A postdoctoral position in alcohol research is available now through an NIAAA T32 institutional training grant between SDSU and UC San Diego in San Diego, CA. Postdoctoral appointees are supported for twelve-month, full-time appointments with the ability to receive up to two years of support based upon acceptable progress during their initial year. Qualified candidates must be U.S. citizens (or permanent resident or noncitizen national of the U.S.) and have completed their doctoral degree requirements in the clinical and behavioral sciences. Specific areas of alcohol research include fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, adolescent and adult alcohol/substance use disorders, risk and protective factors for alcoholism, alcohol and brain disease, neurobiological/behavioral effects of alcoholism, neuropsychological function, structural and functional neuroimaging, interventions, and psychiatric and medical comorbidity. Fellows will conduct research with their mentor, including comprehensive literature reviews and participation in data collection and analysis. Fellows are expected to become involved in manuscript and grant writing, to participate in alcohol research training program seminars, and present at national meetings (e.g., Research Society on Alcoholism). Faculty mentors include Drs. Edward Riley (Director), Susan Tapert (co-Director), Robert Anthenelli, Kara Bagot, Sandra A. Brown, Mariana Cherner, Cindy Ehlers, Jay Giedd, Igor Grant, Joanna Jacobus, Terry Jernigan, Ksenija Marinkovic, Sarah Mattson, David Moore, Mark Myers, Sonya Norman, Marc Schuckit, Andrea Spadoni, Michael Taylor, Jennifer Thomas, Ryan Trim, Tamara Wall, and Matt Worley. To apply please complete the online form (http://niaaa-t32.sdsu.edu/apply/) and submit your CV, personal statement, and the names of three references to Edward Riley's assistant, Jill Vander Velde, vanderv@sdsu.edu. Open until position filled.