The Developmental Risk and Cultural Resilience Laboratory
Harvard Medical School | Brigham and Women's Hospital
Join the DRCR Lab
NIH-Funded Research Assistant Position in Boston
Developmental Risk and Cultural Resilience Lab at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School
The Developmental Risk and Cultural Resilience Lab at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, under the supervision of Dr. Cindy Liu, is looking to hire a research assistant. We are looking for candidates that have a strong interest in adolescent development, racial discrimination, and Asian American mental health. This position is a great opportunity for individuals who would like full-time research experience prior to enrolling in a doctoral program in developmental, clinical, counseling psychology, or related fields. The lab is situated in the heart of Longwood Medical Center and is surrounded by Harvard Medical School and other affiliated hospitals.
This is a full-time position with benefits, with preference for a commitment of two years. Those interested in any of the positions should email a cover letter indicating which position for which they would like to be considered, CV, and 3 references to Dr. Liu at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The research assistant will work closely with the project coordinator to implement and run the research activities, including:
Recruiting study participants
Setting up the data collection
Interacting directly with research participants (parents and adolescents)
Processing and cleaning the data
Behavioral coding of the data
Collaborating closely with the study team members across sites
The ideal RA will have at least a bachelor’s degree within the fields of psychology, mental health, public health, or developmental science and prior experience in engaging with research participants or with families in professional settings. Given that data collection may take place with participants that speak only Chinese, we are seeking individuals with conversational proficiency with Mandarin Chinese/Cantonese.