Myself and my collaborator at the Hastings Center are looking for part-time (5-10 hrs/week) bilingual research assistance with The Motivations Study, a federally–funded study interviewing community health center patients in the lower Hudson Valley about their views on participating in precision medicine research. Responsibilities include participant recruitment, conducting interviews in Spanish, and data maintenance for the Motivations Study. This would be a great opportunity for bilingual grad student or post-doc looking to gain experience in bioethics research, or for a PhD who is looking for a paid research opportunity (we are able to pay an hourly rate or arrange a subcontract agreement at 15-20% level of effort). Please see the attached PDF for details, and feel free to reach out to me with any questions. This is not a remote position.
Johanna T. Crane, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Alden March Bioethics Institute
Course Director of Health, Care, and Society 1 & 2
Albany Medical College
Bioethics in Community Health: All of Us Motivations Study and Covid VACCS
Becoming Institutionalized: Incarceration as a Chronic Health Condition (2020)