Position: Research Coordinator

Position Description

The Attention in NeuroDevelopment (AND) Research Lab in the Department Psychological & Brain Sciences has an opening for a Research Coordinator. The AND Research Lab is a psychology and neuroscience research lab that uses behavioral assessments, eye tracking technology, and MRI methods to examine how developmental changes in the brain support children's attention and academic development. The lab also seeks to understand how early environments shape these neurocognitive processes with the goal of informing clinical and educational policies and interventions.

Candidate will be expected to coordinate and maintain the day-to-day functioning of the lab, including participant recruitment, task design and implementation, data collection and analysis, and supervision of undergraduate research assistants.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Recruit children and families to participate in behavioral and neuroimaging research through community engagement.
  • Install and maintain eye-tracking and behavioral testing computer equipment.
  • Collect and maintain behavioral, eye-tracking, and neuroimaging data.
  • Perform preliminary behavioral, eye-tracking, and neuroimaging data analyses.
  • Assist in the supervision of undergraduate research assistants.

Minimum Requirements

B.S./B.A. in Psychology/Neuroscience, one or more years of research experience

Preferred Qualifications

M.S. in Psychology/Neuroscience with 2 years of experience working with pediatric populations in a neuroimaging research setting.

Compensation will be commensurate to candidate experience.

Please contact Dr. Andrew Lynn () with any questions.

Application site: https://uofl.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/UofLCareerSite/job/Belknap-Campus/Research-Coordinator-IV_R103549