SPH’s Center on Young Adult Health and Development is looking for a paid research assistant to help with the operations of two projects: a large-scale, NIH-funded research study on the health-related behaviors of young adults during a critical life transition (The College Life Study) and a statewide collaborative project on reducing drinking and alcohol-related problems among college students. We are looking for a motivated, responsible student who is able to commit to working with us for at least the next two semesters.
Primary Responsibilities: Communication with study participants; literature review and management; online research; quality assurance; document scanning; data entry, cleaning, and verification; and other tasks as assigned. There is the potential for data analysis experience and collaboration with the center’s Director, Dr. Amelia Arria, on peer-reviewed academic publications.
Hours per Week: 15-20
How to Apply: Submit your resume and a brief letter of interest by Sunday, August 4th to Brittany Bugbee, Recruitment Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.