The Stanford University Department of Pediatrics, Division of Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics (DBP) (dbpeds.stanford.edu/about-us.html; PI: Dr. Katherine Travis, med.stanford.edu/profiles/katherine-travis?tab=bio) is seeking to hire a clinical research coordinator for an NICHD-funded R00 grant examining the long-term language outcomes after a language intervention for preterm infants. The project will gather longitudinal MRI and behavioral data on infants born preterm with follow up visits at 12- and 18-month-old.
Comprised by a strong team of scientists and clinicians and located within an enriching academic setting, the Stanford DBP Pediatrics offers a stimulating research environment, full of collaborative and networking opportunities.
The position is ideal for a candidate who wishes to gain additional research experience before applying to a graduate program in Neuroscience or Psychology with emphasis in human development. There may be opportunities to develop independent projects, attend conferences, and co-author manuscripts.
Please find the position description for more details and application instructions in the following link: careersearch.stanford.edu/jobs/clinical-research-coordinator-associate-8761?et=P4fXCwHt