Post-Doctoral Fellowship Opportunities
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Clinical Research
Under the umbrella of clinical research initiatives led by Drs. Peter Szatmari and Aristotle Voineskos, Drs. Nicole Kozloff and Madison Aitken are pleased to provide a 1-year Clinical-Research Post-Doctoral Fellowship in the Margaret and Wallace McCain Centre for Child, Youth and Family Mental Health. The Post-Doctoral Fellow will support a team of clinicians and researchers in piloting and launching an evidence-based model of care used to treat children and youth with complex mental health needs. This opportunity will provide great experience in working with a large multidisciplinary team and will provide both clinical and research experience supporting the implementation and evaluation of the study. Opportunities to become involved in clinical care may also be available, including a supervised practice with the College of Psychologists of Ontario. This is a full-time fellowship, with the potential for multiyear renewal. Please see the position description for more information.
Joint CAMH & University of Guelph Postdoctoral Fellowship
Dr. Kristel Thomassin, Director of the Child Emotion and Mental Health lab at the University of Guelph, and Drs. Andrade and Aitken at CAMH, are seeking an outstanding Postdoctoral Fellow for a large-scale clinical trial testing the biobehavioural regulation of negative emotion as a transdiagnostic mechanism of change in psychotherapy for child anxiety, depression, and disruptive behavior. The Fellow will work collaboratively with a dynamic and passionate research team and directly with study PIs (Drs. Thomassin, Andrade, and Aitken) to direct and oversee this clinical trial. The Fellow will provide clinical training to mental healthcare providers, implement supervised treatment with children and families, train and oversee practicum students and research assistants, and collaborate with knowledge users and stakeholders. Opportunities may also include up to 1 day per week to be involved in direct clinical services as part of supervised practice. Other opportunities include access to datasets for manuscripts, grant writing mentorship, and support for the Fellow to develop an independent program of research.