Cerebral Blood Flow Research Assistant

ResponsibilitiesUnder general supervision of the Principal Investigator and SRA III, this position will primarily help coordinate the Cerebral Blood Flow (CBF) NIH SBIR study. The CBF Research Assistant is responsible for administering basic neurocognitive and neuropsychological tests in addition to entering data results.
Experiment execution, data collection, and analysis for the Cerebral Blood Flow study. Perform and coordinate research projects focused on obtaining pre-season neurocognitive neuropsychological and neurophysical baseline, post-injury and post-season data for student athletes as they relate to sport concussions. Administer the following neurocognitive, neuropsychological and neurophysical exams on student athletes: Clinical Reaction Time Test (RTclin); Balance Error Scoring System(BESS); Sports Concussion Assessment Tool (SCAT3); Standardized Assessment of Concussion (SAC); Computerized Neurocognitive Assessments: ImPACT and AXON; administering Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scan protocols. Assist in data acquisition and data entry for various types of data obtained from the following tests/systems: Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scan; Clinical Reaction Time Test. Assist in the consenting of subjects for research. Schedule baseline and post-injury assessments.

QualificationsQualified candidate:
Minimum 1 year of experience working on grant funded research projects.
Experience interfacing with research databases.
Strong background in research coordination and project coordination.
Familiarity with sports medicine, athletic training, neurology and/or neuropsychology is a plus.
We are seeking an independent, motivated individual with excellent organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills.
Ability to maintain accurate records of experiments and results both in writing and computerized database.
Experience administering any of the following exams: Clinical Reaction Time Test (RTclin); Balance Error Scoring System (BESS); Sports Concussion Assessment Tool (SCAT3); Standardized Assessment of Concussion (SAC) and ImPACT.
Familiarity coordinating services and/or working with any of the following UCLA offices: CTRC, CTRL, IRB office, OHRPP, Athletics, OCGA.

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