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Message ID: 9800
Date: 2015-03-18

Author:Runyan, Desmond Kimo

Subject:announcement about a post doctoral fellowship available in Denver at Kempe in 2015.

BERGER POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP IN CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT THE KEMPE CENTER FOR THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT The Kempe Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse and Neglect, a section of the University of Colorado School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, announces the availability of a Berger Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Child Abuse and Neglect. This is a 2-year postdoctoral research fellowship designed to support the development of someone who wishes to become an independent investigator in the field of child maltreatment and child welfare. Current research projects at The Kempe Center focus on children who have experienced child maltreatment and/or other types of child trauma as well as youth-serving systems including child welfare, community mental health, and policy development. Recent projects have tested interventions in randomized controlled trials, conducted developmental risk research, evaluated effective strategies for community-based implementation of evidence-based mental health practices, and studied the impact of major child welfare policies on the health, mental health, and development of youth. Multiple federal and local grants fund these studies. The fellow will have multiple opportunities to publish. Another focus of the fellowship is to prepare the individual to obtain external funding. There are also opportunities to collaborate with several multidisciplinary, multi-university research groups. Supervised clinical experiences are available if needed to complement the research training. Applicants should have a doctorate in psychology, public health, epidemiology, demography, social work, or related fields. Anticipated start date is summer 2015. Salary will be commensurate with the NIH post-doctoral funding guidelines. Please send a letter about your career interests and CV to Teri Wilson; Kempe Center; Gary Pavilion at The Children’s Hospital; Anschutz Medical Campus; 13123 E 16thAve, B390; Aurora, CO 80045 or email them to teri.wilson@childrenscolorado.org . **Applications will be accepted and given full consideration until the position is filled.

BERGER POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP IN CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT THE KEMPE CENTER FOR THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT The Kempe Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse and Neglect, a section of the University of Colorado School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, announces the availability of a Berger Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Child Abuse and Neglect. This is a 2-year postdoctoral research fellowship designed to support the development of someone who wishes to become an independent investigator in the field of child maltreatment and child welfare. Current research projects at The Kempe Center focus on children who have experienced child maltreatment and/or other types of child trauma as well as youth-serving systems including child welfare, community mental health, and policy development. Recent projects have tested interventions in randomized controlled trials, conducted developmental risk research, evaluated effective strategies for community-based implementation of evidence-based mental health practices, and studied the impact of major child welfare policies on the health, mental health, and development of youth. Multiple federal and local grants fund these studies. The fellow will have multiple opportunities to publish. Another focus of the fellowship is to prepare the individual to obtain external funding. There are also opportunities to collaborate with several multidisciplinary, multi-university research groups. Supervised clinical experiences are available if needed to complement the research training. Applicants should have a doctorate in psychology, public health, epidemiology, demography, social work, or related fields. Anticipated start date is summer 2015. Salary will be commensurate with the NIH post-doctoral funding guidelines. Please send a letter about your career interests and CV to Teri Wilson; Kempe Center; Gary Pavilion at The Children’s Hospital; Anschutz Medical Campus; 13123 E 16thAve, B390; Aurora, CO 80045 or email them to teri.wilsonchildrenscolorado.org . **Applications will be accepted and given full consideration until the position is filled.