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The Research Assistant will work closely with the Research Scientist and members of the Wellbridge leadership team to implement Center for Addiction Science activities. They will be responsible for direct execution of research and related activities on the Wellbridge Residential Campus, focusing on patient tracking and assessment, data management, and assisting with implementation of all research protocols. The Research Assistant will also work closely with clinical and research teams to assist the Research Scientist in creating a high level of coordination between clinical and research functions. There will be opportunities for the Research Assistant to assist the Research Scientist with preparing publishing and presenting project findings.
Core responsibilities include:
Works under the supervision of Research Scientist to execute research protocols, including data collection, quality control, data management, and report writing.
Summarizes and provides results of comprehensive assessments to the clinical team.
Assist Wellbridge scientific team in execution of the Center for Addiction Science’s mission and activities in a manner that is aligned with Wellbridge’s vision and goals.
Potential responsibilities include:
Potential responsibilities include:
Assist with clinical groups, time permitting and dependent on level of training, as a strategy to enhance the integration of clinical and research functions.
Presentation and writing of scientific findings.
Assisting with preparation of grant applications.
Community research outreach via in-person and social media techniques.
EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS
BA/BS degree in Psychology or related major (e.g., Neuroscience, Sociology, etc.). MA/MS degree in Clinical, Counseling Psychology, or Social Work preferred.
2 years of related work/training experience (human research experience in substance use disorders preferred).
TheHamilton Labdirected byDr. Jessica L. Hamiltonin the Department of Psychology atRutgers University is hiring a Research Coordinator/Assistant to join us starting Summer 2021! The Hamilton Lab conducts research on adolescent suicidal thoughts and self-harming behaviors, with a focus on the risk and protective roles of social media use and sleep. The position will primarily support a NIMH-funded study using innovative ambulatory methods to investigate social media and sleep disruption in adolescent suicide risk. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to engage in every stage of the research process, including initiation and implementation of new research protocols, collecting, managing and analyzing data, as well as overseeing daily laboratory activities and supervising undergraduates. The candidate will be joining the lab in its inaugural year, and we are seeking applicants who are organized, creative, excellent at problem-solving, excited to contribute to and build the lab culture, and passionate about conducting research that impacts the community. This position is an excellent opportunity for individuals seeking to gain research and clinical experience prior to graduate study in clinical psychology or related programs.
The start date is Summer 2021. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position has been filled. There is an option for remote work during the summer with an expected transition to in person starting Fall 2021. Interested applicants are invited to submit a cover letter and CV (with references) through the following link: https://jobs.rutgers.edu/postings/131762
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