Recruit research subjects. Along with the necessary paperwork, perform a phone screen. Schedule potential subjects for appointments with the MAPS Lab research staff and enter necessary information into the shared calendar.
Make all the necessary arrangements for subject payment.
Conduct clinical interviews and neuropsychological testing. Assess diagnostic status, symptom severity, and current cognitive functioning in all research participants. While prior experience with the Structured Clinical Interview for the DSM (SCID) is preferred, it is not mandatory. Formal training on all measures will be provided.
Collect experimental data for both behavioral (computerized tasks) and EEG protocols. While prior experience with EEG data collection is preferred, it is not mandatory. Formal training on EEG data acquisition will be provided.
Miscellaneous research activities, including administration of forms/questionnaires to subjects, collection of biospecimens, maintaining lab records, troubleshooting, ordering supplies, placing reminder phone calls, making copies, and other tasks as needed.
This job provides technical and administrative support in a laboratory environment performing basic laboratory techniques, research and analysis under direction.
Complies with institution, state and federal regulatory policies, procedures, directives, and mandates.
Performs other related work as needed.
MRI data analysis
fMRI (e.g., SPM, AFNI)
Experience with human subjects behavioral testing
Cover letter (required)
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