The Cognitive Control and Psychopathology Lab (Dr. Deanna Barch co-PI) at Washington University in St. Louis is looking for a postdoctoral scholar to fill a position on an NIMH funded grant (collaborative with Dr. Leah Somerville at Harvard) focused on developing a systematic account of age-and pubertal-linked pathways of brain development across multiple modalities of brain structure and function well, as well as coupling across modalities and how both within-modality and cross-modality coupling relate to the rise in internalizing symptoms seen across the emergence of puberty, using both the Human Connectome Project Development and Adolescent Brain and Cognitive Development study. The Washington University site will take the lead on structural and resting state functional connectivity within modality analyses, as well as share responsibility for cross-modality coupling analyses, both in terms of normative development and in relation to risk for psychopathology. The post-doc opportunity will involve learning and applying state of the art neuroimaging techniques to elucidate human brain development. Ideal candidates will hold a Ph.D. in Psychology, Neuroscience, Computer Science, Biomedical Engineering or a related field. To apply, send a CV and a research statement to Deanna Barch () and provide contact information for three references. The starting date is flexible (but can be as soon as May 1st, 2022), and at least a two-year commitment is requested. Review of applications will begin immediately. Washington University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We especially and strongly encourage applications from women and members of minority groups.