RA POSITION AVAILABLE
The Psychosocial Research Program at Butler Hospital is looking to hire 2 - 4 full-time research assistants to work on a variety of projects relating to assessment and intervention in primary care and psychiatric inpatient settings. Positions will start from March to June 2015. In particular, we may be hiring for projects focusing on: 1) identification of novel risk factors for suicidal ideation and behavior using genetics, psychophysiology, and experimental methods (Director: Michael F. Armey, Ph.D.), 2) implementation of an acceptance/mindfulness video-based intervention for depression in a primary care setting (Directors: Lisa Uebelacker, Ph.D. & Brandon Gaudiano, Ph.D.), and 3) implementation of acceptance and commitment therapy for psychiatric inpatients with psychosis (Director: Brandon Gaudiano, Ph.D.). The Psychosocial Research Program, located in Providence, RI, is affiliated with Brown University Medical School. For more information about our program, please refer to our department website (moodtreatment.org) or to each faculty member’s web page, which is located at: http://vivo.brown.edu/people.
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Butler - Research Administration Department
Fulltime position with some evening and/or weekend hours.
Brown Medical School researchers working at Butler Hospital are seeking research assistants for National Institutes of Health-funded studies relating to assessment and intervention in primary care and psychiatric inpatient settings. Responsible for recruiting subjects and conducting research assessments with psychiatric patients.
BA in psychology or related field required. Experience with psychology research and/or working with psychiatric patients desirable.
Send cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please send your resume and cover letter to Emily Carl (ECarl@Butler.org).
Brandon Gaudiano, Ph.D.
Associate Professor (Research)
Department of Psychiatry & Human Behavior
Alpert Medical School of Brown University
Butler Hospital, Psychosocial Research Program