The Center for Psychiatric Oncology & Behavioral Sciences in the Department of Psychiatry of Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) / Harvard Medical School (HMS) is seeking a Clinical Psychology Postdoctoral Research Fellow for two years. The postdoctoral fellow will also be a member of the Cancer Outcomes Research & Education (CORE) Program in the MGH Cancer Center. The fellow will be eligible for two years of salary (competitive) support through one MGH-funded and one NIH-funded grant. They will have an academic appointment at HMS and should have completed the requirements for their Ph.D. Ideal applicants are those who plan to transition to an academic position after the fellowship period. The fellow will devote 80-85% of effort to psychosocial oncology/cancer outcomes research and 15-20% to clinical work and supervision in the psychiatric oncology service. Supervised hours for licensure are assured, as is a wealth of opportunities for multidisciplinary research collaboration and extensive mentorship. A successful candidate will have a strong demonstrated interest and experience in clinical intervention research in psychosocial oncology and cancer outcomes, and those with experience working with people with different types of cancer, their family and/or friend caregivers, cancer survivors, or those at end-of-life are encouraged to apply.
For the full position announcement contact Jamie Jacobs, PhD at [email protected].