TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS
Junior Faculty Position in Women's Health and Addictive Behaviors
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Women’s Health Research at Yale and Yale Department of Psychiatry’s Division of Addictions announce junior faculty position openings within a research career development program focused on women’s health and addictive behaviors funded by the National Institutes of Health. Scholar candidates have the opportunity to work on research projects with experienced, productive mentors from different disciplines (e.g., psychiatry, psychology, neuroscience, health policy, internal and emergency medicine, obstetrics/gynecology, genetics, and public health) and are supported in the development of their own project. Projects can include basic, translational, or clinical research. Career development activities are built around an innovative, integration of interdisciplinary research mentoring, professional coaching, team science work groups, and didactic seminars. Additional funds are provided for an independent research project and professional development. Up to 25% time can be spent on clinical or other training-relevant activities. Scholar candidates typically will be within three years of completing their doctoral degree from an accredited graduate school or medical school residency and have at least one year of supervised research experience in an area related to women’s health or addictions. Scholars must be U.S. citizens or have permanent resident status. For more information see website, or contact by email
To apply: Application materials include a cover letter detailing research and career goals, CV and three letters of recommendation, and should be sent by email. Yale is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, and applications from women and members of minority groups are especially encouraged.