The research assistant will assist in conducting projects that involve studying patterns of alcohol and cannabis use and related behaviors (e.g., driving under the influence) among adult heavy alcohol and cannabis users.
The Research Associate will work directly with Professor Matthew Kraft to advance a range of ongoing research projects related to the K-12 teacher workforce and tutoring. T
To conduct and oversee scientific, programmatic and research operations of the Department of Energy (DOE) Energy Frontier Research Center (ERFC) entitled Materials for Water and Energy Systems (M-WET).
The Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies in the School of Public Health seeks a full-time Peer Specialist to work directly with research participants who are on community supervision and have an opioid use disorder, helping them to identify the most appropriate services to assist them in their recovery and supporting them in connecting with those services.
The purpose of this position is to recruit and work with participants for research studies within the Hassenfeld Child Health Innovation Institute. The successful applicant will work closely with the Project Managers and other Research Assistants, as well as the Principal Investigators.
This position will manage and contribute to research using experimental and computational approaches to study children’s learning and thinking, as well as dog cognition.
Research Agreements and Contracting is responsible for drafting, negotiating, managing, and executing agreements and contracts which support research at Brown, including Material Transfer Agreements, Data Use Agreements, unfunded or internally funded agreements, and other complex and unique contracts that do not fall within the purview of Sponsored Projects or Brown Technology Innovations.
The candidate will be responsible for recruiting and screening participants, maintaining participant records (e.g., consent forms, screening forms), assisting with the supervision and training of undergraduate students, and assisting day-to-day oversight of study maintenance.
This is an exciting opportunity to support a growth-oriented and sustainable culture of research and creative activities at a nationally ranked institution.
The RF serves SUNY by providing essential administrative services that enable SUNY faculty to focus their efforts on the education of students and the performance of life-changing research across a wide range of disciplines including medicine, engineering, physical sciences, energy, computer science, and social sciences.