The Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute at West Virginia University is seeking applications for a Research Scientist to work with the Applied Research program on research program focused on population health and human performance in the area of opioid use disorder. This position will assist the director of Human Performance on research and development projects.
Work independently and/or with a research team to carry out applied research projects focused on understanding and improving patients' outcomes. Duties include the design and implementation of research projects as well as data analysis and reporting of the projects. Utilize tools such as electrophysiological, neuromodulation, cognitive batteries, and subjective questionnaires to measures, assess, and improve the monitoring, assessment, and treatment of opioid addiction
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