How to Apply Interested applicants should contact Dr. Robinson electronically by sending 1) a letter of interest that addresses experience/interest inu00a0topic area and desired start date 2) CV 3) sample publications (up to three), and 4) two - three letters of reference in PDF format (preferred) to (Indica Sur, Lab Coordinator). In the subject line, indicate CMAH Post-Doctoral Fellowship. Additional information about the lab can be found at Job Summary Faculty Advisor: Dr. Leah E. Robinson (Associate Professor of School of Kinesiology, Director of the Child Movement, Activity, & Developmental Health (CMAH) Lab at the University of Michigan) is seeking Post- Doctoral Fellow for a federally funded (R01) project. CMAH Lab: The CMAH Lab conducts research that takes a developmental perspective to motor skill acquisition, physical activity, and physical health and development in pediatric populations. The fellow will assist on a National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded project that examines the effects of a motor skill intervention on motor competence, physical activity, and perceived motor competence during the early childhood years. University of Michigan: The University of Michigan is a top 5 ranked public university (U.S. News & World Report) with more than 100 top-ranked programs. The 19 schools at the University offer the opportunity for diverse collaborations with public health, environment, medicine, business, biological sciences, and more. School of Kinesiology: The School of Kinesiology is ranked #3 among Kinesiology program in the country (National Academy of Kinesiology). Responsibilities* Expectations and Responsibilities: Include but are not limited to: a) performing the research required by theu00a0facultyu00a0supervisoru00a0atu00a0au00a0high standardu00a0andu00a0inu00a0accordanceu00a0withu00a0allu00a0institutionalu00a0and federal regulations, b) oversee various research studies operations, c) actively engage in writing grants and disseminating research, and d) working in a collegial and cooperative manner with the research team. Required Qualifications* Requirements: 1) PhD in a health-related field (e.g., Kinesiology, Exercise Science, Public Health, Behavioral Sciences, etc.) by the time of appointment, 2) research experience in motor behavior/assessment and/or measurement of physical activity with accelerometers, 3) strong data analysis and processing skills 4) evidence of scholarly ability (e.g., publications in peer-reviewed journals), and 5) excellent verbal and written communication skills.