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EXAMPLE RESEARCH POSTING
(Not a real posting)
Research Assistant in Sleep Research
(Posted: August 1, 2011)
With: John Doe and Professor Jane Doe, Center for Sleep at Harvard Medical School
Time Commitment: minimum two semesters; starting Fall 2011
Compensation: Unpaid, For credit option available
The Sleep lab is seeking a research assistant to participate in a new project investigating relationships between sleep, memory and dreaming. Commitment and Compensation: The position is on a volunteer basis and would require approximately 10 hours per week. Days and times are flexible. Requirements: No experience necessary. Must be able to commute to Longwood campus. Application instructions: To apply, please submit your CV to John Doe using the application form below.
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