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The InterPsych Newsletter 2(7)



IPN 2(7) Section G: Employment 2/2


                SECTION G: EMPLOYMENT (2/2)

Institution:  Salk Institute for Biological Studies,
              Laboratory for Cognitive Neuroscience
Location:     LaJolla, CA, USA
The Salk Institute is seeking a Research Associate to join
a team of scientists investigating biological foundations 
of language and other cognitive functions and their 
representation in the brain.  This is a full time position 
in an interdisciplinary group in the Laboratory for 
Cognitive Neuroscience.

Research involves coordinating studies of higher cognitive 
functions (language, spatial cognition, face processing),
brain structure and brain function, as well as genetic bases,
as part of a large program.  Strong candidates will be 
from Neuropsychology, Experimental Psychology,
Neurolinguistics, or Cognitive Science.

Candidates must have Ph.D. in one of the related fields,
research experience with human subjects, and the capacity
for interdisciplinary research and growth.  Ability to
manage computer database information is important.  
Salary dependent on background and research experience.

Please mail resume and letter of intent as well as name, 
address and phone number of three references to: 
Laboratory for Cognitive Neuroscience, The Salk Institute 
for Biological Studies, 10010 North Torrey Pines Road, 
La Jolla, CA, 92037.  An affirmative action employer.
Institution:  San Diego State University, Dept of Psychology
Location:     San Diego, CA, USA
invites applications for two tenure-track positions at the
assistant or associate professor level in non-clinical 
APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY to begin August, 1996.  Ph.D. required.
$32,712 to $57,156 AY.  The university and department have 
a strong commitment to achieving diversity among faculty 
and staff.  We are particularly interested in receiving
applications from members of underrepresented groups and 
strongly encourage women and persons of color to apply for 
these positions. Applicants should have expertise in one 
or more of the following areas: survey research, applied 
measurement, program evaluation, impact assessment, 
personnel, organizational behavior, group and team
processes, cross-cultural issues, organizational 
development, or research methods for field settings.  
Applicants should have established research programs in a 
substantive area such as industrial/organizational 
psychology, community psychology, applied social
psychology, or public health.  Teaching responsibilities 
will include undergraduate and graduate courses and 
research supervision as well as participation in a newly-
created M.S. in Applied Psychology program.

Applicants should send a letter of application, a 
statement of teaching and research interests, curriculum 
vitae, reprints and/or preprints, and three letters of 
recommendation to Chair, Applied Psychology Search Committee,
Department of Psychology, San Diego State University, 5500
Campanile Drive, San Diego, CA  92182-4611.  All materials 
should be received by November 15, 1995.  SDSU is an 
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Title IX Employer 
and does not discriminate against persons on the basis of 
race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation,
gender, marital status, age or disability.
Institution:  AuClair Program
Location:     Mt. Dora, FL, USA
AuClair Programs in Delaware are seeking Masters and/or 
Doctoral-level behavioral psychologists with at least one 
year employment working directly with youth who are 
seriously emotionally disturbed, autistic, developmentally 
disabled, and/or juvenile delinquents with aforementioned 
problem behaviors.

Please fax or send resumes directly to:
Judith E. Favell, Ph.D., AuClair Programs, 699 East 
5th Avenue, Mt. Dora, Florida  32757
Fax: 904-735-1023; Tel: 904-383-7612
Institution:  Boston University School of Medicine
Location:     Boston, MA, USA
A post doctoral position is available to a qualified 
individual at Boston University School of Medicine. 
The applicant must be either an American citizen or a 
permanent resident of the U.S. An NIH training grant will 
not support other applicants. The work involves research 
on aging and Alzheimer's disease. Interested applicants 
with strong background in biochemistry, cell biology and 
molecular biology should send their C.V.s to: Dr. Carmela
Abraham, Boston University School of Medicine, 
80 East Concord Street, K-5, Boston, MA 02118.
Fax (617) 638-5226.
Institution:  State University of New York (SUNY) at 
              Binghamton, Dept. of Psychology
Location:     Binghamton, NY, USA
State University of New York (SUNY) at Binghamton, 
Department of Psychology, is seeking to hire an Associate
or Full Professor, beginning Fall, 1996.  Exceptionally 
well-qualified Assistant Professor candidates will also 
receive consideration.  Our APA-accredited Clinical Program 
has a strong research emphasis and a commitment to 
empirically-based, clinical instruction with a cognitive-
behavior orientation.  Although area of specialization is
open, applicants should have a superior record of research,
and be committed to the training of clinical graduate 
students in practicum work.  Applicants from under-
represented minority groups would be especially welcomed,
as the program is strongly committed to affirmative action
and to cultural and ethnic diversity in our students and 
curriculum.  Binghamton University's department of 
psychology comprises three interactive specialty areas: 
Clinical, Cognitive & Behavioral Sciences, and 
Psychobiology.  In addition, the undergraduate program is
nationally renowned, and our location in upstate New York
provides a combination of beautiful outdoors and a safe
environment.  Send vitae, reprints, and three letters of
recommendation to Stephen Lisman, Ph.D., Chair, Clinical 
Search Committee, Department of Psychology, Binghamton 
University, P.O. Box 6000, Binghamton, NY, 13902-6000.  
Recruitment will be conducted without regard to race, 
color, sex, religion, age, disability, marital status, 
sexual orientation, or national origin.
Institution:  Ulster County Mental Health
Location:     Kingston, NY, USA
General adult psychiatrist to provide assessment, 
medication management, and clinical team supervision
for both short term/crisis and long term outpatient 
treatment units.
Child & adolescent psychiatrist to take leadership role in
expanding multi-disciplinary child services program.  
Applicant should be experienced in community and 
home-based treatment approaches for emotionally disturbed 
children and their families. Position involves evaluation 
and treatment of children and family members, as well as 
supervision of treatment teams.

Our department is unique in that we have created a pivotal
role for psychiatrists in the provision of humane and 
quality care in a community mental health setting.  We 
have on-site psychopharm consultation and a highly 
collegial environment.  Salary $95K for bd-elig, higher 
for add. qualifications; 35 hours/week; no on-call; med. 
ins., malpractice covered; private practice permitted. 
We are located 2 hours from NYC in the beautiful and 
culturally diversified Hudson Valley.  Send CV to:
Julia Eilenberg, MD, Ulster County Mental Health,
P.O. Box 1800, 239 Golden Hill Lane, Kingston, NY 12401
Institution:  University of Rochester, Dept. of
              Clinical & Social Sciences in Psychology
Location:     Rochester, NY, USA
        The Department of Clinical and Social Sciences in
Psychology at the University of Rochester is recruiting 
for up to two tenure-line faculty positions in its APA-
approved program in clinical psychology. The positions are 
slated at the Assistant or junior Associate Professor
level and involve graduate and undergraduate teaching plus 
research supervision.  The applicant's area if research is 
open and can include, among others, personality/social 
interests, treatment and prevention of psychological 
disorders, and biological approaches to personality or
psychopathology (adult or developmental).

        The University of Rochester is an equal-opportunity 
employer. Applications from women and members of ethnic 
minorities are especially welcome.  Salary level and 
benefits are competitive.  Rochester provides an excellent 
setting for clinical research and ample opportunities for
access to clinical populations and collaboration with 
psychologists placed in several departments throughout the 

        Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis 
starting on October 20, 1995.  Applicants should arrange 
for at least three reference letters and submit a statement
of research and teaching interests, a Curriculum Vitae, 
and representative publications to: Clinical Search
Committee, Department of Clinical and Social Sciences in 
Psychology, Meliora Hall, University of Rochester, 
Rochester NY 14627
Institution:  Syracuse University, Dept. of Psychology
Location:     Syracuse, NY, USA
Chair, Department of Psychology. Syracuse University 
seeks a productive scholar and outstanding teacher 
interested in leading a dynamic department. The 
qualifications include: (a) a scholarly record sufficient
for a tenured appointment as full professor in one of the 
four graduate training areas represented in the department
(clinical, experimental, school, and social); (b) evidence
of teaching excellence; (c) evidence of managerial and 
leadership skills; (d) dedication to an administrative
style of shared leadership with the faculty in a student-
centered research university; and (e) the ability to 
nurture a productive research environment for faculty and
students. Candidates should send only an application letter
and vita to: Dr. Vernon C. Hall, 430 Huntington Hall,
Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY 13244-2340. Screening of
applicants will begin immediately and continue until the 
position is filled.  Applications received by December 15,
1995, will be given full consideration.
Institution:  Northeastern Ohio Universities
              College of Medicine, Dept. of Psychiatry
Location:     Akron, OH, USA
The Department of Psychiatry at Northeastern Ohio 
Universities College of Medicine (NEOUCOM) is taking 
applications for the position of Psychiatry
Residency Program Director.  This is a successful, 
small residency, combining resources from three community 
teaching hospitals affiliated with NEOUCOM.

Program support is secured from the teaching hospitals 
and the State Department of Mental Health.  The position 
oversees the training of 16 residents in a fully accredited
four-year program.  Assistance is provided by an Associate 
Director at each of the teaching hospitals.  Duties consist
of coordinating the recruitment, curriculum and supervision 
of residents.

The faculty includes young, dynamic  psychiatrists from 
the private and public sectors who are committed to teaching.
Graduates of the program tend to stay in the area, creating a
progressive, enthusiastic teaching base.

The position is located in Akron, Ohio (designated as an 
All-American City in 1995).  The position involves a 
faculty appointment at NEOUCOM and opportunities for 
clinical practice are offered.

Please send a letter of interest and CV to: 
Residency Training Director Search Committee, 
c/o Sandra Landskroner, Department of Psychiatry, NEOUCOM, 
400 Wabash Avenue, Akron, OH 44307
Phone: (216) 384-6440 ; FAX (216) 996-2943
Email: or
Institution:  Compass Information Services, R&D Division
Location:     King of Prussia, PA, USA
COMPASS Information Services, R&D Division, seeks to hire a
data analyst/research scientist to participate in research
on the outcomes of mental health treatment. COMPASS is a 
small, for-profit research company located 20 minutes from
Philadelphia which develops mental health outcomes 
management systems. Knowledge of statistics, mental illness, 
psychometrics/instrument development and clinical research
required. Familiarity with relational databases helpful. 
Extensive experience and ability with SPSS absolutely
essential. Will primarily be responsible for analyses of a
large, complex data set. May also have responsibility for 
management of data collection for research projects. 
Salary commensurate with experience. Reply to: or fax CV to 610-992-7070 
or mail to: Suite 410, 1060 First Avenue, King of Prussia,
PA, 19406.
Institution:  University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Location:     Pittsburgh, PA, USA
We have recently obtained support for a postdoctoral 
position in neuropsychology.  The primary focus will be 
clinical, with work involving neuropsychological 
assessments in nursing homes, schools, and in multiple 
clinical departments of the University of Pittsburgh 
Medical Center.  Assessments will be conducted across the
full age span.  Many avenues of research activity are 

We are looking for a recent graduate with a strong 
interest in clinical neuropsychology who has some 
experience in the assessment of psychiatric disorders.  
The position will be available shortly after September 1.
Formal announcements as to the availability of this
position will be forthcoming in professional publications.
We are an equal opportunity employer.

If you know of anyone interested in this position, please have
them contact me or send CV and 2-3 letters of support to the
following address: John A. Sweeney, Ph.D., Director, 
Neurobehavioral Studies Program, Director, Psychological and 
Neuropsychological Assessment Program, Western Psychiatric 
Institute and Clinic, 3811 O'Hara Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15213
phone 412-624-9919   FAX 412-624-4962
Institution:  Johns Hopkins, USF, UCLA
Location:     Various locations, USA
A post-doctoral training position is available for an
individual with strong methodological skills who is 
interested in learning about prevention science. The 
primary site for training would be at Johns Hopkins in
Baltimore, MD, but time could be spent at one of three 
other sites: the University of South Florida (with 
Hendricks Brown, Ph.D., Yiliang Zhu, Ph.D., and Jason 
Liao, Ph.D. learing biostatistics), at UCLA (with Bengt
Muthen, Ph.D. learning psychometrics), or at Arizona State
University (with Larry Mayer, M.D., Ph.D. learning 
multi-level analyses). For further information, please 
contact Hendricks Brown (
Applications open until position is filled. AA/EOE.