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Post-Doctoral Fellow
Post-Doctoral Fellow sought for the NICHD-funded Mother -Infant Neurobiological Development (MIND) study, a three-site Harvard Medical School collaboration between Dr. K. Lyons-Ruth at Cambridge Hospital, Dr. E. Grant at Boston Children’s Hospital, and Dr. M. Teicher at McLean Hospital.  The central aim of the research is to explore how maternal stress, brain morphology, and maltreatment history may translate into deviations in infant stress response, infant attachment behavior, and infant neurobiology over the first year of life.  We are seeking a highly motivated post-doctoral candidate in developmental psychology or neuroscience, with an interest in the quality of the early parent-infant relationship and its interface with infant stress response and maternal


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