Full-Time Clinical Research Coordinator, Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School

November 16, 2022

We are currently looking to hire a full-time clinical research coordinator (start date this Dec-Jan) to join us at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School and assist with NIMH- and American Foundation for Suicide Prevention-funded studies aimed at improving short-term risk prediction for suicidal behavior in adolescents. Studies assessing proximal risk for suicidal behavior use computational methods to model neurocognitive markers and/or ambulatory indices (i.e., mobile technology including actigraphy, passive sensing of physiological arousal, passive sensing of social engagement and physical activity, and ecological momentary assessment) in psychiatrically hospitalized youth (see RF1MH120830R01MH124899R01MH115905K23MH126168). Additional studies focus on employing computer vision to identify visual indicators of suicide risk among adolescents (R21MH127231YIG-1-020-20). Our most recently funded study aims to examine how parent-child stress interactions may be associated with or protect against suicide risk in adolescents using automatic sensing of acoustic and visual behaviors (R21MH130767). The research coordinator will work under the mentorship of Dr. Richard Liu and Dr. Taylor Burke at Massachusetts General Hospital. This position is particularly well suited for individuals seeking to gain research and clinical experience prior to graduate or medical school.

Application information: The start date is December 2022-January 2023. Interested applicants are invited to submit a cover letter and CV through this link. Any questions regarding this position may be directed to Margarid Turnamian at . The deadline is rolling.

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