Applications are being accepted for a clinical-research postdoctoral position in childhood anxiety/depression. Applicants must have a doctorate in a relevant area of study, excellent oral and written communication skills, experience in conducting clinical research and data analysis, experience in school/community settings, and training in cognitive-behavior therapy preferred. The applicant should have the organizational skills necessary to manage the daily operations of a large-scale randomized controlled trial implemented in numerous schools/clinics. The fellow will be involved in all aspects of the study including (but not limited to): recruitment, outreach, training, supervision of study staff, data management and analysis, manuscript preparation, and publications. Opportunities for grant writing and transition to faculty are possible. Start date is flexible. Interested applicants should send an email with their curriculum vitae, up to three published research papers, a brief statement of research interests and goals, and three letters of recommendations to Dr. Golda Ginsburg at email@example.com.
- Independent Evaluators: Graduate students in clinical or developmental psychology may apply to become independent evaluators (IEs), conducting semi-structured diagnostic interviews with participants as part of several CAMP studies. Applicants should have completed coursework in child psychopathology, abnormal psychology, developmental psychology, assessment, and research design and methods. Excellent oral and written communication skills are a must, as is ability to travel to local clinics and schools. Given the extensive training required for this position only those who have completed or are currently enrolled in a graduate program will be considered. Interested applicants should send an email with their resume and description of relevant coursework to CAMP@uchc.edu.
- Research Assistants: Undergraduate volunteers or individuals looking for additional research experience prior to applying to graduate school in psychology are an important part of CAMP. Volunteers receive excellent training and experience in all aspects of the study including recruitment, data entry, and assessment. Volunteers are offered the possibility of course credit, access to data for their own research projects and will have opportunities to collaborate with senior staff on other scholarly activities. Excellent oral and written communication skills are a must, and all applicants must have completed a research methods course. Volunteers must be committed to working 10 or more hours per week for at least one year. Interested applicants should send an email with their resume and description of relevant coursework to CAMP@uchc.edu.