Open positions: exercise physiology research assistants
Are you interested in exercise physiology and athletic performance? Want to gain research experience at Stanford Medicine’s Snyder Lab and work with human subjects?
The Snyder Lab is exploring molecular changes that occur after different types of exercise training (high intensity interval training vs. long-distance endurance running). They are looking at how different types of exercise change gene expression, proteins, lipids, and metabolites in the human body after 12 weeks, as well as VO2 max.
At the Snyder Lab, you will gain mentorship from a PhD student, work with other team members in the Snyder Lab at Stanford University…and potentially publish a research paper. Note: This is a volunteer (unpaid) position and you must be a Stanford student to apply. Position is for Winter and Spring 2023 quarters.
Your tasks & time commitment:
- Monitor participant training at Stanford’s track (1 hour session, 2x/wk)
- Contact participants and build relationships, ask about training, hold them accountable (1 hour/wk)
- Analyze exercise adherence and wearable Fitbit data (30 min)
- Weekly team meeting with PhD student, Aubrey (15 min)
Please email Aubrey ASAP if you are interested: email@example.com
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