The Department of Psychiatry at Columbia University is seeking a qualified assistant professor-level scientist to help run a mental disorders prevalence study. This person will lead projects related to populations with serious mental illnesses in areas of interest to researchers in the Division of Behavioral Health Services and Policy Research. Applicant is expected to seek grant support for his/her salary and the execution of the projects as well as be supported by new and ongoing projects of other investigators. The junior scientist will report to the Division Director. The applicant for this position will qualify for academic appointment in the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia as Instructor/Assistant professor, rank to be commensurate with experience.
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