Department of Medicine
IM - Gastroenterology
GI Health Psychologist
The Washington University School of Medicine’s Division of Gastroenterology is searching for a full-time clinician track faculty member of any rank. The appointee will provide assessments and evidence-based interventions for patients in gastroenterology as part of a collaborative multi-disciplinary team of professionals providing integrated outpatient services to gastroenterology (GI) patients. Typical patients have GI disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome, functional pain, GI motility disorders, inflammatory bowel diseases, celiac disease, and others. Opportunities for program development, teaching, and research are available depending on interest. We especially welcome applicants with training and experience in psychogastroenterology, behavioral medicine, biofeedback, and evidence-based treatment for medical and psychiatric conditions. Academic rank and compensation will be commensurate with experience.
Qualified applicants must 1) have a PhD in Clinical, Counseling or Clinical Health Psychology from an APA-accredited doctoral program, 2) hold or be eligible for a Missouri license in Psychology, and 3) have completed an internship at an APA-accredited site.
Please submit the application including a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and 3 letters of recommendations.
No end date
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