Postdoctoral Position in Trauma and Alcohol Use at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Recruiting a Postdoctoral Associate to work in Dr. David DiLillo’s VISTA lab, housed in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Department of Psychology. Members of the VISTA lab conduct research on the causes, consequences, and prevention of trauma and interpersonal violence, particularly involving alcohol use. The Postdoctoral Associate will collaborate with Dr. DiLillo and colleagues to publish peer reviewed papers, write and submit grants, mentor undergraduate and graduate students, and assist with management of ongoing NIAAA-funded projects. The Postdoctoral Associate will also have opportunities for mentorship and collaboration with other UNL faculty, including Dr. Sarah Gervais and Dr. Anna Jaffe. The position is ideal for individuals seeking to pursue a research-intensive faculty position. Although the position is open to applicants from any area of psychology, clinical/counseling psychology applicants will have opportunities to earn supervised postdoctoral hours toward licensure. Minimum qualifications: doctoral degree in psychology or a related field; successful history of peer reviewed publications, preferably in the areas of trauma and/or alcohol use; and the ability to conduct data analyses using SPSS, Mplus, R, or other statistical packages.

To apply, email the following documents to Dr. David DiLillo at 1) letter of application with brief narrative addressing qualifications for the position; 2) CV, and; 3) contact information for three professional references. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and continue until the position is filled. The start date is flexible but anticipated by August, 2023. Salary is competitive.

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