|Description of Work
The postdoctoral research associate will work closely with local lab supervisors (Dr. Timothy Nelson and Dr. Jennifer Nelson), and will have regular remote meetings with PIs (Dr. Kimberly Noble and Dr. Nathan Fox, as well as other study leadership based in New York City). Responsibilities include: supervising a team of 2-3 research assistant in collecting data in the a university lab setting, as the children in the study reach 3 to 4 years of age; overseeing scheduling and tracking of participants; overseeing quality control of local data collection; and overseeing data management and data transfer.
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|Minimum Required Qualifications
Doctoral degree (or expected prior to start date) in psychology, neuroscience, or related field. Research experience with administering standardized cognitive assessments to young children in the lab setting. Must be highly organized, have good leadership skills, be detail-oriented, and be proficient at interacting with young children and families