3, 2012, in order to be considered.
Submit application online at (http://
edu. UC Merced is an Affirmative
Action/Equal Opportunity Employer with a strong commitment to the
achievement of diversity among its
faculty, staff, and students.
LOGY ASSISTANT PROFESSOR:
California State University, Fresno,
Department of Psychology invites
applications for a tenure-track assistant professor position beginning
fall 2013. Candidates must have or
be near completion of a Ph.D. in
psychology or human development
with a strong academic and research
background in developmental psychology; expertise in developmental psychopathology preferred. Opportunities are available to collaborate with established programs in
applied behavior analysis, school
psychology and the department’s
Autism Center. Responsibilities include: teaching undergraduate and
graduate developmental psychology and specialty area courses, developing and maintaining an active
research program that involves both
undergraduate and master’s level
students, and working effectively
with faculty, staff, and students from
diverse ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds. Review of
applications will begin on November 30, 2012. Additional position
information and online application
instructions are available at http://
apptrkr.com/267799. For more information, contact: Dr. Jean Ritter,
search committee chair at jeanr@
csufresno.edu or (559) 278-2691.
California State University, Fresno
is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
RESEARCH TRAINING FELLOW-
SHIPS IN CLINICAL PSYCHIA-
TRY AND PSYCHOLOGY: Stan-
ford University Department of Psy-
chiatry and Behavioral Sciences
anticipates openings for postdoc-
toral fellows to begin July, 2013
and September 2013 of the 2013–
2014 academic year. NIMH-funded
training fellowships are designed
for those who plan to pursue careers
in clinical research with a special-
ization in adult disorders including
mood, anxiety, eating disorders, in-
somnia, or related areas. These are
one- to three-year positions con-
tingent upon funding. Fellows will
participate in research projects
with faculty mentors and are also
expected to develop their own in-
vestigations. Candidates should
have a clearly identified area of in-
terest and demonstrated capabil-
ity in scholarly research. Stipends
for NIMH training fellowships are
approximately $50,000 plus ben-
efits, depending on previous train-
ing. These positions are open to
MD.s and Ph.D.s. Candidates
must .contact faculty in their area
of interest before applying (http://
ments: M.D. applicants must have
completed an approved psychia-
try residency program. Ph.D. ap-
plicants must have completed: 1)
an APA-accredited graduate pro-
gram; 2) an APA-accredited in-
ternship; and 3) all requirements
for their Ph.D. prior to beginning
their appointment. Applicants
must be U.S. citizens. Applica-
tion deadline is January 4, 2013.
To apply, go to http://psychiatry.
stanford.edu/education/ and click
on T32 Research Fellowships. Mi-
norities and those with disabilities
or disadvantaged backgrounds are
strongly encouraged to apply.
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT:
ATP publishes and revises norm-ref-erenced assessments. We are looking to add a position for research and
development, which involves building and revising assessments used
by testing professionals in schools,
and also with older populations.
Anyone from recent graduates on
up is encouraged to apply. It is preferred that applicants have familiarity with diagnostic assessments,
and knowledge of Classical and IRT
psychometric analysis. Also preferred is experience with statistical
concepts, development and analysis
of surveys, cleaning raw data sets,
use of Excel and Systat. Contact:
IN CHILD CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY: Stanford University Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral
Sciences anticipates three openings
for postdoctoral fellows in child clinical psychology for the 2013–2014
academic year. Clinic-funded fellowships are designed for those seeking careers in clinical practice settings. Two openings are projected in
the Child Psychiatry Clinic, which
specializes in treatments of anxiety
and mood disorders, PDD, and eating disorders for children and adolescents. The fellowships will have
major concentrations working with
patients in the anxiety and mood disorder clinics and minor concentrations working with patients in the
PDD and eating disorders clinics.
One opening is projected in the Pediatric Psychology Program, which
specializes in treatment of children
with medical illnesses including
those treated for cancer, solid organ
transplant, bone marrow transplant,
craniofacial anomalies and derma-tologic conditions. Fellows will receive training in assessment, individual, group, and family therapy,
depending upon specific position.
Stipends are $50,000 plus benefits.
Start date is September 1, 2013.
Requirements: All applicants must have
completed: 1) APA- or CPA-accredited graduate programs in clinical or
counseling psychology; 2) APA- or
CPA-accredited internships; and 3)
all requirements for their Ph.D. or
Psy.D. prior to beginning their appointment. Appointments are for
one year, with possible renewal for
a second year. Positions are contin-
gent upon funding. Applications received before December 3, 2012,
will be given priority. However,
applications received before January 4, 2013 will be considered.
Minority candidates are strongly
encouraged to apply. To apply for
detailed application information,
go to: http://psychiatry.stanford.edu/
education/post-doc-fellow/. An application has been submitted to the
APA Commission on Accreditation and is currently under review,
750 First St. NE, Washington, DC
20002-4242, (202) 336-5979.
TWO POSITIONS—PETER BENSON CHAIR OF APPLIED DEVELOPMENTAL SCIENCE AND
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF
APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY: Fuller
School of Psychology invites applications for two faculty positions—
full professor to the Peter L. Benson Chair of Applied Developmental Science and Assistant Professor
of Applied Psychology. For both
positions we are seeking someone
who has demonstrated excellence
in teaching and research in applied
psychology with an area of specialization related to the mission
and purpose of the Thrive Center
for Human Development such as
positive youth development, virtue
and character strengths, and religious and spiritual development.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Candidates
should submit a letter of interest,
curriculum vitae and representative reprints to: Ginger Eppinette,
CLINICAL POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM—VA PALO
ALTO: The VA Palo Alto Health
Care System, is accepting applications for the clinical psychology
postdoctoral fellowship program
for the 2013–2014 training year.
The fellowship includes training in
general advanced clinical competencies, with a choice of seven emphasis areas (geropsychology, behavioral medicine, palliative care,
neuropsychology, psychosocial rehabilitation, PTSD, substance abuse/
Application deadline is January 2, 2013.
See website http://www.paloalto.
Training.asp for program description and application requirements.
Send application materials to:
Bill Faustman, Ph.D., at William.
OPPORTUNITY IN HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH: The Center
for Health Care Evaluation (http://
postdoctoral fellowship positions
for the 2013–2014 academic year.
Research areas with multidisciplinary research programs include
health policy, substance abuse and
psychiatric disorders (PTSD, depression, dual diagnosis), HIV/
HCV, program evaluation, self-help
organizations, performance measures, women’s health, quality of
care, continuity of care, implementation research, disease prevention,
and health information technologies. Fellows will also be affiliated
with Stanford University. A Ph.D.
in a field relevant to health services research, evidence of promise as an independent researcher,
and U.S. citizenship are required.
Applications are due January 7,
2013. Interested applicants should
contact: Ruth Cronkite, Ph.D.,
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY FELLOWSHIP—SIERRA PACIFIC
MIRECC, VA PALO ALTO HEALTH
CARE SYSTEM: The Sierra Pacific Mental Illness, Research,
Education and Clinical Center
(MIRECC) of the VA Palo Alto
Health Care System is accepting
applications for our two-year post-doctoral fellowship in advanced
psychology. The fellowship offers
intensive training in clinical research, education and practice in
two primary areas of emphasis:
traumatic stress disorders (PTSD)
and aging/dementia. This year, applicants with research interest and
experience in either emphasis area
(aging/dementia or traumatic stress
disorders) are encouraged to apply.
Fellows are offered intensive
mentoring to help them develop advanced expertise in clinical
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