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Post Doctoral Fellow
Auburn University

Date Posted Mar. 27, 2024
Title Post Doctoral Fellow
University Auburn University
Auburn, AL, United States
Department Psychology
Application Deadline Open until filled
Position Start Date Available immediately
  • Post-Doc
  • Psychology - General
Dr. Tiffany Brown, the Director of AppearanCe Concerns, Eating, Prevention, and Treatment (ACCEPT) lab at Auburn University is hiring a full-time post-doctoral fellow to work on a National Institute of Mental Health supported R61 focusing on further developing and pilot testing a novel virtually delivered psychosocial treatment for sexual minority adults living with an eating disorder. This R61 was jointly awarded to Dr. Brown and Dr. Aaron Blashill, the Director of Body Image, Sexuality, and Health (BISH) lab at San Diego State University (SDSU); as such, this position will be jointly supervised and mentored by Dr. Brown and Dr. Blashill. This position will involve managing the day-to-day operations of the clinical trial including: overseeing full-time study coordinators and staff across Auburn University and SDSU, working with LGBTQ community partners, working with clinical participants with eating disorders, conducting diagnostic assessments, assisting with data preparation and analysis, working on grant proposals and publications, and working with a large interdisciplinary team at Auburn University, SDSU, and with cross-site collaborators. Supervision towards licensure is available. This position could be remote or in person. For more information about the ACCEPT lab see:

In addition to the roles described above, the candidate will have numerous opportunities for mentored grant-writing (e.g., K awards), conducting secondary data analyses on numerous existing projects across the ACCEPT and BISH labs (including eating disorder prevention data on young sexual minority men), manuscript writing, presentation at national/international conferences, and opportunities to mentor junior members across the labs. This position is a two-year position with the possibility of renewal. This post-doctoral fellowship will help propel the fellow into a tenure-track or research faculty position.

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