There is an opening for a postdoctoral researcher within Dr. Sarah W. Feldstein Ewing\u2019s Translational Research of Adolescent Change (TRAC) Lab, with opportunities for co-mentorship through Dr. Anna Wilson\u2019s Advancing Research in Pediatric Pain (ARPP) Lab, commencing immediately. The Postdoctoral Scholar directly supports a new longitudinal clinical research study examining risk and protective factors for substance abuse in adolescents prescribed opioids for pain management. Generally, the TRAC Lab focuses on understanding how adolescents change their behavior, and how to improve treatments to maximize their behavior change. The ARPP Lab focuses on biopsychosocial models of pediatric pain prevention. A postdoc in this position would have opportunities to work with large, longitudinal, multimethod (e.g., neuroimaging; actigraphy; lab pain testing) datasets.
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