RESEARCH SCIENTIST POSITION in PREVENTION RESEARCH The Prevention Research Center of Pennsylvania State University (www.prevention.psu.edu) announces the availability of an early- to mid-career research scientist position in the area of family and community-based prevention research. The PRC at Penn State is an internationally recognized leader in prevention science. The position will offer the opportunity for involvement in several innovative prevention research projects with Drs. Mark Feinberg and Mark Greenberg. The ideal individual will have strong data analytic and writing skills, as well as the ability to coordinate project activities. The individual selected will be encouraged and supported in publishing and developing an independent line of investigation. Penn State offers many opportunities for collaboration with experts in a variety of fields, as well as seed grants to develop new ideas. Opportunity to gain increased expertise in prevention and analytic methods will be provided through seminars, workshops, and/or classes. Applicants should have relevant research experience, and a capacity to work closely with others. To apply, please email a letter of interest and vita to Michelle Hostetler ([email protected]). In a brief cover letter: (1) Please state when you are available to start. (2) List competencies and experience in specific advanced statistical techniques, if any (e.g. multi-level modeling, SEM, longitudinal analysis, etc.). Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Penn State is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.