The Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at John Hopkins seeks Research Coordinator
Updated: May 10, 2018
The Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine seeks to hire a full-time Research Program Coordinator beginning in Summer 2018 to assist with studies investigating eating behaviors and obesity in infancy, childhood, adolescence and adulthood, including neuroimaging studies.
Exact starting date is flexible, but preferably in June/July 2018.
The RPC will work closely with the PI and all the lab members, participating in all stages of research including:
· Research Recruitment & Subject Screening
· Protocol Implementation & Data Acquisition
· Data Organization, Management and Analysis
· Guidance and supervision of undergraduate students & interns
· Publication/Presentation/Grant Preparation Support
· Attendance at research meetings, training sessions, local and national conferences
Candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree in related discipline (e.g. Psychology, Cognitive Science, Social Sciences, Neuroscience, Health & Nutrition, etc.).
Experience in conducting behavioral obesity research in children and families, and/or neuroimaging (particularly fMRI) research, and/or behavioral nutrition research, is highly desirable. Related experience in data collection, and management and/or analysis is required. Experience using behavioral or imaging data analysis packages (e.g. SPSS, SPM) is preferred.
For the full job posting and to apply:
Go to JHUSOM_RPC (requisition ID 10027)