The University of Sydney's team, led by Professor Paul Haber and Associate Professor Kirsten Morley in the Sydney Medical School at the Faculty of Medicine and Health, conducts clinical research that integrates neurobiological, clinical, and behavioral paradigms to conduct research investigating mechanisms and new treatments for alcohol use disorder with and without comorbid mental disorders. Extensive collaborations with clinicians, neuroscientists (preclinical and clinical), clinical psychologists, geneticists, and biostatisticians enable us to improve our understanding of treatments for the benefit of Australians.
The University of Sydney is seeking a motivated Postdoctoral Research Associate with an interest or background in clinical neuroscience of addictive disorders to join the National Alcohol NHMRC Synergy Research Program. The incumbent will assist in the coordination of this national interdisciplinary program of research (NHMRC Synergy), in addition to contributing to the design, analysis, and publication of clinical neuroscience research aligned with our current program.
This is a very unique opportunity for the right individual to grow as an emerging leader by working closely with national leaders in the field and contributing to the coordination of a national program of high-impact research.