Indiana University School of Medicine – Department of Pediatrics Riley Child Development Center at Riley Hospital, IU Health (Indiana's Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities-LEND Program) has one full time tenure track faculty position for a psychologist to support the Neurodevelopmental and Behavioral Center. The location of work may include multiple sites in central Indiana. Responsibilities will consist of developing and sustaining a research program, as well as collaboration with existing clinical teams and other researchers within the department. Other responsibilities may include participation on department committees and teaching of postdoctoral trainees/fellows, medical trainees, and learners from other disciplines.
Candidates must have experience with interdisciplinary team settings (LEND and/or UCEDD experience is preferred), and the ability to contribute to graduate training, community-based continuing education and scholarly activities. Knowledge and experience with trauma-informed systems and treatments, feeding and sleep disorders, and specific disability areas including Down syndrome preferred.
Department Contact for Questions:
Teresa Shearer firstname.lastname@example.org
OAA #: IUSM006462016
Internal Number: 8136
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