Dr. Ekaterina Dobryakova at the Center for TBI Research, Kessler Foundation is inviting applicants for a Research Assistant position to work on the ongoing NIH funded R01 that focuses on examining learning in individuals with traumatic brain injury and clinical depression. Responsibilities include the following: recruit/enroll research participants, schedule and coordinate study visits, interview participants according to research protocols (structured clinical interview), administer neuropsychological test batteries, coordinate/monitor MRI data collection, conduct and/or assist with data analyses, manage electronic and paper databases.
Qualifications include the following: Bachelor’s or Masters degree in behavioral or biological sciences or a related discipline; Previous experience in academic and/or clinical research; Excellent administrative and problem-solving skills; Proficient computer skills (especially Word and Excel); Strong communication skills. Candidates must be comfortable working in a medical setting. Experience/familiarity with data analysis software and coding is a plus.