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Georgetown Univerisity Research Assistant, Center for Aphasia Research - Georgetwon Univerdity Medical Center in Washington, District Of Columbia

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Research Assistant, Center for Aphasia Research - Georgetwon Univerdity Medical Center

This Research Assistant position provides essential support to the Center for Aphasia Research. This position serves a central role in all ongoing studies, from initial recruitment, to data collection and organization, to post-study analyses and publication. In addition to logistical and analytical study support, the research assistant oversees Institutional Review Board compliance of the lab’s projects and manages communications between the IRB and the Center. Furthermore, this position helps supervise the Center’s multiple undergraduate research assistants and assists with some administrative tasks as needed by the Center Director. Duties include, but are not limited to:

Research Support

  • Preparing stimulus materials according to research protocols

  • Entering, organizing, and analyzing data

  • Scoring language and neuropsychological assessments

  • Recruiting, screening, and scheduling research participants

  • Testing neurotypical research participants

  • Managing the lab’s active IRB protocols

  • Hiring and supervising undergraduate student research assistants

  • Maintaining backups of lab data and audio/video library

  • Assisting in creation of academic papers and presentations

Administrative Support

  • Paying research participants

  • Managing and replenishing lab’s petty cash fund

  • Ordering supplies and equipment

  • Managing undergraduate work study employment records in GMS

  • Updating and maintaining lab website


  • Bachelor’s degree

  • Required commitment duration: Two years

Preferred Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in linguistics, psychology, cognitive neuroscience, communication disorders or related field

  • 0-2 years working in a behavioral research environment

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