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Aspiring researchers and clinicians seeking to immerse themselves in cutting-edge neurodevelopmental studies, rejoice! The Yale Child Study Center, in collaboration with Cogstate, proudly presents the Yale Fellowship in Translational Developmental Neuroscience. This postgraduate associate position offers a unique blend of experiential learning, mentorship, and research opportunities at the forefront of autism research and clinical trials. Let’s delve into the details of this prestigious fellowship and how you can seize this opportunity to advance your career in translational neuroscience.
|Location: New Haven, CT
|Recruitment: Jan 17, 2024
|Duration: 2 years
|Application Deadline: Feb 15, 2024
|Anticipated Start Date: June 2024
- Recent recipients of bachelor’s or master’s degrees (doctoral degree holders not eligible)
- Background in Psychology, Pre-Med, or Neuroscience
- Research experience and working with children preferred
The selected postgraduate associate will work closely with the Ventola Lab at the Yale Child Study Center, engaging in research focused on brain mechanisms and treatments for neurodevelopmental disorders, particularly autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The fellowship offers a holistic training experience encompassing clinical responsibilities, research endeavors, and participation in industry-sponsored pharmaceutical trials.
To apply for this esteemed fellowship, interested candidates must submit the following materials to Dr. Pamela Ventola via email at email@example.com:
- Letter of interest
- Academic transcript
- One letter of reference
Review of applications will commence immediately and continue until the position is filled. All application materials must be received by February 15th, 2024.
The Yale Fellowship in Translational Developmental Neuroscience offers a transformative experience for postgraduate scholars eager to immerse themselves in cutting-edge research and clinical practice. With mentorship from Dr. Pamela Ventola and the esteemed faculty at the Yale Child Study Center, this fellowship provides a launchpad for impactful contributions to the field of neurodevelopmental disorders. Seize this opportunity to embark on a journey of discovery, innovation, and professional growth at Yale University.