University of Vermont Postdoctoral position in Drug Abuse Research

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University of Vermont announces availability of NIDA postdoctoral research fellowship positions in an internationally recognized center of excellence on drug abuse. The Human Behavioral Pharmacology Laboratory, est. in 1986, is a research unit of the Department of Psychiatry that studies biological, environmental and pharmacological factors influencing abuse of licit and illicit drugs. Fellows train in wide range of human-laboratory and treatment-outcome research. *Openings with Drs. Stephen T. Higgins on behavioral treatments for cocaine dependence and smoking-cessation in pregnant women and Sarah H. Heil on clinical trials of behavioral interventions to increase contraceptive use among drug-dependent women and lab studies of neonatal abstinence syndrome in opioid-exposed infants. *2-3 yr. Appointment *Applicants must have completed doctoral training in psychology or a related discipline and be U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Trainees are selected on the basis of scholastic record and commitment to drug-abuse research. *Supported by an NIDA/NIH Institutional Training Award. *Forward CV, statement of research interests, 3 letters of reference to Dr. Higgins c/o: Diana Cain, University of Vermont, Dept. of Psychiatry, 1 South Prospect St. UHC - MS#482, Burlington, VT 05401, Email: