Organization Fredericks Lab, Yale Clinical Neurosciences Imaging Center
The Fredericks Lab is seeking a post-baccalaureate research associate to assist at the Yale Clinical Neurosciences Imaging Center. They use a multimodal neuroimaging approach (including functional and structural MRI and targeted PET imaging) to better understand how Alzheimer’s disease (especially less common variants that disproportionately impact language and spatial function) affects brain circuits.
Assisting with participant recruitment and screening
Administering neuropsychological tasks and scanning sessions
Utilizing software for image processing and analysis
Reviewing the current scientific literature
Participating in local and national conferences and symposia on neurodegenerative disease
Working one-on-one with patients to study the clinical manifestations of Alzheimer's
Bachelor’s degree, demonstrated interest in the neurosciences a plus
Strong initiative and ability to problem-solve independently and learn new software programs
Ability to work as part of a team and seek direction/assistance when needed
Strong organizational, time management, and interpersonal skills
Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills, including an ability to communicate warmly and sensitively with research participants and their families
To apply, please send CV or resume and contact information for 2-3 references to the Fredericks Lab.