Research assistants will be responsible for screening and recruiting participants and collecting neuroimaging data for a health communication study on messaging related to tobacco. We are looking for students who are detail-oriented, eager and willing to learn a detailed protocol, and have human participants experience (preferred but not required), excellent problem-solving skills, and interest in health communication and neuroimaging.
Prior experience with neuroimaging is an advantage but is not required. We provide detailed training not dependent on prior experience. Research assistants can work up to 40 hours/week during the summer and 20 hours/week during the school year. Hours will vary based on study activity, and we try to be flexible in accommodating your schedule. Pay is commensurate with standard rates for graduate research assistants at BSPH. Send your CV or resume to email@example.com.
PIs: Dr. Meghan Moran and Dr. Caitlin Weiger