The Community Psychiatry PRIDE research center within the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) is accepting applications for a one year Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Dissemination and Implementation. The Fellow’s projects will consist of several clinically-relevant research projects that involve both qualitative and quantitative methodology. Examples of activities include: conducting research on cultural adaptation of interventions, clinical effectiveness trials, implementation trials, and predictive epidemiological modeling. The Fellow will assist with project developing, implementation, cognitive-behavioral therapy-based curriculum as well as develop research questions, run analyses, and prepare manuscripts that utilize longitudinal medical record data. Fellows will receive protected research time and grant-writing mentorship, and are expected to submit a grant to fund their own research. Primary projects the fellow will work on consist of studies based on PTSD and data analysis of at-risk young men. Position has competitive salary with excellent benefits.
Community Psychiatry PRIDE is currently participating in several projects including the Implementation of Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD in Diverse Communities and an epidemiological study at the non-profit organization Roca, Inc. Fellow’s activities will largely be compromised by these projects.
Applicants are preferred to have a Ph.D. in Public Health, Behavioral Sciences, Clinical Psychology, or related disciplines with an interest or focus in diversity, community mental health, and/or health disparities.
Applicants interested should forward a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, list of three references, and writing sample to Dr. Luana Marques. For more information, click here.