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Research Assistant in Department of Psychiatry (University of Toledo)

Research Assistant in Department of Psychiatry (University of Toledo)

Country: USA
City: Toledo
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The University of Toledo is now hiring Research Assistant for its Department of Psychiatry!

The Research Assistant will work full time (8:30 am to 5:00 pm) at Health Science Campus College. The salary will range from $38,100 to $47,667 on the basis of your experience.

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  • Conducting and coordinating psychiatric research projects under the direction of Elissar Andari, Ph.D.
  • Conduct recruitment and retention of subjects and collections of behavioral, physiological, clinical, and imaging data at UTMC and other collaborating institutes
  • Also, she or he will be responsible for regulatory documentation and IRB submissions for all human research projects conducted in the lab.
  • manage, organize, process, and analyze the data of studies in the lab, as well as summarize the results for publications and grants.
  • In addition, developing imaging protocols, processing MRI functional, structural, and statistical analysis of brain and physiological/behavioral data.
  • contribute to research administration including supervising Research staff in the lab.
  • Moreover, assisting the PI in organizing meetings, helping with ICAN initiatives, and managing/supervising students and staff members in the lab.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in life science, social behavioral science, psychology, sociology, research, or related field
  • Prior work experience in a health-related field
  • Also, completes IRB training and maintains training up-to-date
  • Ability to effectively communicate with participants
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word as well as Excel
  • Ability to maintain the highest level of patient confidentiality
  • In addition, well organized, precisely follow the protocols and regulations
  • Knowledge in the usage of statistical software
  • Interest in writing
  • Moreover, owns Management skills

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Preferred Qualifications:

  • Basic medical training, statistical skills, and/or research experience, preferred
  • Also, a Master’s or doctoral degree in neuroscience, clinical, psychology, or related field
  • Basic knowledge of human neuroscience is preferred
  • Familiar with behavioral tasks and/or programming in Matlab on a Linux workstation for fMRI data analysis
  • In addition, skills or experience in MRI scan processing and analysis using image processing software, familiar with Linux OS, basic programming, and large database organization and analyses.



Type of Opportunity Academic Job
Company NameThe University of Toledo
City Toledo



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