Research Specialist: The Developmental Dynamics Lab, headed by Dr. Liz Will, is looking for candidates to assist with a longitudinal NIH-funded research study focused on development in infants and toddlers with genetic conditions, including Down syndrome. Key responsibilities include conducting in-home assessments with families and their child with Down syndrome, as well as assisting with scheduling, data management, and scoring protocols. The specialist will be exposed to a variety of interdisciplinary methods, including standardized behavioral assessment, physiology, genetics, statistics, and kinematics. The Research Specialist position is ideal for individuals who plan to pursue a graduate degree in psychology, human development, communication sciences and disorders, or related fields and would like to obtain research experience and training.
Brain Research Across Development (B-RAD) Lab, directed by Dr. Caitlin Hudac, often has volunteer position for individuals (8-10 hours per week, during the school year). See her website for more information!