Hyde Park Campus
20133 Psychiatry & Behav. Neurosci
About the Unit
The Department has is organized along “Mission Lines” These mission lines are focusing in a variety of areas and strategic initiatives of the hospital including, but not limited to, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Supportive Psycho-oncology, Consultation Psychiatry, Palliative Care, Eating Disorders, Geriatrics, Woman's Health and general psychotherapy for adults, adolescents and children.
The Clinical Neuroscience & Psychopharmacology Research Unit (CNPRU) conducts research into the biology and treatment of psychiatric disorders, including psychotic disorders and mood disorders.
- Assist with the protocols by administering and scoring selected assessment instruments including psychophysiological tests, cognitive tests, EEG, and MRI.
- Handle recruitment of study subjects, and manage and organize the data collected.
- Assist in the preparation of lab reports, grant submissions, data analytic activities and general academic research efforts.
- Provide support to enhance the unit efficiency in various aspects of the management functions, including ordering supplies and equipment, shipping receiving, scheduling and testing study participants, etc.
- Interactive Communication
- Active listening skills
- Critical thinking skills
- Organizational skills
- Time management
Education, Experience and Certifications:
- High school education required.
- Bachelor's degree in related field preferred.
- Some post secondary work experience field of study relevant to the research being conducted required.
- Previous experience working in a research laboratory with subject contact preferred.
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Depends on Qualification
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Drug Test Required?
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