Dr. Naomi Sadeh is accepting applications for a Postdoctoral Researcher with expertise in clinical neuroscience at the University of Delaware. The researcher will contribute to an ongoing NIMH-funded R01 grant examining brain networks associated with impulsive and risky behaviors in adults with externalizing disorders.
The ideal candidate will have a strong background in neuroimaging analysis and programming, along with an interest in impulsivity, self-regulation, and/or externalizing psychopathology (e.g., antisocial personality disorder, alcohol/substance use disorders), although all applications are welcome. Clinical training is not required, but would be considered an asset. Applications from any area of Psychology are encouraged, especially from individuals who have an interest in externalizing disorders.
The primary duties of the postdoctoral researcher
will be to analyze MRI data and write manuscripts for publication. In addition, the researcher will have the opportunity to learn and apply cutting-edge network-analysis methods (e.g., graph theory) to understand the connectomic basis for externalizing pathology. The anticipated start date is Spring or Summer 2020 (with flexibility) and would last for a two-year period with potential for renewal.
If you are interested in being considered for the position, please send a current CV, a brief statement of interest that outlines your qualifications for the position, reprints of selected papers, and the names of three professional references to Dr. Naomi Sadeh at firstname.lastname@example.org"
- Ph.D. or M.D. in any area of Psychology or Psychiatry
- Background in neuroimaging processing and analysis
- Experience working with mental disorders, particularly substance/alcohol use disorders and antisocial personality disorders would be considered an asset, but is not required