Post-doctoral Fellow Position in Resilience-based Intervention Research at Wayne State University
Detroit, MI, USA
Wayne State University
Contact Xiaoming Li, Ph.D.
Wayne State University (WSU) School of Medicine Pediatric Prevention Research Center (PPRC) invites applications for one post-doctoral research fellow position. The qualified candidate will be expected to participate in a NIH-funded research project on resilience-based psychosocial intervention among children affected by HIV in China. The primary responsibility includes, but is not limited to, data analysis, literature review, preparation of manuscripts and grant applications, and other related tasks. We are seeking highly motivated candidate with long-term interest in a research career in an academic setting. The applicants must have a doctoral degree in psychology or related fields by the time of appointment. Other qualifications include advanced training in research methodology and statistics, strong analytic skills, ability to work independently, effective organizational and communication skills, and proficiency in SPSS or other statistical programming. Previous research experiences in child development or psychosocial intervention are preferred. The position is renewable contingent upon the job performance and availability of funding. For prompt consideration, please send applications including curriculum vitae, cover letter describing research interests and long term career objectives, contact information of three references, and copies of relevant publications should be sent to: Xiaoming Li, Ph.D., Prevention Research Center, Hutzel Building, Suite W534, 4707 St. Antoine, Detroit, Michigan 48201-2196 or by email: email@example.com. Review of applications will begin immediately but the position will remain open until filled.
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