UBC International Postdoctoral Fellowship in Canada

Scholarship Description: The University of British Columbia Canada International Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2018, is open to international students. The scholarship enables research, fellowship and postdoctoral programs in the field of teaching at the University of British Columbia. The grant period is. Scholarship Description: The Department of Psychology at the University of British Columbia is now accepting applications for a position as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow. The successful candidate will be primarily under the supervision of Dr. Sheila Woody at the Center for Collaborative Research on Hoarding as part of the federal government-funded research on hoarding. About the University: The University of British Columbia, commonly referred to as UBC, is a public research university with locations and facilities in British Columbia, Canada. Available Topic: The position has two main components: (1) data analysis and outcome creation for our two lines of research, namely our work on the cognitive foundations of hoarding and community hoarding interventions, and (2) managing and evaluating cognitive and weekly diagnostic assessments and monitoring others who conduct these assessments. The postdoctoral fellow will work in part with data collected by community organizations regarding their interventions on issues related to hoarding. Duties include: performing data analysis, providing training and mentoring for affiliate graduates and students, contributing to the writing of scientific manuscripts for publication in peer-reviewed journals, and contributing to the design of research for new projects. Scholarships: Base compensation for this position is CAD 45,000 / year plus benefits for the candidate and eligible dependents. Salary and benefits meet standards set by the University of British Columbia and the Canadian Institutes for Health Research. The successful candidate will also receive a travel allowance of US $ 1,200 / year for attending conferences or academic meetings. The costs associated with the research are covered by the research director’s grants.