The Stanford Cognitive and Systems Neuroscience Lab (SCSNL) is seeking a part-time scan technician to assist in the administration of MRI scans of participants for multiple concurrent child development studies. The successful candidates will learn about the specific studies and contribute to the acquisition of critical data while developing valuable interpersonal skills that will prove beneficial to a future career in healthcare.
1. Learning and administering up to 7 different protocols.
2. Working closely with children and parents to ensure participant comfort in the scanner.
3. Working closely with research assitants to adequately complete the scan in the given time.
4. Arriving on time to scan and acting in a professional and appropriate manner.
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