Research Support - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Position Type : Full Time
The Brain Behavior Laboratory is recruiting a Clinical Research Coordinator A to help investigators conduct behavioral and multi-modal neuroimaging research examining both normal and abnormal development of executive function in adolescence. The position will draw on a wide range of skills and provide learning opportunities in diverse areas. Responsibilities will include assisting with: clinical assessment of youth psychiatric symptoms; recruiting, scheduling, and assessing subjects; acquisition of data for behavioral and multi-modal MRI experiments; maintenance of regulatory documents and correspondence. Opportunities for data analysis and writing manuscripts abound. Position is contingent on continued funding.
Internal Number: 43846
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