You will combine clinical work and translational clinical research in precision psychiatry, working at an outpatient unit with a special focus on early detection and intervention in young people with emerging mental disorders. This position is embedded in a clinical research environment with an interdisciplinary team of neuroscientists, psychiatrists, psychologists, biologists and physicists, and contributes to a number of large national and international collaborative research projects.
This position requires a relevant degree in psychology or medicine and excellent command of both German and English. You should have a strong translational interest in clinical research and applications and display high levels of initiative, persistence and team spirit. Previous experience with early psychosis intervention, neuroimaging/EEG, computational psychiatry meth-ods or IT and programming skills are highly advantageous.
We offer you the possibility of excellent clinical training combined with excellent mentoring towards your PhD thesis or Habilitation and support in the design and submission of your own re-search proposals. The University of Lübeck provides an excellent multidisciplinary and interac-tive environment with psychiatric research-dedicated facilities (https://psychiatry.uni-luebeck.de/) within the Center for Brain, Behaviour and Metabolism (https://www.cbbm.uni-luebeck.de/nc/cbbm.html) and the Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy Lübeck.
The position is available immediately and applications will be considered until the position is filled. Please submit your CV per email to Prof. Stefan Borgwardt (email@example.com). Only submissions written in English will be accepted.
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