Student working on a research project.

Social Sciences Lab Assistant


Our research project focuses on understanding why a significant proportion of people do not know their risk for two highly preventable disease, type 2 diabetes and colorectal cancer, despite the proliferation of risk-based prevention messages about these diseases. We are seeking two lab assistants for data entry and conducting literature reviews. Training opportunities for academic writing and data analyses are available.

Research Project Information

Disciplines: Public Health, Cancer Prevention, Health Behavior
Student Skill-Set Needed: We welcome students who are interested in cancer prevention, medicine, social sciences, and public health.
Compensation: Volunteer, Work Study
Available: Spring


For further information on this opportunity, or to apply, contact:

Faculty Member: Heather Orom
Title: Associate Professor
Department: Community Health And Health Behavior
Office: 304 Kimball Tower
Phone: 716-829-6680