The Prenatal Environment And Child Health (PEACH) study at OHSU is conducting studies on pregnant women and their children in the areas of diet, nutrition, behavior, learning, and cognitive functioning under the direction of Principal Investigators (PIs), Elinor Sullivan PhD and Joel Nigg, PhD.
The Research Assistant duties include:
Recruiting participants, scheduling visits and collecting biological samples, running data collection visits with participants including behavioral assessment with children
Preparing and processing materials needed for each research visit, filing, copying, data processing and other general duties in support of the goals of the study
Attending weekly laboratory staff meetings with the PIs and senior staff members
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