Jan 16, 2020
The Northwestern University Adolescent Development and Preventive Treatment (ADAPT) program is seeking applications for a postdoctoral fellow. We are looking for someone with research interests in psychosis risk syndromes. Prior psychosis research and assessment experience is welcomed but not required- roots in rigorous psychopathology research training are the priority. Currently we are running a number of protocols with typically developing, prodromal syndrome and early psychosis populations focusing on biomarker, treatment, and scale development. See our website for more details about ongoing studies: http://www.adaptprogram.com . The successful applicant will join Vijay Mittal and an active research team and will be responsible for designing experiments, analyzing and processing data, and publishing findings. There will also be ample opportunities for: Training: ADAPT has a number of in-depth training opportunities, covering a range of methodological and quantitative methods) Collaborations: We hold active collaborations with a number of leaders in psychosis as well as in allied fields. Independent research: postdoctoral fellow are actively involved in learning to write and lead own grants and projects. Career development: fellows regularly attend conferences, and receive active training in peer review, mentorship, teaching, presentations and job-talks.. This is an ideal position for someone interested in preparing for a tenure-track job. Applicants should send a C.V., brief letter describing interests and prior experience and two publications (that best reflect contributions of the candidate). Salary is based on the NIMH Post-doctoral scale, and funding is available for up to two-years (appointments are for one year, but renewable for two years, based on progress/merit). There is a flexible start date (from March 2020- July/August 2020) and review of applications will begin immediately! For questions or to submit an application, please contact Vijay Mittal ( firstname.lastname@example.org ).
Northwestern University's ADAPT Program Evanston, IL, USA Full time