Drs. Chris Schatschneider and Sara Hart, at the Department of Psychology and the Florida Center for Reading Research at the Florida State University, are recruiting a postdoctoral researcher to work with them on a NIH-funded project, called “LDbase”.
This postdoctoral position on the LDbase project is an opportunity to help create a repository of datasets related to academic achievement available to all researchers. One role on this project is to create a series of pooled datasets through the use of measurement invariance modeling using R and to make this code available to anyone who wants it. Another role is to publish manuscripts from these datasets. Another role will be to help create data management and data analysis resources for the broader academic community (e.g., data entry best practice guide, data analysis workshop slides). So if you’re looking for a job where you’ll get a lot of experience in measurement modeling, publishing manuscripts, as well as supporting educational and developmental science researchers in data sharing – then this job is for you!
We are hoping to recruit an individual is comfortable with advanced statistical procedures such as measurement modeling. Experience with data created by educational/learning disabilities researchers is a plus. Start date is tentatively set for August 9, 2021, but we are open to an early start date. Salary is set at the NIH-levels and benefits are set by our university, but we are able to add further support with generous travel and training opportunities, and a collegial and jovial work environment.
You can apply for this job by going to www.hr.fsu.edu, clicking on “job opportunities”, and searching for job id “48641”. Applicants will be asked to provide their CV, letter of interest, and names and contact information for three individuals for whom letters of recommendation could be solicited (with names and contact info to be submitted as directed in the Letters of Reference Section). We will be taking applications until the position is filled, so apply quickly! Questions can be emailed or tweeted to Chris (firstname.lastname@example.org, @schotz) or Sara (email@example.com, @saraannhart).
Two postdoctoral positions are available within the Translational Research on Affective Disorders and Suicide Laboratory at Columbia University (auerbachlab.com). Fellows will be co-mentored by Dr. Randy P. Auerbach and Dr. David Pagliaccio. The postdoctoral fellows will support NIH/NIMH and foundation-funded projects that aim to identify neural (structural and functional MRI) and real-time (e.g., experience sampling, passive sensor) markers of depression and suicide in adolescents. Postdoctoral fellows will have opportunities to pursue independent research, grants (e.g., K-awards), and interdisciplinary collaborations across Columbia University.
Applicants should have a PhD or MD with a strong track record in clinical, affective, and translational neuroscience. Applicants should be comfortable with processing and analysis of multi-modal neuroimaging data. Review of applications will begin immediately, and questions about the position can be sent directly to Dr. Auerbach (firstname.lastname@example.org). Applicants should submit a single pdf, including: (a) cover letter, (b) curriculum vitae, (c) 3 representative publications, and (d) list of 3 referees (including contact information). Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until a candidate is selected. There is a preference for a summer 2021 start date, but this is negotiable.
The Cognitive Science Colloquium Series is proud to present Dr. Lewis Gordon, Ph.D.
Department Head of Philosophy at UConn
Friday, April 2nd, 4pm, virtually on Zoom
REGISTER HERE (required)
Talk Title: “The Colonization and Decolonization of Disciplines, Especially in the Human Sciences”
Bio: Lewis R. Gordon is Professor and Head of the Department of Philosophy at UCONN-Storrs; Honorary President of the Global Center for Advanced Studies; Visiting Professor at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa; and Honorary Professor in the Unit for the Humanities at Rhodes University, South Africa. He previously taught at Brown University, where he founded the Department of Africana Studies, and Temple University, where was the Laura H. Carnell Professor of Philosophy and founder of the Center for Afro-Jewish Studies and the Institute for the Study of Race and Social Thought. He co-edits with Jane Anna Gordon the journal Philosophy and Global Affairs, the Rowman & Littlefield book series Global Critical Caribbean Thought, and, with Rozena Maart, Epifania Amoo-Adare, and Sayan Dey, the Routledge-India book series Academics, Politics and Society in the Post-Covid World. He is the author of many books, including Freedom, Justice, and Decolonization (Routledge, 2021) and the forthcoming 论哲学、去殖民化与种族 (“On Philosophy, Decolonization, and Race”), trans. Li Beilei (Wuhan, China: Wuhan University Press, fall 2021) and Fear of Black Consciousness (Farrar, Straus and Giroux in the USA and Penguin Book in the UK; German translation, Ullstein Verlag in Germany; Portuguese translation, Todavia in Brazil, forthcoming 2022).
Research Postdoctoral fellowship at the ASD & Developmental Science Lab
(PI: Kim), Center for Autism and the Developing Brain (CADB)
at Weill Cornell Medicine
Weill Cornell Medicine is seeking candidates for a two-year postdoctoral research fellowship beginning July, 2021 and based at the Center for Autism and the Developing Brain (CADB). CADB is a state-of-the art clinical and research program and a collaborative program of NewYork-Presbyterian, Weill Cornell Medicine, and Columbia Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons and in partnership with NEXT for Autism. CADB is located on the campus of New York-Presbyterian Westchester Behavioral Health Center in White Plains, New York. The Center provides comprehensive assessment and clinical services for hundreds of patients annually.
The Research Postdoctoral Fellow will work under the supervision and mentorship of Dr. So Hyun “Sophy” Kim, to support projects funded by NIH and Simons Foundation examining early behavioral features and trajectories of with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and a study examining executive function and school readiness in children with ASD at CADB’s ASD & Developmental Science Lab (PI: Kim). Responsibilities will include data collection (e.g., conducting developmental and diagnostic assessments for children with ASD, delivering evidence-based interventions), preparation of manuscripts and grant applications, and training research assistants. The Fellow will also have opportunities for clinical training to get licensed under the supervision of licensed clinicians.
The ideal candidate will be interested in pursuing an academic career as a clinical researcher or a clinician in an academic medicine setting. To support career development in research, the Fellow will also receive protected research time and grant-writing mentorship. The Fellow will be encouraged to accrue clinical hours for their New York State Psychology license by delivering interventions (e.g., naturalistic developmental behavioral interventions in preschool classroom setting) and/or diagnostic and developmental assessments.
Applicants should have earned a Ph.D. in clinical psychology or other related disciplines (e.g., developmental psychology). Applicants who are completing the APA accredited internship and are eligible for a New York State limited permit or license are preferred.
The stipend is competitive with health benefits and vacation. Position will start sometime in July-September, 2021. Interested applicants should email a CV and statement of interest to Dr. Sophy Kim at email@example.com. Application deadline: April 2nd, 2021.
The Food For Thought Lab is hiring a post-doctoral fellow with interests in early literacy development in Latino communities and human-computer interaction to join Drs. Diana Leyva and Erin Walker’s new research project this fall 2021. This position is at the Learning Research and Development Center (LRDC) at the University of Pittsburgh, a multi-disciplinary center for research to advance the science of learning by bringing together leading researchers in the cognitive, social, and educational sciences. The project investigates the potential efficacy of a new program that integrates literacy-supporting strategies within an intelligent reading comprehension app to help Latino parents foster their preschoolers’ literacy and language skills. The post-doc will be expected to interact fluently and culturally appropriately with the low-income, Spanish-speaking, Latino families that will participate in this research. To view the details of job description and to apply for the position, please visit: https://cfopitt.taleo.net/careersection/pitt_faculty_external_pd/jobdetail.ftl?job=21001543&tz=GMT-04%3A00&tzname=America%2FNew_York
The Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities (CIDD) is currently recruiting for (3) new T32 postdoctoral fellows for 2021. See attached information.
Applications are currently being accepted. The application deadline has been extended to April 16, 2021 or until the positions are filled.
For more information, see the attached advertisement or webpage: http://www.cidd.unc.edu/Education/default.aspx?id=19
The UW Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences ( UW I-LABS) has an opening for a postdoctoral scholar to work on a project concerning how motor experience/mobility, cognition, and communication interact in child development. We are seeking a person from the fields of developmental psychology, speech and hearing sciences, or neuroscience. Applications from under-represented groups are encouraged. Please see the detailed job description here.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.
Erica (Riki) Stevens
Institute For Learning & Brain Sciences (I-LABS)
Portage Bay Bldg. | Box 357988
Seattle, WA 98195
Tel: (206) 543-5851
POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCHER, UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
Susan Levine is seeking a postdoctoral researcher to work at the University of Chicago Department of Psychology (Cognitive Development Lab: https://cogdevlab.uchicago.edu/). The position involves work that sits at the interface of developmental and educational science. Specifically, it involves research on early math learning and the development of evidence-based math resources to enhance math learning through home, childcare, and school settings with a focus on children from lower socioeconomic backgrounds. The postdoctoral researcher will work directly with the PI (Susan Levine) and collaborate with other postdocs, students, and faculty at the University of Chicago and other institutions through the DREME network (https://dreme.stanford.edu).
The postdoctoral researcher will participate in all aspects of research management, development, and implementation. They will supervise several full-time employees as well as part-time student employees working on a number of separate projects. They will also serve as the main liaison with parents, caregivers, and preschool teachers, working to develop home-based and school-based mathematics activities.
A doctoral degree is required in psychology, cognitive science, educational psychology or a related field with research interests in child development, preferably mathematical development. Experience supervising and coordinating the work of others and excellent project management skills are strongly preferred. Bilingual English-Spanish skills are a plus.
Start date is flexible; preferred date is as early as May 1. Interested candidates should apply via email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Postdoc Application”, including:
(1) a CV
(2) a research statement
(3) preprints/reprints of papers (1 – 2)
(4) contact information for two professional/academic references (name, email, phone number)
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