We have open positions for research assistants on a rolling basis. The primary responsibilities of a research assistant is to recruit study participants, perform their screening and behavioral testing, and conduct brain imaging studies. In addition, the research assistant provides administrative support and coordinates between the collaborating laboratories.
Required qualifications include a Bachelor's or Master's degree in neuroscience, natural sciences, communication sciences, computer science, or related disciplines. The ideal candidate should be independent and self-motivated, have excellent verbal and written communication skills, and have outstanding organizational skills. The candidate should also have strong computer experience and basic statistics competence. Previous neuroimaging research experience and familiarity with image acquisition and data processing will be of advantage.