Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Research Support - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
The Psychology Assistant will perform neuropsychological testing, collect data, interact with many faculty involved in this research as well as many subjects enrolled in this study.
Assist with day to day- activities in the study;
Interact with study participants
Monitor participant data, complete questionnaires
Answer participant questions and keep them inspired about the
Administer the neuropsychological test battery
Score and enter appropriate data into the relational study database
Coordinate scheduling for participant visits across the various components of the study protocol
Become a team member of the study and work with colleagues collaboratively
Maintain day-to-day organization of the Human Phenotyping Cores database, ensuring that it runs smoothly and efficiently
Perform other related duties as assigned
Internal Number: 2020-12669
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