***POSITION CURRENTLY FILLED***
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.
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
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