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Position Available


Location: Boston, MA
Employer: Harvard Medical School

Postdoctoral Research Fellowships in Psychiatric Epidemiology, PTSD, and Suicide



Minimum Requirements:

Contact Name:

Audrey Kalmus

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Posted: 12/11/2017
EpiMonitor ID: 2017-2467

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One or more postdoctoral fellows are sought to work with a distinguished interdisciplinary team of researchers carrying out psychiatric epidemiological research on posttraumatic stress disorder, suicidal behaviors, and other mental health outcomes in a number of community and clinical epidemiological samples. Fellows will collaborate in the design of data analysis plans, interpretation of results, and publication of reports on prevalence, risk factors, and societal consequences of mental disorders and suicidal behaviors. This position offers unparalleled opportunities for early career development, publication, grant writing, and supervision by world leaders in psychiatric epidemiology.  Several former fellows have been successful in securing independent funding during the course of their fellowships, including NIH Career Development Awards.

Strong writing skills and ability to work in a collaborative interdisciplinary environment are required. Strong quantitative aptitude is also required. A minimum two-year commitment is required. Clinical experience preferred but not required.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis when all materials are received. Start date is flexible (e.g., immediate or Summer 2018). Please direct any questions to Audrey Kalmus at

Send curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, and a cover letter via email to Audrey Kalmus at or via mail to:

Professor Ronald Kessler
c/o Audrey Kalmus
Department of Health Care Policy
Harvard Medical School
180A Longwood Avenue
Boston, MA 02115

For more information on the Department of Health Care Policy, please visit For more information on Dr. Kesslerís current work, please visit



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