[Eeglablist] clinical research post-doctoral position - Yale Child Study Center

Crowley, Michael michael.crowley at yale.edu
Mon Feb 18 13:02:54 PST 2019

Dear Colleagues,

The Anxiety and Mood Disorders Program at the Yale Child Study Center housed at Yale University School of Medicine is accepting applications for a clinical research post-doctoral position. The position is currently open, start date is flexible, and the initial position duration is for at least 2 years. The Anxiety and Mood Disorders Program conducts research relating to the causes, mechanisms, and treatment of anxiety and mood disorders in children.

Primary responsibilities of the post-doctoral fellow include providing attention bias modification treatment for adolescents with social anxiety and collecting, processing, and analyzing EEG/ERP and eye tracking data in an NIMH-funded 2-site study (Yale, Florida International University). Preference will be given to candidates with background in these areas. Experience with MATLAB is also preferred, but not required. The candidate will receive mentoring in leading independent research projects including grant applications and publications. Please contact Dr. Wendy Silverman at Wendy.Silverman at yale.edu<mailto:Wendy.Silverman at yale.edu> and Michael Crowley at Michael.Crowley at yale.edu<mailto:Michael.Crowley at yale.edu> and include a cv and names of references in cover letter.

Michael J. Crowley, Ph.D.
Yale Child Study Center Program for Anxiety Disorders
Director, Research Training Program in
Translational Developmental Neuroscience (T32)
Associate Director, Developmental Electrophysiology Laboratory

Yale University School of Medicine
230 South Frontage Road, NIHB G08
New Haven, CT 06520

Office: (203) 737-4117
Clinic: (203) 785-2540
Email: michael.crowley at yale.edu<mailto:michael.crowley at yale.edu>

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