Posted on Aug. 17, 2017
Our lab studies insomnia in children with autism and adults with chronic widespread pain. Undergraduate research assistants who are willing to devote time and effort to helping with this important research are desired. Daily duties vary within the lab, but recurring themes include processing sleep actiwatch data, updating and distributing sleep diaries/surveys, meeting with clients, and organizing lab documents.
Must have strong analytical and organizational skills.
Ability to listen and follow technical directions.
Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel.
Polite and professional.
Background in statistics and computers is a bonus but not required.
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Minimum of 12 hours a week with a flexible schedule.
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