The Autism Child & Family Lab at the Hebrew University is committed to asking questions whose answers will improve the lives of children with autism and other developmental disabilities and their families. Our work focuses on families and systems as mechanisms for understanding and affecting phenotypic heterogeneity. We are part of a national network of sites working with the National Autism Research Center at Ben Gurion University, committed to exploring the early development of autism.

We are recruiting a developmental or clinical psychologist, OR a postdoctoral fellow to coordinate diagnostic evaluations that will be at the heart of an exciting new project.



  • Conduct and supervise gold-standard diagnostic assessments for young children with autism.

  • Work closely with graduate students and lab PI on conceptualizing and producing meaningful research based on data already in the lab and data collected through these evaluations.

  • Be on campus (Mt. Scopus) at least 2 days a week


Qualified candidates:

  • Preference for licensed psychologists with התמחות, expertise in the diagnosis of young children with autism and developmental concerns, as well as training on the ADOS.



    Significant expertise in diagnostic evaluations for young children with autism.


  • Have proven track records of publications and research productivity


Start date January 2022 or sooner.

Interested candidates should please send a statement of interest, CV and names of two recommenders to: