Institutional Postdoctoral Research Training in Developmental Psychobiology/Neuroscience
University of Colorado Denver Anschutz Campus
June 27, 2018
Range, see below
Fellowship - Experienced
Academic / Research
POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH TRAINING for PhDs in neuroscience, developmental psychobiology, clinical psychology, and social work or MDs (child and general psychiatrists, developmental pediatricians) based in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Colorado at Denver Anschutz campus, Aurora, Colorado. Physician candidates, especially child psychiatrists, are encouraged to apply. The formal research training includes a core curriculum with coursework to be completed by all trainees, and individual research in one or more faculty laboratories. This is not a clinical internship. The objective of the program is to provide comprehensive research training in developmental psychobiology and psychopathology. Funded by a T32 award from NIMH, training emphasizes the neuroscience research tools (molecular, behavioral and psychiatric genetics, functional/structural neuroimaging, cognition, behavioral analyses, and public health) needed to understand complex behavioral and psychiatric disorders. Positions available now for 2018 and summer 2019.
Visit our website at www.dprgpostdoc.org for program information, faculty descriptions and application details.
Email contact: Linda.Greco-Sanders@ucdenver.edu. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. The University of Colorado is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
MD or PhD in related field, cannot have had more than 2 years of prior NRSA postdoctoral funding. Funding agency requires U.S. citizenship or permanent US resident status to apply.
Additional Salary Information: Based on NIH Stipend levels, dependent on years since degree.
Internal Number: 06-27-18
About University of Colorado Denver Anschutz Campus
More than 27,000 students in downtown Denver,at the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora and online; More than 100 degree programs in 12 schools and colleges; Awarding more than 3,400 degrees every year; More graduate degrees granted than any other institution in Colorado; A combined annual economy of $1.8 billion a year*; More than $300 million in outside research funding; Employing more than 12,200 Coloradans,* making us one of the metro area's top employers