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Behavioral Intervention Research Assistant

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This is a project to help young adult cancer survivors adopt healthier physical activity and healthy eating behaviors. I am looking for students with a variety of interests to help with:
• Designing recruitment and intervention materials
• Social media recruitment
• Reviewing screening forms to assess participant eligibility and conducting telephone screenings
• Communicating with participants

I’m seeking detail-oriented individuals with strong communications skills. Students will gain valuable research skills, including intervention development and design, participant recruitment and enrollment, and data entry and management. Prior research experience is not necessary. Estimated time commitment of 10 hours per week.

Interested candidates should email the following to Erin Coffman (


Why are you interested in this project and what you hope to get out of the experience. (250 words max please):
Previous Research Experiences/Courses/Trainings:
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Faculty Advisor
Carmina Valle
Research Supervisor
Erin Coffman
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