Positions in behavior analysis and psychology are available for one year in the Center for Autism Spectrum Disorder within the Munroe-Meyer Institute at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. These position are designed to provide interdisciplinary training in research and the provision of clinical services for individuals with genetic and behavior disorders and their families. Training occurs within the fertile clinical, research, and teaching environment of the University of Nebraska Medical Center. The individuals are encouraged to develop an area of clinical expertise, to begin a corresponding programmatic line of research, and to acquire the grant-writing skills necessary for securing extramural funding for the study and treatment of severe destructive behavior are emphasized in the position, but may also pursue the study and treatment of other genetic and behavior disorders.
A vital enterprise in the nation’s heartland, the University of Nebraska Medical Center has its eye on improving the future of health care in Nebraska and beyond. As Nebraska’s only public academic health sciences center, UNMC is committed to the education of a 21st century health care work force, to finding cures and treatments for devastating diseases, to providing the best care for patients, and to serving our state and its communities through award-winning outreach. UNMC also is committed to embracing the richness of diversity, and is a major economic engine for the state of Nebraska. Led by Chancellor Jeffrey P. Gold, M.D., UNMC has six colleges, two institutes and a graduate studies program, serving nearly 4,000 students in more than two dozen programs. Our physician assistant program was recently ranked ninth in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, and our primary care program was ranked 17. The university’s physical therapy, pharmacy and public health programs also are ranked among the top in the country.
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