Lab Manager at the Clinical Affective Neuroscience (CAN) Lab, University of California San Francisco

October 13, 2021

We are looking for an administrative lab manager for the Clinical Affective Neuroscience (CAN) Lab. You will assist with coordinating several studies focused on the neurobiology of emotion across the lifespan in aging, neurodevelopmental disorders, and neurodegenerative diseases. You will address administrative and technical concerns as they arise, implementing solutions in concert with key personnel. As part of the CAN Lab, you will work with other members of the clinical research team (postdoctoral fellows, research coordinators, volunteers, etc.) and UCSF administrative staff (fiscal, contracts, and grant) and manage collaborations and grant applications. Your role also includes working with the UCSF Human Research Protection Program to ensure compliance across all studies in the lab’s portfolio, hiring and onboarding of Assistant Clinical Research Coordinators within the lab, and providing support in grant writing, NIH progress reports, budget preparation, and research administration.

  • Position Category: Staff, CAN Lab (
  • Name of Supervisor: Virginia Sturm, PhD
    Closing Date: Open until filled

University of California, San Francisco, Langley Porter Psychiatric Hospital & Clinics, Memory and Aging Center | |

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