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  • Research Coordinator Position at the University of Florida

    The Neurocognitive and Behavioral Development Laboratory (NBDL) of Dr. Zheng Wang ( is seeking one full-time Research Coordinator to help lead studies of behavioral and brain degeneration in aging individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and related developmental disorders (Phelan-McDermid Syndrome, Fragile X Syndrome). These clinical research projects are conducted through the Rehabilitation Science Program and the Department of Occupational Therapy at the College of Public Health and Health Professions at the University of Florida and in collaboration with the UF Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (CARD:, the Laboratory for Rehabilitation Neuroscience (LRN: and the UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) Human Imaging Core (, providing diverse research and clinical training opportunities.
    Responsibilities for the position include administering neuropsychological, sensorimotor, and MRI testing, scoring cognitive and sensorimotor test data, data entry, preparing Institutional Review Board (IRB) reports, developing laboratory manual, and participating in meetings reviewing and interpreting data, preparing manuscripts, and planning future studies. This position provides the opportunity to gain invaluable experience working with clinical populations, developing skills in psychological, neuropsychological, sensorimotor, and MRI testing, and participating in each phase of the research process within large-scale research studies.
    Applicants should have a BA or BS in Kinesiology, Psychology, Rehabilitation Science, Neuroscience or a related pre-health field. Interested persons are asked to make at least an 18 months commitment due to the extensive training required. The position is anticipated to start in Jan 2019.
    Interested individuals should send a resume or CV and a brief cover letter stating your career goals to