Undergrad Research Assistants - Help Run fMRI Experiments- Stanford NeuroChoice Initiative

Contact info Sarah Hudson: sihudson@stanford.edu
Expires at 2017-10-09 00:00:00

Website: https://neurochoice.stanford.edu

Department/Program Area: Department of Psychology; Neuroscience

Supervising Researcher: Brian Knutson (knutson@stanford.edu)

Duties: As a research assistant, you will aid in literature review, subject recruitment and screening, data entry and management, the administration of behavioral measures/limited cognitive testing, and fMRI scanning. You will be required to complete MRI safety training, along with human subjects training. 

Time Commitment: Minimum commitment is 10-12 hours/week for two quarters and preferably longer due to training needs!

Qualifications & Skills: Ideal candidates will be reliable, highly motivated, detail-orientated, and interested in neuroscience research. Previous research experience and/or interest/major in Psychology/Neuroscience/ Symbolic Systems are not necessary, but preferable. Backgrounds in statistics and/or coding not required, but a plus. Freshman, Sophomore and Junior applicants preferred.

Compensation: We prefer to hire research assistants for course credit (PSYCH 195), but may entertain the hire of RA’s on a paid, work-study or volunteer basis.

To Apply: Please send a resume and a brief statement of interest to Sarah Hudson at sihudson@stanford.edu by 9am, Monday, October 9th to be considered for course credit for this quarter. Interview requests to follow quickly for as early as possible next week. The deadline to receive course credit for this quarter is October 13th

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