Research Asst at Dartmouth in adolescent substance abuse

The Center for Technology and Behavioral Health (CTBH: http://www.c4tbh.org/) at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth currently has a new position open to assist Drs. Alan Budney and Catherine Stanger in research on the development and evaluation of psychosocial treatments for adolescents. The primary focus of this position will be an NIH funded project involving a randomized trial of an intervention for adolescent substance use. This position provides excellent experience for persons seeking to build skills necessary for conducting clinical research, and for those planning to apply to graduate or medical school.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The research assistant will monitor ongoing data collection at the clinical site, preparing reports for the PI, the IRB, and the funding agency and working with the remote research team to ensure high quality data collection. There will also be opportunities to work with senior investigators and postdoctoral fellows on data analyses, manuscript preparation, and grant writing.

REQUIREMENTS

One year of experience in research with human subjects, and previous project-related work involving complex project design and communications is preferred. Bachelor’s degree in human services related field, a social science, or the equivalent. Experience with Redcap and other database, data management, and statistics is highly desirable. A 1-year commitment to the position is preferred. The successful candidate will be enthusiastic, responsible, able to work independently, and have great interpersonal and communication skills as well as meticulous attention to detail.

The position is open immediately and will start as soon as the selected candidate is available. Please email resume to Dr. Budney to apply: alan.budney@dartmouth.edu

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