With support from the Dana Foundation, an interdisciplinary team of researchers at Harvard is developing an innovative research initiative on Neuroscience & Society. The initiative will encompass topics such as neuroethics and neurolaw, and will utilize community-engaged and participant-centered approaches. There is an immediate need for part-time student research assistants at all levels (undergraduate, graduate) and research fellows (post-bac, post-doc, early career). This project reaches across multiple schools and departments at Harvard, and is being led by Gabriel Lázaro-Muñoz, PhD, JD, Francis Shen, PhD, JD, and Theresa Williamson, MD. Under the direction of the PIs, research assistant and research fellow responsibilities will include contributing to literature reviews focusing on Ethical, Legal, Social Implications (ELSI) issues; reviewing pertinent regulations and legal cases; formulating memos for the research team; synthesizing relevant literature; participating in conducting focus group interviews; and participating in project meetings. Mentoring will be provided to all research assistants and research fellows, including support for career development and opportunities for co-publishing. The expected duration of the position is five months (Oct-Feb), ten hours per week. Hours will be flexible and remote work is possible. Click here to apply via Google forms. Additional information and requirements are noted on the Google forms application. Questions should be directed to Tiffany Campbell, Center for Bioethics, Harvard Medical School. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, so apply now!