The UCLA Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, a clinical, research, and training Division within the Semel Institute, offers postdoctoral research fellowships positions in our NIMH-funded T32 Training Program in child and adolescent mental health treatment research. Post-doctoral level individuals (Ph.D. or M.D.) with research interests across the broad spectrum of child, adolescent and family interventions research (including translational methods, mechanisms or biomarkers of treatment outcome, clinical trials methodology, treatment dissemination and service utilization) are invited to apply. The program takes advantage of the strengths of the Division and Department’s 20 specified faculty mentors, two NIMH research center grants (autism, cognitive treatments), and a wealth of extramurally funded treatment studies to provide a diversity of training opportunities. The program is designed to provide training for those individuals interested in academic careers in patient-oriented, child mental health studies. Located on the UCLA campus, the program also utilizes the wealth of other training resources available in the broader campus community, including obtaining training through the UCLA K30 Training Program in Translational Research, coursework available throughout the university, and an array of other advisors, laboratories, seminars, and patient populations.
Interested candidates should send:
Hard copy applications should be sent to James McCracken, M.D., UCLA-Semel Insitute for Neuroscience, 760 Westwood Plaza, Rm. 48-270, Los Angeles, CA 90024. The application process for the 2013/2014 is currently closed, but openings will be available for 2014/2015. Application materials are requested by early January for positions available starting in July.
Originally created: 24 Sep 2009 Current author: System Admin
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