Project Director/Coordinator, Brown University.
Longitudinal studies: Smoking during pregnancy and fetal/infant development
Centers for Behavioral and Preventive Medicine, Brown University and The Miriam Hospital, is seeking a project director to manage longitudinal studies investigating maternal smoking during pregnancy and fetal/infant neurobehavior and stress response.
Primary responsibilities involve managing daily operations, including administrative tasks and staff supervision as well as oversight of grant and IRB submissions. Strong organizational, supervisory and interpersonal skills preferred. Experience with project coordination and IRB/grant submissions desirable. Position involves working in a fast-paced environment within a multidisciplinary research team.
The Centers for Behavioral and Preventive Medicine, Brown University and The Miriam Hospital, Directed by Michael Carey, PhD, has a history of over 25 years of conducting innovative research involving inter-disciplinary, behavioral approaches to the prevention and treatment of disease. Research in the Centers includes some combination of laboratory-based, clinical, and community approaches.
The position will be offered contingent on the availability of funding. Applications from women and minority members are encouraged. To be considered for this position, please send CV and cover letter to Laura Stroud, Ph.D., 401-480-0700, Laura_Stroud@brown.edu.