The primary responsibility of the Research Assistant (RA) is to provide administrative and research support to research projects of Professor Emily Rothman. Dr. Rothman is presently engaged in three research projects on which this RA will assist:
A RWJ-funded project on opioid use and domestic violence
A NIJ-funded project on adolescent dating abuse
A Lutz Foundation-funded project on domestic violence during COVID
Each study requires the RA to use quantitative and qualitative data collection skills. The Research Assistant will also assist with the development of protocols, coordinate meetings, and provide other administrative support to the PI as needed. The Research Assistant will participate in staff meetings.
Required Master's Degree
1-3 years of experience
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