Full-time research assistant position, Anxiety Disorders Center, Hartford Hospital, CT

PSYCHOLOGY RESEARCH ASSISTANT: The Anxiety Disorders Center at the Institute of Living/Hartford Hospital is seeking a full-time Research Assistant to coordinate projects in psychological and psychiatric research.  This is a full-time grant-funded research assistant position with primary responsibilities on a study investigating the neural mechanisms of cognitive-behavioral therapy response in patients with hoarding disorder and secondary responsibilities on other related research studies.  Duties will include coordinating participant recruitment, collecting study data, and database management. Other responsibilities may include assistance with grant preparation and article writing, preparation of study materials, and data analysis.  The research assistant will have opportunities to co-author scientific papers and journal articles.

Qualifications include a BA/BS in psychology or related field, including coursework in research methods and/or statistics. Advanced degrees beyond the BA/BS and experience with fMRI are not needed.  Successful candidates will demonstrate a conscientious work style and strong interpersonal skills. This is an excellent entry-level position for a college graduate who is interested in gaining additional research experience before going on to graduate study.

Anticipated start date is in Summer 2017.  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please e-mail resume/curriculum vitae and two letters of recommendation to: David F. Tolin, Ph.D., Director, Anxiety Disorders Center, The Institute of Living/Hartford Hospital at david.tolin@hhchealth.org.



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