We are hiring!

The SAN Lab is pleased to announce that we’re hiring a full-time project coordinator to work on a new longitudinal fMRI study of eating behavior change! Applications are due at the end of August, and the start date is in early September.

You can read more and apply HERE.

Project Description
The study is a four-arm RCT testing the efficacy of a behavioral response training, a cognitive intervention, and a dissonance-based intervention to change cancer-relevant eating behavior against a non-food control training.

Position Description
The Project Coordinator works closely with Dr. Berkman to direct the design and implementation of the intervention. The Project Coordinator supervises and trains staff, including NTTF employees, coordinates and tracks recruitment and retention of subjects, runs assessment sessions including neuroimaging, conducts telephone interviews, manages and analyzes neuroimaging and behavioral data, acts as the liaison of the project to on- and off-campus organizations, and works closely with Dr. Berkman to achieve project goals. Ongoing interaction with the internal review board for human subjects protection is also expected.

Compensation is commensurate with experience.

Minimum Requirements
• BA degree in psychology, neuroscience, or biology.
• Experience with human subjects research studies, particularly clinical trials.
• Expertise in SPSS and MATLAB, R, and/or Python.
• Experience with team management.

Professional Competencies
• Excellent oral and written communications skills, highly detail oriented, organized, and efficient, and able to work independently while seeking supervision as necessary.
• Outstanding interpersonal skills and creative problem solving are also critical.
• Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and text messaging.

Preferred Qualifications
• MA degree in psychology, neuroscience, or biology.
• Experience with clinical participant recruitment.
• Experience conducting standardized clinical assessments.
• Neuroimaging acquisition and/or analysis experience, preferably fMRI.
• Experience with obese/overweight, early adversity samples and/or community populations, ideally in the context of a randomized controlled trial.
• Experience developing marketing and public relations strategies.
• Expertise in SPSS and MATLAB, R, and/or Python.
• Experience with team management.

The University of Oregon is proud to offer a robust benefits package to eligible employees, including health insurance, retirement plans and paid time off. For more information about benefits, visit http://hr.uoregon.edu/careers/about-benefits.

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About Elliot Berkman

Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Oregon Director of the Social and Affective Neuroscience Lab Associate Director of the Center for Translational Neuroscience
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