Hiring Clinical Research Assistant at Brown/Rhode Island Hospital

The lab at Rhode Island Hospital/Brown is looking for a full-time clinical research assistant who will work for two research projects. Project SNAP is an NIH funded study which aims to understand how teens’ social media use is related to risk for dating violence among juvenile justice involved adolescents. Project SOCIAL is also an NIH funded study and focuses on the roles of parents, peers, and romantic partners in the development of dating violence among child welfare involved adolescents. The position includes a combination of research and clinical (assessment) components and focuses on work with historically disenfranchised adolescents. It also involves consideration of creating inclusive science that is representative of the communities that participate. Spanish language skills are highly desired. Commitment to two years in a position is preferred. We are hiring immediately.
Thank you for your time,
Charlene Collibee
Charlene Collibee, PhD
Assistant Professor (Research)
Alpert Medical School Brown University
Sr. Research Scientist
Rhode Island Hospital
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