Author: Crystal Mastrangelo

Postdoc at Vanderbilt

Vanderbilt-based position:

Post-doctoral Fellowship. The Vanderbilt Music Cognition Lab announces a new postdoctoral fellow position to develop and carry out studies using behavioral, cognitive neuroscience, and genetics methods to study the relationship between prosody, rhythm, and reading skills. The Lab is a highly interdisciplinary environment that engages trainees from a wide range of Vanderbilt degree programs and maintains collaborations with a vast network of researchers; this particular position will also involve collaborative work and training at the MTSU site. You can read more about our related genetics-focused projects in the lab here: and about the postdoc training resources here: This position requires prior experience working with high-dimensional data, and excellent organizational skills. Initial appointments will be made for one year, with potential to renew for up to 3 years.

Candidates should send a CV, cover letter, names of 3 references, and publication reprints to Dr. Reyna Gordon Please indicate your last name + “postdoc application NSF rhythm-reading project” in the email subject line. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until filled, with a preference to finalize hiring by February 2020.

NIMH T32 Postdoctoral Fellowship – Columbia University


A postdoctoral fellowship position is available in Dr. Rachel Marsh’s Cognitive Development and Neuroimaging Lab at Columbia University/New York State Psychiatric Institute. The position will focus on MRI studies of cognitive control and regulatory deficits in children being treated for OCD and in healthy mother-child dyads, a study in collaboration with Dr. Catherine Monk. The fellow will work closely with Dr. Marsh and Dr. David Pagliaccio.

Please see the attached announcement for more details.
Thank you

David Pagliaccio, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurobiology (in Psychiatry)

Columbia University Irving Medical Center

NIHM T32 Postdoctoral Training – Deadline March 1

Postdoc Scholar at UC Irvine

Postdoctoral Scholar
Child Narratives Lab, PI: Klemfuss
Department of Psychological Science
University of California, Irvine

The Child Narratives Lab in the Department of Psychological Science at UC Irvine, is currently recruiting a full time postdoctoral scholar. Under the direction and supervision of the faculty director, this position entails data management and analysis, grant and manuscript writing, in addition to other managerial and coordination tasks as needed. Publication opportunities will be available as well as opportunities for conducting independent research within the lab. The ideal candidate will demonstrate independence in analyzing research data and preparing written manuscripts. They will conduct themselves professionally with all members of the lab and when representing the lab, will have exceptional writing and analytic skills, and will complete tasks in a timely and thorough manner.

Research in the Child Narratives Lab focuses on how social context and individual differences influence children’s reports about past events. More specifically, we address questions about how the conditions under which children experience events and the conditions in which they are asked to remember those events influence what and how they recall. Much of this research focuses on developing and refining methods for helping adults (e.g. forensic interviewers, clinicians, parents) elicit accurate and complete information from children about their past experiences in a supportive way. For more information about the lab and its ongoing projects, see our lab website: Child Narratives Lab

Position Details:

Proposed academic title: Postdoctoral Scholar
Area of academic emphasis: Developmental and Legal Psychology

Minimum basic qualifications:
-Ph.D. or equivalent granted in Psychology or related field by the start of the appointment.
-Training and experience collecting data with children aged 3-12 years
-Proficiency with SPSS (or other statistical software package(s), Word, Excel, Powerpoint
-Experience with protecting confidential data
-Record of successful academic writing
-Training and experience in statistical analysis of behavioral data

Desired qualifications:
-Experience with coding written narratives for linguistic content and successfully attaining and calculating inter-rater reliability
-Experience conducting independent research with children and families
-Record of peer-reviewed publication
-Record of attaining academic funding
-Experience managing a large research team
-Fluent in Spanish

This position requires a minimum commitment of 40 hours/week for one year with the possibility of reappointment.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, CV, writing sample, and arrange for two letters of reference all to be submitted through the AP Recruit system at Letters of reference should be confidential and submitted directly from the recommender. Any questions regarding the position should be directed to Dr. Klemfuss at

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.

The University of California, Irvine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer advancing inclusive excellence. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, or other protected categories covered by the UC nondiscrimination policy.

Postdoc Fellow – Child Development Lab at the University of Maryland

Research postdoc position at Weill Cornell Medicine

Two Postdoctoral Associate Positions – Brain and Mind Institute

Two Postdoctoral Associate Positions – Brain and Mind Institute, Western University

 Drs. Ryan Stevenson, Blake Butler, and Bobby Stojanoski of Western University’s Brain and Mind Institute are actively recruiting two postdoctoral associates. Our labs are in the Department of Psychology and the Brain and Mind Institute, and are part of highly-productive and interdisciplinary group of researchers spanning a wide breadth of topics in cognitive neuroscience. We strongly value the principles of open science, and collaboration across labs and departments is highly encouraged; the successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with established collaborators, and to form new partnerships. Successful candidates for both positions will have a PhD in neuroscience, psychology, physiology, computer science, or a related discipline, with a strong record of publication and evidence of the ability to conduct independent research. Quantitative and programming skills in MATLAB, Python, or similar are expected. Successful candidates will also be expected to apply to the BrainsCAN PDF program, though there is the possibility of funding if the BrainsCAN application is not successful.


Position 1) The Sensory Perception Research Lab ( and the Neuroplasticity in Sensory Systems Lab ( are seeking an ambitious postdoctoral associate interested in the study of multisensory integration, specifically audiovisual integration, using fMRI techniques. The successful applicant must have significant experience and demonstrated track record with fMRI procedures and analyses, and individuals with advanced fMRI analysis techniques will be given preference. They will also be encouraged to develop independent projects that build upon the laboratories’ ongoing work, including the possibility to work with developmental populations, as well as clinical populations.


Position 2) The Sensory Perception Research Lab ( and the Development and Disorders of Cognition and Consciousness group (DDoCC) are seeking an ambitious postdoctoral associate interested in the study of structural changes to the brain in late childhood and adolescence in typically developing and clinical populations (ASD, ADHD, anxiety, etc.) with links to clinical metrics, and behavioural and cognitive development. Applicants must be highly-proficient in structural MRI analysis and pipelines, have the ability to work efficiently with large data sets, and preferably have some experience with fMRI. They will also be encouraged to develop independent projects that build upon the laboratories’ ongoing work.


Western University and the BMI constitute communities that respect, accept, nurture and celebrate the diversity of their members. Our community is one where all members feel valued, respected and included. We strive to ensure our workplace is fully accessible and respectful for people’s different needs and abilities. We support a healthy work-life balance and commit to the right of every member of the community to study, work and conduct his or her activities in an environment free of harassment and discrimination. Each member of our community is accountable for ensuring and supporting positive diversity practices.


Details pertaining to the BrainsCAN PD Fellowship competition, including timelines, eligibility, application materials, and compensation are available here. Salary outside of BrainsCAN is $50,000 per year plus benefits, and is available for two years, with contract renewal for the second year dependent upon satisfactory performance. Renewal beyond year two is possible, but is contingent upon funding.


Applications will be accepted until January 15th or until the position is filled. Interested parties should contact Dr. Ryan Stevenson ( and provide the following:


1. A cover letter describing your current research, and interest in our labs

2. Curriculum Vitae

3. Names and contact information for 3 references

Grants/Development position focused on early childhood

See below for an opportunity in NYC that may be of interest to individuals (BA, MA, or PhD level) who are strong writers, interested in early childhood, and interested in a position outside of the standard academic route.


Grants and Development (Project Coordinator; early childhood focused)

Bellevue Project for Early Language, Literacy, and Education Success (BELLE)

and Video Interaction Project Center of Excellence

NYU Langone Health and School of Medicine


We are seeking a candidate for a position in the Department of Pediatrics at NYU Langone Health School of Medicine, based at NYC H+H/Bellevue in Manhattan to join a team that is examining and delivering parenting interventions to improve child development outcomes in at-risk populations at pediatric clinics across in New York City (Video Interaction Project;; PI: Alan Mendelsohn, MD). The candidate will be responsible for multiple project tasks, and will work with a multidisciplinary team of pediatricians, psychologists, and other child development professionals.


Specific tasks may include:

·         Identifying new sources of funding

·         Writing new funding proposals

·         Grants management, including foundations, private donors, governmental agencies and NIH

·         Organizing grant management processes

·         Writing and submitting reports

·         Monitoring progress towards performance goals

·         Development and maintenance of budgets

·         Supporting development of contracts

·         Compliance with regulatory requirements

·         Assisting with branding, marketing and social media

·         Assisting with fundraising and outreach activities

·         Assisting with engagement with new and existing funders

·         Assisting in facilitating collaboration with internal and external colleagues and stakeholders



·         Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s Degree preferred

·         Ideally will have at least 1 year experience with grant writing, grant management, and budgets or other related activities in higher education, healthcare, or nonprofits

·         Must have very strong writing skills, and be able to provide examples

·         Must have experience with Excel and very strong database skills

·         Interest and professional background/experience related to child development, school readiness, parenting, social determinants of health, pediatrics, maternal/child health, or other relevant areas very strongly preferred

·         Spanish proficiency is a plus but not required


Note – exact job title, salary, and responsibilities will be commensurate with experience


To apply:  If interested, please fill out an online Interest Form:

If you have any questions or require additional assistance, please reach out to Yuliya Gurevich via email:  Please include “Project Coordinator – Grants and Development” in the subject line. 


A verbal 1- to 2-year commitment is required. Full time positions come with comprehensive benefits packages.  Note that NYU Langone Health is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer committed to diversity and inclusion in all aspects of recruiting and employment. All qualified individuals are encouraged to apply.

Postdoc at Yale

Yale Social and Affective Neuroscience of Autism Program (SANA) – Postdoctoral Fellowship

Postdoctoral Associate to be involved in prospective studies of infants at risk for Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) as well as toddlers and preschoolers with ASD. The Associate will join an interdisciplinary research team consisting of experts in developmental neuroscience at the Social Affective Neuroscience of Autism Program:


The post-doc associate will have an opportunity to work as part of the Yale Autism Center of Excellence (ACE) Program Project ( team at the Yale Child Study Center (CSC) led by Prof. Chawarska. The Yale NIH ACE Research project represents a joint effort across child psychiatry, pediatrics, radiology, and statistics departments at Yale. The ACE project aims to identify prenatal and neonatal precursors of later core symptoms of ASD. The post-doc associate will also participate in studies aimed at decoding bases of comorbid symptoms in ASD in preschoolers.


Information about the Yale Social and Affective Neuroscience of Autism Program can be found here:


Amy G. Margolis

Program Manager

Infant & Toddler Developmental Disabilities Program

Yale Social and Affective Neuroscience of Autism Program (SANA)

300 George Street, Suite 900

New Haven, CT  06510

fax. 203-764-4373

ph. 203-785-6237

Post-doc in ASD at Brown University

Postdoctoral Fellowship Opportunity, including research on autism in infancy, Department of Psychiatry & Human Behavior, Brown University.
The NIH-funded (T32) Brown Child Mental Health fellowship program is accepting applications for the 2020-21 academic year.  One of the potential research areas of focus is on autism spectrum disorders, including a newly funded study of early infant signs of risk for autism. 
Information about the work specific to studying autism in infancy can be found at

 Program details a link to the online application can be found here:


Prospective applicants interested in the autism research options should also send a CV and a brief statement of interest to  

Stephen J. Sheinkopf, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Psychiatry & Human Behavior
Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University
Tel: 401-274-1122 (Office) x48906; (Clinic) x48935 |  Fax:  401-453-7697