Postdoctoral Training Program at the University of Illinois at Chicago

Seeking Postdoctoral Applicants: T32 Precision Lifestyle Medicine and Translation Research (PREMIER) Postdoctoral Training Program at the University of Illinois at Chicago

The program objective is to provide postdoctoral fellows who aspire to be both independent investigators and team scientists in lifestyle medicine the opportunity to develop skills in prevention and control of cardiovascular and respiratory chronic conditions translational research. Fellows can focus their research and skill developments in either of these cores of central interest:

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October 23, 2018 | Karolina Lempert PhD Presents: Experimental Manipulations of Intertemporal Choice: Successes and Limitations

Karolina Lempert, Ph.D. is a postdoctoral scholar at the University of Pennsylvania, affiliated with the Department of Psychology and the Penn Memory Center. She earned her PhD in psychology from New York University, where she was a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow. Her undergraduate degree is in neurobiology from Harvard University. Dr. Lempert’s research examines the individual differences, situational factors, and neural mechanisms that influence intertemporal choices, or choices with consequences that play out over time. She uses a neuroeconomics approach, combining paradigms from behavioral economics with methodological techniques including neuroimaging and psychophysiology. She is the recipient of a Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award from the National Institute on Aging.

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SOBC Spotlight: Interview with Marina Milyavskaya, PhD

In this Spotlight feature we focus on Marina Milyavskaya, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Carleton University. Dr. Milyavskaya’s research focuses on factors that predict successful goal attainment. These factors include trait differences between people as well as situational differences that influence whether individuals succeed or fail to attain goals in particular contexts.

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UCLA Department of Psychology – Biopsychosocial Science of Health search

The UCLA Department of Psychology seeks to hire a tenure-track Assistant Professor or tenured early Associate Professor in the Biopsychosocial Science of Health. We are interested in applicants who are pursuing innovative and collaborative biopsychosocial research on the dynamic interactions among psychological, social, behavioral, and biological factors, and their impact on health and disease. Example topic areas include health across the lifespan, and widely accessible approaches to prevention and intervention. Potential affiliations within the Department of Psychology include health, clinical, social, developmental, and other areas. Ample opportunities exist for collaborative research with UCLA faculty in the David Geffen School of Medicine and the Fielding School of Public Health.

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August 20, 2018 | OBSSR Director’s Webinar Presents: Russell Poldrack, Ph.D., on Toward data-driven ontologies for mental function

Time: Monday, August 20, 2018 1:00 pm (EST)
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Russell A. Poldrack is the Albert Ray Lang Professor in the Department of Psychology and Professor (by courtesy) of Computer Science at Stanford University, and Director of the Stanford Center for Reproducible Neuroscience. His research uses neuroimaging to understand the brain systems underlying decision making and executive function. His lab is also engaged in the development of neuroinformatics tools to help improve the reproducibility and transparency of neuroscience, including the Openneuro.org and Neurovault.org data sharing projects and the Cognitive Atlas ontology.

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