LAB COORDINATOR POSITION- PRODROME/EARLY PSYCHOSIS
The Northwestern University Adolescent Development and Preventive Treatment (ADAPT) program is seeking applications for two lab managers.
Currently we are running a number of protocols with typically developing, prodromal syndrome and early psychosis populations focusing on biomarker, treatment, and scale development. Join our team and be involved with collecting and writing up data from any and all of these great and innovative multimodal studies. Please see our website for more details about the lab: http://www.adaptprogram.com.
The successful applicants will join a team of lab managers and project coordinators responsible for overseeing undergraduate research assistants, coordinating research projects (recruiting, scheduling, running participants), processing IRB protocols, and both processing and analyzing data. Competitive applicants will have had previous experience working or volunteering in a human research setting. Candidates from diverse or historical marginalized backgrounds are highly encouraged to apply. These are both ideal positions for someone interested in building more skills before applying for graduate school in the next few years. You will get in-depth experience in a multidisciplinary team, build data skills, publish papers, attend conferences and make connections with a number of different psychopathology research groups.
Details as well as information about the application process can be found at:
https://www.northwestern.edu/hr/careers. Please click on “external
applicants” (about halfway down the page, under “Find a Job” and then on the next page,
search for job opening, Research Study Assistant # 47333 and apply). Please note, we are recruiting two managers, and while the positions are identical, its not possible to carry over applications from one position to the other. Please consider applying for both (the second position is Research Study Assistant # 47236.
For questions please contact Vijay Mittal (firstname.lastname@example.org). Review of applications will begin right away, and start date is flexible (falling anywhere between immediately and the early summer).