Assistant Professor, HDFS, Colorado State University

 This Assistant Professor position within the department of Human Development and Family Studies in the College of Health and Human Sciences is a 9-month, full time, special appointment faculty position (nontenure-track). Responsibilities include 95% effort in teaching and 5% effort in service. This instructor will teach 4-5 undergraduate courses/semester; some courses will be taught in an online format and candidate must be available to teach on campus as needed. Possibility for summer teaching appointment is available as well. 

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Psychologist, Synergy Psych, South Carolina

 Synergy Psych is a group private practice in Greenville, South Carolina seeking a licensed psychologist to join our team. 

Seeking a licensed psychologist with experience working with children, adolescents, and adults. Services provided to include individual counseling, consultation, and assessment. Applicant should be trained in evidence-based practices for assessing and treating concerns such as anxiety, depression, ADHD, trauma, and learning disabilities. 

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Psychologist, RSI, Chapel Hill, NC

Residential Services, Inc. (RSI) is seeking a highly experienced, committed, and versatile psychologist to work closely with our clinical leadership team, direct support professionals, individuals who we support, families, and other professionals.  We are considering part time and full time options.  Compensation to be determined.

The Psychologist is responsible for providing a variety of psychological services to individuals and groups throughout RSI, including assessments, counseling, behavior analysis, behavior and emotional support plan development, and participation in team planning to meet the unique needs of the individuals RSI supports.  The Psychologist provides training, leadership, support, consultation, and coaching to RSI staff on positive behavior and emotional support, teaching social skills, behavior analysis, and monitoring of plans for effectiveness and fidelity of implementation.  The Psychologist models and promotes professional, clinical and ethical values and standards, and upholds RSI’s mission and values while working in partnership with the individuals RSI supports, families, RSI staff, and outside agencies.

Residential Services, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization in operation since 1974 in Chapel Hill, NC that provides living options and related supports to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities of all ages.  We are uniquely located close to several universities, providing valuable opportunities for partnerships and access to exceptional medical and clinical supports to enhance our services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. In addition to working with talented, caring, highly invested people and having access to unique learning opportunities, we offer competitive medical, dental, life and 403(b) benefits. Our office in Chapel Hill is also located just off of I-40 at exit 270 (the Highway 15/501 exit), providing easy access from nearly any direction in the Triangle. 

 For more information about RSI, please visit our website at www.rsi-nc.org.  Interested candidates may contact Sarah Hartsock, Clinical Director at shartsock@rsi-nc.org or 919-942-7391, ext. 102.

Multiple Positions, NYU Child Study Center

Please see below for current job openings in the Autism Spectrum Disorder service at NYU Child Study Center:

http://jobs.nyulangone.org/job/8097993/clinical-psychologist-autism-spectrum-disorder-service-new-york-ny/

The Autism Spectrum Disorder Service at the Child Study Center (CSC) is looking for an energetic, self-motivated and driven clinical psychologist to work at our Manhattan office and satellite office at Lake Success. Proficiency in behavioral and cognitive-behavioral therapy, parent management training, social skills training, and diagnostic evaluation of ASD and related disorders is required.

http://jobs.nyulangone.org/job/8108944/clinical-director-autism-spectrum-disorder-service-new-york-ny/

The Autism Spectrum Disorder Service at the Child Study Center (CSC) is looking for an energetic, self-motivated and driven licensed clinical psychologist, psychiatrist, clinical social worker or other mental health professional to direct the clinical mission of our Autism Spectrum Disorder Service. The Clinical Director is expected to carry a clinical caseload.

Tenure Track Professor, University of Southern Indiana

The University of Southern Indiana is looking for people interested in a tenure-track position, with the ability to teach Abnormal Psychology and Research Methods and Statistics. Evansville is a growing city with a lot of opportunities for community involvement, basic and applied research, and working with undergraduate students. Additionally, we are involved in a project to create a multi-ability, multi-generational, inclusive community (known as the MAGIC Project; more information here: http://www.usi.edu/magic). If anyone has any questions about working at USI, I would be happy to talk to them. 

Apply here: https://usi.peopleadmin.com/postings/6197 

Director of Psychology, Chesapeake, VA

Director of Psychology - Chesapeake, Virginia

Chesapeake is in eastern Virginia, just 18 miles from the Virginia Beach oceanfront, 7 miles from the city of Norfolk, and 45 miles from Elizabeth City, North Carolina, in case you prefer life in a less populated area. 

This position could be a great fit for someone looking to become a department head job, supervising 4 staff members.

Experience working with ID/DD and dually diagnosed populations preferred.

Southeastern Virginia Training Center is seeking a Director of Psychology to provide leadership, oversight, and supervision to the Psychology Department to include comprehensive psychological assessments, behavioral planning and person centered services. The selected incumbent will also provide consultation, leadership, and training, especially as related to behavioral interventions, in support of both staff, individual, and clinical services as needed. Provides direct administrative supervision of Psychologists, Behavioral Specialists and clinical supervision as needed. See job posting links below for further details. 

https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/director-of-psychology-%2300716-at-state-of-virginia-624014009

or

https://jobs.agencies.virginia.gov/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp?postingId=1248039

Autism Spectrum Disorder Postdoctoral Fellowship, Rush Medical Center

Title:  Autism Spectrum Disorder Postdoctoral Fellowship in clinical psychology

Location:  Rush University Medical Center, Autism Assessment Research Treatment & Services (AARTS) Center, Department of Psychiatry, Chicago, IL

A clinical psychology postdoctoral fellowship is available for competitive applicants in the AARTS Center @ Rush.  This fellowship prepares clinical psychologists for careers in specialized clinical care and clinical research with individuals with ASD. The AARTS Center is an interdisciplinary autism clinical-research center with services and programs serving individuals across the lifespan. The fellowship consists of three primary components:  (1) clinical services including diagnostic evaluations, outpatient therapy, group therapy, and school consultation, (2) conduct assessments for / participate in clinical research on behavioral and multi-modal intervention trials and sponsored trials of individuals with ASD, as well as rare genetic neurodevelopmental disorder clinics and (3) didactic, teaching, and supervision responsibilities in psychology and psychiatry training programs. Experience with autism spectrum disorders, research experience, a doctorate in clinical psychology, and completed internship in an APA accredited program are required.  Salaries are competitive with excellent benefits.  Positions are available starting June 30, 2018 and will remain open until filled. 

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Send CV to: to Dr. Allison Wainer (allison_wainer@rush.edu).

Multiple Positions, Autism Initiative, University of Virginia

Please see attached descriptions for several positions that are part of an exciting new autism initiative at the University of Virginia.  Current openings include two faculty positions (one at the Assistant/Associate level, one at the Assistant level) as well as several postdoctoral positions focused on autism (in psychology, special education, and applied behavior analysis). 

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Assistant or Associate Professor

Assistant Professor

Postdoc in Autism

Postdoc in Special Education

Post-Doc, NIMH/NIH

Post-Doctoral Fellow
Developmental Neurogenomics Unit
National Institute of Mental Health
National Institutes of Health
Department of Health and Human Services
Bethesda, MD

The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), a major research component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), is seeking exceptional candidates for a Post-Doctoral Fellow position in the Intramural Research Programs (IRP), Developmental Neurogenomics Unit (DNU), headed by Dr. Armin Raznahan.

The DNU is dedicated to better understanding the biology of neurodevelopmental disorders in ways that might ultimately help to improve disease prediction, detection and treatment.  Clinical research within the DNU involves “deep phenotypic” studies of patients carrying known genetic variants that increase risk for neuropsychiatric difficulties – with a current focus on sex chromosome aneuploidy syndromes. The DNU gathers rich multidimensional measures of behavior, cognition, brain structure and function, as well as tissue samples for genomic analysis. These data are integrated to identify pathways of risk that link genetic variations to alterations of brain and behavioral development. All clinical studies are embedded within a large longitudinal study of brain and behavioral development in health encompassing behavioral and structural neuroimaging data from over 1,500 assessment time points.

A Post-Doctoral Fellow position is available within the DNU for a highly-motivated individual interested in gathering and analyzing measures of autistic symptomatology, general cognitive ability and neuropsychological function in youth with genetic disorders of brain development. This position offers great flexibility in analysis of rich and untapped behavioral/cognitive datasets, plus special opportunities for training in the integration of such data with neuroimaging-derived measures of brain organization in patients and controls. The post will involve an approximately 50/50 split between gathering data through patient assessments, and the analysis/write-up of data for publication. The DNU provides an ideal setting for cross-disciplinary training and special attention is placed on supporting the personal development of team members through collaboration and mentorship. Mentorship and supervision will be provided by Dr. Raznahan, and further clinical training and didactics will be provided from senior developmental neuropsychology colleagues within the NIMH IRP.

An ideal candidate will have experiences that align with four core components of the post: (1) Helping to shape the behavioral/neuropsychological battery for use in youth with neurogenetic disorders (2) Performing valid and reliable diagnostic assessments for Autism Spectrum Disorder as well as cognitive and neuropsychological assessment for the clinical research setting, (3) Providing written and verbal feedback to families, and (4) Analyzing and publishing data on cognitive/behavioral variation in patients with genetically-defined disorder of brain development.

Highly motivated individuals with a record of productive research in the aforementioned domains are encouraged to apply.

Applicants should have a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology [or equivalent based on combinations of Bachelor’s/Master’s degree with 5/3 years specialized experience (respectively)]. The ability to complete research-reliable ADI-R and ADOS (Autism Diagnostic Interview and Observation Schedule respectively) assessments is also highly desirable. The DNU seeks candidates who combine these clinical qualifications with a demonstrable interest in studying inter-relationships between different dimensions of cognition/behavior, and how these dimensions relate to in vivo measures of brain organization.

Salary will be commensurate with education and experience. Applicants are invited to submit a curriculum vitae including publication list, a one-page summary of research interests, and names and contact details of three referees to Dr. Armin Raznahan by email at raznahana@mail.nih.gov.

The National Institutes of Health is an equal opportunity employer. 

Multiple positions, Nemours/A.I. duPont Hospital, Willington DE

We are pleased to announce the following two positions at Nemours/A.I. duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, DE:

Nemours/A. I. duPont Hospital for Children

Pediatric Psychologist Positions

We are excited to continue our expansion of pediatric psychology specialty care services at Nemours/A.I. duPont Hospital for Children and are seeking two psychologists to complement our current team. Both psychologists will participate in the department’s clinical, academic, and educational activities.

Candidates must possess a doctoral degree in psychology with focused training in pediatric psychology or clinical child psychology from an APA-approved clinical psychology program, an Internship from an APA-approved site, and at least one year of post-doctoral experience in a medical setting.  Candidates should be licensed or license-eligible in Delaware.

Spanish-Speaking Generalist

Nemours is dedicated to providing services to a diverse population, many of whom in the greater Wilmington area and downstate are Spanish-speaking.  We are seeking a Spanish-speaking pediatric psychologist who has experience working with a wide array of patient populations in a medical setting including endocrinology, gastroenterology, hematology/oncology, neurology, and cardiology, to name but a few.  While it would be desirable for the candidate to develop an area of focused expertise, we are seeking an individual who can work with Spanish-speaking families across illness populations.  Similar to other positions posted, the psychologist will work with interdisciplinary teams in medical clinics and provide inpatient consultation-liaison services, outpatient psychological services, and psychological assessment.

In addition to meeting the needs of patients and families, the psychologist will work with hospital-wide initiatives to improve care for and reduce health disparities in the Spanish-speaking community.  Moreover, the psychologist will further the development of cultural competence within the division and provide staff and student trainings, develop trainees who are Spanish-speaking, and provide supervision for Master’s-level and doctoral level trainees.

Neurodevelopmental and Genetic Conditions

Nemours is seeking to expand the services we provide to children with neurodevelopmental and genetic conditions.  We are seeking a psychologist with experience working with this population of children, specifically with regard to behavioral treatment and testing/assessment.  The strong candidate will have solid experience with standardized assessment measures as well as assessing children who may not be amenable to standardized methods of testing (e.g., visual and motor impairments, nonverbal).  The position will involve working with children with specific or global delays, neuromuscular diseases and complex challenges.  The psychologist will work with other psychologists with similar interests, other disciplines in multidisciplinary clinic settings, and will provide consultation for inpatients where their expertise is needed.  In addition, the psychologist will conduct diagnostic evaluations in an early childhood developmental clinic.

Nemours/A. I. duPont Hospital for Children

Nemours (www.nemours.org) is an open and welcoming place to work, and values diversity in all its forms. Additionally, Nemours aspires to have its workforce and providers reflect the rich diversity of the communities we serve. Candidates of diverse backgrounds, Spanish-speaking applicants, and those committed to working with diverse populations and conversant in multicultural issues are strongly encouraged to apply.

A.I duPont Hospital for Children is a state-of-the-art facility and is located in a suburban setting, one half hour from Philadelphia.  Academic appointment through Sidney Kimmel Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University is strongly encouraged and supported.

Questions about the positions should be directed to Dr. Anthony Alioto, Clinical Director of Integrated Pediatric Psychology Specialty Care at Anthony.Alioto@Nemours.org

APPLICATION:  Please send a letter of interest and CV to WLMBH-DMRecruitment@Nemours.org and please state the position name in the subject line.  Applications currently are being reviewed and will be accepted until the positions are filled. 

Director of Assessment, Synergy Psych, South Carolina

 Position Title: Director of Assessment

Practice Summary

Synergy Psych is a rapidly growing group private practice in Greenville, South Carolina seeking licensed psychologist to join our team as the Director of Assessment. Established for 12 years, our practice provides a wide breadth of services to children, adolescents, and adults. Services include counseling, group counseling, and assessment. In addition, our other company division, Synergy Performance (www.synergyperformancesc.com), offers sport/performance psychology, executive coaching, and organizational development services. We have strong referral relationships throughout the Upstate of South Carolina and consult on a national level with notable companies and athletic departments. This position is an excellent opportunity for a motivated individual to lead our assessment team with autonomy and support. 

Position Summary

Seeking a licensed psychologist experienced working with patient population including children and adolescents. Services provided to include assessment, consultation, and individual counseling (small case load, if desired). 

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Postdoctoral Fellowship, Massachusetts General Hospital

Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Assessment and Treatment of ASD and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities

 The Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Lurie Center seeks up to two full-time, one-year postdoctoral fellowship candidates in neuropsychological assessment and treatment of children, adolescents, and adults with autism spectrum disorder and other neurodevelopmental disabilities.  The fellowship is a joint position through the MGH Lurie Center for Autism and Aspire programs in Lexington, Massachusetts. Postdoctoral fellows hold clinical fellow appointments at the Massachusetts General Hospital for Children – Lurie Center and Harvard Medical School. The Lurie Center is a multidisciplinary program designed to evaluate and treat children, adolescents, and adults—providing expertise in neurology, developmental pediatrics, gastroenterology, psychiatry, psychology, psychopharmacology, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech language pathology. MGH Aspire helps children, teens, and adults with high cognitive autism spectrum disorder or a related social profile make social connections and develop independence.  Interventions include intensive camp programs, social groups, internship programs and consultation and training.  Postdoctoral fellows will work closely with a multidisciplinary team to complete diagnostic and neuropsychological assessments, under the supervision of a licensed clinical psychologist. They will also have the opportunity to provide social skills programming, outpatient therapy, school consultation and consultation to patients and their families.  All postdoctoral fellows will participate in a variety of training and supervision experiences including: weekly supervision, seminars, rounds, and other didactic experiences available at the Lurie Center and MGH. Opportunities for research and school consultation are also available.

Strong neuropsychological testing experience and prior training in the assessment of individuals with autism spectrum disorder (including the ADOS) are preferred. Fellowship start date is scheduled for September 1, 2018 (may be negotiable). Applicants must have a PhD/PsyD in Clinical Psychology.  Application requires submission of a curriculum vitae, three recommendation letters, two sample assessment reports, and one therapeutic treatment plan.

Please address correspondence to Dr. Lisa Nowinski at the Lurie Center 1 Maguire Road, Lexington, MA 02421, or e-mail us with questions at LurieCenter@partners.org. We are now accepting applications for our 2018-19 fellowship with interviews beginning in late January 2018.

Postdoctoral Fellowship, Ohio State Nisonger Center-UCEDD

PSYCHOLOGY POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP

Intellectual Disability/Autism Spectrum Disorder

The Ohio State University Nisonger Center – UCEDD offers interdisciplinary clinical and research postdoctoral training in Intellectual Disability (ID) and Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). The Nisonger Center offers flexible and individualized interdisciplinary clinical and research training in the areas of ID/ASD. Areas of emphasis can include diagnostics, transition programs, health promotion, applied behavior analysis, dual diagnosis, adult social programs, school consultation, and scale development. Positions also typically include clinical experience in diagnostic clinics, supervised by a licensed clinical psychologist. The postdoctoral fellowship is 12 months beginning September 1, 2018, with an optional second year pending funding. Postdoctoral fellow annual salary will follow guidelines set in the NIH Guide Notice (NOT-OD-10-047) and will receive OSU benefits as a “postdoctoral researcher.”

The Nisonger Center was founded in 1966 as an interdisciplinary program of The Ohio State University. The Nisonger Center is a federally funded University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities and part of the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. We have an interdisciplinary faculty that includes approximately 110 faculty and staff from more than 15 disciplines including psychology, psychiatry, pediatrics, dentistry, special education, social work, speech and language pathology, early childhood education, nursing, occupational therapy, physical therapy, applied behavior analysis, public health, audiology, and parent advocacy. Our commitment is to excellence in teaching, services, and research.

Requirements:

·       Completed doctoral degree in psychology or a related discipline

·       Demonstrated interest/experience in Intellectual Disability or Autism Spectrum Disorders

Visit our website for more information: http://nisonger.osu.edu 

Send CV, three letters of reference and a cover letter summarizing your experience and goals to: Marc J. Tassé, PhD, Director – Nisonger Center, The Ohio State University, 1581 Dodd Dr. Columbus, OH 43210 or email: marc.tasse@osumc.edu

Deadline for applications is January 15th, 2018.

Hilibrand Postdoctoral Autism Fellowship, Yale Autism Program

The Hilibrand Postdoctoral Autism Fellowship in Adolescence and Adulthood

The Yale Autism Program is accepting applications for the Hilibrand Postdoctoral Fellowship. The fellowship is designed to facilitate the development of the next generation of field-leading researchers investigating adolescence and adulthood in individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The program accepts one scholar a year for a two-year fellowship at the Yale Child Study Center. We are seeking highly motivated candidates from diverse backgrounds who are interested in pursuing research (and clinical, when relevant) activities focused on adolescents and adults on the autism spectrum.

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Clinical Postdoctoral Associate, Yale Child Study Center

Postdoctoral Associate in Child Psychopathology: Yale Autism Infant and Toddler Program

Sponsor Institution: Yale Child Study Center, Yale University School of Medicine
Program Director: Katarzyna Chawarska
Additional Faculty: Kelly Powell, Scuddy Fontenelle, Suzanne Macari, Quan Wang
Salary: $47,484 per year; commensurate with NIH postdoctoral levels of experience (plus full healthcare coverage and benefits)
Term of Position: 2 years
Start Date:  July 1, 2018
U.S. Citizenship: Not Required

 Description: We are seeking a Postdoctoral Associate in clinical psychology. Candidates are expected to have completed an APA-accredited program with eligibility to obtain Connecticut psychology licensure.  The Associate will join an interdisciplinary research team consisting of clinical and developmental psychologists, experts in neuroimaging, computer science, neurodevelopment, and statistics as part of the Yale Autism Center of Excellence (ACE) Program Project Grant activities at the Yale Child Study Center (YCSC).   The Yale ACE Research Program is a five-year study, funded by the National Institute of Mental Health and the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, which aims to pinpoint early indicators of autism spectrum disorder in during prenatal and early post-natal development. The YCSC is a leading institution for clinical diagnostic services and multidisciplinary research on ASD involving behavioral neuroscience, physiology, neuroimaging, molecular genetics, and treatment.  

The Associate will go through a 2-year clinical training program, working under the supervision of licensed psychologists team including Drs. Powell, Fontenelle, and Chawarska. The Associate will be responsible for administering standardized assessment measures to children and their parents, will gain experience in eye-tracking, fetal and neonatal imaging, as well as in manuscript preparation and grant writing.  Additional training opportunities will include participation in a weekly seminar on issues related to diagnosis and treatment of ASD, weekly Departmental Grand Rounds, as well as other extensive didactic experiences available at the Yale Child Study Center, Yale Center for Clinical Investigation, Yale School of Medicine, and Yale University.  Candidates with previous experience with young children with autism or other developmental disorders and research track record are strongly encouraged to apply. 

Application Information: For more specific questions, please contact yescog@yale.edu or Katarzyna.Chawarska@yale.edu.  Information about the Yale Early Social Cognition Lab can be found here:  http://www.childstudycenter.yale.edu/yescog/.

Submitting Your Application: A complete application includes 1 copy of each of the following items:

1) Curriculum Vitae
2) A 2-page personal statement containing biographic material, relevant experience, and career goals
3) Two letters of recommendation which speak directly to the candidate's clinical and research potential.

Electronic applications (with scanned documents and separate letters of recommendation emailed directly from referees) are preferred and can be sent directly to yescog@yale.edu.  Mailed applications may be submitted to:

Katarzyna Chawarska, Ph.D.
Yale School of Medicine, Child Study Center
40 Temple Street, Suite 7-D
New Haven, CT 06510

Submission Deadline:  February 1st, 2018

Eligibility Requirements: To be eligible for a postdoctoral appointment, candidates must hold a Ph.D. or equivalent from a program in clinical psychology.  When a candidate has completed all the requirements for a degree, but the degree has not yet been formally conferred, the candidate may present evidence of completion of the degree, together with a statement of the date on which the degree is to be conferred. Yale University School of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and welcomes applications from women and minority candidates.

Research Postdoctoral Associate, Yale Child Study Center

Postdoctoral Associate in Child Psychopathology: Yale Autism Infant and Toddler Program

Sponsor Institution: Child Study Center, Yale School of Medicine
Program Director: Katarzyna Chawarska
Additional Faculty: Suzanne Macari, Quan Wang, Laura Ment, Todd Constable, Dustin Scheinost, Joseph Chang
Salary: $47,484 per year; commensurate with NIH postdoctoral levels of experience (plus full healthcare coverage and benefits)
Term of Position: 2 years
Start Date: July 1, 2018
U.S. Citizenship: Not Required

Description: We are seeking a Postdoctoral Associate in developmental, clinical, or social psychology/neuroscience to be involved in prospective studies of infants at risk for Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) as part of the Yale Autism Center of Excellence (ACE) Research Program.  The Yale ACE Research Program is a five-year study funded by the National Institute of Mental Health and the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, which aims to pinpoint early indicators of ASD during prenatal and early postnatal periods. This effort brings together researchers from Departments of Child Study Center, Radiology, Pediatrics, and Statistics.

The two-year research training program will focus on behavioral, attentional, and neuroimaging studies of early development.  Strong methodological background and publication/presentation record is required. Prior experience in autism research and/or work with pregnant mothers and infants although not required, will be highly valued.  The Associate will assist with neuroimaging studies, administer neurobehavioral assessment measures, participate in the design, implementation, and analysis of new experimental procedures, and will gain experience in manuscript preparation and grant writing.  The Yale Child Study Center is a leading institution for clinical diagnostic services and research on ASD, with a multidisciplinary approach to autism research spanning projects in behavioral neuroscience, neuroimaging, molecular genetics, and treatment. Training opportunities will include participation in a weekly seminar on issues related to diagnosis and treatment of ASD, weekly Grand Rounds, as well as other extensive didactic experiences available at the Yale Child Study Center, Magnetic Resonance Research Center, Yale Center for Clinical Investigation, Yale School of Medicine, and Yale University. 

Application Information: For more specific questions, interested applicants should contact yescog@yale.edu. Information about the Yale Early Social Cognition Lab can be found here:

http://www.childstudycenter.yale.edu/yescog/

Submitting Your Application: A complete application includes 1 copy of each of the following items:

1) Curriculum Vitae
2) A 2-page personal statement containing biographic material, relevant experience, and career goals
3) Two letters of recommendation which speak directly to the candidate's clinical and research potential.

Electronic applications (with scanned documents and separate letters of recommendation emailed directly from referees) are preferred and can be sent directly to yescog@yale.edu.  Mailed applications may be submitted to:

Katarzyna Chawarska, Ph.D.
Yale School of Medicine, Child Study Center
40 Temple Street, Suite 7-D
New Haven, CT 06510
Submission Deadline:  January 15th, 2018

 Eligibility Requirements: To be eligible for a postdoctoral appointment, candidates must hold a Ph.D. or equivalent from a program in clinical, developmental, or cognitive psychology.  When a candidate has completed all of the requirements for a degree, but the degree has not yet been formally conferred, the candidate may present evidence of completion of the degree, together with a statement of the date on which the degree is to be conferred. Yale University School of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and welcomes applications from women and minority candidates.