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Visual Psychophysiology - Full Time Research Assistant
Working under the supervision of a Principal Investigator and Lab Director and following established policies and procedures, provides assistance on clinical research studies. May be responsible for the following activities: recruiting and evaluating patients for studies; collecting and organizing patient data; scheduling patients for study visits; performing tests in areas of visual psychophysics, neuroimaging, eye movements and etc; maintaining and updating data generated by the study. Qualifications : BS or BA, new graduate with relevant course or project work. Excellent interpersonal skills are required for working with study participants. Good oral and written communication skills. Knowledge of clinical research protocols, computer programs, and quantitative analysis will be a plus. This is an excellent opportunity for someone to gain real research experience before attending to graduate and medical programs. Two year commitment is required. Grade 500.
Contact: Yue Chen, Ph.D. Address: Visual Psychophysiological Laboratory
Department of Psychiatry,
Harvard Med School
115 Mill Street
Belmont, MA 02478
Phone: 617 855 3615 Email: email@example.com
Date posted: May 2, 2005
A grant-funded position for a full-time research assistant is available to study cellular mechanisms underlying emotional learning and memory. Duties will include conducting behavioral experiments, performing small animal surgery, and conducting biochemical assays on brain tissue. Although training will be provided, candidates should have prior research experience with working with rodents in a research setting. Additional experience with immunohistochemistry, Western blotting, and/or in situ hybridization is preferred. Candidates should also have a Bachelors Degree in Psychology, Biology, Neuroscience, or a related field. For more information about the lab, see http://pantheon.yale.edu/~ges29/.
|Address:||Department of Psychology
2 Hillhouse Avenue
P.O. Box 208205
New Haven, CT 06520-8205
|Phone:||(203) 432-3461 (Office)|
|Fax:||(203) 432-7172 (Fax)|
Date posted: April 16, 2005
Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School & Laboratory of Molecular & Developmental Neurobiology, McLean Hospital. Postdoctoral Fellow, M.D./Ph.D., to study genetic control of adrenergic function. Goal to identify molecular mechanisms in hormonal/neural control of adrenergic function in response to stress, effects of abnormal stress response and adrenergic dysfunction on neuropsychiatric and cardiovascular diseases and effects of therapeutic drugs on adrenergic function. Background in neuroscience/related field with training in transfection assays, tissue culture, enzyme/protein assays, RNA/DNA/cloning, neuroanatomy and rodent models. Send CV and 3 letters of reference to Dr. Dona Lee Wong,
|Address:||Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Med School,
Laboratory of Molecular & Developmental Neurobiology,
115 Mill Street, MRC 116,
Belmont, MA 02478.
Date posted: August 18, 2004
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