The Research Specialist will be responsible for all aspects of enrolling participants in a NIAAA funded longitudinal research study. The position requires a Bachelor's degree and one year of work experience in a research project and/or related clinical setting.
The Youth and Family Research Program seeks to be an inclusive and safe space for all staff and participants. We value diversity and are committed to rectifying longstanding inequities with research and academia. We conduct high quality research with the goal of understanding the causes, course, prevention, and treatment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and related behavioral health problems, alcoholism, and drug addictions across the life cycle.