Post-doctoral Fellowship in Cancer Survivorship at Stanford University

2020    Stanford University is seeking to recruit a highly motivated individual with a doctoral degree in psychology (e.g., clinical, counseling, social, educational), epidemiology, public health, medicine, nursing, or a related social science field with an interest in developing expertise in conducting cancer-related behavioral intervention trials. Individuals from underrepresented racial or ethnic groups are encouraged to apply. Prior research experience or training in behavioral sleep medicine is a plus, but is not essential.  A major focus of the lab is to understand the association between sleep and cancer treatment outcomes. The successful candidate will work as a member of a large, multi-site research team that will evaluate the impact of a behavioral intervention on sleep and be involved in studies evaluating neurocognitive impairment in cancer patients.

This is an open, fully-funded postdoctoral position. Start date for the fellowship is flexible, but ideally would occur by September 1, 2020. [Note: due to the unprecedented challenges related to COVID-19, there will be flexibility with the start date.] The appointment is for one year with the possibility of a 1-2-year extension based on performance and the needs of the lab.

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