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Job Title: Neuroscience Data Management Developer
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Organization: University of Colorado Boulder
Posted: 6/1/2018
Type: Part-time
Number of Openings: 1
Location: Boulder,  CO    USA
Position Description: Towards our mission of conducting transdisciplinary work, the lab is seeking a motivated professional who is interested in gaining research experience at the intersection of computer science, neuroscience, and psychological health. A bachelor’s degree in computer science, software development, bioinformatics, or similar field is required.

This position is a great opportunity for a recent graduate with or without research experience to be exposed to cutting edge research on health behaviors—notably cannabis use—within a dynamic and productive lab. The skills required for this position are highly valuable towards careers in health technology in the private and public sector. You can learn more about our projects by visiting our website

Qualifications: The following skills are required: 1. Intermediate to advanced Python 2. Microsoft Excel and CSV 3. API scripting experience 4. Working knowledge of Relational Database Theory 5. Weekly part-time availability 6. An interest in health technology and transdisciplinary collaboration The following skills are preferred: 1. HTML and/or CSS 2. Javascript 3. R and R Studio 4. REDCap

Organization Description: Operating out of the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience and the Institute of Cognitive Science, members of the CU Change lab seek to conduct transdisciplinary research to explore the psychological, neurocognitive, physiological, genetic, and epigenetic factors that are linked with health and risk behavior. We believe that a better understanding of the full range of influences on health and risk behavior will allow better tailoring of behavioral interventions to increase health behavior, decrease risk behavior, and ultimately decrease morbidity and mortality and increase quality of life.

Closing Date: 9/1/2018
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Contact Name: Renee Martin-Willett,  Laboratory Manager
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How to Apply: Applicants should submit their resume, ideally including accessible examples of past work to

We are ideally seeking a candidate who can start immediately.

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