Psychology Job Wiki 2023-2024: Predocs

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Medical University of South Carolina, Research Assistant Dr. Julianne Flanagan's Family Recovery Research Lab at MUSC is seeking a Research Assistant to join our team this summer 2024! If you are interested, please click the link to apply! https://musc.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/MUSC/job/ROPER-MEDICAL-OFFICE-BUILDING/UNIV---Research-Program-Assistant---Psychiatry--Addiction-Sciences-Division_R-0000031188-1

Clinical Research Coordinator/Lab Manager, Rutgers University The Addiction & Decision Neuroscience Lab at Rutgers University (www.konovalab.com) is looking for a full-time clinical research coordinator/lab manager to start Summer 2024. The lab uses behavioral, neuroimaging, and cognitive modeling techniques to examine decision making in health and drug addiction, with a particular focus on person-level, dense longitudinal characterization of risk and resilience factors in addiction recovery. Candidates will gain experience in all aspects of the research process, with primary responsibilities including but not limited to: acquisition of behavioral, clinical, and brain imaging data in healthy community volunteers and patient populations; subject recruitment, screening, and clinical interviewing; management and analysis of datasets; contributing to scientific writing and presentation; training and supervising students; and lab management and administrative duties. To apply, please send your CV and a brief description of your research interests to ude.sregtur|avonok.anna#ude.sregtur|avonok.anna. (Posted 6/27/24)

Florida International University, Study Coordinator/Lab Manager The Neural Dynamics of Control Laboratory (www.NDCLab.com) with the Center for Children and Families seeks a full-time study coordinator/lab manager. This individual will support NIMH-funded research projects that seek to understand the longitudinal relations among brain, behavior, and the emergence of social anxiety during adolescence. This position is on-site in Miami, Florida. The main duties involve assisting with participant recruitment & scheduling, data monitoring, managing IRBs, and drafting and revising protocols. This position also manages the lab's day-to-day operations. job ad; applications accepted on a rolling basis (ad posted on 06/18/2024)

Full-Time Clinical Research Assistant/Study Coordinator, The Ohio State University The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health at The Ohio State University is seeking a full-time Clinical Research Assistant/Study Coordinator to join the Mindfulness Lab led by Dr. Anthony King. Research in the lab focuses on the neural correlates of mindfulness-based interventions for individuals with posttraumatic stress, depression, and chronic distress. Duties include administration of fMRI/EEG, managing of day-to-day lab processes, recruitment and enrollment, and data acquisition and analysis for various ongoing projects. Anticipated start late June/early July. To apply please submit an official application through Workday [https://osu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/OSUCareers/job/Clinical-Research-Assistant--HS-_R105527] and e-mail ude.cmuso|balssenlufdnim#ude.cmuso|balssenlufdnim with a CV/resume, cover letter, and 2-3 references (if not in cv). Posted: 5/30/24

Full-Time Clinical Research Assistant, Rhode Island Hospital-Hasbro Children's Hospital/Brown University The Pediatric Asthma and Health Disparities Research Program, based at Rhode Island Hospital and affiliated with the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, seeks a full-time Clinical Research Assistant. Principal Investigator Dr. Daphne Koinis-Mitchell. The Clinical Research Assistant will dive into innovative research studies focusing on pediatric behavioral health, specifically exploring asthma and sleep patterns among urban school aged children. Preference given to candidates bilingual in English and Spanish. Posted: 05/23/24.
To view details about the position and apply, please submit (1) CV or resume, (2) cover letter, and (3) list of 2-3 references via link: [https://jobs.lifespan.org/search/jobdetails/clinical-research-asst/e8b5e51d-c10f-4dcb-a463-fcfffa6f4989]

Full-time Lab Coordinator, University of Notre Dame The Psychophysiology of Affect across the Lifespan (PAL) Lab at the University of Notre Dame, housed in the Department of Psychology, is a highly collaborative research group exploring emotion and social processes in relation to depression and depression risk in individuals and families. Under the supervision of Dr. Kaylin Hill, the person in this position will have a vital role in the PAL Lab including coordinating studies and participating in many aspects of the research process. ([https://jobs.nd.edu/postings/34478]; deadline 06/02/2024)

Full-time Clinical Research Coordinator, Medical College of Wisconsin This position involves working closely with Principal Investigators Dr. Kelly Rentscher and Dr. Jennifer Knight in the Department of Psychiatry and MCW Cancer Center in Milwaukee, WI. The Clinical Research Coordinator will perform the day-to-day research and administrative activities for the biobehavioral oncology clinical research program, which investigates psychosocial stress, inflammatory and aging biology, and health disparities in cancer survivorship populations. For additional details, please see the job posting: https://careers.peopleclick.com/careerscp/client_medcollegewi/external_staff/gateway.do?functionName=viewFromLink&jobPostId=31787&localeCode=en-us. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Anticipated start date is June 2024.

Binghamton University (SUNY) Full-time Project Coordinators. The Binghamton Mood Disorders Institute is seeking 2 full-time Project Coordinators to assist with an NIMH-funded study examining markers of risk in infants of moms with postpartum depression, including transactional relations between mother and infant affect, attention, and psychophysiology. Anticipated start is July 2024. [https://rfbu.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=175610 ]

Full-Time Research Lab Manager, Sustainability & Social Change Lab @ Northeastern University Great position for post-baccalaureates and those interested in pursuing research careers in the social sciences. Please see description at https://drive.google.com/file/d/16TAZtiFJBXvPkXK5cTij0bOLJPs6kLmj/view?usp=sharing . Read more about the lab at ssclab.squarespace.com. Interested applicants should send a CV, cover letter, and writing sample to the current lab manager, Clara Riggio (ude.nretsaehtron|oiggir.c#ude.nretsaehtron|oiggir.c), by May 24, 2024.

Full-Time Assistant Clinical Research Coordinator, UNC-Chapel Hill Department of Psychiatry Dr. Cope Feurer at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) is seeking a full-time Assistant Clinical Research Coordinator to assist with an NIMH-funded research project integrating affective neuroscience (fMRI, EEG), physiology, and ecological momentary assessment (EMA) to examine predictors of stress generation and depression risk in female adolescents. This position is ideal for someone who is planning on applying to PhD programs in Clinical Psychology with an interest in risk factors for youth internalizing psychopathology. Please see application link below with more information. Deadline is Monday May 6, 2024. https://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/279174

Full-Time Project Coordinator/Lab Manager at University of Delaware Support research on multiple studies focusing on learning and motivation in K-12 and university students, especially in STEM and technology contexts. In-school observations/data collection; in-lab studies, including eye-tracking; data cleaning and analysis; opportunity to author presentations and publications. In-person only. Application review begins immediately and will continue until position is filled. Job ad at: https://careers.udel.edu/cw/en-us/job/500951/research-associate-i Posted 4/26/24

Full-Time Research Specialist at Emory University Department of Psychiatry (Summer; in-person or remote) to transition to the University of New Mexico Department of Psychology (January 2025; in-person). The Research Specialist will help edit and proof grant proposals, annual grant reports, and manuscripts for publication. The Research Specialist will also help set up psychophysiological equipment and functional magnetic resonance neuroimaging (fMRI) protocols, recruit participants, collect and analyze fMRI data, utilize an ecological momentary assessment (EMA) mobile application, and collect and analyze EMA data. The Research Specialist will be heavily involved in all phases of the research process while also helping to administer the day-to-day functioning of the lab. This position is ideal for a recent college graduate hoping to gain more research experience prior to pursuing a Ph.D. The applicant must be willing to relocate to Albuquerque, New Mexico, to start at the University of New Mexico in January 2025. Here is the job ad: https://staff-emory.icims.com/jobs/126206/grady-trauma-project---research-specialist/job?mobile=false&width=1140&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-300&jun1offset=-240 Posted: 04/25/2024

Two Full-time Research Assistants, University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). The Post Baccalaureate Research Assistants will support the research efforts of the UIC ACCESS for Mental Health Lab, specifically a NIMH-funded R01 study titled “Patient Navigators for Children’s Community Mental Health Services in High Poverty Urban Communities”. The purpose of the study is to examine the effectiveness of navigators in engaging families within children’s mental health systems for Black and Latinx children, aged 0-14, who live in high poverty urban communities.

This position entails a variety of skills and tasks dealing with the execution of a large community-based research study. The successful candidate be exceptionally detail oriented, possess strong oral and written communication skills, the ability to juggle multiple tasks and strong interpersonal skills. Specific tasks include following established research protocols to recruit and consent participants, collect and manage quantitative and qualitative data, coordinate the maintenance of data collection and analyses tools (e.g., via REDCap), and maintain positive relationships with community partners. The candidate will also prepare research results for presentations and reports, with opportunities to contribute to publications, grants, and presentations. The candidate may perform other duties related to psychological research and participate in special projects as assigned. See job ad for details: https://uic.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/9347?c=uic. Email Tara Mehta (ude.ciu|athemt#ude.ciu|athemt) with any questions!

Full-Time Clinical Research Assistant, The Miriam Hospital/Brown University The Center for Behavioral and Preventive Medicine, based at The Miriam Hospital and affiliated with the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, seeks a full-time Clinical Research Assistant. Under the general supervision of the Principal Investigator Dr. Sharon Lee, the Clinical Research Assistant will perform a variety of duties associated with conducting protocols for research studies on psychological stress and cardiovascular health funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the American Heart Association (AHA). Posted: 04/21/24.
Details about the position: https://tinyurl.com/TMHBrownCRA
To apply, please submit (1) CV or resume, (2) cover letter, and (3) list of 2-3 references via link: https://jobs.lifespan.org/search/jobdetails/clinical-research-assistant/f6398e6b-49cf-41e2-aa27-38fdc6a7188e

Full Time Research Support Specialist at Stony Brook University: Mental Healthcare for All Lab. The lab is hiring a full-time research support specialist at Stony Brook who will help support several implementation science/mental health services projects. Most of these projects focus on the well-being of sexual and gender minority (SGM) people. The ideal candidate would be someone who is looking for two years of research experience after graduating college/a Master's program. The position is hybrid, with over half of our lab activities being remote. You can live in New York City (as I and most of our lab members do). Apply by 4/29/2024. Here is the job ad: https://stonybrooku.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?job=2401180&tz=GMT-04%3A00&tzname=America%2FNew_York

Full Time Research and Outreach Coordinator: Deepest Beliefs Lab at UNC Chapel Hill. The Deepest Beliefs Lab and Center For the Science of Moral Understanding, directed by Dr. Kurt Gray, are seeking a full-time Research and Outreach Coordinator. This position will manage lab-related research outreach, assist with daily lab administration, and have opportunities to work on their own relevant lines of research. Start date is summer or fall 2024. Application deadline is 05/01/24. For more information, see [https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5e57f82eb306fc38c7637f33/t/66149fab0fd58f36e4da54bb/1712627627426/DBL+Job+Posting.pdf].

Full-time lab manager position at the University of Virginia. The Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy at the University of Virginia seeks a Lab Manager to work with Professor Sophie Trawalter and Associate Professor Gabrielle (Gabe) Adams, in collaboration with the Psychology Department (Social Area) and the Darden School of Business (Leadership and Organizational Behavior Area). Start date is negotiable but will ideally begin in July 2024. For more information, see https://uva.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/UVAJobs/job/Charlottesville-VA/Social-Psychology-Lab-Manager_R0059332 Posted April 2024

Full-time Associate in Research (Lab Manager), Duke University. The Mind & Culture (MAC) Lab, directed by Dr. Dorsa Amir in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke University seeks a full-time Associate in Research (acting Lab Manager) beginning ideally August 2024 (flexible). The initial appointment will be for one year, with the possibility to extend for additional years based on performance and funding. Upload CV/resume, cover letter, and contact info for references here: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/27431.

Full-time Research Coordinator, University of Chicago The Addictive, Compulsive, and Impulsive Disorders (ACID) Lab is seeking a full-time research coordinator to assist Dr. Jon E. Grant with clinical trials and observational studies involving subjects with SUDs, OCD, BPD, trichotillomania, excoriation disorder, and more. Responsibilities include handling IRB submissions, advertising for studies, screening and scheduling participants, seeing participants at study visits, administering psychological questionnaires and scales, drawing blood and processing biological specimens, managing regulatory documents and study records, entering data into various databases, analyzing data, conducting original research projects, and presenting at conferences/writing papers. Applications are due by 04/15/24, and the position would begin in June 2024. Interested candidates should send a CV/resume and cover letter. See [https://uchicago.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/External/job/Research-Assistant_JR25634] for details.

Two Full-time Research Assistants, Sleep Laboratory, Baylor University. The Post Baccalaureate Research Assistants will contribute to projects funded by the National Science Foundation on the interplay of sleep and learning using EEG/polysomnography. The research assistant will join Dr. Scullin’s Sleep Neuroscience and Cognition (SNAC) Laboratory (http://sites.baylor.edu/scullin) and will be part of an energetic group of researchers who take a team science approach. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. See job ad for details.

Psychology Research Assistant, Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine / VA Boston Healthcare System. Seeking a full-time Research Assistant to help coordinate two PTSD treatment studies funded by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). With Dr. Joseph Carpenter, the research assistant will help coordinate a clinical trial examining the effects of integrating a Memory Support intervention into Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD. With Dr. Elizabeth (Liza) Alpert, the research assistant will help coordinate a clinical trial examining integration of an adjunctive health communication intervention into Cognitive Processing Therapy and Prolonged Exposure for PTSD. Duties across these studies will include, but not be limited to, the following: conducting telephone and in-person screening sessions, administering and scoring neuropsychological assessments and tests of treatment-related learning and memory, preparing and maintaining IRB- and grant-related reports, and data entry, cleaning, and management. This work will involve interacting with and developing rapport with a diverse group of veterans with PTSD. This individual may also be involved in various tasks associated with the preparation, implementation, and dissemination of study findings. This is an ideal position for individuals interested in gaining clinical research experience that will make them competitive for graduate training related in clinical psychology or related disciplines.

This research assistant will be employed through Boston University’s Chobanian and Avedisian School of Medicine and will be located at VA Boston Healthcare System in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston, MA. The research will be conducted within the Women’s Health Sciences Division of the National Center for PTSD, which is committed to improving the mental health of women veterans and veterans from diverse backgrounds.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in psychology or a closely related discipline; research experience. Time Commitment: Two years, with the possibility of an extension. Anticipated Start Date: June 2024

Applicants should submit the following: 1) a letter describing their interest in the position and related career goals, 2) a curriculum vita or resume, 3) a current unofficial transcript, and 4) contact information for three references to: Joseph Carpenter, Ph.D. (vog.av|retnepraC.hpesoJ#vog.av|retnepraC.hpesoJ) & Liza Alpert, Ph.D. (vog.av|treplA.htebazilE#vog.av|treplA.htebazilE). Interested applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible, as applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Full-time Research Coordinator, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee The Human and Machine Learning Lab in the Department of Psychology seeks a Research Coordinator to facilitate cutting-edge behavioral, neuroimaging, and simulation studies of human learning. The position has a duration of 1 year, with potential for a 1-year extension. The HaML Lab, which is directed by Dr. Neal Morton, uses behavioral and neuroimaging data to inform development of neurally informed machine learning models that mimic human behavior and brain activity. We aim to develop a comprehensive theory of human learning that takes into account memory limitations, motivation, and uncertainty, while explaining how memories are formed and transformed through memory consolidation. Position responsibilities include assisting with participant recruitment, behavioral and neuroimaging data collection and analysis, and supervision of undergraduate researchers. Applications with be reviewed on a rolling basis. Applications must be received by April 15. See Research Coordinator Position for details.

Full-time Research Coordinator, University of Virginia The Hurd Lab in the Department of Psychology is seeking a project coordinator to assist with the management of a longitudinal study tracking the social, occupational and mental and physical health outcomes of a cohort of young adults who formerly attended UVA. Responsibilities include: supervision and training of undergraduate research assistants and part-time staff, tracking and corresponding with participants, data cleaning and management, data analyses, managing and coordinating the collection of online surveys and physical health data, assisting with manuscript preparation and other dissemination efforts, and assisting with research proposals. Preference will be given to candidates willing to make a 2-year commitment. The preferred submission date is April 10th. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Annual salary is approximately $40k. For more information and to apply: https://jobs.virginia.edu/us/en/job/R0058884. (posted 3/25/24)

Full-time Project Coordinator/SRA and RA, Brigham and Women's Hospital The Developmental Risk and Cultural Resilience Lab at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School is looking to hire 1 full-time senior research assistant and 1 research assistant I/II to start spring or summer 2024. This team will be involved in a 5-year longitudinal study (PIs: Cindy Liu & Tiffany Yip) focused on perceptions of racial discrimination among Chinese American adolescents, racial socialization processes that take place within parent-, peer-, and social media contexts, and impacts to mental health. We are looking for candidates that have a strong interest in adolescent development, racial discrimination, and Asian American mental health and a broad interest in development and mental health. Review of applications will be rolling and continue until positions are filled. For more information and to apply, please visit our website.

Full-time Lab Manager/RA, Brown University Dr. Serra Favila’s lab at Brown University is seeking a full-time lab manager/research assistant to start Summer 2024. The lab (opening July 2024) will study the cognitive neuroscience of human memory using measures of behavior and brain activity. This position is ideal for recent college graduates who are looking to gain more research experience before applying to graduate school. Responsibilities will include experimental design and development, recruitment and testing of human participants, data analysis and presentation of research results, and assisting the lab director with general lab administration. One to two years of related research experience and a bachelor's degree in psychology, cognitive science, neuroscience, computer science, or a related field is required. Apply through this link: https://tinyurl.com/FavilaLab. (posted 3/9/24)

Full-time Lab Manager, University of Michigan Looking for experience working in an evolutionary psych lab or an intergroup relations lab? Why not both? The Intergroup Relations Lab (PI: Arnold Ho) and the Evolutionary Social Psychology lab (PI: Josh Ackerman) are hiring a joint lab manager to begin later this summer at the University of Michigan. This is a full time position split 50/50 between labs. Our prior lab managers have an excellent track record of acceptance to graduate programs. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, but apply by March 25th for full consideration. Questions welcome. Note that the job website lists the title of the position as Research Technician Associate. To discuss any questions, contact Dr. Josh Ackerman at ude.hcimu|kcahsoj#ude.hcimu|kcahsoj or Dr. Arnold Ho at ude.hcimu|ohdlonra#ude.hcimu|ohdlonra. For more information and to apply: https://careers.umich.edu/job_detail/246052/research-technician-associate (posted 3/8/24)

Post-baccalaureate Research Specialist, Emory University The Computational Mechanisms of Psychopathology Lab, located in the Department of Psychology at Emory University (PI: Vanessa Brown, PhD) is hiring for a full-time Clinical Research Specialist to start summer 2024. Research in the lab uses neurocomputational approaches to study how learning and decision-making differ with psychopathology and treatment in anxiety, trauma, and depression.
Core responsibilities include, but are not limited to data collection, data management, participant recruitment and retention, and lab administration. Opportunities to contribute to computational modeling and other analyses of behavioral, clinical, and neuroimaging data are also available. Prior experience in these latter areas, while advantageous, is not required.
The following skills are preferred: experience with psychopathology and behavioral assessment; programming (R, Python, Matlab, Bash or similar); [f]MRI processing and analysis (FSL, AFNI, SPM). The ideal candidate will have strong interpersonal and quantitative skills, programming experience, some experience in psychology or neuroscience research, and an interest in clinical applications of computational/cognitive neuroscience. However, applicants are not expected to have expertise in all areas and applicants with strong interests, but limited exposure, in these areas are also encouraged to apply.
To apply, please visit https://staff-emory.icims.com/jobs/125278/job and see https://www.vanessambrown.com/post-baccalaureate-ra.html for more information. (Posted 3/4/24)

Full-time Lab Manager Position, Claremont McKenna College The Umanath Memory and Aging Lab in the Department of Psychological Science is hiring a full-time lab manager with benefits. The lab manager will support ongoing research in the lab, from data collection and management to scheduling and coordinating undergraduate research assistants. More specifically, the lab manager will be responsible for organizing and overseeing the research outlined by Professor Umanath’s National Science Foundation CAREER grant, with a particular focus on the aspects of the project related to older adults and coordinating undergraduate research assistants. Under normal circumstances, this position requires reporting to the lab on regular basis. Position starts August 2024. To apply: https://theclaremontcolleges.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/CMC_Staff/job/Lab-Manager_REQ-6367 Please reach out to ude.cmc|htanamus#ude.cmc|htanamus for questions.

Full-Time Research Project Assistant Positions, University of Pittsburgh Department of Psychiatry Drs. Stephanie Stepp, Amy Byrd, and Salome Vanwoerden are looking to hire several full-time positions in their lab for NIMH funded projects on emotion and behavior dysregulation in high-risk populations. All studies include a focus on interpersonal dynamics in close relationships (adult romantic couples, mother-child dyads, and children and their close friends) and include observational assessments in the lab, ecological momentary assessment, and psychophysiological (e.g., ECG, skin conductance) measurement. This position was posted on February 2024 and applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, with flexible start dates. To apply, send a cover letter and CV to ude.cmpu|jrelhats#ude.cmpu|jrelhats.

UCLA Castrellon Lab, Lab Manager/SRA The Castrellon Lab at UCLA (PI: Jaime Castrellon) invites applications for a full-time lab manager position (Staff Research Associate I). This position is ideal for recent college graduates interested in gaining experience in psychology and neuroscience research before applying to graduate school. The lab will open its doors in the Psychology Department in July 2024. Start date is flexible after July 1. Applications will be reviewed until the position is filled. To apply: please complete and submit the application here: [https://tinyurl.com/castrellonlab]

Full-Time Study Research Coordinator Position, Indiana University Bloomington The MAPD (Motor Adaptations in Psychotic Disorders; PI: Dr. Alexandra Moussa-Tooks) lab at Indiana University Bloomington is currently looking to hire a study coordinator for ongoing work investigating the role of the cerebellum and cerebellar process disturbances in psychotic disorders. The lab is embedded in the Clinical and Cognitive Neuroscience Center, which is co-PIed by Drs. Alexandra Moussa-Tooks, William Hetrick, and Krista Wisner. Applicants should have interest in psychotic disorders. This position is ideal for individuals looking for research experience prior to pursuing PhD training in clinical psychology. Commitment of 2 years of employment is preferred. [https://hrms.indiana.edu/psc/PH1PRD_PUB/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL&Action=U] This position was posted on February of 2024.

Full-Time Research Specialist, Princeton University The Crockett Lab at Princeton University (PI: Molly Crockett) invites applications for a full-time Research Specialist position to begin in Summer or Fall 2024 (start date flexible). The position is for one year with a possibility of renewal. The ideal candidate will be interested in ultimately pursuing graduate study in psychology, cognitive science, computational social science, data science, or a related field. Research specialists work closely with Prof. Crockett, as well as postdocs and graduate students. To apply for the position, please review the job listing on our lab website and complete the application.

Full-Time Research Specialist, Princeton University The Department of Psychology at Princeton University invites applications for a full-time Research Specialist position. Anticipated start date approximately June – August, 2024. This position could extend for two years upon satisfactory performance after the first year. The position involves conducting research in the research groups of Professors Betsy Levy Paluck and Anuj Shah. Minimum starting salary: $42,800. Learn more and apply through this link.

Emory University Research Coordinator The Translation Research in Affective Disorders (TReAD) Lab run by Dr. Michael Treadway is looking for a full-time research coordinator to begin in May/June of 2024. The Research Coordinator will assist with all aspects of the research process involved in several longitudinal studies with clinically depressed adolescent and adult samples, and control samples. A bachelor's degree or higher in cognitive science, neuroscience, psychology, or other related field is required. Candidates should be self-motivated, independent, and reliable. Strong organizational and communication skills are also essential. Prior experience in human affective, clinical or cognitive neuroscience (e.g., conducting and analyzing fMRI or EEG studies), behavioral experiment administration, IRB management, or clinical interviewing experience will all be viewed positively, but are not required. Strong computer programming skills (for example MATLAB and/or Python) are highly preferred but not required. A two-year commitment is required. More information about current studies can be found at treadlab.org. You can also read more about two of our ongoing studies on the NIH RePORTER: https://reporter.nih.gov/search/UL1oxbqN60KXAujsM4MYkw/project-details/10755745 and https://reporter.nih.gov/search/UL1oxbqN60KXAujsM4MYkw/project-details/10617351. To apply, please send a letter of interest, CV/resume, and contact information of three references to ude.yrome|bal.daert#ude.yrome|bal.daert. (Posted on 2/20/2024)

Auburn University Research Assistant / Lab Manager The Social Cognition and Affective/Moral Processing Imaging (SCAMPI) lab run by Dr. Samantha Fede is looking for a full-time research assistant to support a NIAAA-funded research project on the use of TMS/fMRI neurofeedback in alcohol use disorder. Other research projects use these neuroimaging tools in combination with behavioral and clinical interview measures to investigate topics such as risk taking and moral cognition. Candidates should have a bachelor's degree, some previous research experience (undergraduate counts), and be willing to relocate to the Auburn, Alabama area. Preferred candidates will have experience with the techniques mentioned and/or interest in the specific research questions being asked. More information about the lab at scampi.auburn.edu or reach out to Dr. Fede at ude.nrubua|edefjs#ude.nrubua|edefjs. Apply through this link: https://www.auemployment.com/postings/43165. Applications reviewed on a rolling basis. (Posted 2/15/24)

Northwestern University, Research Study Assistant The Center for Behavioral Intervention Technologies (CBITs) in the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University conducts research into digital tools to support mental health and wellbeing (e.g., smartphone apps, online programs, texting programs). The Research Study Assistant will support ongoing work at CBITs centering on the design and evaluation of an experimental text messaging program that uses Artificial Intelligence to help individuals manage common mental health concerns like depression and anxiety. Duties will include managing participant recruitment, obtaining informed consent, tracking enrollment and participation in a database, and dispensing participant payments. The Research Study Assistant will also be the main point of contact for participants and will be expected to answer questions in a timely and professional manner. The Research Study Assistant may also assist with conducting participant interviews, co-facilitating design workshops, pilot testing and quality assurance for software and surveys, data entry, literature reviews, qualitative data coding, prototyping features for digital mental health tools, and editing content for texting-based interventions. Apply here: [https://careers.northwestern.edu/psc/hr857prd_er/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=49618&PostingSeq=1] (ad posted on 02/15/2024)

Florida International University, Research Technician The Neural Dynamics of Control Laboratory (www.NDCLab.com) with the Center for Children and Families seeks a full-time research technician. This individual will support NIMH-funded research projects that seek to understand the longitudinal relations among brain, behavior, and the emergence of social anxiety during adolescence. This position is on-site in Miami, Florida, and the successful candidate must be willing to work evenings and weekends to facilitate data collection from children and families. The main duties involve assisting with participant recruitment as well as data collection and analysis. job ad; applications accepted on a rolling basis (ad posted on 02/15/2024)

Full Time Study Coordinator, VA San Diego and UC San Diego
The Collab Lab (PI: Dr. Emily Treichler; thecollablab.org) has an opening for a study coordinator to fulfill an essential role in VA-based clinical research related to improving collaborative decision-making between Veterans with psychotic disorders and their mental health providers. study coordinator may elect to engage in manuscript writing, poster presentations, grant writing, and/or other dissemination of research results. The study coordinator will receive ongoing mentorship to achieve their professional goals including presentations and publications, as well as mentorship through the graduate admissions process if desired. The study coordinator may also work on other projects in the lab as desired. We seek applicants who can commit to remain with the lab for at least 2 years. Start date: July/August 2024. This is a primarily onsite position in San Diego, CA; 1day/week virtual work possible if desired. We will fill the role as soon as possible to allow for VA onboarding time. Please send questions and application materials (CV/resume and 1-2pg cover letter) to Dr. Treichler at ude.dscu.htlaeh|relhcierte#ude.dscu.htlaeh|relhcierte. Added 2/14/24
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1-2 Research Coordinator Positions, Alcohol and Sexual Assault Prevention Lab, Georgia State University
The Alcohol and Sexual Assault Prevention (ASAP) Lab at Georgia State University (GSU) has openings for 1-2 two-year research coordinator(s) with a flexible start date to work with Dr. Amanda Gilmore. Research Coordinators will work primarily on coordinating data collection for federally-funded projects to prevent alcohol use and sexual violence with a focus on health equity. Current grants focus on LGBTQIA+ young adults, military personnel, and college students. Research Coordinators will have dedicated time to scholarly activities to advance their career or to prepare for graduate school applications. Our goal is to identify highly organized individuals with a growth mindset to join our team!

Setting: The National Center for Sexual Violence Prevention (NCSVP) is housed within the Mark ChaffinCenter for Healthy Development (https://healthy.gsu.edu/about/), a university-level research center at GSU committed to promoting the health, safety and well-being of children, adults and families through research, service, education, training and advocacy. The MCCHD has a specific focus on health disparities, and we are recruiting an emerging scholar with research interests within health disparities research. Our center includes a Prevention Research Center Focused on Migrant Health (https://news.gsu.edu/2019/03/27/funded-by-3-75-million-grant-georgia-state-to-establish-prevention-research-center-focused-on-migrant-health/) and GSU is among the most diverse colleges and universities in the U.S., and annually graduates more African American students than any other public or nonprofit higher education institution.

Apply: Please send a letter of interest and CV to Dr. Amanda Gilmore (ude.usg|21eromliga#ude.usg|21eromliga) and Dr. Nicole Mullican (ude.usg|nacillumk#ude.usg|nacillumk). Start date is flexible, but as early as May 2024.

Research Coordinator, Gratton Lab, Florida State University
The Gratton laboratory in the Psychology Department at Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL (https://psy.fsu.edu/) is looking for a full-time research coordinator to join in on exciting functional neuroimaging research on personalized brain networks. The Gratton Lab studies human brain networks and how they contribute to goal-directed behaviors. We pursue these questions using rest and task fMRI, through data-driven and model-based analyses, in combination with other methods (behavioral, TMS, and lifespan datasets).

The research coordinator will perform both data collection and analysis tasks for the laboratory. Specific duties associated with this position include the coordination, management, collection, and analysis of behavioral and fMRI data for research studies, as well as administrative duties (e.g., IRB) associated with the project. This position is an excellent opportunity for individuals looking for additional research experience before applying for graduate school.

This position can begin as early as June 1, 2024 through Fall 2024 (start date flexible). The best match for this position will come with a commitment of working for at least two years in the lab to gain relevant skills; the position may also be extended for additional time.

Application Deadline: February 28, 2024 or when filled

Interested applicants can submit send a cover letter and resume to: ude.usf|nottargc#ude.usf|nottargc

Postbac Research Associate, CLAD Lab, University of Notre Dame
The Cognition, Learning, and Development (CLAD) Lab at the University of Notre Dame is excited to announce an opportunity for a postbac research associate. Our lab studies cognitive development, with a special emphasis on the development of mathematical cognition, symbolic development, and skilled reading. The position is perfect for people who are interested in pursuing a Ph.D. in psychology, cognitive science, human development, or education. Learn more this position and how to apply here.

Full Time Research Assistant, CoPE Lab, Brandeis University

The Cognition, Psychopathology, Environment (CoPE) Lab in the Brandeis University Department of Psychology, directed by Dr. Hannah Snyder, is seeking a full-time Research Assistant for an NIH-funded study investigating risk for anxiety and depression in college students. The Research Assistant will be responsible for the day-to-day running of the lab, including training and supervising student researchers, and will run participants through study protocols, including being trained to administer cognitive assessments, record physiological measures, and conduct clinical diagnostic interviews. They will also be responsible for maintaining IRB protocols and compliance, contacting and scheduling participants for research, managing data (including basic data analysis), purchasing necessary research supplies, and coordinating the work of others in the lab. This position is ideal for individuals interested in applying for PhD programs in the future. Start date is ideally May-June 2024, with some flexibility for later summer start dates.
https://brandeis.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/Jobs/job/Brandeis---Waltham-Campus/Research-Assistant_R0009726-2

Full-Time Research Assistant, CABCS, Tufts University

The Tufts University Center for Applied Brain & Cognitive Sciences (CABCS) is seeking a full-time Resarch Assistant (Title: Senior Research Coordinator) to begin in June of 2024. Under supervision of Principal Investigators, this position will be expected to work both independently and collaboratively to execute human subjects research related to characterizing cognitive performance of individuals and teams working in high stakes environments. Learn more about this position and apply: https://jobs.tufts.edu/jobs/20140?lang=en-us

Full-Time Lab Manager - GAPP Lab, University of Florida (Gainesville, FL)
The Genetics of Auditory and visual Perception and Plasticity (GAPP) Lab (www.tmcentanni.com) in the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences in the College of Public Health and Health Professions is seeking a full-time OPS Laboratory Manager. This is a research-oriented position, with the potential for contribution to conference abstracts and independent projects. The GAPP Lab studies genetic and neural (fMRI and EEG) correlates of language and reading acquisition and uses non-invasive vagus nerve stimulation to improve these skills in a variety of populations. This position reports to Dr. Tracy Centanni, Associate Professor and Principal Investigator. The lab manager will be responsible for overseeing the daily operations of the lab, including recruiting families and community partners, implementing behavioral, neuroimaging, (primarily MRI and EEG), and neuromodulation (non-invasive vagus nerve stimulation) studies, managing data storage and processing, teaching and supervising undergraduate research assistants to implement studies and process data, coordinating IRBs and other research documentation, and managing lab equipment and the lab website.

This position is ideal for a student looking for additional research experience and training prior to beginning graduate school. Anticipated start date is May 1, 2024 but negotiable for the right candidate.

Apply here: [https://explore.jobs.ufl.edu/en-us/job/530491/ops-lab-manager] or email Dr. Centanni with questions (ude.lfu.phhp|innatnec.ycart#ude.lfu.phhp|innatnec.ycart)

Full-Time Lab Manager - SPARQ, Stanford University (Stanford, CA)
Stanford SPARQ is a behavioral science “do tank” at Stanford University, located in the Department of Psychology. SPARQ builds research-driven partnerships with industry leaders and changemakers to combat bias, reduce disparities, and drive culture change. We work in the areas of criminal justice, economic mobility, education, health, media, and technology. Our Faculty Co-Directors are Dr. Jennifer Eberhardt and Dr. Hazel Rose Markus; our Executive Director is Dr. MarYam Hamedani.

The Research Coordinator/Lab Manager will collaborate with SPARQ staff, faculty, and practitioner partners to support social psychological research that both creates new knowledge and addresses social problems. We are seeking candidates who love to be out in the world just as much as in the lab, are ready to roll up their sleeves to tackle complex social issues, and who thrive working as part of a collaborative team. Learn more about the position and how to apply here: https://sparq.stanford.edu/news/job-opportunity-lab-manager

Full-Time Research Program Assistant - Medical University of South Carolina (Charleston, SC) - ABCD Study The candidate will work with Drs. Squeglia and Gray as a Program Assistant on the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study, a large-scale project to study child and adolescent health, behavior, and brain functioning. The candidate will be responsible for executing all tasks associated with the ABCD protocol which include neuroimaging, neurocognitive assessments, and clinical interview or self-report measures designed to assess eligibility criteria, psychopathology, medical health, social relationships, personality, and substance use.

Please learn more and apply through the following link:
[https://musc.career-pages.com/jobs/univ-research-program-assistant-psychiatry-addiction-sciences-division-charleston-south-carolina-united-states-cc6bc5a6-9401-44ee-8df8-c5c38a8ccf88]


Clinical Research Specialist at Emory University The Computational Mechanisms of Psychopathology Lab, located in the Department of Psychology at Emory University (PI: Vanessa Brown, PhD) is hiring for a full-time Clinical Research Specialist to start early 2024. Research in the lab uses neurocomputational approaches to study how learning and decision-making differ with psychopathology and treatment in anxiety, trauma, and depression.
Core responsibilities include, but are not limited to data collection, data management, participant recruitment and retention, and lab administration. Opportunities to contribute to computational modeling and other analyses of behavioral, clinical, and neuroimaging data are also available. Prior experience in these latter areas, while advantageous, is not required.
The following skills are preferred: experience with psychopathology and behavioral assessment; programming (R, Python, Matlab, Bash or similar); [f]MRI processing and analysis (FSL, AFNI, SPM). The ideal candidate will have strong interpersonal and quantitative skills, programming experience, some experience in psychology or neuroscience research, and an interest in clinical applications of computational/cognitive neuroscience. However, applicants are not expected to have expertise in all areas and applicants with strong interests, but limited exposure, in these areas are also encouraged to apply.
To apply, please visit https://staff-emory.icims.com/jobs/120855/clinical-research-specialist---emory-college-of-arts-and-sciences/job; posted 11/28/23

University of Louisville, Full-time study coordinator, Eating disorder research Dr. Levinson, the Director of the Eating Anxiety Treatment (EAT) Lab and Dr. Sara Bufferd, Director of the Child Anxiety and Mood Lab at the University of Louisville (UofL) are hiring two full-time research coordinators. The positions will involve working with child participants on a longitudinal NIH funded study collecting longitudinal data on early childhood risk factors for eating disorders in female children ages 6-12. This position will involve working with parents and children, conducting diagnostic, behavioral, and psychophysiological assessments, assisting with data collection and preparation, assisting with institutional review board protocols, and working with a large interdisciplinary team at UofL. Evening and weekend hours will be needed to accommodate parents’ and children’s schedule. The study coordinator will work very closely with Drs. Bufferd and Levinson and their teams on a day-to-day basis.
Opportunities for involvement in publications and presentations at national conferences are available. Minimum experience is a bachelors’ degree in psychology, education, or a related field. Research experience is a must. This position is ideal for someone wanting to go to graduate school in a health-related field. This is a 2-year position with potential for 5 years depending on funding and performance.
Interested applicants should send their CV, a cover letter, and names and contact for 3 references to Dr. Levinson at ude.ellivsiuol|nosnivel.irehc#ude.ellivsiuol|nosnivel.irehc and CC ude.ellivsiuol|ybmurc.amme#ude.ellivsiuol|ybmurc.amme. More information on the EAT lab here: www.louisvilleeatlab.com. More information on the Child Anxiety and Mood Lab here: uoflcamlab.com
Deadline is rolling. Start date is negotiable but ideally before the end of 2023.
Link to ad: https://uofl.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/UofLCareerSite/job/Lab-Assistant---Temporary_R100945

Clinical Research Coordinator at Baylor College of Medicine The Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program at Baylor College of Medicine (Houston, TX) is excited to invite passionate and skilled individuals to join our team as Research Coordinators. As a Research Coordinator, you will play a pivotal role in our ongoing FDA-regulated clinical trials, encompassing both industry and NIH-funded projects focused on investigating the effects of novel drugs for treating generalized anxiety disorder, major depressive disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Experimental studies include investigating the efficacy of ketamine and deep brain stimulation for managing treatment-resistant depression. Responsibilities include: recruiting patients, facilitating communication between researchers and industry sponsors, running patient visits (obtaining informed consent, conducting clinical assessments, administering ECGs, etc), mentoring undergraduate interns, and contributing to publications. This position is ideal for individuals with a keen interest in pursuing graduate education in psychology, neuroscience, medicine, or related professions. If you are passionate about making a meaningful impact in the field of mental health research, we encourage you to apply. We are looking to have Research Coordinators start immediately.  We will interview candidates until March 1, 2024.  The ideal candidate is able to commit to two years. Please forward your CV or resume and expression of interest, including the names and contact information for three references, to Dr. Sanjay Mathew (ude.mcb|wehtamjs#ude.mcb|wehtamjs).

The Miriam Hospital, Lifespan, Full-Time Research Assistant The Mind & Heart Lab (PI: Dr. Elena Salmoirago-Blotcher) in the Lifespan Cardiovascular Institute at The Miriam Hospital (Providence, RI; Academic Affiliate of Brown University Alpert Medical School) is seeking a full-time Research Assistant. Major responsibilities will include conducting specific research protocols related to behavioral interventions to promote cardiovascular health. Additional responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: Recruit and enroll eligible participants; Assist in preparation of project protocols and assessment materials; Maintain documentation of data collection and assist with data management; Assist in literature reviews & manuscript publications related to study outcomes; Establish links with community groups and organizations with participant populations; Implement appropriate activities for retention of study participants and follow-up procedures as directed; Attend regularly scheduled supervision team meetings conference calls and program meetings as required by supervisor(s).
Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree (or above) in Health Sciences and two years previous research experience.
Anticipated start date: As soon as available. Applications reviewed on a rolling basis until position is filled.
See full position details and apply here: [https://jobs.lifespan.org/search/jobdetails/research-assistant/cb02cf90-3600-4231-a9e0-9d5be12d48cc]

National Center for PTSD at VA Boston Healthcare System, Research Technician. Seeking a full-time Research Assistant to provide assistance with projects across two laboratories located within the National Center for PTSD, Women’s Health Sciences Division at VA Boston Healthcare System. With Dr. Suzanne Pineles, the research assistant will primarily assist with the implementation of a VA-funded investigation testing a pre-treatment electrophysiological predictor of SSRI response. Duties will include, but not be limited to, the following: conducting telephone and in-person screening sessions, administering the electrophysiological testing and other study procedures with study participants, preparing and maintaining IRB- and grant-related reports, and data entry, cleaning, and management. With Dr. Brian Smith, the research assistant will assist with a range of studies focused on examining the effects of traumatic stress and mental health sequelae—especially PTSD and depression—on health, functioning, and quality of life across the life course. Several of these studies are focused on examining effects in the contexts of gender differences and/or aging. Duties will include, but not be limited to, the following: providing technical and administrative support for research objectives, entering and managing data, maintaining study records, preparing and maintaining reports for IRB, and assisting in the preparation of manuscripts, reports, presentations, and grant applications. Across both laboratories, this individual will be involved in many tasks associated with the preparation, implementation, and dissemination of study findings. Annual salary for a full-time bachelors-level candidate will be approximately $50,000.
Requirements: Bachelors degree in psychology or a closely related discipline; research experience. Time Commitment: Two years, with the possibility of an extension. Anticipated Start Date: Spring 2024. Applicants should submit the following: 1) a letter describing their interest in the position and related career goals, 2) a curriculum vita or resume, 3) a current unofficial transcript, and 4) contact information for three references to: Suzanne Pineles, Ph.D. (vog.av|seleniP.ennazuS#vog.av|seleniP.ennazuS) & Brian N. Smith, Ph.D. (vog.av|21htimS.nairB#vog.av|21htimS.nairB)

University of Maryland, College Park, Full-time Research Assistant/Lab manager The Laboratory for Integrative Cognition and Neuroscience (ICON lab, PI: Dr. Weizhen Xie) in the Department of Psychology at the University of Maryland (College Park, MD) is seeking a full-time Research Assistant to work on studies examining memory and brain functions in a diverse population, including healthy adults across age groups as well as individuals with neurological and/or psychiatric conditions. job ad; Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled

University of Delaware, Lab Manager/Project Coordinator The Impression Formation Social Neuroscience Lab (IFSN Lab), co-directed by Dr. Jasmin Cloutier and Dr. Jennifer Kubota, is housed in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at the University of Delaware. It investigates how we form impressions of others and how these impressions influence behavior, using both behavioral and neuroimaging methods. For more information about the lab's research, please visit (http://ifsnlab.org). The Lab Manager's role will support a large three-year multi-method grant funded by the DOD investigating cross-cultural dynamics of social status and power among individuals varying in authoritarian world views. The project integrates social media data (using large language models and text analysis), computational modeling, and neuroimaging methods (fMRI, mobile EEG). The Lab Manager will support the PI's, Graduate Students', and Postdoctoral Researcher's research efforts and help with administrative and research responsibilities. This position is expected to be renewed on a 12-month basis for the three years, dependent upon performance. $50,000/yr plus fringe (with cost-of-living adjustments to follow annually) and includes a comprehensive benefits package. The start date is flexible, but preferably Fall 2023. Pease include a Cover Letter and CV with your application here: [https://careers.udel.edu/cw/en-us/job/500409/project-coordinator-ifsn-lab-psychological-brain-sciences].

Auburn University, Research Assistant We are seeking a full-time research assistant. The research assistant will work on a National Institute on Drug Abuse R34-supported study testing a computerized and smart-phone based intervention for Cannabis Use Disorder. The project involves multiple methodologies including EEG, saliva and urinalyses, ambulatory psychophysiology, and ecological momentary assessment. This position is ideal for someone intending to go to graduate school for clinical psychology or neuroscience, especially those interested in addiction. The position is full-time and pays $30,160 per year plus benefits. Funding for three years is available, with the expectation that the applicant will stay in the position for at least two years. job ad

Indiana University-Bloomington The Cognition & Learning Lab at Indiana University-Bloomington, directed by Dr. Elizabeth Gunderson, is hiring one full-time Lab Manager (Laboratory Research Assistant). This position presents diverse opportunities to participate in cutting-edge developmental psychology research and is partly funded by the National Science Foundation (Improving Flexible Attention to Numerical and Spatial Magnitudes in Young Children). This project will study the early development of executive functioning and math skills in preschool-aged children. Review of applications will take place on a rolling basis. The start date is flexible, but preferably October 2, 2023. Pease include a Cover Letter and CV with your application. If you are NOT an IU employee currently, please use this link. Current IU employees should use this link.

UC Irvine, Junior Specialist We are seeking a full time research assistant / junior specialist with research responsibilities for a new project on human-AI collaboration in collaboration with the Honda Research Institute (HRI) at Detroit. The project aims to improve coordination and social interaction between humans operating in environments such as traffic systems where the limited repertoire of signals between humans restricts the amount of information that can be exchanged. A bachelor’s degree is required by the start date. job ad; due 08/16/2023

University of Michigan, Lab Manager The Computational and Cognitive Neuroscience Lab at the University of Michigan, directed by Dr. Thad Polk, is seeking a full-time Lab Coordinator to help facilitate research in the lab. The successful candidate will work with lab members (including post-doctoral fellows and students) on all aspects of the lab's operations: implementing experiments, recruiting and scheduling participants, running participants through experiments, advertising, website maintenance, purchasing, preparing figures, etc.; [https://careers.umich.edu/job_detail/235149/lab-coordinator]; review starts June 2023 on rolling basis until the position is filled.

Arizona State University, Lab Manager (Predoctoral, The T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics (SSFD) at Arizona State University (ASU) invites applications for a full-time lab coordinator to work on a NIH-funded research project on adolescent social connection and well-being at daily and yearly levels.; job ad; review begins July 10, 2023)

Research Support Specialist Position in the Stony Brook University Psychology Department This is a full-time research support specialist position. It is an excellent fit for someone who recently completed their undergraduate training and is looking to gain more research experience before pursuing a doctoral degree in clinical psychology, public health, social work, or related fields. The research support specialist will work under the supervision of Dr. Briana Last in the Mental Healthcare for All Lab. The research support specialist will work on several projects, all of which seek to increase the accessibility and quality of mental health services to all who need them. The Mental Healthcare for All Lab is looking for someone who is interested in learning about mental health service policies and systems and developing supports and resources for public mental health providers. The lab's work is also focused on studying and addressing mental health inequities among minoritized and underserved populations, with a particular emphasis on sexual and gender minorities. The position can be done remotely, with preference given for someone who is willing to work hybrid. Start date August or September 2023, Review of applications begins June 21 2023 Submit your application and all necessary materials via the application portal at this link: https://stonybrooku.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?job=2301496&tz=GMT-05%3A00&tzname=America%2FNew_York

UCLA The SAND Lab (PI: Dr. Jennifer Silvers) is hiring a new lab manager for summer/Fall! Must have excellent communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills. Coding/quant/MRI skills are a bonus. This is a great job for someone looking to pursue a PhD in a few years; job ad; 06/20/2023

University of California, San Diego Applications are invited for an IN STEP Children’s Mental Health Research Center Manager. Under supervision of the Center Principal Investigators, the IN STEP Research Manager will be responsible for the complex function of program coordinating and management of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) ImplementatioN Science and Team Effectiveness in Practice (IN STEP) Children’s Mental Health Research Center. Led by Lauren Brookman-Frazee, PhD, and Gregory Aarons, PhD, the IN STEP Center uses organizational team effectiveness research to develop and test novel team-based implementation strategies, methods, and tools to improve the reach, quality, and effectiveness of care delivered in public systems serving children with mental health needs. job ad

Emory University The Translational Lab (PI: Dr. Peter Hitchcock) in the Department of Psychology at Emory University (Atlanta, GA) is seeking a full-time Research Specialist. The Translational Lab applies computational tools to elucidate how decision-making goes awry in depression and anxiety disorders and to develop powerful interventions to improve it (translational-lab.com). job ad; Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

Pennsylvania State University The Parent, Regulation, Engagement, Stress, and Health (PRESH) project, directed by Dr. Erika Lunkenheimer at The Pennsylvania State University, is accepting applications for a Human Research Technologist 2. The PRESH project involves studying parents’ experience of being parented in childhood, their mental health, their beliefs about parenting, parenting stress, and parents’ self-regulation. We are interested in how these factors influence parent-child interaction patterns, parents’ disciplinary practices, and trajectories of children’s behavioral adjustment and mental health symptoms. This study aims to inform which factors should be prioritized when attempting to better support parents and reduce parenting stress and harsh discipline through family intervention. job ad

Stanford University Drs. Christina Young and Elizabeth Mormino within the Department of Neurology and Neurological Sciences are seeking a Clinical Research Coordinator Associate (CRCA) to work on new projects involving high-frequency data collection in older adults. The primary focus of this position will be to contribute to data collection and analysis on NIH- and privately-funded projects studying the diagnosis and monitoring of neurodegenerative diseases including Alzheimer’s disease, enabling early detection, and understanding the contributions of early pathology to cognitive decline in human aging. job ad

UC Irvine, Lab Manager We are seeking a full time paid lab manager/research assistant to assist with ongoing research projects in the lab covering neuroimaging, psychophysics, and modeling projects. This person would assist with data collection and analysis as well as performing some administrative duties, and have the opportunity to have their own projects as well. A bachelor’s degree is required by the start date. job ad; due 06/30/2023

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Research Coordinator We are seeking a Research Coordinator to join the Braga Lab in the Department of Neurology at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. Under the mentorship of Rodrigo M. Braga, PhD, the lab uses and develops neuroimaging techniques that focus on revealing the brain’s detailed network organization within individuals. Research topics broadly address the role of the distributed networks in cognition. job ad

Boston University, Lab Manager We are seeking a lab manager to join the quantitative psychopathology lab (directed by Qimin Liu, Ph.D.) in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Boston University. Our research focuses on the application and development of novel quantitative methods to understand affective psychopathology, particularly among minoritized individuals The position will offer exposure to all stages of scientific activities such as grant submission, IRB proposal, participant recruitment, data management, and opportunities for authoring/co-authoring presentations and publications. The lab manager will also participate in the development, implementation, and management of effective practices to facilitate day-to-day lab operations and administration. Individuals who can solve problems independently, demonstrate strong initiative, attend to details, and/or have strong computational and statistical skills are strongly encouraged to apply and, if interested, will receive close mentoring for future careers in quantitative/clinical psychology and related fields. job ad

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lab Manager The Translational Cognitive Neuroscience & Memory Lab (PI: Hillary Schwarb) is recruiting a full-time lab manager to coordinate NIH funded projects in our research group. The lab studies changes in memory and associated brain structures during or following periods of change (e.g., age, injury, substance use, hormone fluctuation) using behavioral, eye-tracking, and neuroimaging (MRI) tools. The successful candidate will be responsible for the general administrative functioning of the lab (scheduling, purchasing, etc.), as well as conducting and analyzing experiments in collaboration with other lab members. Phlebotomy experience or willingness to learn phlebotomy preferred. This position is on-site in Lincoln, NE. job ad Application review begins 11/3/2023.

Georgetown University The Stress, Health, and Development Lab (PI: Dr. Jessica Chiang) is recruiting for three different paid research staff positions: part-time dry lab manager, part-time wet lab manager, and full-time dry/wet lab manager. Positions are ideal for individuals interested in pursuing an advanced degree in Psychology or other health-related field. Target start-date for all three positions is January 2024. Application review and interviews are conducted on a rolling basis, job ad.

Georgetown University, Research Coordinator The Laboratory for Relational Cognition at Georgetown, directed by Adam Green, is seeking a Research Coordinator for NSF- and foundation-funded projects at the intersection of education and creativity. For more information on the lab’s research, see our website. For more information about the position(s), see the the job ad, or contact Evie Astorina (ude.nwotegroeg|14are#ude.nwotegroeg|14are) with any questions. Interested candidates will be asked to provide a professional CV and a letter of application describing research interests and professional goals, as well as the names of three professional references who can readily provide letters of recommendation upon request. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled. The preferred start date is Summer 2024.

Georgetown University, Research Coordinator The Laboratory for Relational Cognition at Georgetown, directed by Adam Green, is seeking a research coordinator for NSF- and foundation-funded projects investigating creativity in educational contexts via behavioral, computational, and cognitive neuroscience methods. For more information on the lab, see our website. For more information about the position, see the job ad. With any questions, please contact Evie Astorina (ude.nwotegroeg|14are#ude.nwotegroeg|14are). Interested candidates will be asked to provide a professional CV and a letter of application describing research interests and professional goals, as well as the names of three professional references who can readily provide letters of recommendation upon request. Review of applications is ongoing. The preferred start date is Summer or Fall 2024.

University of Illinois College of Medicine Peoria, Research Specialist The University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peoria seeks candidates for a Research Specialist role within the Division of Research Services. This position requires a minimum of three years of related research experience and a Bachelor’s degree in a social science (e.g., psychology), public health, or a related field. Knowledge of data analysis and working with programs such as REDCap, SAS, R, or similar are required, and a desire to learn new skills is necessary. This position requires excellent attention to detail and the ability to manage research projects. Knowledge of the regulations around federally-funded studies is helpful but not required. The Research Specialist will collaborate with various partners including the local healthcare systems, UIC-Chicago, and other partners as needed. Please see job ad for application. Fullest consideration 2/6/24.

University of Chicago's TMW Center Research Coordinator, CT Project Uchicago TMW Center for Early Learning + Public Health (TMW Center) develops science-based interventions, tools, and technologies to help parents and caregivers interact with young children in ways that maximize brain development. They are seeking a research coordinator to provide on-the-ground coordination, implementation, and research support. The Research Coordinator will work closely with Connecticut-based infant and toddler childcare providers and TMW Center research and curriculum staff, and be responsible for recruiting and consenting study participants, providing regular implementation and technical support to study participants, data collection, and operational and logistical coordination of various study activities. To apply please go to: [https://uchicago.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/External/job/Research-Coordinator--Connecticut-Project_JR25017]. This position was posted in January of 2024.

Full-time Research Assistant, Harvard Medical School and Brigham & Women's Hospital The Visual Attention lab, directed by Dr. Jeremy Wolfe, is seeking a full-time research assistant to conduct psychophysical/behavioral research primarily in the area of visual attention. For more information, please see the job ad Posted in January 2024, to start in late-Spring / Summer 2024

University of Chicago's TMW Center Research Technician Uchicago TMW Center for Early Learning + Public Health (TMW Center) develops science-based interventions, tools, and technologies to help parents and caregivers interact with young children in ways that maximize brain development. The TMW Center seeks a Research Technician to support an array of administrative and operational duties that are essential to the effectiveness of the Center’s team. This candidate will work across the team in a variety of functions, all of which are with the goal of ensuring our team operates in a nimble, effective, and compliant manner. This candidate will serve individuals ranging from the Primary Investigator (PI) to study participants and will be expected to offer a courteous and efficient experience to everyone. Applicants with experience working in customer-facing and detail-oriented positions are encouraged to consider this role. [https://uchicago.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/External/job/Research-Technician_JR24822]. This position was posted in January of 2024.

University of Chicago's TMW Center Project Manager, Algorithm Uchicago TMW Center for Early Learning + Public Health (TMW Center) develops science-based interventions, tools, and technologies to help parents and caregivers interact with young children in ways that maximize brain development. We are seeking a highly motivated individual to lead a team of engineers in developing and optimizing algorithms that measure aspects of children’s language environments and language development. This position will play a critical role in the success of cross-disciplinary, data-centered projects focused on speech/signal processing. Responsibilities will include project management of algorithm initiatives and support for the end-to-end lifecycle of algorithm development, from outlining requirements and quality assurance to supporting data integrity and conducting experiments.[https://uchicago.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/External/job/Project-Manager--Algorithm_JR24867]. This position was posted in December of 2023.

Lab Manager, Brauer Group Lab, University of Wisconsin-Madison The Brauer Group Lab at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is looking for a Lab Manager/Lead Research Specialist to assist Dr. Markus Brauer and his graduate students with coordinating and conducting studies. Research in the lab focuses on group phenomena. The goal is to understand how peoples thought processes, perceptions of others, and behaviors are affected by being member of a social group/category (e.g., African Americans, people with disabilities, managers). Members of the lab study these issues from both basic science and applied, public intervention perspectives. [https://jobs.wisc.edu/jobs/lead-research-specialist-madison-wisconsin-united-states]. Apply by April 20, 2024 for full consideration. This position was posted in March 2024.

Full time Research Assistant, Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Lab, American University. The Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory at American University in Washington DC, directed by Dr. Laurie Bayet, is currently accepting applications for a full-time, benefits-eligible Research Assistant position, to assist on NSF and foundation-funded funded projects investigating infant visual cognition and social communication. The lab uses electro-encephalography (EEG), functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS), behavioral measures, and machine learning. The position is ideal for an individual seeking to deepen their research experience in preparation for graduate study. Apply at [https://american.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/AU/job/Main-Campus-Washington-DC/Research-Assistant_R844] and include a CV, cover letter, and names and contact information of 2-3 references. Posted March 2024.

Full time Research Assistant, Hong Kong Shue Yan University. https://www.hksyu.edu/assets/careers/counpsy/2024/Feb/counpsy_ra_ft_2024-02-26.pdf The appointee will be responsible for (a) conducting quantitative and qualitative research studies, including literature review, research design, data collection, analysis, compilation of reports and other forms of deliverables; (b) providing administrative support to Dr. Bess Yin-Hung Lam; (c) Preparing literature review regarding brain imaging; (d) compiling progress reports and the final report; e) assisting the publications of the PI and assisting other related research work. Supportive supervision will be provided upon appointment. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Applicants should send a completed application form, together with a cover letter, and a curriculum vitae (CV) to: Dr. Bess Yin-Hung Lam at Email ude.uyskh|malhy#ude.uyskh|malhy the subject “application for research assistant”. It would be nice if the applicant could also attach to the email a sample of his or her college assignments that can demonstrate his or her proficiency in English writing. Application forms can be downloaded at https://www.hksyu.edu/tc/about/career/ Posted in March 2024.

Full time Research Coordinator, Ashland University and Psychological Science Accelerator. https://jobs.ashland.edu/postings/5671 The Ashland University International Collaboration Research Center (AUICRC) seeks a Research Coordinator (RC) to contribute to a multi-year project titled “Examining the Big Questions in Big Samples: Using the Psychological Science Accelerator to Investigate John Templeton Foundation Priorities.” The project includes 3 ongoing primary studies testing 2 types of generalizability on topics including intellectual humility, moral experiences, and the constructs of dignity, honor, and face. The Psychological Science Accelerator (PSA) is a globally distributed network of psychological science laboratories with over 2,000 members representing over 70 countries, that pool intellectual and material resources to accelerate the accumulation of rigorous knowledge in psychological science.
Posted in April 2024.

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