Ohio State University Nisonger Center - UCEDD invites applications for a postdoctoral researcher in intellectual disability and autism spectrum disorders. The Nisonger Center offers interdisciplinary clinical and research training in the area of ID/ASD diagnostic clinics, psycho-pharmacotherapy, transition programs, health promotion, applied behavior analysis, dual diagnosis, adult social programs, and scale development. This postdoctoral research fellowship is 12 months in duration, beginning 1 September 2010, with an optional second year. Requirements include a completed doctoral degree in psychology or a related discipline and strong interests/experience in ID or ASD.
The Nisonger Center was founded in 1966 as an interdisciplinary program of The Ohio State University. The Nisonger Center is a federally-funded University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities. We have an interdisciplinary faculty that includes approximately 95 faculty and staff from more than 15 disciplines including: psychology, applied behavior analysis, psychiatry, pediatrics, dentistry, nursing, special education, early childhood education, social work, speech & language pathology, occupational therapy, physical therapy, public health, audiology, and parent advocacy. Our commitment is to excellence in teaching, services, and research.