Open Position: Research Assistant – Data Analysis
The T-PAW Lab is hiring a part-time student research assistant for the 2022-2023 academic year. This data analysis role will be focused working with physiology and ecological momentary assessment data exploring the role of pet dogs in supporting adolescents with social anxiety. Proficiency with data analysis in R is required, and experience working with physiology and/or ecological momentary assessment data is preferred.
This role is open to advanced undergraduate or graduate students at Tufts University. Hours are flexible, and work can be conducted remotely or in person at the Tufts Grafton campus.
For more information on the position, please email Megan.Mueller@tufts.edu
Student Research Assistants: If you are a Tufts student who is interested in becoming involved with the PAW Lab, please email us at TuftsPAWLab@tufts.edu for available opportunities.
Tufts Initiative for Human-Animal Interaction (TIHAI) Student Scholars Program: If you are a Tufts student, you are eligible to apply for the TIHAI Student Scholars program. For more information, please visit: https://hai.tufts.edu/student-scholars-program/
Prospective Students: There are currently no open positions for incoming doctoral students. Positions will be posted as they become available. For more information on the HAI track in our PhD program, please visit: https://grad.vet.tufts.edu/phd/research-tracks/human-animal-interaction-phd-track/
Applications are accepted for the M.S. in Animals and Public Policy program on a yearly basis with two deadlines (February 1 and April 1). For more information, please visit: https://grad.vet.tufts.edu/ms-animals-and-public-policy/
Media inquiries: For media inquires related to our lab’s work, please email Megan.Mueller@tufts.edu
Animal-Assisted Interventions: For more information about the Tufts Paws for People therapy animal group, please visit http://hai.tufts.edu/paws
For all other inquiries, please email us at TuftsPAWLab@tufts.edu.