Post-doctoral and Promotional Positions at the University of Colorado Denver can be found here.
Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies Bell Fellowships. The David E. Bell Fellowship is a one or two year post-doctoral training program at the Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies (HCPDS) which provides opportunities for research and leadership training in a flexible program for postdoctoral researchers in the field of population and development. Selected candidates possess a strong record of academic training, proven research experience, a commitment to population and development work, the demonstrated ability to work independently, and leadership potential. Bell Fellows examine a broad range of critical issues in the field of population and development from multidisciplinary perspectives. Most will have interests that match the HCPDS's focal areas: social and environmental determinants of population health; migration and immigration; causes and consequences of health transitions and aging societies; and gender and labor force participation. The wide range of perspectives will enhance the fellows' experiences and broaden the community life at the Center. In order to devote themselves fulltime to scholarly activities, there are no teaching obligations associated with this fellowship. For details, visit: http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/centers-institutes/population-development/training/bell-fellowship/index.html.
Training in Prevention Research at Arizona State University
Program for Prevention Research anticipates openings in our NIMH-funded
post-doctoral training program in prevention science.
is delivered through individually-tailored programs of coursework and mentored
research experience. Trainees select multiple mentors from a large and
interdisciplinary faculty whose work includes interventions with children of
divorce, bereaved children, and inner city ethnic minority children and
families. Emphases include preventive interventions in natural service delivery
settings and quantitative methods in prevention science. Training is for a
candidates should send (electronically) a vita, statement of research and
training goals, and 3 letters of recommendation to: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will
review all applications beginning December 15, 2012 and will continue
reviewing until the positions are filled.
Post-doctoral Research Training Program, Behavioral Sciences Research in HIV Infection. A postdoctoral research training program that provides intensive training in human sexuality research as applied to HIV prevention and HIV-related health interventions. The major components of the program are academic course work, the development of research and professional skills, and the conduct of independent research. The training program is closely tied to the HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies at the New York State Psychiatric Institute / Columbia University Department of Psychiatry. Each fellow is provided with a training stipend, and limited funds for travel and general research training costs associated with the fellowship. The program begins July 1st of each year and applications are due January 2nd for the upcoming fellowship period. Find more information here: http://www.hivcenternyc.org/training/nrsa.html.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health and Society Scholars Program is a unique interdisciplinary initiative that integrates activities from four schools, each with a national reputation for academic excellence: The School of Public Health, the John F. Kennedy School of Government, the Harvard Medical School, and the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Based on a foundation of four core disciplines - social epidemiology, public policy, history of science, and neuroscience - this program brings together some of the world's most renowned academics in those fields. The program is based on the principle that progress in the field of population health depends upon multidisciplinary collaboration and exchange It is an intensive two-year program at one of six nationally prominent universities. Applications are typically due in September for a program starting the following September. For more information, visit: http://www.healthandsocietyscholars.org/1492.
U.S. Census Bureau Postdoctoral Research Program. The program offers extraordinary opportunities for postdoctoral research in statistics, computer science, survey methodology, economics, demography, and the social and behavioral sciences applicable to censuses and large scale sample surveys. Submit a research proposal for competitive review to the agency where you wish to be considered. Applicants must have held a Ph.D. (or equivalent) in a relevant field for less than 6 years and completed the Ph.D. before the commencement of work as a postdoctoral researcher. United States citizenship is required. The position is in the Washington, DC area and is two years, but can be extended with special considerations. Federal health and life insurance, sick and annual leave available, 401(k) equivalent, and relocation expenses paid in some cases. Starting salaries expected to be from $74,000 to $96,000 with adjustments depending on qualifications and experience.
University of Michigan Substance Abuse Research Center (USMARC) and the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) Postdoctoral Program. The Substance Abuse Research Center is comprised of over 110 individuals from 29 departments at the University of Michigan who have significant interest in the study of alcohol, nicotine and other drugs of abuse. The center exists to stimulate the study of psychoactive substance abuse of all kinds and to extend knowledge regarding substance abuse prevention. The purpose of the training grant is to prepare researchers and scholars to expand their work beyond traditional disciplinary boundaries in preparation for work in the field of substance abuse research. For more information: http://sitemaker.umich.edu/umsarc/nida_training_grant.