Research Analyst I
This position will work on the neuroimaging Tennessee Twin Study, which examines the neural correlates of major dimensions of psychopathology, and the heritability of these characteristics.
Key Functions and Expected Performances:
• Coordinating subject scheduling
• Running experimental tasks during functional MRI studies
• Conducting a structured interview of psychiatric symptoms
• Testing subjects with cognitive and personality measures
• Insuring data quality
• Under direct supervision, the individual will assist in the following:
- Editing and maintaining documentation for institutional review
- Performing data analysis
- Manuscript preparation
This is a full-time, entry-level position (40 hours per week) supported by a federally-funded grant.
This job requires work on Saturdays approximately twice a month
Preferred Education, Skills, and Experience
- Bachelor''s degree in psychology or neuroscience
- Experience in psychological assessment or neuroimaging preferred; however, individuals with a combination of strong computer knowledge, social, and organizational skills may also be considered for the position.
More information about the types of studies performed by the Affective Neuroscience Laboratory is available at
Primary Location TN-Nashville-Wilson Hall
Organization Psychology 120660PI74812690