Lab coordinator at the University of Michigan

Feb 10, 2022

 Methods, Sex differences, and Development Lab, or M(SD) in the Department of Psychology at the University of Michigan seeks to hire a full-time Lab Coordinator.

The goal of the research in the lab is to develop and apply novel quantitative approaches in order to reveal the ways in which the brain mediates biological and environmental influences on behavioral gender differences across development. To achieve this goal, intensive longitudinal data, that is, data reflecting many observations per person, are collected from individuals across the lifespan. Current projects focus on adolescence and adults aged 18 to 80 years who participate in multimodal functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and 100-day diary studies. Data from these studies require significant management and innovative person-oriented analyses.

This would be an excellent position for a recent graduate seeking to gain additional research experience prior to graduate school. There will be training in multiple methods and opportunities for co-authorship on presentations and publications. The successful candidate will be highly-motivated, reliable, conscientious, and organized.

Please see the detailed description of the position, responsibilities, application link, and hiring timeline below. Do not hesitate to reach out to me with questions at

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