Assistant Professor in the University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry / Prechter Program
The Department of Psychiatry at the University of Michigan is offering a full-time, tenure track faculty position within the Heinz Prechter Bipolar Research Program, an endowed, internationally-acclaimed research enterprise with projects spanning molecular, clinical, and population health approaches. For the appropriately qualified candidate, this position may be partially supported by an endowed professorship, the Richard Tam Professorship of Translational Bipolar Research, pending approval by the Regents of U-M.
Post-Doctoral Fellow in Department of Psychiatry
The desired candidate will contribute to the ongoing studies at the clinical level, interviewing participants, accessing and analyzing data as well as writing manuscripts.
Bipolar Research Fellowship
The Prechter Bipolar Research Program and the Richard Tam Foundation Fund with the Department of Psychiatry and Depression Center at the University of Michigan offer a Research and Clinical Fellowship training opportunity in translational research in bipolar disorder. This position is centered around an established longitudinal study of bipolar disorder that has been ongoing for 13 years. This study collects a broad spectrum of clinical and biological data and follows individuals bi-monthly with technology-based self-report assessment scales. The academic opportunities within the fellowship include integrated analyses with computational, genetic, and biological data with clinical outcomes measures. Read more about this position.
Postdoctoral Fellow in the CHAI Lab (Computational Human Analysis and Integration Lab)
Keywords: Machine learning, speech processing, and human-centered computing.