March 3, 2014

UW LEAH Postdoctoral Position Opening

The UW Leadership Education in Adolescent Health Program (UW LEAH), together with Seattle Children’s Hospital Division of Child Psychiatry, is currently recruiting one Postdoctoral Fellow in Psychology for the 2014-2015 academic year

The overall goal of the UW LEAH is to shape the future of adolescent health in the United States through the training of the next generation of interdisciplinary adolescent health leaders who are empowered to address disparities in adolescent health and healthcare both locally and nationally. Fellows are recruited from five key adolescent health disciplines: Social Work, Medicine, Nursing, Nutrition and Psychology. UW LEAH fellows participate in mentored clinical and research training experiences and receive advanced training through didactic coursework in interdisciplinary practice, leadership skills, research, public health, advocacy, public policy, reducing health disparities, and improving health equity and health services delivery for adolescents. The fellow will participate in clinical training opportunities (50% time) through the Division of Child Psychiatry.
One- to two-year postdoctoral fellowship positions are available for candidates who will have obtained their Ph.D. in clinical psychology prior to July, 2014, and who are interested in research, advanced leadership and interdisciplinary training in adolescent health.
Interested candidates are encouraged to learn more at:  If you are interested in learning more and/or would like to apply, please feel free to contact Dr. McCarty at the email below.  We would like to complete our recruitment as soon as possible.    

Cari McCarty, PhD
UW LEAH Psychology Lead Faculty

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