The Department of Psychology’s Memory Lab is seeking a full time Social Science Research Coordinator (RC) position. This is a one year fixed term position with possibility of renewal to a full time position upon funding availability. The RC will be an integral member of a team investigating memory and cognitive functions in older adults, and will be responsible for assisting with collection and analysis of structural neuroimaging data from healthy older participants. The RC will be tasked with: assisting with collection of functional and structural MRI data, and assisting with analyses of behavioral and MRI data. Competitive applicants for this position will be patient, detail-oriented, professional, punctual, articulate, independent, personable and engaging, with a desire for neuroimaging experience and direct interaction with older populations.
The Stanford Memory Lab specializes in neuroimaging studies of memory and cognition. The RC will join a lab of one principal investigator (PI), one research associate, two postdoctoral scholars, three graduate students, and two full-time research assistants. The lab conducts aging research in conjunction with the Department of Neurology and Stanford Alzheimer's Disease Research Center (ADRC) located at the Stanford Neurosciences Health Clinic.
Please see requirements and submit an application here.