The University of Missouri’s Research Excellence Program (REP) Program is designed to enhance research activity at the university. The REP program provides funding to selected high performing University of Missouri (MU) faculty to hire postdoctoral scholars to further research productivity and postdoctoral preparation for grant writing and careers in the professoriate. Applicants should demonstrate a strong research record and an interest in applying for early career awards during the REP postdoctoral fellowship. The REP postdoc positions are renewable for up to three years and provide research and professional development opportunities. International scholars are welcome to apply. Start date is negotiable, between January 1 and August 1, 2022. We are currently accepting applications for postdoctoral scholars to work with one of five University of Missouri REP faculty:
Dr. Wendy Reinke – Department of Educational School & Counseling Psychology
Dr. Reinke co-directs the Missouri Prevention Science Institute (MPSI). The MPSI is a team of interdisciplinary scholars, including other postdoctoral fellows, working across 11 currently funded school- and community-based research projects, including the National Center for Rural School Mental Health. Dr. Reinke is a licensed psychologist and prevention scientist conducting large-scale research focused on school mental health, prevention of disruptive behavior problems in children, and implementation science.
To be eligible for the MU Research Excellence Program (REP), applicants must have completed their doctoral degree, or expect to complete their degree by the initial start date of their postdoctoral position.
Application Materials Application review will begin October 25, 2021 and will continue until the positions is filled.
Please apply online: https://tinyurl.com/5an2w9hp