Center for Cognitive Brain Imaging

at Carnegie Mellon University


spatial thinkingResearch Assistants
The Center for Cognitive Brain Imaging often has openings for Research Assistants. Research Assistants provide support for fMRI studies of language comprehension, decision making, and visual problem-solving. Duties include collecting and analyzing data from fMRI and behavioral experiments; organizing and maintaining data files; using brain imaging software to define specific brain regions; recruiting subjects.
Qualifications: Bachelor of Science degree in psychology or equivalent research experience; familiarity with Windows; ability to work independently or with minimal supervision. Prior experience in a cognitive psychology research setting and experience with statistical software packages preferred.

Interested applicants should submit a resume to:

Ms. Paulette Williams
Center for Cognitive Brain Imaging
Baker Hall 327G
Carnegie Mellon University
Department of Psychology
Pittsburgh, PA 15213