The postdoctoral fellow will be part of two PROMENTA research groups, Methodological Development and Neighborhood Genetics. The aim of the current project is to investigate the extent to which parental factors, such as income and educational achievement, mediate the familial transmission of psychopathology to children. In addressing these questions, the groups aim to combine recent advances in computational statistical with more established methods in quantitative genetics.
Read more and apply by June 19th here.
The post-doctoral position is available at the Department of Mental Health and Suicide, The Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH). The position is linked to the PROMENTA Research Center where NIPH is a major partner.
Two postdoctoral fellowships are now open for applications at PROMENTA, Department of Psychology.
At the turn of the year, PROMENTA welcomed another two new staff members. Linn Bonaventure Norbom is a post doctoral fellow in the research group on Neurocognitive Development, and Live Skow Hofgaard is a PhD-candidate associated with the Neighborhood Genetics group.