Postdoctoral Clinical Research Opportunity in Traumatic Stress, Loss, and Early Intervention
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Boston VA Research Institute/Boston
VA Healthcare System
Contact Yonit Schorr, Ph.D.
The Boston VA Research Institute (BVARI) at the Boston VA Healthcare System is offering a postdoctoral research position under the direction of Brett Litz, Ph.D. Dr. Litz’s lab is very active and the position would entail involvement in many studies and initiatives related to the prevention of PTSD in military settings, predictors of risk and resilience, telehealth approaches to treatment, and the prevention of pathological grieving. Responsibilities will include involvement in project management, grant writing and administration, data analysis, and manuscript preparation. For clinical psychology Ph.D.s, clinical hours and supervision for licensure are available. Salary is highly competitive and benefits are available.
Doctoral degree in clinical psychology is preferred. Graduate degrees in related disciplines with relevant experience will also be considered. Strong organizational and interpersonal skills are necessary. A demonstrated interest in the study of military trauma, PTSD, grief, longitudinal data analysis, clinical trials, and early intervention is preferred.
As soon as the position can be filled.
Two years, with possibility of extension.
Curriculum vita with accompanying cover letter describing research interests and career goals should be sent to Laina.Rosebrock@va.gov.
For additional information, you may also email, Brett Litz, Ph.D. at: Brett.Litz@va.gov or Yonit Schorr, Ph.D. at Yonit.Schorr@va.gov.
This position will be funded through the Boston VA Research Institute (BVARI) who's mission is to promote and to support the medical research and education activities of the VA Boston Healthcare System and to advance the well being of veterans and the general public by these endeavors. BVARI is a non-profit, tax-exempt institute. We are an equal opportunity employer.
When applying for this position, please mention you saw this ad in the APS Postdoc Exchange.