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specialist A/B: in the Bartman lab focusing on cancer metabolomics, and the Seale lab focusing on fat cell biology and metabolic disease | specialist B: the candidate will be expected to analyze and present data as well as help troubleshoot experiments under the limited supervision of senior research staff
help coordinate multiple studies on the use of novel technology—including digital phenotyping and app-based treatments—to improve outcomes for adolescents with mood disorders and those at risk for suicide
manage longitudinal research projects and oversee essential administrative tasks, while receiving mentorship and valuable research experience
two-year position starting summer 2023
performing study coordination tasks under the direction of the investigator and works closely with the Research Nurse and Data Coordinator to ensure overall compliance in the conduct of the study, and adherence to the approved study protocol
a great fit for a recent college graduate who is interested in women’s mental health, clinical research, aging and quality of life outcomes, and hormones & endocrinology, and who is considering a future career path in medicine, clinical psychology, or neuroscience
This information session will specifically cover our Full Time employment opportunities for recent graduates and/or current seniors graduating May 2023.
Mormino Lab focuses on Alzheimer's Disease pathology in humans utilizing PET/MR imaging techniques
participate in basic biomedical research projects in osteoclast differentiation, bone biology/inflammation (osteoimmunology) and autoimmune diseases
Application deadline: April 14, 2023 reviewed on a rolling basis
all-remote paid fellowship is ideal for highly motivated college graduates with an interest in public health, specifically addressing healthcare inequities and the social determinants of health
work directly with the PI as well as with senior graduate students and postdoctoral fellows to carry forward independent projects resulting in authorship on publications and opportunities to present work at local, national, and international meetings
assisting the lab members with processing of in vivo imaging data from miniaturize microscope calcium imaging, behavior, and mouse colony management
Application deadline June 1, 2023
recruit volunteer subjects for MRI scans: consent subjects, help oversee scanning, process bloodwork in laboratory, keep data records