The post-doctoral training involves: (1) regular faculty mentorship for planning and developing his/her own publications and research, plus submitting winning grant proposals, primarily to NIH and secondarily to private funders; (2) collaborating with Brown School faculty on NIH funded projects and the development of new proposals to NIH; (3) contributing to the scientific infrastructure and knowledge based resources of the school for mental health services research.
The Center for Mental Health Services Research accepts nominations and applications for the position of Research Associate in mental health services research. Candidates should have the following: a Ph.D.; research experience in mental health services; evidence of a commitment to mental health research; scholarly publications in an area of expertise; and skill in preparing research proposals for external funding. This research position includes a competitive salary and benefits. Minority and female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. While there is no deadline for submitting applications, early application is advised. Candidates should submit a resume, names and addresses of at least three references, and samples of written/published materials to:
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Funder: Washington University in St. Louis
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Citizenship: U.S. Citizen