Research Assistant for Study on Parent & Child Mental Health
Seeking students to start immediately! CHAAMP (Child and Adolescent Anxiety and Mood Disorders Program) is investigating the impact of maternal experience of traumatic events and the impact on child (ages 8-14) mental health. Undergraduate RAs working on this study will have the opportunity to assist in various parts of the research process including participant recruitment, administering study materials to parent & child, entering and managing data, and data analysis. Students in this position should be available for a minimum of 10 hours/week, including availability to assist with weeknight/weekend study sessions as needed. Students with previous experience working with families/children are encouraged to apply. CHAAMP is dedicated to building a diverse and inclusive academic community. We strongly value diversity in CHAAMP. Thus, individuals from underrepresented groups, broadly defined, are encouraged to seek opportunities in the lab. If interested, please fill out the attached google survey link. Thank you!