Postdoctoral Fellowships in Alcohol Etiology and Treatment
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
The Clinical and Research Institute on Addictions (CRIA) and the School of Public Health and Health Professions (SPHHP) at the University at Buffalo has openings for three postdoctoral fellows in our NIAAA-funded T32 training program. The program provides specialized pre and post-doctoral training for individuals seeking to pursue a career in alcohol research. The interdisciplinary training program emphasizes two primary areas: (1) etiology and course of alcohol use and misuse, including biological and psychosocial influences, and (2) treatment for alcohol use disorders. Fellows develop and pursue research interests under the supervision of faculty preceptors. Seminars on psychosocial, biological and medical aspects of alcohol use disorders, current alcohol research, grant writing, statistics/research methods, professional issues and career development are an integral part of the training program. Although the program is housed at CRIA and SPHHP, fellows often work with faculty across the University (most commonly in Psychology, Social Work, Pharmacology and Toxicology). More information about the training program can be found here: Postdoctoral Training Program - Research Institute on Addictions - University at Buffalo and information about the University can be found here: UB at a Glance - University at Buffalo. More information about life in Buffalo, NY is available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sBsi5FGbY2Y.
Inquiries can be made to either Kenneth E. Leonard (email@example.com) or Gregory G. Homish (firstname.lastname@example.org, Co-Training Directors. Applicants should forward a vita, representative reprints, three letters of reference, and a cover letter describing research interests and training goals to Kim Larkin via email (email@example.com). Submission deadline: Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis beginning in November, 2021. Starting dates are flexible. Applications from diverse candidates are particularly welcome. Applicants must be citizens or noncitizen nationals of the U.S. or must have been lawfully admitted for permanent residence. AA/EOE