Research Technician Associate
The Research Technician will perform various duties to support the PI, including, but not limited to: data management of participant info, MRI info and Speech info, data preparation for publications, management of various spreadsheets, assisting with supply orders, management of undergraduate research assistants, scheduling participants, and working with SLPs to prepare for participant visits.
Bachelor's degree in Psychology, Neuroscience, or a related field. Basic technical and computing skills (e.g. Microsoft Office, Access, Excel). Prior research experience with human subjects, organizational skills, problem solving skills, attention to detail, excellent communication skills and interpersonal skills.
Radiology Building, Michigan State University
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