For its Neurodevelopment, Cognition, and Behavior research program, the Child Development and Behavior Branch at the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development seeks a program officer who can develop a portfolio of interdisciplinary research on typical and atypical early neurodevelopment that capitalizes on technological advances in neuroimaging, neuro-genomics, and neuro-assessment to examine interrelated developmental changes in brain structure and function, gene regulation and expression, and complex behavior and cognition, in both human and comparative neurobiology studies. Candidates should possess a strong background in developmental cognitive neuroscience and neuroimaging—especially in pediatric populations—with additional expertise in developmental psychology and neuro-genomics with infants and young children.

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For additional information about this position, contact James A. Griffin, Ph.D., at  with a resume and letter of interest.