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Midwest Regional T32 Post-Doctoral Training Program in Eating Disorders Research

  • 1.  Midwest Regional T32 Post-Doctoral Training Program in Eating Disorders Research

    ICED 2020 Attendee
    Posted 22 Sep, 2020 16:38
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    The Midwest Regional Post-Doctoral Training Program in Eating
    Disorders Research is currently soliciting applications for the 2021
    class to begin a fellowship in the summer of 2021. This NIMH-funded
    post-doctoral T-32 fellowship is located at three sites: The
    University of Chicago, the University of Minnesota, and Sanford
    Research/University of North Dakota. Post-doctoral training is
    available in a wide variety of areas of eating disorders research with
    a diverse group of mentors across the three sites.

    Potential applicants are encouraged to contact the Program Director,
    Scott Crow, M.D., or the individual site directors at the site(s) in
    which they are most interested:

    University of Minnesota
    Dr. Scott Crow

    University of North Dakota
    Dr. Stephen Wonderlich

    University of Chicago
    Dr. Jennifer Wildes

    Applicants should be prepared to provide the following materials:

    A letter of intent and statement of interests
    Curriculum vitae
    Reprints of prior scientific publications
    Three letters of reference; one should be from a director of clinical
    training (if background to date is in psychology), residency training
    director (if background to date is in psychiatry), or equivalent
    figure if training is in other disciplines; the second and third
    should be from other academic references

    The application materials are currently being solicited for all sites.
    The application deadline is October 23, 2020, but applications are
    accepted on a rolling basis until slots are filled.

    Heather A. Davis, Ph.D.
    T32 Postdoctoral Fellow
    Eating Disorders Program
    University of Chicago