Psychology Job Wiki 2022-2023: Predocs

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Predoctoral Jobs

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Postbac Research Assistant Position - University of Texas at Austin A full-time RA position is available in the Department of Psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. Review begins immediately. Starting date is flexible although priority given to those who can start soon by Jan 5, 2023. For more information (and to apply), please see the [job posting]( https://utaustin.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/UTstaff/job/UT-MAIN-CAMPUS/Social-Science-Humanities-Research-Associate-II_R_00030664).

Post-Bachelor's Research Assistant - VA Boston Healthcare System, Women's Health Sciences Division

Dr. Dawne Vogt is hiring a post-bachelor’s research assistant with a background in psychology or a related field summer/early fall 2023. The position is in the Women’s Health Sciences Division of the National Center for PTSD, located at VA Boston Healthcare System (Women's Health Sciences Division and Staff - PTSD: National Center for PTSD (va.gov)). As a first step, interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to vog.av|oruyG.asiL#vog.av|oruyG.asiL. Applicants who meet qualifications will be directed to submit required materials through VA’s HR employee hiring process and provided with additional details on the position.

Position information: Responsibilities may include but are not limited to: qualitative and quantitative data entry, coordinating and overseeing participant screening and recruitment, preparation of IRB materials and project status reports, data entry and statistical analyses, literature searches, and assistance with conference and manuscript preparation. The position will also involve attendance at weekly research meetings. The research assistant will participate in the design and implementation of research on stress and trauma exposure, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), broader mental health and well-being, health-care use and barriers to care, and sex and gender differences. They may also be asked to contribute to research being conducted by other investigators, including research on health disparities and marginalized populations as well as other topics. The incumbent will perform computer data entry and statistical analyses on data from research projects underway through the Women’s Health Sciences Division. He/she will aid in the preparation of reports of these results and will participate, when requested, in public presentation of research findings at regional and national conferences. The incumbent will carry out library research concerning the projects with which he/she is intensively involved. The incumbent will also attend weekly research meetings, in which he/she will be an active participant. The incumbent will use PC computer software and hardware for carrying out standard statistical procedures related to research methodology and statistics. The incumbent will work on two or more related projects as assigned. The area of research and duties is determined by the incumbent’s immediate supervisor(s), The incumbent may also, at the request of his/her supervisor(s), work directly with other senior staff of the Women’s Health Sciences Division of the National Center for PTSD.

RA- GMAP UMD (Position filled as of 7/5/23) I can vouch that the mentorship and teamwork in this lab are amazing! The position will involve leading day-to-day on-site operations for a research project evaluating a behavioral activation intervention delivered by a peer on a mobile treatment unit on the eastern shore. This project is in collaboration with researchers at University of Maryland Baltimore in the Department of Psychiatry. The project aims to understand the effectiveness and implementation success of a peer-delivered behavioral activation intervention for individuals with opioid use disorder in the buprenorphine program. Start date is negotiable during Spring 2023.

Applicants interested in implementation science and addiction who are interested in pursuing PhD programs in clinical psychology, public health, or global health, or medical school are encouraged to apply. Dr. Magidson’s program of research at University of Maryland offers an exciting opportunity to be engaged in local and global addiction science and mental health research with underserved populations. More at https://www.gmhaddictionlab.org/job-openings **—

Florida International University | Full-time Research Technician (see posting under Neuroscience & Biopsychology)

Lab Manager - Indiana University Bloomington - Clinical and Cognitive Neuroscience Center (CCNC) As of 4/24/2023, the Clinical and Cognitive Neuroscience Center (CCNC) seeks a new full-time paid Laboratory Manager to assist in the day-to-day activities of studies that examine cognitive, affective, and physiological processes in clinical psychopathology and community samples. The CCNC focuses on the psychosis spectrum, but also has studies on the autism spectrum, cannabis use, and other groups. Additionally, the role of adversity and trauma in these psychopathology spectra is a growing interest in the lab. The center is within the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Indiana University Bloomington and is led by Drs. Krista Wisner, Alexandra Moussa-Tooks, & William Hetrick. Primary responsibilities of the CCNC Lab Manager includes recruiting participants, assessing symptoms and cognition, running participants through experimental paradigms and/or neuroimaging protocols, as well as maintaining research databases and IRB protocols. The successful applicant will join our vibrant and versatile lab team to help conduct investigations of cortical and cerebellar contributions to behavioral alterations in cognitive and affective processes (e.g., social decision-making, stress reactivity, interoception, proprioception, motor coordination, learning and memory). Methodologies currently employed include self-reports, interviews, cognitive testing, behavioral and motor tasks, psychophysiology, and magnetic resonance imaging (structural MRI, functional MRI, diffusion-weighted imaging, resting state functional connectivity, and magnetic resonance spectroscopy). This position is ideal for candidates interested in gaining hands-on experience and professional development before pursuing doctoral training in psychology, medicine, neuroscience, or a related field. The ideal applicant will have some prior exposure to clinical psychopathology, some prior experience with research, as well as be willing to commit to two years of employment in this position. The CCNC recognizes that scientific excellence is dependent on the diversity of the team, broadly construed, and therefore strongly welcomes applicants from individuals who add to the diversity of the CCNC. The College of Arts and Sciences also values diversity, equity, and inclusion as a core strength and essential element in the success of its educational mission. Review begins immediately and ideal start date would be in early to mid summer 2023. Apply here: https://hrms.indiana.edu/psc/PH1PRD_PUB/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=305942&PostingSeq=1

Full-time Research Coordinator Job Opening at UNC-Chapel Hill

We are recruiting a full-time research coordinator to work in Dr. Michael Hallquist’s lab in the Psychology and Neuroscience Department at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The person in this position will assist with the design, implementation, and administration of psychological research projects focusing on personality, neuroscience, and computational modeling. The position will focus primarily on implementing two NIMH-funded R01 studies of decision-making. These projects synthesize functional neuroimaging, computational modeling, and associative learning theory to characterize neurobehavioral systems that contribute to maladaptive interpersonal behaviors and mood instability.

Please submit application materials online through this portal: https://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/253825

Full-time Lab Coordinator Job Opening - Advancing Community Capacity to Empower Service Systems for Mental Health (ACCESS) Team at UIC (Chicago, IL)
See below & email Tara Mehta (ude.ciu|athemt#ude.ciu|athemt) with any questions!

https://uic.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/3989?c=uic

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in psychology or social work required. Master’s degree preferred.
At least one year experience in a research discipline involving clinical contact with research subjects required. Experience in a clinical research setting, experience working with Federal Regulations and IRB’s required. Ability to manage multiple tasks. Strong interpersonal and customer service skills. Requires excellent communication, organization, presentation, and computer/pc skills.
Knowledge of research protocols, principles and procedures; knowledge of aspects of clinical trials such as screening, interviewing, knowledge of computer data management; knowledge of ethics and regulatory procedures (i.e. informed consent process, data safety and monitoring plans, principles of data collection and documentation) involved with clinical trials and other clinical research; ability to work as a member of a project team.
Job Description:
This position is a full-time research coordinator position for the ACCESS for Mental Health Lab, directed by Dr. Tara Mehta and housed within the Institute of Juvenile Research (IJR) at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). Our lab is dedicated to alleviating disparities in access to mental health services for children and families, with a focus on vulnerable populations (e.g., urban poverty, ethnic/racial minorities). The research coordinator will manage/coordinate study operations in community-based research addressing mental health services disparities. The research coordinator will work with Dr. Tara Mehta primarily supporting a NIMH-funded study designed to examine the effectiveness of peer-support navigators in engaging families with Black and Latinx children in children’s mental health services. The successful candidate will be exceptionally detail oriented, possess strong oral and written communication skills, have the ability to juggle multiple tasks and have strong interpersonal skills. Specific tasks include developing study procedures, and guiding, training, and advising the research team on project implementation, following established research protocols to recruit and consent participants, communication with regulatory agencies (e.g., IRB, NIMH), and processing and analyzing quantitative and qualitative data for mental health services research studies. The research coordinator will also attend, lead, and engage in meetings and trainings with community partners and communicate with community partners. The coordinator will prepare, organize, and summarize research and results for presentations and reports, with opportunities to contribute to publications, grants, and presentations and present at professional conferences. There may be opportunities to engage in other projects focused on community-based mental health services research, implementation science, and health disparities.—

Full-Time Lab Manager at Colorado State University See posting under Cognitive (RAAIN Lab position).

Full-time Research Assistant Job Opening - Advancing Community Capacity to Empower Service Systems for Mental Health (ACCESS) Team at UIC (Chicago, IL)
See below & email Tara Mehta (ude.ciu|athemt#ude.ciu|athemt) with any questions!

https://uic.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/1/home/requisition/6386?c=uic

How to Apply: Please submit materials to online portal AND email a CV/resume and cover letter to ude.ciu|HMssecca#ude.ciu|HMssecca.

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in social science or related field. A minimum of one-year related research experience. Knowledge of research concepts, practices, and procedures.

Job Description:

This position is a full-time research associate position for the ACCESS for Mental Health Lab, directed by Dr. Tara Mehta and housed within the Institute of Juvenile Research (IJR) at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). Our lab is dedicated to alleviating disparities in access to mental health services for children and families, with a focus on vulnerable populations (e.g., urban poverty, ethnic/racial minorities). The research assistant will support the research efforts of the 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 5-12, 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.

Two or more years’ experience in a clinical (human subjects) research setting (or equivalent combination of education and experience), ability to speak Spanish (to recruit, consent, and communicate with Spanish-speaking participants), and prior experience with data processing and statistical software (e.g. REDCap, Microsoft and Google suites, SPSS/R), as well as human subjects research (IRBs), preferred.

Research Assistant job opening - Global Mental Health and Addiction Program at UMD college park. I can vouch that the mentorship and teamwork in this lab are amazing! The position will involve leading day-to-day on-site operations for a research project evaluating a behavioral activation intervention delivered by a peer at the University of Maryland Drug Treatment Center, a methadone maintenance program in Baltimore, MD. This project is in collaboration with researchers at University of Maryland Baltimore in the Department of Psychiatry. The project aims to understand the effectiveness and implementation success of a peer-delivered behavioral activation intervention for individuals with opioid use disorder in the methadone program. Start date is negotiable during Spring 2023.

Applicants interested in implementation science and addiction who are interested in pursuing PhD programs in clinical psychology, public health, or global health, or medical school are encouraged to apply. Dr. Magidson’s program of research at University of Maryland offers an exciting opportunity to be engaged in local and global addiction science and mental health research with underserved populations.

More at https://www.gmhaddictionlab.org/job-openings

*Clinical Research Assistant - The Miriam Hospital & Brown University* The Center for Behavioral and Preventive Medicine at The Miriam Hospital, a Brown University teaching hospital, is seeking a Clinical Research Assistant to conduct clinical interviews and process various biospecimens for longitudinal studies investigating substance use during pregnancy and fetal/infant neurobehavior. The Clinical Research Assistant will work closely with PI, Dr. Laura Stroud, and other members of the BAMBAM Lab (https://bambamlab.org/). Applications will be reviewed immediately. For more information and to apply, please visit the following website:: https://jobs.lifespan.org/search/jobdetails/clinical-research-asst/317ce462-9038-4000-978d-df31db2d4d82

Baylor College of Medicine (Research Coordinators)
Eric Storch, PhD, is seeking multiple postbaccalaureate research coordinators for two studies investigating the long-term mental health trajectories of youth with depression/suicidality and youth exposed to trauma. The roles will involve leading recruitment and participant engagement, managing regulatory aspects of the studies, administering assessments, and overseeing day-to-day tasks, among other duties. There will be opportunities for writing and participation in other projects in the lab focused on OCD, anxiety, misophonia, and autism, among other topic areas. The position is ideal for individuals interested in pursuing graduate education in psychology, medicine, or related professions. Interested applicants should send an expression of interest in the position to ude.mcb|hcrotS.cirE#ude.mcb|hcrotS.cirE, including: 1) A CV and 2) A one-page cover letter outlining their interest in the position and their relevant experience.

Full-time research assistant at Michigan State University The Clinical Neuroscience Lab at Michigan State University (https://cnl.psy.msu.edu/) is seeking to hire a Research Assistant for a funded project investigating abnormal visual perception in people with schizophrenia and those at risk. The successful candidate will play a pivotal role in many aspects of the study including recruiting and scheduling participants, collecting eye tracking, visual psychophysics, survey, cognitive, and interview data, organizing and analyzing study data, and manuscript preparation. In addition, this position will involve general lab management, including maintaining ethical protocols. The Research Assistant will also have plenty of opportunity to prepare scientific results for publication and presentation. Finally, there will be the opportunity to participate in a mental health outreach initiative (https://mhrc.psy.msu.edu). There will be ample opportunity to learn novel methods in functional neuroimaging, vision science, and clinical science; accordingly, this position should be viewed as a stepping stone toward gaining entry into graduate programs in Clinical Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, or Neuroscience or medical school. The ideal candidate should be highly motivated and capable of working independently. Individuals interested in the biological basis of mental disorders, neuropsychology and/or neuroscience, and neuroimaging are especially encouraged to apply. Minimum qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in psychology or a related field (i.e. neuroscience), previous experience working or volunteering in a research lab, experience using statistical analysis software (e.g., SPSS, R, etc.). Previous experience coding in MATLAB, Python, or similar languages and/or experience using REDCap and Qualtrics are desired, but not necessary. The posting and instructions for applying can be found here: https://careers.msu.edu/en-us/job/514310/research-technologist-i. Please contact Katy Thakkar (ude.usm|rakahtk#ude.usm|rakahtk) for questions. Applications close on April 4. Start date is flexible between late Spring and mid-Summer./

Assistant Project Coordinator - Oregon Social Learning Center (remote). You will work closely with the Project Coordinators, other staff, and Scientists to assist in the coordination of several National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded projects, including the JEAP Initiative and HEAL Connections. The APC will be responsible for a mix of research and administrative work. This may include assisting with new grant proposals and annual reports, assisting with training for other staff, implementing administrative procedures and policies, assisting the project coordinator with day-to-day operations, communicating with external collaborators and individuals, assisting in the implementation of study designs, and other research and administrative tasks as needed. Specifically, this APC, in addition to the above responsibilities, will help support the formation and functioning of several nationwide Community Boards made up of individuals in recovery from substance use disorder, individuals with pain conditions, and providers of recovery support services. This support will include recruitment and formation of several new Community Boards, coordinating and supporting Community Board meetings, communicating with Board members, and other related tasks. Preferred qualifications include lived experience with recovery from substance use, involvement with the justice system, or involvement with other public systems. Applicants from underrepresented populations are strongly encouraged to apply. Priority application deadline: April 2. More info here: https://www.oslc.org/careers-listings/

Research Assistant - The Department of Health Psychology in the College of Health Sciences at the University of Missouri-Columbia (MU). Seeks applicants for a Research Assistant with an expected start date of 7/3/2023. The appointment is for one year. The Research Assistant will support the activities of Dr. Andrew Kiselica’s Clinical Evaluation and Research in Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias (ClEaR-ADRD) lab, which focuses on detecting early signs of cognitive decline in Alzheimer’s disease, understanding the links between stress and aging, and helping improve the lives of older adults, persons with dementia, and care partners through assistive technologies. Primary responsibilities are to manage ongoing research studies, including submitting and managing IRB applications, scheduling and tracking participants, and collecting, managing, and analyzing data. The Research Assistant will also gain experience with clinical assessment of older adults in the context of research, in addition to having opportunities to assist with grant preparation and gain authorship on presentations and publications. More information and how to apply can be found here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WT39kYRAPTmoJ5VkZ0bwBm70BqomIn1r/edit

Research Assistant - Vanderbilt University Medical Center (Nashville, TN) Full time research assistant needed to join a laboratory within the Vanderbilt Psychiatric Hospital focused on the study of psychotic disorders. Under direct supervision, the research assistant will be responsible for recruiting research subjects into various clinical research studies and assisting investigators in the collection and analysis of study data. In particular, the research assistant with help conduct a longitudinal study of delusions. This will require a desire to work directly with individuals who experience psychosis as well as excellent organizational and data management skills. The research assistant will also assist with a randomized-controlled trial (RCT) of a psychotherapy intervention for persecutory delusions, conducted within the psychotic disorders program. The research assistant will be responsible for performing psychiatric symptom interviews, administering cognitive tests, and carrying out neuroimaging study protocols. The research assistant will be an integral part of the study team, will regularly attend clinical meetings and will assist with recruitment in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Minimum qualifications include a Bachelors degree in psychology or a related field (e.g. neuroscience, human development). Experience in a clinical research setting is highly desirable.This position is a 2-year commitment. Please send resume and cover letter to: gro.cmuv|dleiffehs.ailuJ#gro.cmuv|dleiffehs.ailuJ

Data coordinator/Analyst - University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (Pittsburgh, PA) We are a research lab that studies risk and protective factors for depression and suicide in late life. The ideal candidate will have strong quantitative skills, programming experience, some experience in psychology, and an interest in suicide research. The following skills are preferred. Programming Languages: R, Matlab, Python, or similar. Our data coordinator will oversee data management, data quality check, data training, assist in annual report submission to funding agencies, and collaborate with other investigators in the Department. Successful lab members get support with independent data projects that can lead to publications, and they also benefit from weekly meetings with statisticians. They will also have the opportunity to obtain clinical skills and administer psychological assessments based on interests. The selected individual can start anytime between the spring and summer of 2023. Check our website for more info and how to apply: http://gsuicide.pitt.edu/szanto_join.html

Research Assistant - Columbia University (NY, NY) We are seeking to fill three (3) Research Assistant positions within the Translational Research on Affective Disorders and Suicide Laboratory at Columbia University. The lab examines the etiology and treatment of depression and suicide in adolescents. Research assistants in the lab work across studies that primarily focus on short-term prediction of suicidal behaviors (based on passive sensor smartphone technology, EEG/ERPs, MRI) as well as the prediction of depression onset (based on EEG/ERP and MRI). The position is full-time, starting in June 2023 (or as early as if feasible). A two-year commitment is requested, and renewal of the appointment is contingent upon continued funding. A period of evaluation will be required. Flexibility in working hours is a plus.
https://nyspi.applicantpro.com/jobs/2760459.html

Project Coordinator Position at UConn Health (Farmington, CT) We are hiring a full-time Project Coordinator to work on our new NIDA-funded Initiative (the Collaborative Hub for Emerging Adult Recovery Research [CHEARR], R24DA057632) focused on recovery supports for emerging adults with opioid use disorder. CHEARR seeks to advance research on the efficacy/effectiveness of recovery support services, particularly continuing care models, for emerging adults (ages 18 to 25) who take or who have taken medications for opioid use disorder. Of note, we encourage applicants with lived experience in recovery from substance use and/or with familial substance use to apply for this position. Responsibilities include providing administrative support for CHEARR research faculty and trainees, as well as coordinating and facilitating community boards comprised of emerging adults in recovery and recovery professionals. This is a great opportunity to learn about community based participatory research approaches, which includes promoting genuine partnerships among communities impacted by opioid use disorder, recovery professionals, and researchers. Competitive salary and benefits package. E-mail Kristyn Zajac at ude.chcu|cajaz#ude.chcu|cajaz with any questions.

To learn more about this position and to apply, go to: https://jobs.uchc.edu. Scroll all the way to the bottom of the page until you see a job number text box that says “Search”. Type in job number: 2023-859. (Note: not the keyword search at the top of the page). The position title is “Administrative Program Assistant 1”, job #2023-859. This position is within the Calhoun Cardiology Center, Behavioral Health Division. Applications will be reviewed starting 1/27/2023.

Oregon Social Learning Center (Undergraduate Intern in Recovery Support Services)
Join a team at the JEAP Initiative , a five-year project funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, which aims to advance research on recovery support services for substance use disorder. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) Summer Research Internship Program supports undergraduate students with a focus on increasing underrepresented populations in substance use and addiction research. Through this program, students participate in full-time, paid research internships for eight weeks during the summer. We value lived experience, and thus there is a preferred qualification for individuals with lived experience with substance use issues or the justice system. This internship will be conducted entirely remotely. https://www.jeapinitiative.org/internships/ Application deadline: 2/10/23

San Diego State University (Research Coordinator - Department of Psychology)
We're searching for a full-time research coordinator for our ongoing NIH-sponsored clinical trial for suicide prevention amongst LGBTQ+ youth and young adults: https://forms.gle/67cARyyAcWakgkHL8 job ad]; review starts 2/1/23

University of Chicago (Research Assistant - Department of Psychiatry)
The Nutrition and Pregnancy Study is currently seeking a Research Assistant to support a new sub-study designed to test the association among prenatal DHA levels, pregnancy stress reactivity, and early childhood asthma and atopy among African American women and their children living in low-income, urban environments.
https://uchicago.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/External/details/Research-Assistant_JR19687?q=JR19687 job ad]; review starts 1/5/23

University of Kansas (Assistant Researcher)
The Center for the Advancement of Research on Eating Behaviors (CARE) Laboratory has 1-2 openings for an Assistant Researcher to help coordinate clinical trials and basic science research in eating disorders. The Assistant Researcher will work closely with Dr. Kelsie Forbush, PI, and a team of local and international researchers. Duties will include conducting literature searches, writing IRB submissions and amendments, overseeing participant recruitment and enrollment, participant testing using structured clinical interviews, coordinating team meetings and laboratory schedules, preliminary basic data analyses, data cleaning, and data management using RedCap software. Other responsibilities will include supervising undergraduate research assistants and paid staff, assisting with extramural and intramural grant submissions, maintaining lab records and processes, and assisting with publications. The Assistant Researcher will assist the PI in upholding high ethical standards, regulatory compliance, and confidentiality of sensitive data and open-science reporting practices. Application review starts April 10, 2023, and the ideal start date is in June 2023. For more information or to apply, please go to: https://employment.ku.edu/assistant-researcher/24318br

University of Louisville (Study Coordinator)
https://www.louisvilleeatlab.com/now-hiring.html
The EAT Lab is hiring a full-time study coordinator to work on the Predicting Recovery study, an NIH-supported study examining how eating disorder symptoms and physiology, collected via wearable sensors, across time predict relapse and recovery. Minimum experience is a bachelors’ degree in either psychology, engineering, computer science or a related field. Prior experience with physiological research or large-scale longitudinal data, Python, and SQL are a plus, but not required. Research experience is a must. Start dates are flexible but ideal start is May 2023. Additional information and how to apply available here:

Florida International University, Buffalo NY (Part-Time Research Coordinator)
https://careers.fiu.edu
The ADHD Intervention Technologies Lab at the Center for Children and Families at Florida International University is hiring a part-time project coordinator for studies investigating the use of mobile technology in the treatment and assessment of childhood ADHD. The position is located at the Center for Children and Families of Western New York in Buffalo, NY. We are looking for someone who is detail-oriented, has excellent problem-solving skills, and is able to prioritize tasks efficiently. If you are passionate about making a difference in the lives of children and are looking for an exciting new opportunity, we would love to hear from you! Job ID 528389. Job Title: Temporary Research Coordinator (Location Buffalo, NY). Apply now!

Brown University (Research Assistant)
This Research Assistant (RA) will support research projects on substance use, neurobiology and health behaviors based at Brown University. Activities involve participant recruitment, screening, tracking and retention; delivering behavioral, cognitive and biological assessments; datafile management and quality assurance; participant payments; biospecimen testing; drug and intervention randomization; laboratory supply inventory. The RA is expected to generate and organize project documentation and assemble materials for IRB modifications and progress reports. The RA must be willing and able to safely enter the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) environment to assist with data collection. https://brown.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/staff-careers-brown/jobs/details/Research-Assistant_REQ183262

University of Pennsylvania - Suicide Prevention and Autism (Study Coordinators)
Seeking to hire a full time research coordinator for a large comparative effectiveness trial of two innovative approaches to suicide prevention for youth on the autism spectrum. This multi-site study is recruiting participants from four health systems around the country lead by Dr. Shari Jager-Hyman and Penn and Brenna Maddox at The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. The Senior Research Coordinator will coordinate study activities across sites and provide oversight to the Assessment Core at Penn. The Senior Research Coordinator will oversee the REDCap study database and lead the preparation and submission of IRB, Data Safety and Monitoring Board, and grant funder documents to fulfill reporting requirements. The Senior Research Coordinator will also coordinate and support the development of study materials, recruit and consent participants, conduct telephone-based clinical assessments, manage data, and provide data coding as needed. The SeniorResearch Coordinator will serve as a supervisor for independent evaluators conducting clinical assessments and provide oversight for their duties in data collection and management. The Research Coordinator Senior will also coordinate communication among the team through scheduling and leading weekly meeting with the dual PIs, Assessment Core, and monthly project update meetings. Seeking to hire ASAP. shorturl.at/noQY2

University of Nebraska - Lincoln (Research technologist) This position has been filled, keeping it listed for archival purposes
Seeking to hire a full time laboratory scientist/technician to conduct testing of saliva and blood samples for markers of stress and health in an R01-funded study of Latinx health disparities and social networks. Responsibilities include conducting testing of stress and health markers in blood and saliva samples using ELISA and other techniques. Prior wet lab experience required, but we can provide training for the specific assays to be run. Depending on the skills and interests of the individual hired, there are opportunities to participate in dissemination of the study findings (e.g., present posters, co-author publications). For best consideration apply by Nov 15th but applications will continue to be reviewed until the position is filled. Seeking to hire in Dec/Jan, with options to renew through summer 2025. https://employment.unl.edu/postings/82497

Loyola University Chicago ACCTION Lab - Study Coordinator Position**__
https://www.careers.luc.edu/postings/22304
Job Description: The project coordinator manages daily operations of a foundation-funded research project that provides culturally responsive psychodiagnostic assessments and appropriate wellbeing referrals (e.g., mental and physical health resources and programs) to Black and Latina/e/o adolescents suspected of having ADHD and their families. The project involves the recruitment of Black and Latina/e/o adolescents suspected of having ADHD to participate in this research project. The project also involves providing psychodiagnostic assessments and report writing under the supervision of Dr. Smith and data collection. This is an ideal position for someone who is interested in applying to graduate school or someone with interests in youth with neurodevelopmental disorders. Individuals with knowledge of the Chicagoland communities are highly encouraged to applying.
Deadlines: Open until filled, start date ASAP (preferred start 11/1/2022)
Requirements: Fill out application at https://www.careers.luc.edu/postings/22304 and submit cover letter and resume/CV.

*Full-Time Research Coordinator- STARR Lab at University of North Texas Health Science Center *
The STARR (Studying Alcohol and Related Risk) Lab at the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth, TX is hiring a research assistant to work across several federally funded projects examining adolescent and young adult substance use. The research assistant would be joining an active lab and vibrant team and would work closely with two investigators, Drs. Melissa Lewis and Dana Litt, in the implementation of several NIH/NIAAA funded studies. The ideal start time would be in January or February 2023/ Please visit the job ad to learn more and apply: https://jobs.untsystem.edu/postings/67520

VA Boston Healthcare System - Research Assistant Position**
Job Description: The National Center for PTSD, Women’s Health Sciences Division at VA Boston Healthcare System is seeking a full-time Research Assistant for an early winter (January 2023) start date. The research assistant will work closely with Principal Investigators on a research project using network analysis and ecological momentary assessment (EMA) to examine gender differences in the comorbidity of PTSD, suicidal ideation, and other self-destructive behaviors. The research assistant may also support additional projects within the Division including those related to military sexual trauma, PTSD treatment and treatment outcome clinical trials, gender differences in traumatic stress exposure, and health outcomes and stressors unique to women Veterans. Responsibilities include conducting telephone and in-person screening sessions, data collection, data analysis, participant recruitment, administrative management of research studies (including assistance with EMA data monitoring for risk concerns), and assistance in the preparation of grants, presentations, and manuscripts.
Setting: The Women's Health Sciences Division in Boston, MA, specializes in the study of women Veterans and non-Veterans, with a particular focus on understanding gender differences in trauma exposure, trauma and stress in marginalized groups, community violence, and polytrauma psychopathology.
Requirements: Bachelor's degree in psychology or a closely related discipline; research experience; strong interpersonal skills. Clinical or research experience in PTSD and/or suicide prevention desired but not required.
Time Commitment: Two years, with the possibility of an extension.
Anticipated Start Date: January 2023
How to apply: Please submit:
1) a letter describing your 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.
This is an ideal position for those intending to apply to graduate school (MA or Ph.D.) in clinical psychology or a related discipline. Opportunities to present at national conferences and contribute to academic publications are available and encouraged.
Application/questions should be submitted to Rachel Zelkowitz, Ph.D., (vog.av|ztiwoklez.lehcar#vog.av|ztiwoklez.lehcar). Applications will be reviewed until the positions are filled.
The Department of Veteran Affairs is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Research Assistant (https://vanderbilt.taleo.net/careersection/.vu_cs/jobdetail.ftl?job=2214796&tz=GMT-06%3A00&tzname=America%2FChicago)
Full-time Research Assistant to join a laboratory within the Vanderbilt Psychiatric Hospital focused on the study of neuromodulation (i.e. brain stimulation) interventions for psychotic disorders. Under direct supervision, the research assistant will be responsible for recruiting research subjects into clinical research studies and assisting investigators in the collection and analysis of study data. The Research Assistant will work alongside the principal investigator to conduct a randomized, controlled trial of a neuromodulation intervention (repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation, rTMS) for nicotine dependence in people with schizophrenia and healthy individuals. This will require a desire to work directly with individuals who experience psychosis and nicotine dependence as well as excellent organizational and data management skills. Hiring to begin immediately, reviewing applications starting 11/16/22. Email CV/Resume to gro.cmuv|draw.b.rehtaeh#gro.cmuv|draw.b.rehtaeh

*Lab Manager - Vanderbilt University*
Our lab examines the etiology and mechanisms underlying psychoses and works on developing innovative interventions. Currently, we are researching anomalous bodily experiences, resilience, self-other boundaries, and cross-cultural differences among many other topics. More information about our current research project can be found on our website https://lab.vanderbilt.edu/body-mind-brain-lab/.

We are hiring two (2) lab managers for the Body Mind & Brain at Vanderbilt University. The start-date is flexible and negotiable (Fall of 2022 – Spring/Summer of 2023) but a 2-year commitment is strongly desired. These positions come with excellent opportunities for strengthening one’s research portfolio. There is also a wide range of interesting collaborative opportunities within the lab. Research staff are encouraged and supported to present at major conferences (e.g., SRP, SIRS) and will be able to co-author manuscripts. These positions are ideal for any individuals who has completed (or is about to complete) a bachelor’s degree in psychology, cognitive/social neuroscience, or a related field, and is planning to attend graduate programs in clinical psychology or cognitive/social neuroscience. The ideal applicant will have had some prior research experience in clinical psychology and/or cognitive neuroscience and some coursework in statistics.

Applications can be found here https://ecsr.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX/requisitions/preview/10002933/?keyword=research+assistant+psychology. Any questions? Contact us at moc.liamg|tlibrednav.balkrap#moc.liamg|tlibrednav.balkrap.

*Clinical Research Assistant - The Miriam Hospital & Brown University* The Center for Behavioral and Preventive Medicine at The Miriam Hospital, a Brown University teaching hospital, is seeking a Clinical Research Assistant to conduct clinical interviews and process various biospecimens for longitudinal studies investigating substance use during pregnancy and fetal/infant neurobehavior. The Clinical Research Assistant will work closely with PI, Dr. Laura Stroud, and other members of the BAMBAM Lab (https://bambamlab.org/). Applications will be reviewed immediately, with the goal of hiring in Fall 2022. For more information and to apply, please visit the following website:: https://jobs.lifespan.org/search/jobdetails/clinical-research-asst/c3107abc-2fff-4b61-869e-076834a25264

Baylor University The Baylor Behavioral Medicine Laboratory, in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at Baylor University, is recruiting part-time and full-time postbaccalaureate research positions to begin this summer. Responsibilities will include running participant visits for ongoing federally funded research projects, assisting with data management and data processing, assisting with participant recruitment, and engaging in community outreach. There will be opportunities to work on abstracts for conference presentations. Candidates should have a strong interest in health and/or clinical psychology and an interest in stress research. Review of applications will begin immediately (May 2023). If interested, please send a cover letter, CV, and the names of three letters of reference to Dr. Annie Ginty (ude.rolyab|ytnig_einna#ude.rolyab|ytnig_einna).

Wayne State University - Boys and Girls Club of Southeast Michigan Part-time (10-14 hours, 10k per year) Clinical Assistant
Responsibilities:
1. Be available to meet face to face with youth to complete interviews to gather clinical
information for assessments
2. Serve as co-group leaders for psychoeducational/skills based groups with youth
3. Serve as counselors and mentors to youth in need of those behavioral health services

Qualifications:
1. Bachelor’s degree in human service or health discipline such as psychology, social work,
nursing, pre-medicine, sociology, public health
2. Culturally sensitive & compassionate
3. Desire to work with underserved children from diverse backgrounds
4. In graduate school or interested in future graduate school for counseling, psychology, social work, education, nursing, pharmacy or other health service profession

University of Tulsa – Psychophysiology Laboratory for Affective Neuroscience Full-time Research Associate / Research Coordinator. The position will assist with a 5-year NIH/NCCIH grant funded study that started summer 2022. The project investigates the role of structural racism and discrimination (SRD), and other stress-related mechanisms, in the Native American (NA) chronic pain inequity. The project will also investigate NA pain resiliency factors that moderate pain risk pathways. The RA/RC will be involved with all aspects of the study, including participant recruitment, screening, and scheduling pain and stress assessments; data management and processing; maintenance of compliance records (e.g., annual IRB reports, NIH recruitment reports); and other duties as assigned. There will be ample opportunities for authorship/co-authorship on presentations and publications. As part of the job, the RA/RC will receive advanced training in psychophysiological assessment of stress and pain (e.g., EEG, EMG, EKG, respiration, skin conductance), quantitative sensory testing (e.g., temporal summation, conditioned pain modulation, contact heat evoked potentials), as well as blood (HbA1c, hs-CRP, lipids) and salivary (cortisol) biomarkers. Human participant assessment will be conducted on the campus of the University of Tulsa; however, some travel to surrounding tribal nations and Indian Health Service sites to aid in recruitment will be expected. For more information and to apply, please visit the following website: https://universitytulsa.peopleadmin.com/postings/6529. Applications will be reviewed starting immediately, with the goal of hiring in Fall 2022.

University of Pittsburgh. Project Coordinator (Job Number 22008838)

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Description - External
The incumbent will serve as a project coordinator for an NIH-funded research study. This coordination involves being in charge of training, work assignment, performance appraisal, and day-to-day supervision of full time research staff, students, and volunteers working with participants as part of the study. This study examines how normal differences between people relate to their heart health. There are two samples involved in the study. In the first sample, the goal is to determine whether daily life experiences, biological and social factors, lifestyle characteristics and behaviors, brain function, and brain structure relate to changes in heart health over time. In a second sample, the goal is to investigate whether a 12-month moderate intensity exercise program can improve heart and brain health. Staff and student efforts for both studies will involve scheduling and interviewing participants, training participants to self-monitor during daily life, and other data collection and data management efforts.

The incumbent will be in charge of coordinating and supervising all of these efforts, as well as adapting existing practices to address unique situations that arise on a day-to-day basis. The incumbent will also be in charge of some administrative support (for example, ordering supplies, tracking participant compliance, and scheduling) for this project. The incumbent will communicate directly with other research staff who have participant contact, and will make day-to-day decisions about how best to coordinate staffing efforts in order to meet project goals in consultation with the principal investigator. In addition to day-to-day coordination of participant data collection efforts by other staff and students, the incumbent will also directly work with participants in this study. In this capacity, the incumbent will schedule participants for research visits, will train participants to monitor their blood pressure, mood, and activities during daily life over the course of a week, and will be in charge of handling data quality issues with respect to the information collected.

Incumbent will assess clinic blood pressure, conduct interviews, and administer questionnaires with these participants. Incumbent will conduct telephone follow-up interviews with participants to ensure that they are following the research protocol, and will help keep records to ensure that training and data collection are occurring in a timely fashion. The incumbent will also be responsible for some data processing, management, and transcription as part of this project. Finally, as the Lab Safety Officer, incumbent will be responsible for implementing and supervising implementation of appropriate Covid mitigation procedures in the lab throughout the working day. The Dietrich School is committed to building a culturally diverse staff. We are seeking candidates with excellent interpersonal and relationship-building skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of individuals and constituencies in support of a diverse community.

Qualifications - External
Master's degree in relevant field or Bachelor's degree with equivalent relevant experience. Major in Psychology is preferred. Experience with medical measures (e.g., blood pressure) and medical terminology is preferred. At least three to five years of relevant experience in psychological or medical research is preferred.

University of California, San Diego The UCSD Interventional Psychiatry Program is seeking to hiring two Assistant Clinical Research Coordinators to contribute to clinical and translational mental health research. The primary duty of these positions will be implementation of research protocols with repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS), functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and electroencephalography (EEG). Responsibilities include administering diagnostic interviews; acquiring confidential and sensitive information including medical/mental health history; and administration of neurocognitive assessments and symptom rating scales. Duties also include maintenance of accurate and complete clinical research files; update study databases and ensure compliance with standardized protocol; assisting with annual IRB and NIH reporting. This position comes with full benefits through the University of California, San Diego. Review of candidates will start immediately, and will continue until the position is filled. The position is available immediately and applicants must be willing to live in San Diego CA area. To apply, please respond to the job requisition number 119177 on the UCSD Job site, employment.ucsd.edu. Informal inquiry and questions are also welcome via email to greg [at] health.ucsd.edu

Virginia Commonwealth University The Department of Psychology is recruiting to fill two Project Coordinator positions (Lab/Research Technicians). The Project Coordinators will primarily be involved with coordinating an IES Measurement project focusing on a teacher self-report measure or a NIMH project focusing on the sustainment of a school-based intervention, although work on other research projects associated with a broader research program will also be associated with the positions. These positions work under the supervision of Drs. Bryce D. McLeod and Kevin Sutherland. The candidate will be exposed to data collection and management, experience working with statistical databases (REDCap, SPSS, SAS), and supporting publications. This is a great fit for those interested in gaining research experience to apply for research-intensive graduate programs, particularly in clinical psychology or in education. For more information, please visit our official posting at: https://vcu.csod.com/ui/internal-career-site/app/job-details/1462.

Medical University of South Carolina The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences is seeking a Program Assistant for the Addiction Sciences Division. The candidate will work on a group of research studies within MUSC’s Youth Collaborative that focus on evaluating treatments for youth alcohol and cannabis use disorder. The candidate will assist the Principal Investigators (Drs. Kevin Gray and Lindsay Squeglia) in the recruitment of research participants, the collection of psychological and biological research data, data entry, and organizational tasks. Primary duties include the coordination of a study testing cannabidiol (CBD) as a possible medication to treat alcohol use disorder. The candidate will be directly involved in the collection of questionnaire, interview, laboratory, and other research data related to ongoing and future research studies. After-hours and weekend work are required. Travel around the local Charleston area may also be required. This is a fantastic opportunity for people that wish to eventually pursue a graduate degree (e.g., PhD or Masters in Clinical Psychology or Neuroscience, attend medical school). For more information, please go to the official job posting at: https://careers.pageuppeople.com/756/cw/en-us/job/545822/univ-program-assistant-psychiatry-addiction-sciences-division .

University of New Mexico, School of Medicine Are you looking to gain psychological research experience? There is an opening for a full-time research assistant (Research Scientist 1) in the lab of Dr. Pilar Sanjuan at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine, Department of Family and Community Medicine. This person will primarily work on an NIAAA-funded neuroimaging study examining the lab to real-life association between emotion regulation to drinking cues during fMRI and during EMA collection. Additionally, there are opportunities to gain a range of research skills based on your interests/goals (e.g., data management and analysis, conducting literature reviews, scientific writing and publishing, perinatal substance use). People previously in these roles in the Sanjuan Lab have successfully entered doctoral-level programs in psychology and medicine-related fields. This job requires a bachelor’s degree or equivalent. For more information and to apply, please go to the official job posting at https://unm.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/18/home/requisition/21090?c=unm. Applications will be reviewed starting August 8, 2022.

Chapman University Research Assistant Position in Child and Adolescent Psychology at Chapman University: The Women and Children’s Health and Well-Being Project at Chapman University, directed by Dr. Laura Glynn, is seeking a full-time research assistant. This position presents diverse opportunities to participate in work on NIH and CA state-funded research on early-life experiences, brain development, and vulnerability to mental illnesses during childhood and adolescence. Our program is a collaboration between UC Irvine’s Conte Center and Chapman University. Employment will be through Chapman University. The research assistant will have the opportunity to work with several cohorts and will be responsible for recruiting and testing mothers, infants, school-age children, adolescents, and young adults. Other responsibilities include overseeing IRB protocols, field studies of mood via smart phone technology, attending participant MRI sessions, and assisting the PIs with data analysis. Bilingual English/Spanish candidates are especially encouraged to apply. Our program has been in existence for over 20 years. So far, more than 1,500 families have participated in our studies. Successful candidates must be committed to the long-term success of our relationship with participants and to careful and thoughtful data collection and analysis. To apply: https://chapman.peopleadmin.com/postings/27389. For more information about our studies: https://contecenter.uci.edProjects 2 & 3, https://opr.ca.gov/ciapm/activity/research/aces/awardees.html“Using Precision Medicine to Tackle Impacts of Adverse and Unpredictable Experiences on Children's Neurodevelopment”

Indiana University - Bloomington Study Coordinator. Study Coordinator for two NIH funded studies, one focused on autism and the other in cannabis use. The position is within the Clinical and Cognitive Neuroscience Center (CCNC), which focuses on schizophrenia spectrum, substance use, and autism spectrum disorders. The CCNC is within the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Indiana University Bloomington and is led by professors Bill Hetrick, Krista Wisner, & Brian O’Donnell. Primary responsibilities include participant recruitment and symptom, cognitive, and neuroimaging assessment. The successful applicant will join our vibrant and versatile lab team, in exploring cerebral and cerebellar contributions to behavioral deficits in temporal processing, classical conditioning, motor coordination, proprioception, linguistic cohesion, affective facial processing, interoception, stress responsivity, and decision-making. Methodologies currently employed include behavioral tasks, self-report, electrophysiology (EEG/EMG/EDA/ECG), neurostimulation (transcranial direct current stimulation), and magnetic resonance imaging (structural MRI, functional MRI, diffusion-weighted imaging, resting state functional connectivity, and magnetic resonance spectroscopy). This position is ideal for a candidate interested in gaining hands-on experience before pursuing doctoral training in psychology, medicine, neuroscience, or a related field. The CCNC and College value diversity, equity, and inclusion as a core strengths and essential elements in the success of their educational mission.

Binghamton University (SUNY) Full-time Project Coordinators. The Binghamton Mood Disorders Institute is seeking 1-2 full-time Project Coordinators to assist with an NIMH-funded study to examine mechanisms of risk for the intergenerational transmission of depression during the transition from childhood to adolescence. job ad

University of Illinois (Research Coordinator, Clinical Psychology, for a large-scale study validating a continuous transdermal alcohol biosensor; lab research overview; research project overview; applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, and we encourage you to submit yours as soon as possible to ensure full consideration. A bachelor’s degree at the time of employment is required. A 2-year commitment to the position is requested. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications. Please submit a cover letter, CV/resume, copy of academic transcript (unofficial or official), and at least one letter of reference to Dr. Catharine Fairbairn at ude.sionilli|iabriafc#ude.sionilli|iabriafc with the subject line “Research Coordinator Job 2022.”

University of Pittsburgh Recruiting a full-time lab manager to work at the Learning Research and Development Center (LRDC), a multi-disciplinary center for research to advance the science of learning by bringing together leading researchers in the cognitive, social, and educational sciences. The lab manager will help coordinate the work of a developmental neuroscience lab, studying how life experiences influence reward and emotion brain circuitry. The lab uses behavioral studies and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to understand (a) how children and adolescents learn about different aspects of their environment, (b) how brain circuits responsible for learning are shaped by exposure to stress, and (c) why neural changes due to stress confer risks for negative outcomes during development. Qualifications B.A. or B.S. in psychology, cognitive science, neuroscience, social work, biology, computer science or related fields and a minimum of 2 years’ experience required, or equivalent combination of relevant education and experience. Additional qualifications include: excellent interpersonal skills especially working with low-income and underserved populations; strong organizational abilities; understanding and experience of psychology in order to contribute to conceptual discussions and research papers, possibly leading to authorship in resulting publications; strong proficiency using software such as Microsoft Office; knowledge of statistical procedures; experience with Python and/or R. apply at [https://cfopitt.taleo.net/careersection/pitt_staff_external/jobdetail.ftl?job=22005861&tz=GMT-04%3A00&tzname=America%2FNew_York].

University of South Alabama Director, SOAR Project. The Department of Psychology at University of South Alabama is hiring a full-time director to work on a new R01 research project funded by the National Institutes of Health, called SOAR (Strengthening Opportunities for Achievement and Resilience). The purpose of the project is to implement and evaluate an intervention to reduce youth violence and suicidality. SOAR is a complex, multisystemic project that involves collaboration between the Mobile County Public School System, the Mobile Police Department, and USA. To apply to this position, please complete the application here: https://southalabama.peopleadmin.com/postings/36510. If you have questions, please contact Dr. Krista Mehari (ude.amabalahtuos|irahem#ude.amabalahtuos|irahem).

Washington University in St. Louis Head Research Lab in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences is looking for a full-time research technician position to work on research investigating mediators and moderators of the effects of physical activity on neuronal integrity, Alzheimer disease biomarkers, brain structure and cognitive function in middle-aged to older adults. For more details, please see the job posting.

Wesleyan University The Schizophrenia Cognition Lab at Wesleyan University is seeking a bachelor’s-level lab manager to help oversee a team of Wesleyan undergraduates working on a federally-funded study designed to compare two evidence-based forms of cognitive training in people with schizophrenia. The study will be conducted at two to three local mental health treatment sites in central Connecticut. The lab manager will be responsible for helping with study management: training students in cognitive and symptom assessments, as well as monitoring fidelity of cognitive training protocols at study sites, and data management and analysis. Excellent position for someone planning on a career in clinical psychology or other health professions with opportunities to present at conferences and publish work in peer-reviewed journals: [https://careers.wesleyan.edu/postings/8598] If you have any questions please contact Dr. Matthew Kurtz at ude.nayelsew|ztrukm#ude.nayelsew|ztrukm

Rosalind Franklin University Dr. Brian Feinstein, Director of the Sexuality, Health, and Gender Lab, is hiring 3 full-time research staff for a new NIMH-funded study focused on rejection sensitivity and mental health among sexual minority adolescents:

1. Study Coordinator [https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=395a4546-652f-4dd9-832f-b02e894ced6e&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=457229&lang=en_US&source=CC2]

2. Research Assistant [https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=395a4546-652f-4dd9-832f-b02e894ced6e&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=457225&lang=en_US&source=CC2]

3. Data Management Specialist [https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=395a4546-652f-4dd9-832f-b02e894ced6e&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=457227&lang=en_US&source=CC2]

For all positions:

Start date: Flexible; June or July 2023 preferred

Term: 2 years, pending successful performance in Year 1 (with the possibility of extending the position beyond 2 years)

Location: On-site preferred; remote will be considered

Questions can be directed to ude.nilknarFdnilasoR|nietsnieF.nairB#ude.nilknarFdnilasoR|nietsnieF.nairB.

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Vanderbilt University - Full Time Research Assistant - Cognitive Development & Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience with Amy Needham and Eric Wilkey Posted: 4/26/23 - see posting under Developmental

Florida International University | Full-time Research Technician (see posting under Neuroscience & Biopsychology)

Full-time Lab Manager at Colorado State University- RAAIN Lab The Restoring Attention and Affect in Nature (RAAIN) Lab is seeking a full-time lab manager to work on projects relating to nature’s effects on cognition, stress, and mood (https://sites.warnercnr.colostate.edu/raainlab/). The position is funded full-time for 2 years, in-person in Fort Collins, CO. This lab manager position is a bit unique- the manager would be performing standard lab management duties, as well as helping to manage a study examining how spending time in nature affects older adults (ECG/EEG data collection). However—a significant part of their job will also be helping us to set up a new initiative called the Nature Immersion Science and Practice Collective. This project will largely involve community outreach and education to bridge the gap between science and practice of nature and human health. Ideally mid-May start date, but can be somewhat flexible. For full consideration, please apply by May 1st, but late applications may still be considered. For more information, and to apply: https://jobs.colostate.edu/postings/124920

Full-time research assistant at Michigan State University The Clinical Neuroscience Lab at Michigan State University (https://cnl.psy.msu.edu/) is seeking to hire a Research Assistant for a funded project investigating abnormal visual perception in people with schizophrenia and those at risk. The successful candidate will play a pivotal role in many aspects of the study including recruiting and scheduling participants, collecting eye tracking, visual psychophysics, survey, cognitive, and interview data, organizing and analyzing study data, and manuscript preparation. In addition, this position will involve general lab management, including maintaining ethical protocols. The Research Assistant will also have plenty of opportunity to prepare scientific results for publication and presentation. Finally, there will be the opportunity to participate in a mental health outreach initiative (https://mhrc.psy.msu.edu). There will be ample opportunity to learn novel methods in functional neuroimaging, vision science, and clinical science; accordingly, this position should be viewed as a stepping stone toward gaining entry into graduate programs in Clinical Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, or Neuroscience or medical school. The ideal candidate should be highly motivated and capable of working independently. Individuals interested in the biological basis of mental disorders, neuropsychology and/or neuroscience, and neuroimaging are especially encouraged to apply. Minimum qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in psychology or a related field (i.e. neuroscience), previous experience working or volunteering in a research lab, experience using statistical analysis software (e.g., SPSS, R, etc.). Previous experience coding in MATLAB, Python, or similar languages and/or experience using REDCap and Qualtrics are desired, but not necessary. The posting and instructions for applying can be found here: https://careers.msu.edu/en-us/job/514310/research-technologist-i. Please contact Katy Thakkar (ude.usm|rakahtk#ude.usm|rakahtk) for questions. Applications close on April 4. Start date is flexible between late Spring and mid-Summer./

Adelphi University Dr. Karolina Lempert is seeking a full-time research assistant/lab manager to conduct neuroimaging research on decision-making and aging, funded by the National Institute on Aging. Starting summer 2023. A two-year commitment is preferred. More information and link to apply can be found here: https://tinyurl.com/lempertlabjob

University of Michigan Lab manager in Dr. Thad Polk's (https://polklab.psych.lsa.umich.edu Computational and Cognitive Neuroscience Lab) — see the job [https://careers.umich.edu/job_detail/229893/lab-coordinator]. The review of applications will begin on 3/1/23 and will continue until the position is filled.

Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems (Internship). The Rationality Enhancement Group (Dr. Falk Lieder) and the Organizational Leadership and Diversity group (Dr. Ksenia Keplinger) at the MPI for Intelligent Systems in Tübingen/Stuttgart (Germany) are looking for a student intern or student research assistant for a project on boosting moral decision-making through systematic metacognitive reflection. The paid internship position is open to students from anywhere around the world: [https://bit.ly/3ZHUFQW]. The application deadline is February 10 2023. Volunteers and collaborators are also welcome.

New York University Lab manager in Dr. Andrei Cimpian's Cognitive Development Lab — see posting under Developmental

American University (see posting under Developmental)

Boston College See posting under Open Area

Boston University | Full-time postbaccalaureate research technician, Cognition & Decision Lab (PI Joe McGuire); details

Case Western Reserve University One full-time and oe half-time research assistant in the Skill, Learning, and Performance Lab (PI: Brooke N. Macnamara) to assist with federally funded research examining cognitive abilities, stress, emotion-cognition traits, and task characteristics on learning and skilled performance. See ad for job #10574 (full-time) and #10575 (half-time) [https://tinyurl.com/muextrst] for more information and to apply. The research assistant will be trained in and help with all aspects of the research operations including recruitment, scheduling, data collection, and data scoring. Data collection includes behavioral measures (individual differences measures, task performance) and psychophysiological measures (heart rate variability, respiration, blood pressure). Expected start date fall of 2022.

Columbia University A full-time research assistant / lab manager position is available starting Summer 2023 with the Alyssano Group in the Department of Psychology at Columbia University. The position will be jointly advised by Dr. Mariam Aly (https://www.alylab.org/) and Dr. Christopher Baldassano (https://www.dpmlab.org/). This is a one-year position with the strong expectation of renewal for a second year and the possibility of further renewals. The position entails administrative and research responsibilities and will provide excellent training for individuals who are considering a career in science.
More details here: https://tinyurl.com/alyssano

Dartmouth College Lab manager/research assistant in Dartmouth's Social Perception Lab (https://lab.faceblind.org/). The review of applicants has begun and will continue until the position is filled. If interested, apply here: https://searchjobs.dartmouth.edu/postings/67520.

Dartmouth College A full-time research assistant position is available in Dartmouth's Functional Imaging & Naturalistic Neuroscience (FINN) Lab (PI: Dr. Emily S. Finn; thefinnlab.github.io). The RA will design, conduct, and analyze studies of human visual and social cognition, with a particular focus on ambiguity and individual differences. The RA will receive training in state-of-the-art behavioral, fMRI, and computational techniques. This is a one-year position with the strong expectation of renewal for a second year and the possibility of further renewals, ideal for someone targeting graduate school in psychology, cognitive neuroscience, or a related field. Start date summer 2023 (specific date negotiable). See here for more details and to apply: https://searchjobs.dartmouth.edu/postings/68019

Georgia Institute of Technology Lab manager position in Rahnev Lab (PI: Dobromir (Doby) Rahnev). it is expected that the start date will be in the Fall of 2022. We aspire to maintain our already diverse team and therefore seek applications from qualified individuals from all demographics and backgrounds. To apply, send an email to Doby Rahnev (ude.hcetag.hcysp|venhar#ude.hcetag.hcysp|venhar) that includes (1) your CV, (2) a brief description of your skills and research interests and how they match the directions of the lab, and (3) your desired start date.

Northeastern University - Center for Cognitive and Brain Health (Senior Lab Manager and Project Manager - Multiple Positions)
Aaron Seitz and Susanne Jaeggi seek Senior Research Technician(s) and Project Manager(s) to assist with overseeing the lab’s operations (preferred start date is early summer, but timeline is flexible). Our studies are focused on measuring and training cognitive processes. For a full description, required qualifications and how to apply see here: https://northeastern.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/careers/job/Boston-MA-Main-Campus/Sr-Research-Technician_R113095-1 and here: https://northeastern.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/careers/job/Boston-MA-Main-Campus/Research-Technician_R113094

Colorado State University (Research Assistant; [https://jobs.colostate.edu/postings/106863]; The Neurocognitive Measurement Laboratory (NML; PI Michael Thomas) within the CSU Department of Psychology seeks to hire a research assistant for a NIMH-funded project (R01MH121546; An Adaptive Testing Platform for Optimizing RDoC Experimental Cognitive Measures). The research assistant will help with all aspects of daily research operations including, but not limited to, recruitment, scheduling, running research participants through study protocols, and preparing research documents. The position will require regular (e.g., 1-2 times per week) travel to the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in Denver (approximately 1 hour south of CSU by car). Review starts 7/15/2022)

The Cognition and Action Lab at Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute (MRRI) of Thomas Jefferson University, directed by Dr. Laurel Buxbaum, has an opening beginning summer/fall 2022 for a full-time Research Assistant. The position involves assisting on an NIH-funded study of arm use in stroke populations as relates to attention and motivation using behavioral experiments and state-of-the art functional and structural neuroimaging. Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute is a supportive, stimulating academic environment offering many training opportunities, including close collaboration with colleagues at the University of Pennsylvania, and is located near the vibrant city of Philadelphia. We offer competitive compensation, an attractive benefits plan including medical/dental/vision coverage, generous vacation time, and tuition reimbursement. See our laboratory website at http://www.mrri.org/focus-areas/cognition-and-action-laboratory. Applicants must have a strong academic background (BA/BS or MA/MS) in psychology, cognitive neuroscience, or a related field, coursework and experience in statistics and research methods, excellent organizational, analytic, and interpersonal skills, and experience/facility in programming in EPrime, R, or Matlab. Prior human behavioral research lab experience is essential. Applicants able to commit to the position for 2 years will be given strong priority. To apply, please email a cover letter detailing experience with the above, specific interest in our work, CV including details of any technical, programming, and statistical skills, and the contact information for 2-3 professional references to Mr. Rand Williamson (ude.nosreffej|nosmailliW.dnaR#ude.nosreffej|nosmailliW.dnaR) with the header “Research Assistant Cognition and Action Lab”. Thomas Jefferson University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We strongly encourage applications from members of under-represented minorities in neuroscience.

Penn State Lab Manager in the Cognitive Aging and Neuroimaging Lab with Dr. Nancy Dennis. The ideal candidate would be someone interested in gaining additional skills in any of the following domains: fMRI analyses, memory research (false memory and associative memory), and cognitive aging research. Current projects in the lab center around understanding the cognitive and neural processes underlying false memories and associative memories. With respect to cognitive aging, our research examines neural markers of age-related cognitive decline, as well as mechanisms supporting neural compensation. Regarding neuroimaging, we utilize univariate, multivariate (pattern classification, representational similarity analyses), functional connectivity, and structural analytical approaches in our investigation of encoding and retrieval processes underlying memory performance. Information about all of our research, including ongoing projects, can be found on our lab website at https://canlab.la.psu.edu/. The link to the position and full ad can be found here:
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Stanford University (see posting under Neuroscience & Biopsychology)

SUNY Oswego (see posting under Neuroscience & Biopsychology)

Tufts University, Center for Applied Brain and Cognitive Sciences The Center for Applied Brain and Cognitive Sciences (CABCS) is seeking a Senior Research Coordinator. 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. Please see more information and apply at: https://jobs.tufts.edu/jobs/17883?lang=en-us#.YzMGeYDOmU0.mailto

University of California, Irvine Lab manager position with Dr. Liz Chrastil (See posting under Neuroscience)

University of Maryland, College Park Full-time postbaccalaureate research assistant exploring brain development, sleep, and memory in early childhood with Dr. Tracy Riggins. (See posting under Developmental)

University of Massachusetts, Amherst Full-time postbaccalaureate research assistant exploring brain development, sleep, and memory in early childhood with Dr. Rebecca Spencer. (See posting under Developmental)

University of Missouri, Columbia | Research Specialist for The MU Math Study in The Evolution and Cognitive Development Lab (directed by Dr. David Geary); (see mumath-job posting under Developmental)

University of Pennsylvania The Developing Minds Lab at the University of Pennsylvania, directed by Dr. Elizabeth Brannon, is seeking a full-time research assistant to assist in programming experiments, collecting data, and analyzing data. The research focuses on psychophysical investigations of numerical cognition using behavioral and eye tracking methods in children and adults. There are opportunities for leading projects and co-authoring publications. We are seeking a candidate with experience and knowledge of Python or MatLab and strong data analytic skills. This position is ideal for students considering graduate school. We will review applications on a rolling basis, with the goal of hiring someone by January 2023 but ideally sooner. Interested candidates should email a CV, cover letter indicating availability to start and email addresses of two references to ude.nnepu.sas|nonnarbe#ude.nnepu.sas|nonnarbe

http://psychjobsearch.wikidot.com/2022predocs

University of Texas at Dallas (Full-time Research Assistant in the Laboratory for Healthy Social-Emotional Development[https://labs.utdallas.edu/devlab/]). The position is for someone with a bachelor's degree, and who might want to pursue grad school later but has not yet applied. Their main job is to recruit participants, coordinate visits, and run lab visits for a study on adolescents and their friends using EEG, dyadic observations, and questionnaires. Other than that they would help with administrative duties and they also have opportunities for authorship. Motivated applicants should apply through this link: https://jobs.utdallas.edu/postings/22682

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center The D’Mello Lab in the Department of Psychiatry and O’Donnell Brain Institute at UT Southwestern Medical Center is seeking a full-time lab manager (official title: Research Tech 2) to begin Fall 2022 or Spring 2023 (flexible start date). The lab manager will be responsible for coordinating neuroimaging and behavioral studies aimed at understanding the neural mechanisms of language and cognition in children and adults with and without autism. Responsibilities include participant recruitment, screening, and scheduling; design and implementation of behavioral and neuroimaging experiments with child and adult participants; and administrative duties such as assisting with grants and IRB protocols. Qualified applicants will have a Bachelor’s degree in psychology, neuroscience, or a related field; interest in cognitive neuroscience and clinical psychology; excitement about science; and excellent organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills. Competitive candidates will have prior research experience with children and adults and/or neuroimaging experience, and be excited about science and learning. Computational skills, including MATLAB, Python, R, and/or other programming languages and knowledge of psychological experiment software (e.g., PsychoPy) are helpful. A 2-year commitment is preferred. Apply at https://jobs.utsouthwestern.edu/job/16400633/research-technician-ii-psychiatry/ and include a cover letter (describing research experiences, interests, and long-term goals), CV, and contact information for 2-3 references.

Yale University Full-time researcher in the Computational Social Cognition Lab. PI: Dr. Julian Jara-Ettinger [https://compdevlab.yale.edu/join.html]

Research Specialist/Lab Coordinator – University of Wisconsin - Madison (Madison, WI) The Gernsbacher Lab at UW-Madison is looking for a part-time (50-75% appointment) research specialist, starting in Summer 2023. The lab examines cognitive neuroscience, human attention, and communication. Responsibilities include completing data collection and analysis; leading your own team of research assistants; serving as a liaison with the IRB, collaborators, and the community; and budgeting the lab’s grants. Benefits include flexibility, healthcare, and retirement plans. For more information, email us at ude.csiw.hcysp|balrehcabsnreg#ude.csiw.hcysp|balrehcabsnreg. You can also apply at https://jobs.hr.wisc.edu/en-us/job/517335/research-specialist.


Developmental

Vanderbilt University - Full Time Research Assistant - Cognitive Development & Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Posted: 4/26/23 - The Hands-On Play Lab (HOP Lab) and The Number Lab at Vanderbilt are two highly supportive research groups seeking a full-time Term Research Assistant (RA), shared between these two labs, to join our growing teams. The RA is a key member managing the day-to-day functioning in both labs and reports directly to Dr. Amy Needham, the Director of the HOP Lab, and Dr. Eric Wilkey, the Director of The Number Lab. Dr. Needham and Dr. Wilkey are Professors in the Department of Psychology and Human Development. The RA will supervise the progress of ongoing research, manage undergraduate research assistant recruitment and supervision, establish and maintain new partnerships with partners on campus and beyond, oversee data management of behavioral and neuroimaging data, and analyze data. Plus, Nashville is a great place to live!
Apply here: [https://ecsr.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX/job/10003782/">https://ecsr.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX/job/10003782]

Florida International University | Full-time Research Technician (see posting under Neuroscience & Biopsychology)

New York University The Cognitive Development Lab (Dr. Andrei Cimpian) is hiring a full-time lab manager. Apply here: https://apply.interfolio.com/119701 Deadline: January 31, 2023

Brunel University London, Centre for Culture and Evolution (Funded PhD Studentship in The Psychology of Fertility Decline and Early Parenting. Project description: The Centre for Culture and Evolution at Brunel University London is offering a fully funded PhD studentship to study the changing cultural landscape of human reproduction. Fertility rates around the world are dropping. Reproductive issues are increasingly politicised, and modern migration, industrialization, and market integration have resulted in family structures and networks that are now very different from those common throughout human history. This project focuses on what these changes mean for reproductive choice and parenting experiences, and the role that our shifting social world plays in shaping these phenomena. Evolutionary and feminist perspectives will be applied to generate theory-driven predictions, and an idiographic approach will enable us to critically evaluate existing models. Studies may address: psychological processes involved in fertility decisions in comparison to risk/economic-based models; early years parenting challenges (0-5y) as influenced by family structure and mobility; and social judgements experienced by pregnant people and parents when their choices or behavior are publicly observable. Based in and funded by the College of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences, this studentship offers a full-time annual London rate stipend estimated at £20,551 plus Home/EU tuition fees, for a maximum of 36 months. The start date will be 1 October 2023. Full job ad: https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/CYP892/phd-studentship-the-psychology-of-fertility-decline-and-early-parenting ; [https://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/CYP892/phd-studentship-the-psychology-of-fertility-decline-and-early-parenting]; application closes 07 June 2023)

University of Connecticut, Waterbury The Cognition, Action, and Psychophysiology (CAP) Lab (https://kidcaplab.uconn.edu/, PI: Dr. Kimberly Cuevas) in the Department of Psychological Sciences, at the University of Connecticut, Waterbury Campus is seeking a full-time Research Assistant. Full job ad: https://jobs.hr.uconn.edu/cw/en-us/job/497357/research-assistant-1 Deadline: April 30, 2023. UConn is an AA/EEO employer.

University of California, San Diego The Early Learning & Cognition Lab, led by Dr. Caren Walker, is seeking a lab coordinator for a 2-year position. Applicants should send a cover letter (describing research interests, experience, relevant skills, and goals), a CV or resume, and the names and contact information of 2-3 references to the current lab manager, Aarthi Popat, at ude.dscu|drooc-balcle#ude.dscu|drooc-balcle. Find more information here! Deadline: March 15, 2023.

University of California, Santa Barbra The Social Cognitive Development Lab, led by Dr. Zoe Liberman, is seeking a lab coordinator. Applicants should submit a cover letter, a CV, and the names and contact information of 2 references. Find more information [https://recruit.ap.ucsb.edu/JPF02464]! Deadline: April 10, 2023.UCSB is an AA/EOE, including disability/vets .

American University The Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory at American University in Washington DC, directed by Dr. Laurie Bayet (https://www.bayetlab.com/), is currently accepting applications for a full-time, benefits-eligible Research Assistant position, to assist on a 3-year NSF-funded project investigating infant visual cognition using electro-encephalography (EEG) and machine learning (NSF award # 2122961). The position is ideal for an individual seeking to deepen their research experience in preparation for graduate study. Apply at https://careers.american.edu/job-invite/10603/ and include a CV, cover letter, and names and contact information of 2-3 references. Responsibilities include data collection and management; participant recruitment and support; data entry and processing; onboarding and supervision of undergraduate research assistants; general study support, and IRB protocols. Please see https://careers.american.edu/job-invite/10603/ for more information. Prospective applicants may email Dr. Bayet (ude.nacirema|teyab#ude.nacirema|teyab) with any questions.

Boston College See posting under Open Area

Chapman University Research Assistant Position in Child and Adolescent Psychology at Chapman University: The Women and Children’s Health and Well-Being Project at Chapman University, directed by Dr. Laura Glynn, is seeking a full-time research assistant. This position presents diverse opportunities to participate in work on NIH and CA state-funded research on early-life experiences, brain development, and vulnerability to mental illnesses during childhood and adolescence. Our program is a collaboration between UC Irvine’s Conte Center and Chapman University. Employment will be through Chapman University. The research assistant will have the opportunity to work with several cohorts and will be responsible for recruiting and testing mothers, infants, school-age children, adolescents, and young adults. Other responsibilities include overseeing IRB protocols, field studies of mood via smart phone technology, attending participant MRI sessions, and assisting the PIs with data analysis. Bilingual English/Spanish candidates are especially encouraged to apply. Our program has been in existence for over 20 years. So far, more than 1,500 families have participated in our studies. Successful candidates must be committed to the long-term success of our relationship with participants and to careful and thoughtful data collection and analysis. To apply: https://chapman.peopleadmin.com/postings/27389. For more information about our studies: https://contecenter.uci.edProjects 2 & 3, https://opr.ca.gov/ciapm/activity/research/aces/awardees.html“Using Precision Medicine to Tackle Impacts of Adverse and Unpredictable Experiences on Children's Neurodevelopment”

Fordham University - Lab Manager The Youth Development in Diverse Contexts Lab (https://yddclab.wixsite.com/yddc) is looking to hire 1 full-time lab manager reporting directly to and supervised by Dr. Tiffany Yip, the Principal Investigator of a longitudinal NIH grant focused on sleep, health, and academics disparities during the college transition through graduation. This is a 2-year position. Candidates must have a strong interest in young adult
development, discrimination, and health disparities. This position is a great opportunity for individuals with a passion for
research and who would like full-time research experience prior to enrolling in a doctoral program in development, clinical,
counseling psychology or related fields.
For more information about our studies: https://yddclab.wixsite.com/yddc/research.
Find more details about this job: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1O-ZKCC4c3rcNopdHh65CThiseEoNF01W/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=107605443433015484981&rtpof=true&sd=true
Review will begin January 3, 2023 and position begins February 1, 2023. Cover letter, CV, statement of interest, and three letters of reference should be emailed to Dr. Tiffany Yip (ude.mahdrof|piyt#ude.mahdrof|piyt)

Texas A&M University The Development of Mind and Emotions Lab, under the direction of Dr. Rebecca Brooker in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Texas A&M University, is recruiting up to two research assistant/research associate positions to begin as soon as possible. Responsibilities include scheduling participant visits, coordinating and training undergraduate research assistants, and assisting the PI with IRB approvals, data management, community outreach, participant recruitment, managing social media accounts, making copies, sending faxes, and assisting with reports to federal agencies. These positions will also assist with the day-to-day coordination of laboratory research activities, particularly as related to an ongoing federally-funded project. Master’s level researchers and fluent Spanish speakers are particularly encouraged to apply. Find full details and apply here.

University of Maryland, College Park The NeuroCognitive Lab (directed by Dr. Tracy Riggins) at the University of Maryland, College Park, is seeking a full-time postbaccalaureate research assistant for an NIH-funded study of brain development, sleep, and memory in early childhood. This project, in collaboration with Dr. Rebeca Spencer (UMass, Amherst) will provide an opportunity to bridge domains of brain development, sleep science, and cognition. The NeuroCognitive Development Lab broadly focuses on the co-development of the brain and memory in early childhood. We are particularly interested in mechanisms underlying sleep benefits to these domains and apply multiple tools to address these questions (MRI, EEG, PSG, behavioral assessments). Click here for full posting and application instructions.

University of Massachusetts, Amherst The Somneuro Lab (directed by Dr. Rebecca Spencer) at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst is seeking a full-time postbaccalaureate research assistant for an NIH-funded study of brain development, sleep, and memory in early childhood. This project, in collaboration with Dr. Tracy Riggins (University of Maryland) will provide an opportunity to bridge domains of brain development, sleep science, and cognition. The lab and program environment is rich and based in new research facilities. The Somneuro Lab broadly focuses on sleep’s role in memory across development and aging. We are particularly interested in neural mechanisms underlying sleep benefits to cognition and apply multiple tools to address these questions (MRI, EEG/polysomnography, behavioral assessments). Click here for full posting and application instructions.

University of Missouri, Columbia | The Evolution and Cognitive Development Lab (directed by Dr. David Geary) is seeking a 3/4 time (with possible option for full time) post-baccalaureate Research Specialist. The Research Specialist will work on a longitudinal study of young children's math learning experiences at preschool and at home with the aim of informing the development of a subsequent multi-system intervention to improve children's math knowledge and skills at kindergarten entry (Multisystemic approach to early math development and math learning disability; P20 HD109951). Here is more information about the "MU Math Study": http://mumathstudy.missouri.edu and about Dr. Geary's research program and publications. Please see the full listing and apply here: https://erecruit.umsystem.edu/psp/tamext/COLUM/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&SiteId=6&FOCUS=Applicant&JobOpeningId=45007&PostingSeq=1; Position 54007 Note: review starting January 2023, ideally for hire date in February 2023. We may have similar staffing needs in May 2023.

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Lab Manager) Anne Maheux is hiring a full-time Lab Manager. The lab is housed within the Developmental Psychology Program at UNC Chapel Hill and affiliated with the Winston National Center on Technology Use, Brain, and Psychological Development. As a research lab, we aim to understand interpersonal and sociocultural influences on adolescent development, including mental health, sexual behavior, and academic engagement, with an emphasis on gender, sexuality, and digital media use. The Lab Manager will be involved in all aspects of the research process and administrative duties related to launching a new research lab, including coordinating studies; hiring and supervising undergraduate RAs; recruiting participants; collecting and managing data; conducting literature searches; and assisting with IRB management, grant applications, and lab and grant budgets. A Bachelor’s degree and prior research experience in Psychology or a related field are required. Professional development opportunities will be available. This position has an anticipated start date of August 1, 2023. Interested applicants should send the following documents to moc.liamg|xuehamjenna#moc.liamg|xuehamjenna: (1) a current CV; (2) a cover letter/personal statement describing relevant experience, research interests, career goals, and why the lab is a good fit for your interests and goals; and (3) an unofficial transcript from all universities attended. Please use “FULL-TIME LAB MANAGER -YOUR NAME” as the subject line. Selected applicants will be contacted for phone or Zoom interviews and asked to provide references. At a later stage in the application process, applicants will be asked to apply formally through UNC. Contact moc.liamg|xuehamjenna#moc.liamg|xuehamjenna with any questions. Update: please submit applications by Friday March 24

University of California, Riverside (Research Coordination) The UCR Perception, Action, and Development lab is hiring a full-time (30-hour a week) post-bac researcher. The lab is in the psychology department, and will provide opportunities to work on studies of infants' everyday experiences funded by the National Science Foundation and James S. McConnell Foundation. The position will start in late spring or early summer; applications will be reviewed in late April. For more detail about the position, please see https://padlab.ucr.edu/posts/2023-03-21-job-posting.html.

Wayne State University The Adolescent Relationships in Context (ARC) Lab at Wayne State University (www.arclabwsu.com) directed by Dr. Hannah Schacter is hiring a half-time Research Assistant to primarily work on a new two-year NICHD-funded project examining the effects of peer victimization on physiological markers of threat sensitivity in adolescents. The project will follow up with an existing sample of parent-adolescent dyads using multiple methods (e.g., self-report, parent-report, startle eyeblink paradigm) to test longitudinal associations between adolescent peer victimization, physiological markers of threat sensitivity, and anxiety symptoms. For more details on the grant, see https://reporter.nih.gov/search/vroTtq_Cq0K72xXCJSxCoQ/project-details/10449011. To view the full job ad and apply, go to https://jobs.wayne.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/search/Search_css.jsp and search posting # 046794. Please submit a cover letter, resume/CV, and the names and contact information for three potential references. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Purdue University The Social Development Lab (Dr. Laura Elenbaas) is hiring a full-time lab manager to begin spring 2023. Apply here: https://careers.purdue.edu/job/West-Lafayette-Lab-Technician-IN-47906/990980700/ (job ID 24495)

San Diego State University Drs. Jillian Lee Wiggins (San Diego State University) and Lea Dougherty (University of Maryland College Park) and the Translational Emotion Neuroscience and Development Lab (https://tendlab.sdsu.edu/) in the Department of Psychology at San Diego State University (SDSU) in San Diego, CA is seeking to hire a full-time post-baccalaureate research assistant for an NIMH-funded research project examining neural mechanisms of risk and resilience in early childhood irritability. We use functional and structural MRI methods, observational laboratory-based measures, and clinical diagnostic interviews.
Successful candidates should have keen attention to detail; ability to work professionally with parents and children; and strong organization, problem solving, and analytic skills. Prior background in psychology, development, or neuroscience is also a plus but not required. We seek a post-bac who is motivated and ambitious, who is prepared for a hands-on research experience including the use of new tasks and techniques. Responsibilities will include: (1) scheduling and recruiting participants through varied social media/advertising means, (2) conducting experiments in young children (behavioral and MRI data collection) and interviewing parents using established protocols; (3) training and supervising undergraduate students; (4) contributing to administrative duties of the lab; and/or (5) assisting with research protocols and compliance.
This is a one-year position renewable contingent on performance and funding. Interested individuals should email a cover letter, CV, and names and contact information of 3 references to Jillian Lee Wiggins at ude.usds|sniggiw.naillij#ude.usds|sniggiw.naillij. Please include all documents in a single pdf file and include your last name in the file (i.e., “LASTNAME.pdf”).
SDSU is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer with a commitment to racial,
cultural, and gender diversity.  Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

University of Texas at Dallas (Full-time Research Assistant in the Laboratory for Healthy Social-Emotional Development[https://labs.utdallas.edu/devlab/]). The position is for someone with a bachelor's degree, and who might want to pursue grad school later but has not yet applied. Their main job is to recruit participants, coordinate visits, and run lab visits for a study on adolescents and their friends using EEG, dyadic observations, and questionnaires. Other than that they would help with administrative duties and they also have opportunities for authorship. Motivated applicants should apply through this link: https://jobs.utdallas.edu/postings/22682


Educational

New York University Lab manager in Dr. Andrei Cimpian's Cognitive Development Lab — see posting under Developmental

Fordham University — Lab Manager The Youth Development in Diverse Contexts Lab (https://yddclab.wixsite.com/yddc) is looking to hire 1 full-time lab manager reporting directly to and supervised by Dr. Tiffany Yip, the Principal Investigator of a longitudinal NIH grant focused on sleep, health, and academics disparities during the college transition through graduation. This is a 2-year position. Candidates must have a strong interest in young adult
development, discrimination, and health disparities. This position is a great opportunity for individuals with a passion for
research and who would like full-time research experience prior to enrolling in a doctoral program in development, clinical,
counseling psychology or related fields.
For more information about our studies: https://yddclab.wixsite.com/yddc/research.
Find more details about this job: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1O-ZKCC4c3rcNopdHh65CThiseEoNF01W/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=107605443433015484981&rtpof=true&sd=true
Review will begin January 3, 2023 and position begins February 1, 2023. Cover letter, CV, statement of interest, and three letters of reference should be emailed to Dr. Tiffany Yip (ude.mahdrof|piyt#ude.mahdrof|piyt)

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Lab Manager). See posting under Developmental


Health

Northwestern University The Life-Span Development Laboratory (LDL, https://sites.northwestern.edu/haaselab/) at Northwestern University (PI: Dr. Claudia Haase) is looking for a full-time research study assistant. We examine pathways towards happy and healthy development across the life span with a focus on emotions in individuals and couples. Our research combines insights and paradigms from life-span developmental, affective, and relationship science. We use multiple methods (autonomic physiology, behavioral observations, subjective emotional experience ratings, linguistic markers), age-diverse samples (from adolescence to late life), diverse study designs (experimental and longitudinal), and single-subjects and dyadic approaches (studying couples, parents and children, and friends). The current position has a focus on research with older adults and older couples and may be ideal for someone looking to go to graduate school. Apply here: https://tinyurl.com/Haaselab

Baylor University The Baylor Behavioral Medicine Laboratory, in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at Baylor University, is recruiting part-time and full-time postbaccalaureate research positions to begin this summer. Responsibilities will include running participant visits for ongoing federally funded research projects, assisting with data management and data processing, assisting with participant recruitment, and engaging in community outreach. There will be opportunities to work on abstracts for conference presentations. Candidates should have a strong interest in health and/or clinical psychology and an interest in stress research. Review of applications will begin immediately (May 2023). If interested, please send a cover letter, CV, and the names of three letters of reference to Dr. Annie Ginty (ude.rolyab|ytnig_einna#ude.rolyab|ytnig_einna).

Fit Minded and Bend Health — Volunteer Doctoral Intern We are currently seeking a highly motivated and dedicated PhD student to join us as a volunteer 10+ hr/week intern at Bend Health, where you will have the unique opportunity to contribute to our mission of improving access and reducing the cost of high-quality, expert mental health care. We are particularly interested in candidates who are currently pursuing their PhD in psychology and possess research interests in the field of youth mental health. This internship will provide an enriching and valuable experience for someone interested in gaining hands-on experience in industry. If you believe you possess the qualifications and motivation to excel in this role, we would love to hear from you. Please submit your resume, along with a brief cover letter to moc.htlaehdneb|ytrebuh.refinnej#moc.htlaehdneb|ytrebuh.refinnej. Thank you for considering this internship opportunity at Bend Health. We look forward to reviewing your application and potentially working together!

University of Pennsylvania — Research Coordinator/Recruitment Specialist The Communication Neuroscience Lab (Director: Emily Falk) is looking for a detail-oriented research coordinator who loves interacting with and helping people, especially over the phone to work on a longitudinal smoking study relating health communication and psychology to real-world health outcomes. Project is examining the relationships between smoking behavior, brain activity, and real-world exposure to point-of-sale tobacco marketing. Review is rolling, beginning immediately. Position starts in spring or summer 2023. Please visit the job ad to learn more and apply: http://bit.ly/3x5Fl3o.

*University of Nebraska-Lincoln* (See entry under Clinical)

University of Richmond (Lab manager/study coordinator, health psychology; Focus is psychosocial aspects of solid organ transplantation and positive psychology; job ad; review starts immediately)

Fordham University — Lab Manager The Youth Development in Diverse Contexts Lab (https://yddclab.wixsite.com/yddc) is looking to hire 1 full-time lab manager reporting directly to and supervised by Dr. Tiffany Yip, the Principal Investigator of a longitudinal NIH grant focused on sleep, health, and academics disparities during the college transition through graduation. This is a 2-year position. Candidates must have a strong interest in young adult
development, discrimination, and health disparities. This position is a great opportunity for individuals with a passion for
research and who would like full-time research experience prior to enrolling in a doctoral program in development, clinical,
counseling psychology or related fields.
For more information about our studies: https://yddclab.wixsite.com/yddc/research.
Find more details about this job: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1O-ZKCC4c3rcNopdHh65CThiseEoNF01W/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=107605443433015484981&rtpof=true&sd=true
Review will begin January 3, 2023 and position begins February 1, 2023. Cover letter, CV, statement of interest, and three letters of reference should be emailed to Dr. Tiffany Yip (ude.mahdrof|piyt#ude.mahdrof|piyt)

Worcester Polytechnic Institute (See posting under Neuroscience & Biopsych)

*Full-Time Research Coordinator- STARR Lab at University of North Texas Health Science Center *
The STARR (Studying Alcohol and Related Risk) Lab at the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth, TX is hiring a research assistant to work across several federally funded projects examining adolescent and young adult substance use. The research assistant would be joining an active lab and vibrant team and would work closely with two investigators, Drs. Melissa Lewis and Dana Litt, in the implementation of several NIH/NIAAA funded studies. The ideal start time would be in January or February 2023/ Please visit the job ad to learn more and apply: https://jobs.untsystem.edu/postings/67520


Human Factors & Engineering Psychology

Tufts University, Center for Applied Brain and Cognitive Sciences (senior_research_coordinator - see posting under Cognitive)


I/O

Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems (Internship). The Organizational Leadership and Diversity group (Dr. Ksenia Keplinger) and the Rationality Enhancement Group (Dr. Falk Lieder) at the MPI for Intelligent Systems in Tübingen/Stuttgart (Germany) are looking for a student intern or student research assistant who will work on a project about promoting altruistic decision-making through systematic reflection. The paid internship position is open to students from anywhere around the world: [https://bit.ly/3ZHUFQW]. The application deadline is February 10 2023. Volunteers and collaborators are also welcome.

Columbia University (Behavioral Lab Manager at Columbia Business School; job ad)

Emory University (Behavioral Lab Manager at Goizueta Business School; job ad)

Oslo Business School - Oslo Metropolitan University 3 year PhD position in I/O psychology with the possibility to extend one year (with some teaching duties), fully funded with great pay in one of the best cities in the world to live in, Oslo, Norway! No knowledge of Norwegian required. Join a motivated team of organizational psychologists. Details can be found here. Apply until 08/14/2022.

University College London (School of Management)
RESEARCH ASSISTANT
Ref Number: B04-04061
Professional Expertise: Research and Research Support
Department: UCL BEAMS (B04)
Location: London
Working Pattern: Part time
Salary: £32,331 - £37,548
Contract Type: Fixed-term
Working Type: Hybrid (20% - 80% on site)
Available For Secondment: No
Closing Date: 04-Aug-2023

See HERE for full details and to apply: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/work-at-ucl/search-ucl-jobs/details?nPostingId=6012&nPostingTargetId=13240&id=Q1KFK026203F3VBQBLO8M8M07&LG=UK&languageSelect=UK&mask=ext


Neuroscience & Biopsychology

Florida International University | Full-time 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. Full ad here: [https://bit.ly/42MSwWg]; applications accepted on a rolling basis.

University of Chicago (Full-Time Lab Manager, Environmental Neuroscience Lab https://uchicago.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/External/job/Chicago-IL/Lab-Manager_JR21841-1)
Were hiring a lab manager to start this summer in the Environmental Neuroscience Lab at the University of Chicago with Marc Berman. This is a great opportunity to gain research experience and data analysis skills before applying to a graduate program. A qualified candidate is organized, manages their time well, is interested in psychological and environmental research, has some research background, and is a good communicator.

Boston College (Full-Time Postbac RA, Morality Lab). The Morality Lab at Boston College, led by Liane Young, is seeking up to two full-time postbaccalaureate research assistants, with a two-year commitment. See posting under "Social and Personality."

Center for TBI Research, Kessler Foundation Dr. Ekaterina Dobryakova is inviting applicants for a Research Assistant position to work on the NIH funded R01 that focuses on examining learning in individuals with traumatic brain injury and clinical depression. Responsibilities include the following: recruit/enroll research participants, schedule and coordinate study visits, interview participants according to research protocols (structured clinical interview), administer neuropsychological test batteries, coordinate/monitor MRI data collection, conduct and/or assist with data analyses, manage electronic and paper databases.
Qualifications include the following: Bachelor's or Masters degree in behavioral or biological sciences or a related discipline; Previous experience in academic and/or clinical research; Excellent administrative and problem-solving skills; Proficient computer skills (especially Word and Excel); Strong communication skills. Candidates must be comfortable working in a medical setting.
Experience/familiarity with data analysis software and coding is a plus.
Qualified candidates should send their CV to gro.noitadnuofrelssek|avokayrbode#gro.noitadnuofrelssek|avokayrbode

Adelphi University Dr. Karolina Lempert is seeking a full-time research assistant/lab manager to conduct neuroimaging research on decision-making and aging, funded by the National Institute on Aging. Starting summer 2023. A two-year commitment is preferred. More information and link to apply can be found here: https://tinyurl.com/lempertlabjob

American University (see posting under Developmental)

Boston University | Full-time postbaccalaureate research technician, Cognition & Decision Lab (PI Joe McGuire); see posting under Cognitive

Full-Time Lab Manager at Colorado State University See posting under Cognitive (RAAIN Lab position).

Columbia University A full-time research assistant / lab manager position is available starting Summer 2023 with the Alyssano Group in the Department of Psychology at Columbia University. The position will be jointly advised by Dr. Mariam Aly (https://www.alylab.org/) and Dr. Christopher Baldassano (https://www.dpmlab.org/). This is a one-year position with the strong expectation of renewal for a second year and the possibility of further renewals. The position entails administrative and research responsibilities and will provide excellent training for individuals who are considering a career in science.
More details here: https://tinyurl.com/alyssano

Dartmouth College A full-time research assistant position is available in Dartmouth's Functional Imaging & Naturalistic Neuroscience (FINN) Lab (PI: Dr. Emily S. Finn; thefinnlab.github.io). The RA will design, conduct, and analyze studies of human visual and social cognition, with a particular focus on ambiguity and individual differences. The RA will receive training in state-of-the-art behavioral, fMRI, and computational techniques. This is a one-year position with the strong expectation of renewal for a second year and the possibility of further renewals, ideal for someone targeting graduate school in psychology, cognitive neuroscience, or a related field. Start date summer 2023 (specific date negotiable). See here for more details and to apply: https://searchjobs.dartmouth.edu/postings/68019

Drexel University | Research Coordinator | A research coordinator position is available in the areas of human neuroscience, neuroimaging (fMRI), and mental health within the Dynamic Brain & Mind Lab at Drexel University (kucyilab.com). This position is for up to 2 years, sponsored by an NIMH R21 grant. Full ad here: [https://bit.ly/40K0Cxc]

Northeastern University - Center for Cognitive and Brain Health (Senior Lab Manager and Project Manager - Multiple Positions - see posting under Cognitive)

Stanford University Russ Poldrack and Patrick Bissett are hiring a full-time, in person research coordinator to work on cognitive control, dense MRI scanning, response inhibition, and computational modeling. Designed for folks looking to start a Ph.D in 2-3 years. https://careersearch.stanford.edu/jobs/research-coordinator-20592

SUNY Oswego The Research Foundation for SUNY invites applications for a full-time Research Assistant based on the campus of SUNY Oswego. We seek a passionate, responsible, and detail-oriented Research Assistant to support an exciting new neuroimaging study of healthy adults and people with Mild Cognitive Impairment. The Research Assistant will work closely with the other members of the research team on all aspects of this study and will be responsible for recruiting subjects eligible for the study. The Research Assistant will conduct screening and interviews, and schedule and run MRI scan sessions and behavioral testing sessions. More generally, the individual will participate in lab meetings and other activities with the research team. The individual will be working at SUNY Oswego and the University of Rochester for data collection. This position is an excellent opportunity for a candidate interested in gaining research experience in a neuroimaging environment. This position is available immediately. https://oswego.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp?JOBID=155943

The Ohio State University, The Buckeye Brain Aging Lab Applications are being sought for a full-time research assistant position in the Buckeye Brain Aging Lab (B-BAL; thebbal.com) directed by Dr. Scott Hayes. The B-BAL studies the relationships among aging, physical activity, cognition, and the brain [using Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) metrics]. We also examine neural correlates of memory in healthy and clinical populations. The Research Assistant 1 assists in the general coordination and conduct of research in the B-BAL, including: recruitment, screening, and scheduling and coordination of participant appointments (cognitive, MRI, and physical fitness assessments), subject payments, and submission of IRB amendments; assists with research lab purchases and maintains lab supplies; administration of neuropsychological tests and/or questionnaires to young and older adults; assists with cognitive, MRI, and physical fitness data collection, including obtaining informed consent, cognitive testing (computer and paper and pencil based testing), MRI data acquisition, and record keeping; assists with cognitive and MRI data processing and analyses, supervises undergraduate research assistants.

Desired qualifications include: Bachelor's degree in psychology, neuroscience, computer science, engineering, or physics; Additional desired (but not required) skills: programming experience in Bash, Python, and/or Matlab, as well as experience in neuroimaging data analyses; knowledge of software packages, such as FreeSurfer, FSL, AFNI, SPM, CONN, R. The position is available for one year with the possibility of extension for additional years based on satisfactory performance and availability of funds. If you are interested in being considered for the position, please submit a cover letter, current CV, course transcripts, and a writing sample (research paper from course, poster presented at a conference) as a single pdf file to ude.uso|labb#ude.uso|labb
If you have questions about the position or the lab, please email ude.uso|labb#ude.uso|labb .

The Ohio State University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, color, disability, ethnicity, gender identity or expression, genetic information, HIV/AIDS status, military status, national origin, race, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, pregnancy, protected veteran status, or any other basis under the law. Applicants are encouraged to complete and submit the Equal Employment Identification form.

Penn State Lab Manager in the Cognitive Aging and Neuroimaging Lab with Dr. Nancy Dennis. The ideal candidate would be someone interested in gaining additional skills in any of the following domains: fMRI analyses, memory research (false memory and associative memory), and cognitive aging research. Current projects in the lab center around understanding the cognitive and neural processes underlying false memories and associative memories. With respect to cognitive aging, our research examines neural markers of age-related cognitive decline, as well as mechanisms supporting neural compensation. Regarding neuroimaging, we utilize univariate, multivariate (pattern classification, representational similarity analyses), functional connectivity, and structural analytical approaches in our investigation of encoding and retrieval processes underlying memory performance. Information about all of our research, including ongoing projects, can be found on our lab website at https://canlab.la.psu.edu/. The link to the position and full ad can be found here:
ttps://psu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/PSU_Staff/job/Penn-State-University-Park/Research-Assistant-Lab-ManagerHuman-Research-Technologist-1-CAN-Lab—Department-of-Psychology_REQ_0000040337-1

Tufts University, Center for Applied Brain and Cognitive Sciences (senior_research_coordinator - see posting under Cognitive)

University of California, Irvine Research assistant position with Dr. Liz Chrastil. This person will enable research as part of a team and, depending on experience level, may also conduct some independent research projects. The Spatial Neuroscience Lab uses dynamic and interdisciplinary research methods to answer questions about how the brain processes information to keep us oriented as we navigate through a complicated world. Our primary techniques are fully immersive virtual reality (VR) and human brain imaging using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and electroencephalography (EEG). The position is ideal for recent graduates interested in pursuing graduate work in cognitive neuroscience, medicine, psychology, or bioengineering as a way to gain experience and make scientific and scholarly contributions to neuroscience. Duties: Primary research responsibilities include recruiting participants for experiments, preparing experimental presentation scripts in Unity, data collection for immersive virtual reality and neuroimaging experiments, computer programming and configuring testing computers for behavioral testing, writing and editing code to process, analyzing and visualize experimental data, and assisting the research team in processing and analyzing data from these experiments. Lab Manager responsibilities include training and supervising undergraduate research assistants, tracking study progress, and some administrative duties (e.g. IRB protocol management and overseeing lab operations). For more information and to apply, to go: https://recruit.ap.uci.edu/JPF07914

University of Maryland, College Park Full-time postbaccalaureate research assistant exploring brain development, sleep, and memory in early childhood with Dr. Tracy Riggins. (See posting under Developmental)

University of Massachusetts, Amherst Full-time postbaccalaureate research assistant exploring brain development, sleep, and memory in early childhood with Dr. Rebecca Spencer. (See posting under Developmental)

University of Pennsylvania | Research Coordinator/Recruitment Specialist at Communication Neuroscience Lab, directed by Emily Falk (penncn-job See posting under Health; full job ad here: http://bit.ly/3x5Fl3o)

University of Texas at Austin (Research Associate) Project on the neural basis of socioemotional processing; https://utaustin.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/UTstaff/job/UT-MAIN-CAMPUS/Research-Associate_R_00021653; review starts immediately

Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Research Assistant (see posting under Clinical)

Worcester Polytechnic Institute (Research Assistant; job ad; review starts immediately)

University of Tulsa – Psychophysiology Laboratory for Affective Neuroscience Full-time Research Associate / Research Coordinator. The position will assist with a 5-year NIH/NCCIH grant funded study that started summer 2022. The project investigates the role of structural racism and discrimination (SRD), and other stress-related mechanisms, in the Native American (NA) chronic pain inequity. The project will also investigate NA pain resiliency factors that moderate pain risk pathways. The RA/RC will be involved with all aspects of the study, including participant recruitment, screening, and scheduling pain and stress assessments; data management and processing; maintenance of compliance records (e.g., annual IRB reports, NIH recruitment reports); and other duties as assigned. There will be ample opportunities for authorship/co-authorship on presentations and publications. As part of the job, the RA/RC will receive advanced training in psychophysiological assessment of stress and pain (e.g., EEG, EMG, EKG, respiration, skin conductance), quantitative sensory testing (e.g., temporal summation, conditioned pain modulation, contact heat evoked potentials), as well as blood (HbA1c, hs-CRP, lipids) and salivary (cortisol) biomarkers. Human participant assessment will be conducted on the campus of the University of Tulsa; however, some travel to surrounding tribal nations and Indian Health Service sites to aid in recruitment will be expected. For more information and to apply, please visit the following website: https://universitytulsa.peopleadmin.com/postings/6529. Applications will be reviewed starting immediately, with the goal of hiring in Fall 2022.

Washington University in St. Louis (See posting under Clinical)

Yale University – Center for Neurostimulation in Epilepsy We are hiring a postgraduate research associate to manage basic and clinical research projects involving patients with brain-implanted neurostimulators for the treatment of epilepsy. This individual would assist with recruiting research participants, implementing and running behavioral research studies, and managing clinical trials. Many of these projects involve direct recordings of brain activity obtained in the real world. Tasks will include data collection and analysis as well as direct interaction with people with epilepsy. Requirements are an undergraduate or master’s degree (in areas such as neuroscience, biomedical engineering, cognitive science, psychology, data science, or equivalent experience), some comfort with basic programming or quantitative analysis (in languages such as Matlab, R, and/or Python), and of course an interest in the human brain. Candidates are expected to join us for 1.5-2 years. Prior members of our group have gone on to graduate school, medical school, and residency programs. Please contact epilepsy research coordinator Maggie Gopaul, PhD (ude.elay|luapog.teragram#ude.elay|luapog.teragram) for further details.


Open Area

Ashland University Full Time Research Coordinator; job ad

Boston College (Research Technician; job ad; review begins immediately (9/23) and continues until the position is filled). Research technician for an NSF-funded project to accelerate the pace of scientific discovery by orders of magnitude. The ideal candidate will be a recent graduate who is considering future graduate studies and who has a strong technical background, ideally including some Web development experience.

*Full-Time Research Coordinator- STARR Lab at University of North Texas Health Science Center *
The STARR (Studying Alcohol and Related Risk) Lab at the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth, TX is hiring a research assistant to work across several federally funded projects examining adolescent and young adult substance use. The research assistant would be joining an active lab and vibrant team and would work closely with two investigators, Drs. Melissa Lewis and Dana Litt, in the implementation of several NIH/NIAAA funded studies. The ideal start time would be in November 2022/ Please visit the job ad to learn more and apply: https://jobs.untsystem.edu/postings/63707

Full-Time Lab Manager at Colorado State University See posting under Cognitive (RAAIN Lab position).

Columbia University (Behavioral Lab Manager at Columbia Business School; job ad)

Hope College (Data and Research Coordinator at Frost Center for Social Science Research; [https://jobs.hope.edu/postings/2240])

Medical University of South Carolina (Research/Program Assistant; job ad; review until 6/17/22)

University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Project Director, Open Area; Focus is on sexual and related forms of violence among Indigenous relatives; job ad; deadline 09/06/22)

University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Project Coordinator, Open Area; Focus is on sexual assault among queer young adult men; job ad; deadline 09/06/22)

University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Research Specialist at the Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience Lab; The lab uses functional neuroimaging, psychophysiology, behavioral techniques, and network analyses to examine individual differences in emotion processing and emotion regulation; [https://psychology.unl.edu/can-lab/Lab_Manager_Job_Ad_2023.pdf]; deadline 02/01/23)

University of Pittsburgh (Research Project Coordinator; learning sciences; We are hiring a full-time Project Coordinator to work in the Cognitive Science Learning Lab (PI: Nokes-Malach) and Mindfulness and Self-Regulation Lab (PI: Galla). This position is located at the Learning Research and Development Center (LRDC) at the University of Pittsburgh. Our research brings together interdisciplinary perspectives on motivation and cognition to understand student learning and performance. The current position will work on a project to investigate how mindfulness training relates to metacognitive skills, emotion regulation, learning, and transfer in STEM. We value diversity, inclusion, and equity in our work and in our team. Candidates from historically excluded groups are especially encouraged to apply for this position; [https://cfopitt.taleo.net/careersection/pitt_staff_external/jobdetail.ftl?job=23001364&tz=GMT-05%3A00&tzname=America%2FNew_York]; open until filled)

Oregon Social Learning Center (LEAP Research Assistant, Open Area; Focus is on improving adolescent and family outcomes for those in the juvenile justice system) More info here: https://www.oslc.org/careers-listings/

Oregon Social Learning Center (Project Coordination Assistant, Open Area; Providing support across multiple projects) More info here: https://www.oslc.org/careers-listings/


School

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Social & Personality

Boston College (Full-Time Postbac RA, Morality Lab). The Morality Lab at Boston College, led by Liane Young, is seeking up to two full-time postbaccalaureate research assistants, with a two-year commitment. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position has been filled, with the position starting as early as April 2023 and no later than July 2023. See the full job posting, with more information: https://moralitylab.bc.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/101/2023/04/Job-ad-spring-2023.pdf. Apply here: https://bostoncollege.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bO6WgXdKKAxWoQe. Our lab is committed to increasing research opportunities for students that belong to groups that have been historically excluded from psychology, and from science more broadly. We particularly encourage students of color, women students, LGBTQ+ students, disabled students/students with disabilities, and first generation/low-income students to apply.

University of Michigan (Research Associate, Mind in Society Lab). The Mind in Society Lab (PI: Dr. Nick Camp) is looking for a full time research associate/lab manager to contribute to research on racial inequality. [https://careers.umich.edu/job_detail/232432/camp-lab-manager-research-tech-intermediate].

Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems (Internship). The Organizational Leadership and Diversity group (Dr. Ksenia Keplinger) and the Rationality Enhancement Group (Dr. Falk Lieder) at the MPI for Intelligent Systems in Tübingen/Stuttgart (Germany) are looking for a student intern or student research assistant who will work on a project about promoting altruistic decision-making through systematic reflection. The paid internship position is open to students from anywhere around the world: [https://bit.ly/3ZHUFQW]. The application deadline is February 10 2023. Volunteers and collaborators are also welcome.

New York University Lab manager in Dr. Andrei Cimpian's Cognitive Development Lab — see posting under Developmental

Columbia University (Behavioral Lab Manager at Columbia Business School; job ad)

Dartmouth College A full-time research assistant position is available in Dartmouth's Functional Imaging & Naturalistic Neuroscience (FINN) Lab (PI: Dr. Emily S. Finn; thefinnlab.github.io). The RA will design, conduct, and analyze studies of human visual and social cognition, with a particular focus on ambiguity and individual differences. The RA will receive training in state-of-the-art behavioral, fMRI, and computational techniques. This is a one-year position with the strong expectation of renewal for a second year and the possibility of further renewals, ideal for someone targeting graduate school in psychology, cognitive neuroscience, or a related field. Start date summer 2023 (specific date negotiable). See here for more details and to apply: https://searchjobs.dartmouth.edu/postings/68019

Duke University (Project Manager, Polarization Lab);job ad

University of Texas at Austin (Research Associate) Project on the neural basis of socioemotional processing; https://utaustin.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/UTstaff/job/UT-MAIN-CAMPUS/Research-Associate_R_00021653; review starts immediately

University of Waterloo & University of Pittsburgh (Data analyst on The Geography of Philosophy Project (https://www.geographyofphilosophy.com)); 2-3 months with a possibility of an extention. The consultant would help to develop and run statistical models to ensure measurement invariance for a large cross-cultural survey data, and potentially assist with write-up of results for project publications. The position includes co-authorship on all publications contributed to, as well as a consulting fee (around $10,000-$12,000). Estimated workload is between 5 and 10 hours per week. The position is open at any level at the end of or post-PhD, and is ideally suited for someone looking to bridge funding. A record of experience in psychometrics is a requirement. Experience in multilevel packages in R and cross-cultural research is preferred. Applicants can send their current CV, sample publications, and a cover letter with names of three references to me at ac.oolretawu|amssorgi#ac.oolretawu|amssorgi, and cc my colleague Edouard Machery at ude.ttip|yrehcam#ude.ttip|yrehcam. Informal inquiries also welcome. Candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of our research team are particularly encouraged to apply. Looking to fill ASAP

Wake Forest University (Research Coordinator on project studying psychology of honesty; 1-year position Looking to fill ASAP; job ad)

University of Chicago (Research Professional in the Booth School of Business; job ad). Starting in Summer or Fall of 2023. Competitive salary and benefits.

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Lab Manager). See posting under Developmental

Purdue University (Joint Lab Manager for Dr. Teri Kirby's and Dr. Thekla Morgenroth's labs; job ad; job application). Starting in Summer 2023. Topics include diversity, inclusion, gender. Initial review will begin on Mar 20, 2023.

University of Texas at Austin (Research Associate) Project on the neural basis of socioemotional processing; https://utaustin.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/UTstaff/job/UT-MAIN-CAMPUS/Research-Associate_R_00021653; review starts immediately

Berkeley Well-Being Institute (Remote/Contract Science Writers Needed - Perfect for Graduate Students);job ad


Other

This section is for jobs that do not fit in any of the fields above.

University of Michigan-Institute for Social Research Research Associate-Junior Professional Researcher Program job ad Posting Closing March 13, 2023. Decisions will be announced in the Spring for the cohort starting August 14.

University College London (School of Management)
RESEARCH ASSISTANT
Ref Number: B04-04061
Professional Expertise: Research and Research Support
Department: UCL BEAMS (B04)
Location: London
Working Pattern: Part time
Salary: £32,331 - £37,548
Contract Type: Fixed-term
Working Type: Hybrid (20% - 80% on site)
Available For Secondment: No
Closing Date: 04-Aug-2023

See HERE for full details and to apply: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/work-at-ucl/search-ucl-jobs/details?nPostingId=6012&nPostingTargetId=13240&id=Q1KFK026203F3VBQBLO8M8M07&LG=UK&languageSelect=UK&mask=ext

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