Job Requisition Number: 24990. The Helen Wills Neuroscience lnstitule (HWNI) was established in 1999-2000 to provide nexus for the multidisciplinary research being conducted by neuroscientists campus-wide. The institute provides administrative and research support to these faculty, to the Neuroscience Graduate Program and to several Technical Centers and Organized Research Units (ORU's): the Institute of Cognitive and Brain Sciences (ICBS), the Functional Genornics Lab (FGL), the Brain Imaging Cenler (BIC), the Molecular Imaging Center (MIC) and the Redwood Center for Theoretical Neuroscience.
This successful candidate will serve as the key staff member responsible for data management and data analysis of PET imaging data obtained as part of a multicenter clinical trial.
•Perform neuropsychological tests, score test results, and enter results into a database •Assist during PET and MRI scans, operate scanners independently •Recruit subjects for participation in research studies •Perform data analysis and maintain databases•BA or BS preferably in psychology or neuroscience, or related fields and/or equivalent work experience. •Familiarity with measures of cognitive functioning •Familiarity with standard office software •Familiarity with multiple operating systems (Linux, Unix, OSX, Windows) •Familiarity with statistics, including the use of standard statistical hypothesis-testing software such as SPSS, SAS, Statistica, or R. •Organized, detail oriented, good record-keeping •Good interpersonal skills and communication ability
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