LGBTQ Mental Health Postdoctoral Clinical Research Associate in NYC
The Yale LGBTQ Mental Health Initiative, part of the Yale School of Public Health, is seeking a postdoctoral associate to 1) deliver and supervise the delivery of LGBTQ-affirmative cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) from our community-based clinical research lab in NYC and (2) become involved in LGBTQ mental health research, including supporting clinical trials operations, analyzing data, and supporting and leading empirical manuscripts regarding LGBTQ mental health, as interests and background permit. The primary responsibilities for this position are clinical in the context of research.
Clinical Supervisor in LGBTQ+ Mental Health
School of Public Health - Social and Behavioral Sciences
The clinical supervisor will directly deliver evidence-based LGBTQ-affirmative CBT as part of clinical trials and provide supervision to a staff of study therapists, typically graduate students in clinical and counseling psychology. The clinical supervisor will also oversee quality assurance and therapist fidelity to the treatment.
Current Yale Affiliates
Prospective Postdoctoral Associates
In addition to grant-funded postdoctoral positions, we also recruit postdoctoral fellows through competitive fellowship opportunities including the Yale AIDS Prevention Training Program within the Yale Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS.
Prospective Graduate Students
We will be reviewing applications this year for both the Master in Public Health (MPH) program, and the PhD program in Social and Behavioral Sciences at the Yale School of Public Health.
Due to the sheer number of applications we receive, we are unfortunately unable to speak individually with applicants before the interview stage. Out of fairness to all applicants, all applications will be reviewed during the admissions process and there is no need to introduce yourself before this stage – we will review your application. One of the strongest criteria in potential candidates is a demonstrated fit with and excitement about our LGBTQ mental health research program -- you can familiarize yourself with many of the team's current projects by clicking on the “Research” tab above.
Dr. Pachankis will consider applications from students interested in using experimental designs, population-based cohort studies, or clinical trials data to understand and improve the mental health of sexual and gender minority individuals. Students from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Prospective Research Assistants
Our current research assistantships are open to Yale undergraduate and graduate students. Please go to the Yale Student Employment Office website in order to search and apply for current openings.
Science is enhanced by diversity and we embrace and celebrate our team members' diverse identities and perspectives. We welcome applications from any and all Yale students with an interest in LGBTQ mental health research.
We sometimes have full-time and part-time employment positions open to all qualified candidates. As positions become available for non-Yale affiliates, we post those here and on the Yale employment website.