Dr. Matthew Carpenter, a Professor and Licensed Clinical Psychologist in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at MUSC, is looking for undergraduate students to aid in research on tobacco-related research. More information regarding this opportunity can be found below.
Time: Anticipated ~10-20 hours/week. Mostly evening work, occasional daytime or weekend hours. (Training will be during the daytime.) Looking for someone who can join our team at least through end of Spring 2019, though longer is preferred.
Compensation: $10-12/hr, depending on experience
Additional Benefits to You: Research experience, independent study for course requirements, including opportunities for data analyses & writeup, good experience if you’re thinking of graduate school or medical school, experience in medical setting
Responsibilities include: Data collection and Interactions with Study Participants, assistance in recruitment of study participants, miscellaneous office work
Requirements: Junior or Senior Psychology Major or equivalent health-related major, GPA of 3.0 or above
Preferred Course prerequisites: Research Methods, Statistics
If you have any questions, please contact Matthew Carpenter, PhD at email@example.com or 843.876.2436.