This researcher will be part of a large multi-year investigation that examines effects of responsive parenting intervention on brain development and self-regulation in toddlers born preterm. The primary responsibilities of this position include assisting with all aspects of neuroimaging data collection including running the MRI scanner, organizing structural and functional data, basic processing of structural and functional data, and coordinating some lab activities.

This would be an excellent position for a graduating senior who wishes to hone their research skills before continuing on to postgraduate or medical school studies. Our research team provides a lively, collaborative, supportive intellectual environment and UT Health Science Center at Houston offers excellent employee benefits.

This position is open for a start date of July 1st 2022. A minimum 2-year commitment is preferred. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Review of applications will begin May 16th, 2022.


Job title: Research Assistant I – Children’s Learning Institute (TMC)

Requisition number: 2200016B

Please refer any questions to Dr. DeMaster (713) 500-8315