A Part-time Research Coordinator (non-exempt) position is available at the Institute of Human Development and Social Change at New York University. The individual in this position will conduct research determining the neurobiological mechanisms by which environmental resource scarcity influences the development of social behavior and stress physiology.
· Coding of rodent behaviors for various experiments
· Organizing data sets
· Writing and organizing lab protocols
· Learning basic data analysis using Excel and data collection software (i.e. SPSS)
· Conducting literature reviews
· Drafting methods and brief summary of results
· Interest in youth and issues surrounding inequality
· Dependability (arriving to meetings on time, being detail-oriented, reliable, kind, and mature)
· Working independently and as a team
· Motivation and perseverance to complete assigned tasks
· Willingness to learn and work on a variety of tasks
· Ability to clearly communicate, including in written language
· Willingness to make at least a full year commitment
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