PSYCHOLOGY POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP
IN INTELLECTUAL/DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES and LEADERSHIP
The Carolina Institute for Developmental Disabilities at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (www.cidd.unc.edu)
invites applications for postdoctoral leadership training
The CIDD is home to three core federal training initiatives which offer clinical and research opportunities: University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Education, Research and Service (UCEDD); Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND); and the Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center (IDDRC).
The CIDD offers interdisciplinary clinical and research training designed to promote advanced competencies in intellectual/developmental disabilities. The post-doctoral fellowship allows specialization in intellectual and developmental disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, early childhood, genetic conditions, co-occurring psychiatric/behavioral disorders, community consultations, and pediatric neuropsychology.
The fellowship is a minimum of twelve months in duration, beginning September 1, 2014
with the possibility of a second year of training pending funding. Salary determination follows NIH and university guidelines.
• completed doctoral degree in an applied area of psychology
• clinically-based psychology internship
• demonstrated interest and experience in
, please send a letter detailing professional interests and goals, CV, and three letters of recommendation to Dr. Rebecca Edmondson Pretzel, CIDD, UNC-CH, CB# 7255, Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7255.
Application deadline is January 31, 2014. For additional information, please email Becky.Edmondson@cidd.unc.edu
. UNC is an Equal Opportunity/ADA employer.
Autisms Impact on Families
Several CIDD staff and affiliates, including Dr. Mark Zylka, are featured in WBTV News 3's "On Your Side" special, "Autism: Answers and Understanding". The show examined many of the key issues facing families who have a child on the Autism spectrum.