Volunteer Research Opportunity – Recognition and Prevention (RAP) Program at The Zucker Hillside Hospital.

Volunteer Research Opportunity – Recognition and Prevention (RAP) Program at The Zucker Hillside Hospital.

The RAP Program, a longitudinal research program for adolescents and young adults at high-risk for psychosis, is seeking assistance with data entry, literature searches, and presentation preparation.  We are seeking research volunteers who can devote 6-7 hours a week to these tasks. For those who can devote more time, additional opportunities to learn about the clinical signs and symptoms of the high-risk phase of psychosis and to observe assessments of patients in our EEG/ERP lab may be available.  You can learn more about our program and the high-risk field by visiting our website: www.rapprogram.org. Interested volunteers should email cover letter and resume to Andrea Auther, Ph.D. at aauther@nshs.edu.

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