Northwestern University's Center for Behavioral Intervention Technologies (CBITs) has three openings. The center works to develop scientific methods to study Behavioral Intervention Technologies from development to implementation.
The openings are for a postdoctoral fellow in digital mental health, assistant research professor in digital mental health, and assistant associate professor in eHealth/mHealth.
The successful candidate for the postdoctoral fellow position will have a strong record of publications, experience in use of technology and mental health, and experience with quantitative or qualitative research methods.
The faculty position of assistant research professor in digital mental health will lead two complementary lines of research focused on digital mental health. One project will focus on developing personal sensing methods that use phone sensor data to detect behaviors and states related to depression in real time. The second area focuses on implementation of technology-enabled interventions for depression and anxiety in the context of real world care settings.
The position of assistant associate professor in eHealth/mHealth is a tenure-eligible position and will be in CBITs and the Department of Medical Science. The successful candidate will be have demonstrated an innovative programmatic approach to research, an outstanding record of scholarly publication and have a history of extramural funding. They are also looking for expertise that can foster multidisciplinary relationshiops.
To find out more about these positions go to http://cbits.northwestern.edu/careers/.