Congratulations Laurel J Gabard-Durnam, PhD, Northeastern University, Winner of the 2023 Kuchinski Young Investigator Award
Free, FAIR data set at the ISDP Annual Meeting in Utrecht. As the YOUth cohort Study of Utrecht University and Utrecht University Medical Hospital we collect developmental data on brain and behavioral development of thousands of children in the Netherlands. We have made our data FAIR and useable for developmental researchers outside the project and even outside the Netherlands. Our data is a highly valuable data set that will allow researchers to answer many research questions in the area of developmental psychology and developmental psychobiology. We’re also a trailblazer for open science and have recently been awarded the Dutch Data Prize. We also closely collaborate with the Open Science Framework, with whom we’ve developed the YOUth Registry.
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The Child Development Laboratory at the University of Maryland, College Park, under the direction of Dr. Nathan A. Fox at the University of Maryland, College Park seeks a highly qualified postdoctoral fellow with an interest in neurodevelopment and expertise in early adversity.
The Institute of Child Development at the University of Minnesota offers NIMH-funded postdoctoral training via a T32 Institutional Training Grant. The grant supports two two-year postdoctoral traineeship during 2023-2025.
Advancing Studies of Adolescent Development from Bench Science
to Preventive Interventions and Policy Through Interdisciplinary Research
Assistant/Associate Professor in Human Development and Family Science
ISDP 2022 Hybrid: 55th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Developmental Psychobiology – Abstracts of Oral and Poster Presentations
The Shuffrey Lab in the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at NYU Grossman School of Medicine is recruiting a laboratory manager, research assistant, and postdoctoral fellow. Dr. Lauren Shuffrey’s research program examines the role of the prenatal environment on vulnerability for both perinatal maternal mental health concerns and child neurodevelopmental disorders in order to identify mechanisms, objective markers, and modifiable factors associated with resiliency. Dr. Shuffrey’s ongoing projects are primarily focused on the effects of prenatal maternal metabolic disorders, prenatal maternal mood disorders, and substance exposure on child brain-behavioral development from birth through early childhood. Research methodologies broadly include peripheral marker assays (e.g. immunoassays), electroencephalography (EEG), eye-tracking, and behavioral paradigms.
2022 Distinguished Wiley Speaker: Norissa Williams, PhD, MSW, Department of Applied Psychology, NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education & Human Development, New York, USA
Diversifying the Pipeline: Addressing Structural Issues with Structural Interventions
Dr. Norissa Williams holds a doctorate in psychology, a masters in social work and is the CEO of Liberation RPI. Liberation RPI partners with organizations to achieve the aims of liberation through developing their capacity to be anti-racist, anti-oppressive, and develop cultural competence. She accomplishes this through the provision of trainings, needs assessments, strategic action planning, program implementation, facilitation, moderation, coaching and general consultation. Her scholarship relates to culturally embedded processes of coping socialization, cross cultural differences in mental health help-seeking behaviors, critical consciousness development, decolonizing and liberating pedagogical and clinical practices, as well as anti-racist/anti-oppressive practices in organizational contexts.