This is an updated version of the posdoc announcement with the above heading.
POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS AVAILABLE. The University of Rochester Program of Research and Innovation in Disparities Education (PRIDE) prepares postdoctoral fellows in clinical psychology to engage in community based participatory research while providing advanced clinical training in an urban community mental health center. The fellowship aims to enhance trainees' clinical skills and knowledge base while addressing the unique developmental challenges faced by trainees who are in the midst of deciding whether to choose a career that is primarily clinically oriented or one that is primarily oriented toward research. Opportunities exist to network with nationally recognized leaders in disparities research and minority mental health as well as with local community leaders and organizers. Past trainees have gone into private practice or research positions. This is an excellent opportunity for ambitious self-starters who want to make a difference. These positions are partially funded by a grant from the NIMH (Paul Duberstein, PI). For further information visit our website: http://www.urmc.edu/smd/psych/educ_train. Please contact Dr. Kathryn Castle (phone: 585-275-3630; Kathryn_Castle@urmc.rochester.edu) with questions about PRIDE. Please contact Linda Brown (phone: 585-275-3563, Psychappl@URMC.Rochester.edu) with questions about the application process. APA- or CPA-approved doctorate and internship required. Send letter of interest, application (available on website), CV, official graduate transcript, three letters of recommendation, one clinical work sample and certificate of doctoral degree completion (or letter from graduate training director verifying completion of doctorate prior to Sept. 1) to: Deborah A. King, Ph.D., Director of Clinical Psychology Training, University of Rochester Medical Center, Psychology Training Programs, Department of Psychiatry, 300 Crittenden Blvd. Rochester NY 14642. The application deadline is March 1st Diverse candidates, including people of color and people with disabilities, are encouraged to apply. The University of Rochester is an equal opportunity employer.
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