Responsible for helping coordinator grant funded projects at the Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety with the day to day functions of the Center. Duties include assisting in data management, talking with and scheduling patients and prospective patients, and project management assistance (e.g. scheduling, tracking progress). The successful applicant will have knowledge of research methods and statics commonly used in psychology and will carry out research tasks including literature reviews for grants and manuscript preparation, database development and management, and conducting data analysis. Position is contingent on continued grant funding.
Internal Number: 44791
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