Position Summary: The Family and Child Neuroscience Lab (Principle Investigator: Pilyoung Kim, Ph.D. www.du.edu/ahss/psychology/fcnlab/) seeks exceptional candidates for a full-time research assistant position. The research assistant will assist with a grant-funded research project working with pregnant women, new mothers, and infants. We currently conduct a multi-year research project investigating the effects of prenatal poverty and cannabis use on brain development and mother-infant attachment. The research assistant will help schedule home/site visits; conduct home and brain scan visits including clinical interviews, behavioral assessments, and collecting biological samples & neuroimaging (fMRI & fNIRS) data of mothers and newborns; data entry and processing; supervising other researchers and project-relevant administrative tasks. The research experience will be an excellent fit for individuals who plan to apply for medical, nursing, neuroscience, clinical and developmental psychology graduate programs. This is a full-time position (i.e., up to 40 hours per week). The schedule requires flexible schedules including daytime hours and some evening/weekend availability.
Candidates must apply online through jobs.du.edu<jobs.du.edu/cw/en-us/job/492774/fulltime-research-assistant-the-department-of-psychology> to be considered. Only applications submitted online will be accepted. Please see the pdf attachment for more information on how to apply for the position.