc.

New York University (Postdoctoral Researcher). Postdoc in the Motivation Lab at New York University with a focus on epistemic states and their outcomes. Topics include fanaticism, misinformation, and intellectual humility (as well as other topics). Experience in quantitative/computational methods is preferred but not required. We look forward to your application! 😊 job ad; deadline 04/01/22; start flexible)

Northeastern University/Yale. Postdoc sought to join collaborative project between Nick Turk-Browne (Yale University), Aaron Seitz (Northeastern University), and Kristina Visscher (University of Alabama Birmingham) addressing behavioral and brain mechanisms of perceptual training after central vision loss. Successful candidates should have a strong background in fMRI design, preprocessing and analysis, advanced computational and statistical competencies, proficiency with PsychToolbox for Matlab, creativity and a high-level of conscientiousness. They should also have expertise in vision science, including one or more of the following areas (and knowledge of the others): attention and eye-movements, perceptual learning, macular degeneration, psychophysics, and/or retinotopic mapping. Please send applications to both <ude.nretsaehtron|zties.a#ude.nretsaehtron|zties.a> <ude.elay|enworb-krut.salohcin#ude.elay|enworb-krut.salohcin>

University of Virginia (The Rising Scholars Postdoctoral Fellowship with Drs. Sophie Trawalter and Jazming Brown-Iannuzzi - 2 year post-doc with review at year 1 in race, justice, and equity (RJE); [https://graduate.as.virginia.edu/rising-scholars]; deadline 1/15/2023)

Yale University. Wu Tsai Postdoctoral Fellows program invites applicants interested in pursuing collaborative research that drives discoveries about the mind through an integrated study of the brain. The program attracts scientists from a broad range of disciplines interested in ambitious and innovative neuroscience research as they prepare for independent careers. Our program promotes interdisciplinary research through integrative projects and collaborative mentorship. The program features two postdoctoral fellowship tracks (Computational Modeling and Experimental Approaches) for scientists from different scientific disciplines and with different mentoring needs. Please visit <https://wti.yale.edu/initiatives/postdoctoral> to see currently available mentors and postdoctoral projects and <https://apply.interfolio.com/112507> to submit your application. Funding available for up to 3 years. Applications due 12/15

Arizona State University (see posting under Human Factors & Engineering Psychology)

Florida State University (Postdoctoral Fellow (1 year, possibly renewable?) to study the impact of spiritual activities on physical and relationship health. Candidates should have a Ph.D. or be near completion of a Ph.D. in a relevant discipline. Familiarity with observational coding, statistical methods used to study couples (e.g., multilevel modeling, APIM) and experiment generating software (e.g. Media Lab, ePrime) would be advantageous. Start date 15 Aug 2022.)

Rutgers University Postdoc in the race, racism and inequality, health equity, advancing STEM diversity or engaged climate action; Postdoc is meant to lead to a tenure track position at Rutgers on one of the three campuses; Field is completely open but social psychology is eager to see candidates apply [https://academicaffairs.rutgers.edu/postdoctoral-fellows]. Applications due by October 31st.

Spelman College (Postdoctoral Research Associate; [https://spelman.peopleadmin.com/postings/4232]. The Gender, Race, and Cultural Empowerment (GRACE) research lab in the department of psychology is seeking a postdoctoral research scholar to work on projects examining identity development of Black women and the success of STEM education at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Applications will be reviewed immediately, and on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Start date is negotiable.)

Stanford University (Postdoctoral Fellow). The Department of Anthropology at Stanford University seeks a postdoctoral fellow to participate in a Templeton-funded project on spiritual presence and mind that uses both ethnographic and experimental methods, combining anthropology and psychology. Most but not all data are collected. The ideal candidate will have well developed statistical methods skills. Applicants holding PhDs from anthropology, psychology and sociology and related fields are encouraged to apply. Skill in statistical methods and an interest in the questions is more important than prior work in the area. The position is for one year, renewable to two, with a starting salary of $70,000 or commensurate with experience and skill. The start date is flexible but could begin this autumn. Please contact Tanya Luhrmann (ude.drofnats|nnamrhuL#ude.drofnats|nnamrhuL) for further details. We will ask for a letter of interest, a vita, three academic references and a sample of writing including evidence of statistical methodology. Review of applications will begin immediately.

The University of Connecticut School of Medicine POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP for a social, personality, clinical or health psychologist with interests in daily process/experience sampling methods and their applications to alcohol use, chronic pain, stress and coping, or other daily behaviors and experiences. As part of this NIAAA-funded postdoctoral fellowship through UConn School of Medicine’s Alcohol Research Center (ARC), fellows will work with existing and ongoing data sets related to alcohol use and other daily outcomes in a variety of populations. Experience in multi-level modeling (e.g., HLM) or other longitudinal techniques (e.g., latent variable growth modeling) is desirable, but not essential. Fellows must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents and possess a doctoral degree. Salary is determined by NRSA regulations. Reviews start immediately and will continue on a rolling basis. Please send a CV, three recommendation letters, recent publications, and a cover letter describing research interests and career plans to: Howard Tennen: ude.chcu|nennet#ude.chcu|nennet.

University of Georgia (Postdoctoral Research Associate, Open Area); Focus on mentorship, attribution and mindset, interpersonal communication, and graduate life science education (IMPACT study). More information here: https://www.ugajobsearch.com/postings/288019

University of Michigan-Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention (Postdoctoral Research Fellow): Seeking fellows from a wide range of disciplinary backgrounds with a demonstrated commitment in firearm injury prevention for a two-year postdoctoral training program to acquire core skills in research methods through a combination of applied research and training with the support of a mentorship team and cohort of fellows as part of an NIH-funded T32 training grant, Firearm Safety Among Children and Teens (FACTS): Multi-Disciplinary Research Training Program. A full position description, requirements, benefits, and application instructions are available on the Institute’s website here: https://firearminjury.umich.edu/education-training/postdoctoral-fellowships/. Applications reviewed on a rolling basis until filled.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Postdoctoral Associate, Open Area; Focus is on sexual violence prevention among Indigenous youth; job ad; deadline 10/03/22)

University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Postdoctoral Associate, Open Area; Focus is broad prevention of/response to sexual and related forms of violence; job ad; deadline 10/03/22)

University of San Diego (Diversity Postdoctoral Fellow, Open Area; We are particularly interested in someone who has a commitment to advance the perspectives of the Latinx/Chicanx community members through teaching opportunities, research/creative work, and mentoring; [https://jobs.sandiego.edu/cw/en-us/job/496143/diversity-postdoctoral-faculty]; deadline 2/1/23)

University of Southern California The USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work is seeking a Postdoctoral Scholar to join an interdisciplinary research examining the role of neighborhoods in brain development, cognition, and emotion across adolescence; vulnerability to pandemic-related changes; and protective factors; See job ad;

University of Texas at Austin (Postdoctoral Fellow, Open Area (Dept. of HDFS); Focus on couple relationship functioning and relationship interventions; job ad; rolling review, start date between Jan-Sept 2023)

University of Delaware Postdoctoral position in the Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-Up (ABC) Lab, supervised by Dr. Mary Dozier. The primary responsibility for this position will be supervising home visitors who are disseminating the ABC intervention at national and international sites. Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Social Work, or related field. Work can be conducted remotely. Hours would count toward licensure if relevant. More information here: job ad.

Cincinnati Childrens Hospital Postdoctoral fellow in child and adolescent health, wellbeing, and development. More information at [https://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/education/clinical/fellowship/gen-peds/contact].

Children's National Postdoctoral scholar in the areas of child interventions/implementation research, digital mental health, school mental health and/or ADHD. Mentorship is provided by Dr. Melissa Dvorsky. Fellow has protected time for publications and grant writing and opportunities to contribute to the development of technology-enhanced school intervention, among other school and community-based projects. Please email gro.lanoitansnerdlihc|yksrovdm#gro.lanoitansnerdlihc|yksrovdm to apply and inquire. Review begins immediately. See the following link for further details: [https://bit.ly/3eUmX7R].

Oregon Social Learning Center Postdoctoral Fellow focused on Substance Use Recovery Support Services. The fellow will primarily work on a NIDA-funded Initiative (JEAP Initiative, R24DA051950) focused on two populations: (1) emerging adults and (2) adults of any age involved with the justice system. Including individuals with lived experiences (i.e., in recovery from substance use and/or formerly involved with the adult or juvenile justice system) is a high priority for all JEAP Initiative activities. Therefore, we encourage applicants with lived experience and applicants from underrepresented communities to apply for this position. Review of applications begins 11/15/22. More info at: [https://www.jeapinitiative.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/Flyer_OSLC_PostDoc_JEAP.pdf].
The University of Hong Kong is recruiting a Postdoctoral Fellow in psychology to work with scholars across a variety of fields (architecture, behavioral science, computer science, engineering, law) to develop a Spatial Exposure Notification (SEN) platform to track infectious airborne diseases [https://jobs.hku.hk/en/job/516777/postdoctoral-fellow]. The Fellow will design and execute empirical mixed-method studies to identify and modify facilitators and barriers to the adoption of the system among laypeople. Experiences in scale development, online and offline behavioral experiments, judgment and decision-making research, and/or randomized controlled trials are desirable. Inquiries about the duties of the post could be sent to Dr. Christian Chan at kh.ukh|nylnuahs#kh.ukh|nylnuahs.

Yale-NUS College, Mindsets & Motivation Lab (Postdoctoral Fellowship; see full post under "Social & Personality"; review starts 2/5/23 until position is filled).


Quantitative

Arizona State University Postdoctoral Fellowship (asuNIJpostdoc see post under Social/Personality)

University of North Carolina at Greensboro Postdoc position for a scholar whose research interest is in educational measurement (January 2023 - June 2024). https://spartantalent.uncg.edu/postings/24550

Baylor University (see posting to work with Dr. Schnitker under Social & Personality)

Stanford University (Postdoctoral position with PI Tanya Luhrmann) (See posting under Open Area)

Yale University POSTDOC (2 years) for a scholar with expertise in Bayesian modeling to work on a project exploring neurocognitive fingerprints related to adolescent development. https://modlab.yale.edu/sites/default/files/files/PostDocAdFingerprint.pdf


School

Northeastern University Postdoctoral Research Fellow - 1 year position with option for renewal. IES-funded project focused on expanding school-based screening to integrate child, community, and context. The position will be directly supervised by Dr. Amy Briesch; however, the fellow will work with a team of faculty and graduate students at both Northeastern University and the University of Connecticut. Link to apply under Our Team: [https://equitable-school-screening.education.uconn.edu/]


Social & Personality

Arizona State University Presidential Postdoctoral Fellowship in Psychology. We are interested in candidates with training in any area of psychology with interest in conducting socially impactful research on issues of race, racial justice, and/or racial disparities in the legal system, broadly defined. The goal of the Presidential Postdoctoral Fellowship program is to support the career development of outstanding Ph.D. recipients with great potential for advancing the ASU Charter and transition them into a future tenure track appointment at ASU. See http://apply.interfolio.com/122962 (rolling deadline with initial review on 5/19/23).

Arizona State University Postdoctoral Fellowship. We are interested in candidates with training in psychology or related field with interest in working on research funded by the National Science Foundation and National Institute of Justice in collaboration with Arizona courts, to investigate the impact of a ban on peremptory (discretionary) strikes during jury selection on jury diversity, racial bias in trial outcomes, and jury selection practices. See https://apply.interfolio.com/123766 (rolling deadline with initial review on 6/2/23).

San Diego State University The Social-Health and Affective Neuroscience Lab (PI: Tristen Inagaki) is seeking a Postdoc to begin the Summer or Fall of 2023 to assist with a NIDA-funded clinical trial on social connection with close others. Two-year commitment preferred, with the possibility of extension. To indicate interest, please complete this form: [https://bit.ly/postdocinterest]

University of Wisconsin-Madison (Postdoctoral Research Associate with Markus Brauer to begin August 2023; rolling deadline with first review on 3/27/2023. See https://psych.wisc.edu/Brauer/BrauerLab/index.php/post-doctoral-research-associate for more information.

University of Waterloo (Postdoctoral Fellow position with Igor Grossmann and Philip Tetlock; remote work possible [https://tinyurl.com/435zv6y8]; rolling deadline until 5/1/2023).

**UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, ASSOCIATE/POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH POSITION: We have openings for a social or health psychologist with an interest in conducting research on basic processes related to attitudes, persuasion, and motivation, as well as applications to health promotion and science communication. The work involves laboratory and field methods, as well as meta-analysis and analysis of social media information. Exceptional quantitative and writing skills are essential, as is the ability to work collaborative in an interdisciplinary team. The funding is expected to lead to multiple publications a year in areas relevant to the research conducted in the Social Action Lab (http://socialactionlab.wix.com/albarracin). The researchers are also expected to contribute to the writing of applications for Federal funding. Positions may be renewed contingent on funding and satisfactory performance. Applications are being accepted immediately and will be reviewed until the position is filled, at which point the ad will be removed.

If interested, please submit your CV, a research statement and sample papers to Dolores Albarracin at ude.nnepu|ablad#ude.nnepu|ablad

New York University (Postdoctoral position in the Motivation Lab). See posting under Open Area.

Baylor University Postdoc Research Associate - 2 Year position with option for renewal. Dr. Sarah Schnitker at Baylor University invites applications for a postdoctoral research associate position in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience. The post-holder will work at a lab with the following main areas of emphasis: understanding the mechanisms of virtues, virtue and religious development, and religion and virtuous intergroup engagement. The post-holder will hold a leadership position for a major research initiative. This research could range from focused on spiritual/religious, moral, and meta-identity development within the context of higher education to cross-training theologians in psychological methods or to furthering research on the virtue of patience. [https://ejof.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX/job/13694/?utm_medium=jobshare] Review begins immediately.

Brandeis University (see posting under Cognitive)
Columbia Business School (Postdoc Research Scholar; job ad; deadline 1/29/23)

** Harvard Business School/Harvard University** (Postdoc Research Scholar: https://academicpositions.harvard.edu/postings/12218; deadline 3/15/2023).

New York University Abu Dhabi (Postdoc Associate position with PI Andrea Vial; [https://apply.interfolio.com/119726]; deadline 3/15/2023).

New York University Abu Dhabi (Postdoc Associate position with PI either PJ Henry or Jaime Napier; [https://apply.interfolio.com/119543]; deadline 3/15/2023).

New York University NYC (Postdoc Fellow at NYU Stern School of Business, Center for Behavioral Research; [https://apply.interfolio.com/118869]; deadline 1/17/2023).
Northwestern University The full-time postdoc fellow will participate in the coordination of a large-scale community-engaged project with Dr. Mesmin Destin. See more information at this link.

University of North Dakota Postdoc Research Associate. The Social Identity and Behavioral Health Laboratory. Deadline January 31, 2023. Apply here: https://bit.ly/3IDAwp7

University of Virginia (The Rising Scholars Postdoc Fellowship with Drs. Sophie Trawalter and Jazming Brown-Iannuzzi - 2 year post-doc with review at year 1 in race, justice, and equity (RJE); [https://graduate.as.virginia.edu/rising-scholars]; deadline 1/15/2023)

University College Dublin (see listing under Developmental).
University of Connecticut (Assistant Research Professor - 2 year postdoc position in diversity science, teaching 1 course a year; [https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/21218]; deadline 2/1/2023).

Florida State University (Postdoc Fellow to study the impact of spiritual activities on physical and relationship health) (See posting under Open Area)

Indiana University - Bloomington https://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/14270. (This postdoc opportunity is housed at Dr. Amanda Diekman's lab which studies contextual and cultural factors that contribute to disparities in STEM. The position will also work with Reviewer Zero to promote diversity, equity, & inclusion in the peer review process. The position is a balance of empirical research and theory development along with program implementation and evaluation, and so it could be an excellent opportunity for students who want to develop a broad skill set for a range of academic and industry/nonprofit positions. The position adopts a multiple mentor approach, with mentorship from Dr. Diekman, and co-PIs Dr. Mariam Aly at Columbia and Dr. Pablo Gomez at California State San Bernardino, and the Reviewer Zero Organizing Committee: https://www.reviewerzero.net/team).

Princeton University [https://www.princeton.edu/acad-positions/position/29425]

Rutgers University Postdoc in the race, racism and inequality, health equity, advancing STEM diversity or engaged climate action; Postdoc is meant to lead to a tenure track position at Rutgers on one of the three campuses; Field is completely open but social psychology is eager to see candidates apply [https://academicaffairs.rutgers.edu/postdoctoral-fellows]. Applications due by October 31st.

San Francisco State University (see listing under Developmental)

Spelman College (see listing under Open Area).

Stanford University (Postdoc position with PI Tanya Luhrmann) (See posting under Open Area)
University of Central Florida Postdoc position in the Adult Development and Decision Lab (see listing under Cognitive)

University of Chicago (Provost Postdoc Fellow (Instructor); job ad; review begins 10/17/22)

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Postdoc Scholar; [https://psychology.illinois.edu/system/files/2022-09/Postdoc-Research-Associate-Social.docx]; deadline 10/01/22)

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Postdoc position with PI Dr. Maital Neta (See posting under Neuroscience)

University of Texas at Austin (Postdoc Fellow, Open Area (Dept. of HDFS); Focus on couple relationship functioning and relationship interventions (see posting under Open Area)

University of Toronto (Postdoctoral Fellow) (PI: Nick Rule, http:/rule.psych.utoronto.ca/) is seeking applicants for a postdoc fellow position to begin Summer or Fall 2023. Candidates with training or interest in any of social cognition, social perception, face perception, nonverbal behavior, or personality are encouraged to apply. The ideal candidate will have strengths in computer programming and statistics. Experience with neuroimaging or eyetracking also a plus. For further information or to submit application materials, contact Nick Rule at ac.otnorotu|elur.salohcin#ac.otnorotu|elur.salohcin. To apply, please submit a CV, a statement of research interests, and contact information for 2-3 referees by February 28, 2023.

Western University (Epistemic Community and Open Science Practices in Neuroscience; [https://bit.ly/mouseTRAP_epi]). Apply mixed-methods appraoches to engage with neuroscientsts who use an Open Science reporistory (mousebytes.ca). Work with internationally-recognized team, including Philospher of Neuroscience: Jacqueline Sullivan, and Neuroscientists: Lisa Saksida, Tim Bussey, Marco Prado and Vania Prado. Submit application (cover letter, CV, contact info for 2 references) by email (Dr. Nicole Gervais; ac.owu|2iavregn#ac.owu|2iavregn) by May 15th, 2023. —

McMaster University (Postdoc Fellow in the Social Brain, Body & Action Lab (PI - Sukhvinder Obhi). Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral fellowship to work with Professor Sukhvinder Obhi at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada. The appointment is expected to be for two years and the research focus is on self-other processing (broadly defined) in the context of social hierarchies, including a focus on key themes of power and social diversity. Research in the lab employs a combination of cognitive neuroscience and social psychological methods and approaches. The ideal candidate will have a PhD in Social Cognitive Neuroscience (or similar) and have expertise in any, or preferably all, the following: electroencephalography (EEG), transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), experimental design, data processing and statistical analysis, and programming for experiment creation, for example using Python, MATLAB, or similar. In addition, high quality writing and communication skills are critical as is the ability to work independently and as part of a team. Alongside their own research, this position will involve the postdoctoral fellow day to day mentoring activities of more junior students and trainees in the lab. Please email Dr. Obhi at: ac.retsamcm|ihbo#ac.retsamcm|ihbo for more information.

Wake Forest University (Postdoc Fellow in Personality Psychology; job ad; review starts 9/1/22 until position is filled). The Department of Psychology at Wake Forest University invite applications for a three-year post-doctoral research fellowship beginning in December 2022 (or August 2023 under special circumstances). We are seeking a thoughtful, detail-oriented, and intellectually motivated individual to play a central role in implementing and disseminating innovative research on clarifying the personality trait profile of good thinkers and knowers. The position is funded by a research grant from the John Templeton Foundation. The candidate will work primarily with Drs. Eranda Jayawickreme (Psychology & Program for Leadership and Character) and William Fleeson (Psychology).

Yale-NUS College, Mindsets & Motivation Lab (Postdoc Fellowship; review starts 2/5/23 until position is filled). The central project is a longitudinal, multi-methodological study of the factors that lead adults to pursue life-long learning opportunities in Singapore. These questions will be studied through surveys, focus groups, and interviews. The Fellow will contribute to all aspects of the project, such as design, data collection, coding, data analysis, writing manuscripts, and follow-up grant proposals. The Fellow will also be encouraged to join other projects in the lab and to initiate their own collaborative research related to motivation, goals, mindsets, or similar topics. For more information, see https://my.spsp.org/Career-Center/Job-Search/JBctl/ViewJob/JobID/3415

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This section is for jobs that do not fit in any of the fields above.

University of Virginia post doc associate in Environmental Psychology
quasi-experimental research project exploring health & wellbeing outcomes arising from “green” climate mitigation strategies. Apply soon ! August 2023 start. Contact Professor Jenny Roe for more information, email: ude.ainigriv|4brjj#ude.ainigriv|4brjj https://uva.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/UVAJobs/job/Charlottesville-VA/Postdoctoral-Research-Associate_R0045352

University of California, Irvine Silver Stress & Coping Lab: PIs: Roxane Cohen Silver, E. Alison Holman, & Dana Rose Garfin [UCLA]. Candidates are sought to work on an NSF-funded study of cascading collective traumas (e.g., the COVID-19 pandemic, natural disasters, climate change, war in Ukraine) and their aftermath. A Ph.D. in Psychology or a related field (e.g., Public Health, Epidemiology, Sociology) is required. To apply, visit https://recruit.ap.uci.edu/JPF08017
More information about the project can be found here: https://sites.uci.edu/sscl/covid-19/

Columbia Business School (Postdoc Research Scholar; job ad; deadline 1/29/23)
Penn State Prevention and Methodology Training Program: NIH T32-funded postdoc in quantitative methodology and substance use prevention. https://pamt.psu.edu/applicants/

San Diego State University SDSU seeks a postdoc fellow in the Child and Adolescent Services Research Center (CASRC) with Dr. Mary Baker-Ericzen in the field of autism services research. The project is a multi-institutional grant in collaboration with AASPIRE team to develop and test autism patient-reported outcome measures (AUT-PROM) toolbox. (https://careers.sdsu.edu/en-us/job/516085/postdoctoral-research-fellow-administration-rehabilitation-and-postsecondary-education). Position is available NOW. Applications receipt until position filled. Can contact Dr. Mary Baker-Ericzen at ude.usds|nezcirerekabm#ude.usds|nezcirerekabm with questions.

University of Illinois at Chicago Postdoc Research Associate in the Center for Dissemination and Implementation Science. Apply here: https://go.uic.edu/CDISPostDoc
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University of Pennsylvania Postdoc Fellowship in Implementation Research in Suicide Prevention. The Innovation in Suicide Prevention Implementation Research (INSPIRE) Center at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine invites applications for post-doctoral fellowships starting in Summer/Fall 2023. The NIH-funded Penn INSPIRE Center will develop and adapt practice-based and other suicide prevention interventions for marginalized groups, and will design and test implementation strategies to optimize how evidence-based practices are brought to scale efficiently and effectively. This interdisciplinary training program provides an excellent opportunity for social scientists to improve their knowledge of implementation science, health information technology, participatory design, qualitative and quantitative research methods, and how to conduct research that can improve outcomes for our most vulnerable citizens. INSPIRE is especially interested in postdoctoral candidates who bring new perspectives to suicide prevention. Please visit [https://redcap.med.upenn.edu/surveys/?s=RKEDR9AMX7JJX3YD] for more information and to apply.
University of Pennsylvania Postdoct Fellowship at the Quattrone Center for the Fair Administration of Justice at the University of Pennsylvania Carey School of Law. The Quattrone Center is a nonpartisan, national research and policy hub producing and disseminating research designed to prevent errors in the criminal justice system. The Center takes an interdisciplinary, data-driven, “systems approach” to identifying and analyzing the most crucial problems in the justice system, and proposing solutions that improve its fairness for the benefit of society. The fellowship is open to individuals with a background in law as well as those with a background in social science (e.g. sociology, psychology, economics, criminology, etc.) or medicine, with a proven familiarity with criminal justice research. Application deadline is 12/31/22. Please visit [https://www.law.upenn.edu/institutes/quattronecenter/fellows/] for more information and to apply.
University of Utah Postdoc Associate in Place Effects on Health in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Utah. Expertise in areas of social, structural, and/or geographical determinants of health is strongly preferred, as is experience with longitudinal and spatial analysis. Duties of the postdoc include preparation of area-level data, data analysis, and manuscript writing. The position will entail working closely with an interdisciplinary team of investigators from the fields of lifespan development, population health, sociology, geography, and biostatistics. Review of applications will begin on March 1, 2023. Position starts July 1, 2023, but this date is flexible. For inquiries, please contact the primary supervisor Dr. David Curtis at ude.hatu.scf|sitruc.divad#ude.hatu.scf|sitruc.divad. Please visit [https://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/144226] for more information and to apply.

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