THE CHILD AND FAMILY RESEARCH SECTION in the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development investigates dispositional, experiential, and environmental factors that contribute to physical, mental, emotional, and social development in human beings in the first three decades of life.  For more information, visit our website: http://www.cfr.nichd.nih.gov.

Feb 12, 2018
DUTIES: Fellows are expected to contribute actively to a longitudinal research project, including data analysis, co-authoring publications, networking with collaborators, and collaborating in the dissemination of findings. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:   Completed doctorate in developmental science, especially middle childhood and early adolescence, plus strong skills in methodology, measurement, longitudinal design, survey research, and statistical analysis.  Competence in planning and multitasking, and excellent organizational and communication skills, both written and oral are required, as is the ability to work independently and in collaboration.  Salary and benefits are competitive.  Appointments are eligible for renewal up to 5 years.  Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest and proposed goals for the fellowship, Curriculum Vitae, graduate transcripts, representative publications and papers, a summary of research experiences and objectives, and should arrange to have three letters of recommendation sent to:   Dr. Marc H. Bornstein Child and Family Research Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of   Child Health and Human Development 6555 Rock Spring Drive, Suite 220 Bethesda MD 20817 USA EMAIL: Marc_H_Bornstein@nih.gov
NICHD Bethesda, MD, United States Full time