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Licensed Clinical Psychologist (Faculty Position)

The UCSF Department of Psychiatry is hiring two full-time faculty level positions for licensed clinical psychologists to join the Eating Disorders Program as Assistant Clinical Professors. The UCSF Eating Disorders Program is a comprehensive, evidence-based program that provides outstanding clinical care for individuals with eating disorders (up to age 25) and their families. Services offered within this program include comprehensive psychiatric and medical evaluations, evidence-based individual and family therapies, as well as ongoing medical and medication management. The incoming psychologists will join an evidence-based, highly collaborative multidisciplinary team to expand our capacity to provide primarily outpatient services to individuals and families. They would also have the opportunity to provide services in the five-day Intensive Family Treatment for Eating Disorders program and expand outpatient services in our satellite locations in the Bay Area.

For additional information about these positions, please contact Daniel Le Grange, PhD, Director of the Eating Disorders Program ([email protected]

T32 Postdoctoral Fellow Position

We are recruiting a T32 Postdoctoral Fellow to join the 2022 cohort of scholars in the Clifford Attkisson Clinical Services Research Training Program. The CSRTP is NIMH-funded fellowship that is now in its 36th year, providing training and support to junior investigators who are interested in clinical services research. The fellowship is grant funded for a minimum of one year with a two-year commitment preferred. https://psych.ucsf.edu/clifford-attkisson-clinical-services-research-training-program

This position will begin in July 2022 and will provide mentored training and experience in eating disorders research under the supervision of Drs. Daniel Le Grange and Sasha Gorrell. In addition to training in relevant research methods, grant writing, and professional development, primary activities for the Fellow will consist of participation in ongoing and upcoming research opportunities within the UCSF Eating Disorders Program.

Interested parties can contact Dr. Le Grange directly for more information: [email protected]