Postdoctoral Research Fellow

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The Columbia University Department of Psychiatry has a number of NIH funded T32 Postdoctoral Research Training opportunities.  These include: opportunities in Mood and Anxiety Disorders, Schizophrenia Research and research in Late Life Neuropsychiatric Disorders. We are currently accepting applications for positions beginning in July of 2023. The deadline for receipt of full applications is November 30th. We are interested in MD or PhD applicants committed to pursuing research careers. We especially encourage applications from members of groups that are under-represented in our field as we are committed to training a diversified workforce.  These positions require individuals to be either a citizen or a non-citizen national of the United States or have been lawfully admitted for permanent residence at the time of appointment

Links to applications and information about specific programs are below:

Mood and Anxiety (Questions should be directed to David Leonardo,


Schizophrenia (Questions should be directed to Christoph Kellendonk, or Guillermo Horga,


Late Life Neuropsychiatric Disorder Research (Questions should be directed to Patrick Brown,


Information about additional programs is available at:

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