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Postdoctoral Fellowship: The University of Connecticut School of Medicine


Farmington, Connecticut, USA

University of Connecticut School of Medicine

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Contact Howard Tennen
Phone: 860-679-5466
Posted
02/20/2014

THE UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT SCHOOL OF MEDICINE is seeking a social, personality, clinical or health psychologist with interests in daily process/experience sampling methods and their applications to alcohol use, chronic pain, stress and coping, or other daily behaviors and experiences. As part of this NIAAA-funded postdoctoral fellowship through UConn School of Medicine’s Alcohol Research Center (ARC), fellows will work with existing and ongoing data sets related to alcohol use and other daily outcomes in a variety of populations. Opportunities also exist to examine genetic underpinnings of alcohol use and related processes (e.g., affective experience). Experience in multi-level modeling (e.g., HLM) or other longitudinal techniques (e.g., latent variable growth modeling) is desirable, but not essential. Fellows must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents and possess a doctoral degree. Salary is determined by NRSA regulations. Please send a CV, three recommendation letters, recent publications, and a cover letter describing research interests and career plans to: Howard Tennen: tennen@nso1.uchc.edu. E-mail inquiries may also be sent to: tennen@nso1.uchc.edu. Applications are being accepted immediately and will be reviewed until the position is filled.

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