Postdoctoral Scholars, The MIDUS Affective Neuroscience Project at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Institute on Aging

March 27, 2023

The MIDUS Affective Neuroscience Project team led by Dr. Stacey M. Schaefer at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Institute on Aging is seeking two postdoctoral scholars to analyze and publish on data from the national longitudinal Midlife in the US study. MIDUS is an NIA-supported study on aging explicitly focused on all the adult years (25-100+) with multiple longitudinal timepoints over the past +20 years. This is an opportunity to become part of a scientific community that is actively engaged with MIDUS and play a key role in analyzing neuroimaging data in relation to affective, psychophysiological, sociodemographic, behavioral, cognitive, biomarker, and environmental data with an emphasis on understanding the factors that are important for emotional wellbeing, brain health, and brain aging.  Expected position duration is two years with potential for renewal based on funding and performance. Past and current MIDUS Neuroscience postdocs have been highly successful in obtaining NRSA Postdoctoral Fellowships to extend their training experience. Visit to learn more and to learn more about MIDUS in general. Full job ad available at  To apply please send cover letter and CV to: Stacey M. Schaefer,   UW-Madison is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Qualified individuals are encouraged to apply.

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