The Michigan Neurogenetics and Developmental Psychopathology (MiND) lab, directed by Dr. Luke Hyde, is seeking 1 – 2 full-time research assistants/lab managers and a data manager. The lab examines the development of youth risk and resilience from multiple levels of analysis using MRI, molecular and behavioral genetics, longitudinal approaches, and in-home interviews with at-risk families. The focus of these positions is to coordinate and collect data on multiple projects in the lab with a focus on the MTwiNS Project. MTwiNS, funded by NIMH and NICHD, examines the impacts of neighborhood disadvantage on brain and behavior, as well as long term antisocial and resilient outcomes. MTwins is a longitudinal study of families with twins ages 10 – 18 living in impoverished neighborhoods and is in collaboration with S. Alexandra Burt at Michigan State University. Families visit the MiND lab for a full day visit including MRI scans, psychiatric interviews, family interaction tasks, biospecimen assay (e.g., saliva, blood), and survey measures. For more information about the MiND lab please visit: Questions about the position should be directed to Lab Manager/Research Assistant Positions: Duties for this position will include coordinating projects (e.g., training undergraduate students on their projects and tasks, scheduling and recruiting participants, organizing and cleaning data), doing in-home and in-lab visits with teens and families (including psychiatric interviews, administering self-report measures, and functionally supervising undergraduate assistants), running adolescent participants through MRI scans, and processing and analyzing MRI data. As some of these projects are being done jointly with other labs, the position entails coordinating with these other labs. This position is ideal for those interested in pursuing a future PhD in clinical or developmental psychology or neuroscience. A successful applicant will have a Bachelor’s in psychology, neuroscience, or a related field, interest in clinical and developmental psychology or neuroscience. Successful applicants are likely to have experience in several of the following areas: psychiatric interviewing, working with underserved families in the community, computer programing experience (e.g., Matlab, R, command line), and experience with fMRI processing and analysis. Must have strong organizational, interpersonal, and time management skills. A very successful applicant will have the opportunity to contribute to the writing of empirical papers. To apply, go to: Data Manager: The data manager will help to coordinate data collection, organization, and analysis on multiple projects in this laboratory with a focus on the MTwiNS Project. Duties for this position will include organizing, processing, and analyzing data across multiple modalities including survey/self-report data, MRI data, nested twin data, video-coded data, and biospecimen data (e.g., DNA, RNA). Additional duties include organizing and managing data sharing with the NIH and coordinating data sharing and organization with our partners at Michigan State University. Much of the position will be focused on designing and implementing data pipelines to clean, organize, and analyze this data, as well as day to day management of incoming data. Ideally, the data manager will also be involved in cutting-edge fMRI analysis. This position could fit multiple different types of applicants and will be tailored to a successful applicant. Ideal applicants will a bachelor’s degree or higher in a field related to neuroscience, computer science, biostatistics, mathematics, or psychology and have previous experiences with these types of data modalities. Experience with MRI data is preferred. Applicants will more advanced degrees (e.g., M.S., PhD) will be considered and would have additional opportunities (e.g., publishing); pay will be commensurate with experience. To apply, go to: The mission of the University of Michigan is to serve the people of Michigan and the world through preeminence in creating, communicating, preserving and applying knowledge, art, and academic values, and in developing leaders and citizens who will challenge the present and enrich the future. The University of Michigan is committed to foster learning, creativity and productivity, and to support the vigorous exchange of ideas and information, not only in the classroom but in the workplace by: – Creating a work environment in which people treat each other with respect and dignity, regardless of roles, responsibilities or differences. – Providing support, direction and resources enabling us to accomplish the responsibilities of our jobs and to reach the goals that are set for professional and personal growth.