RESEARCH STUDY ASSISTANT, School of Medicine, Neurology Tracking Code22500559880503Job Description
The Online Money Management (OMM) Study is looking for a research study assistant who can provide all the needed support in the implementation and execution of a NIH-funded study on financial decision-making in older adults. This position involves screening and recruiting participants, conducting study sessions, collecting and coding study data, tracking study progress, developing web-based surveys, conducting literature reviews, managing data, maintaining databases, documenting tasks, handling documents for the Institutional review board (IRB), helping the PI with conducting basic statistical analysis, and handling other miscellaneous tasks.
Minimum requirements include a bachelors degree in psychology or related field, with 1-3 years of experience in research, proficiency with MS Office, and familiarity with academic (psychology and decision-making related) databases. The project is focused on collecting data from both healthy older adults and those with clinical diagnosis of dementia. Some background training in neurodegenerative disorder is an added plus.
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Job LocationBOSTON, Massachusetts, United StatesPosition TypeFull-Time/Regular