The Department of Pediatric Newborn Medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital is recruiting a Principal Investigator with a PhD and multicultural research experience. This position will lead a team focused on studying culture and socio-emotional development as well as race and ethnic disparities related to maternal and child mental health. The candidate will lead a program of research incorporating data ranging from behavioral and physiological data collected from the laboratory to population level variables from large survey research.
Key skills and competencies:
? Excellent oral and written communication and presentation skills, and demonstrated ability to expertly carry out communications, relationship-building with study staff, governmental, non-profit, research, academic, and donor organizations in order to attain project goals and facilitate productive collaboration.
? Strong management and leadership skills, with demonstrated capacity to work as part of a team with collaborators, stakeholders and research staff.
? Excellent organizational, and problem-solving skills
? Strong attention to detail, excellent time management, goal- and detail-oriented work style, and meticulous and consistent follow-through on projects. Managing overall team workflow, and developing overall work-plan timeline and task assignments
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