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The University of Michigan Addiction Center, a multidisciplinary program is seeking PhD and MD applicants for its National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)-funded T32 alcohol and substance abuse postdoctoral research training program.
The Psychology Department at the University of North Dakota seeks a Postdoctoral Research Associate to join the UND Sexual Violence Prevention Laboratory directed by RaeAnn E. Anderson as part of a new initiative to “Expanding the science of sexual violence to include marginalized and under-served communities in North Dakota”. The SVP Lab focuses on producing innovative, problem-focused research to prevent sexual violence, including research on both victimization and perpetration. We primarily study psychological and behavioral mechanisms relevant to understanding sexual violence in teens and young adults. The goal of this position is to continue expanding the work of the lab to include marginalized populations. The initial appointment is for one year and is renewable for a second year, pending annual review of performance and continued availability of funding. The appointment will be full-time and benefited with funds available for conference travel/professional development, and a flexible start date of no later than July 1, 2021.
The ISTR PhD Seminar is open to all enrolled doctoral students doing research in the field of third sector and civil society, across the different regions in the world, and at all stages of their doctoral research.
The aim of the workshop is to provide doctoral students with the opportunity to engage with senior scholars and peers in extensive intellectual and methodological discussion on their doctoral research, to discuss the main theories and developments in the field, to reflect upon publication and career strategies, and to provide a unique opportunity to network within the international ISTR research community and civil society in general. While rigorous and serious, the PhD Seminar is also a supportive and affirming - and dare we say fun – experience for many who enjoy interacting with other students and faculty in the field and hearing the different perspectives they have to offer.
The Stanford University School of Medicine Center for Behavioral Health Services and Implementation Research (CBHSIR) invites applicants for a postdoctoral fellowship in mental health and addiction treatment dissemination & implementation (D&I) research. Applications are being accepted now for a Winter/Spring 2021 start.
The University of California President’s Postdoctoral Fellowship Program was established in 1984 to encourage outstanding women and minority Ph.D. recipients to pursue academic careers at the University of California. The current program oﬀers postdoctoral research fellowships and faculty mentoring to outstanding scholars in all fields whose research, teaching, and service will contribute to the diversity and equal opportunity at the University of California.
The National Institute for Transportation and Communities will be offering 2 fellowship opportunities to undergraduate and graduate students interested in transportation-related topics.
1. Dissertation fellowship (http://nitc.trec.pdx.edu/funding/dissertation-fellowships) for Ph.D. students that have advanced to candidacy. The dissertation fellowship will be offered again in the Spring (mid-February) and Summer (late May) for those that have advanced to candidacy by those dates.
2. UTA-based fellowships will range in value from $1,000-$2,000 for undergraduates, $1,500 - $3,000 for masters students, and $2,000 - $4,000 for Ph.D. students. Half of the funds will be awarded upon receipt of the fellowship, and the other half will be awarded upon completing the transportation related product.
The Center for Interventions to Enhance Community Health (CiTECH), in conjunction with the School of Social Work and the Department of Psychiatry, at the University of Pittsburgh is pleased to announce a postdoctoral fellowship in Social Work and Gerontology commencing in the Fall of 2021. This two-year postdoctoral training program provides mentorship and support for fellows to develop their research agendas on mental health and/or substance misuse interventions for older adults in community-based settings.
The Ohio State University (OSU) College of Social Work invites applications for two postdoctoral fellow positions with an emphasis on geospatial analysis for public health in the areas of addiction or child welfare research. The postdoctoral fellow will join a research team led by Dr. Bridget Freisthler in evaluating the efficacy of a number of different interventions designed to reduce opioid overdose deaths and increase permanency outcomes for substance-affected families in the child welfare system. Further, this position will work on areas related to racial equity in use of interventions for substance-affected families and adults. There will be considerable opportunities for the postdoctoral scholar to participate in intervention development and implementation, project coordination, recruitment, data collection and analysis, manuscript preparation, and grant writing. The position will entail some supervision and collaboration with graduate students, research assistants, and undergraduate students in the lab. Functioning somewhat independently, the Postdoctoral Researcher will design, organize and conduct highly specialized and advanced analyses using established scientific protocols and procedures and in some cases designing new protocols; summarize findings and publish results in research journals. The postdoctoral fellowship is for an 18-month period, beginning in January 2021.
Penn State University’s Child Maltreatment Solutions Network (solutionsnetwork.psu.edu) is now accepting applications for our 2-year NICHD-funded T32 (solutionsnetwork.psu.edu/t32-grant) post-doctoral fellowship in child maltreatment science. The training will allow fellows to specialize in several training tracks including a) Biology and Health, b) Developmental Processes, c) Prevention and Treatment, and d) Policy and Administrative Data Systems. This training is one of the few opportunities for new scholars to develop expertise across the wide spectrum of child maltreatment science.