Research Assistant in Health, Behavior and Society

Posted: January 24, 2023

Purpose of Job: To assist faculty member in various projects including but not limited to health services research, community based participatory research projects in cancer, cardiovascular disease, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), grant development, literature searches and reviews, service learning programs, community-based health, human, and faith service organizations (Baltimore CONNECT).

Job Qualifications: Preference is for a work study student who has the time to commit for at least a year.  Must be able to work both on a team and independently, be familiar with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel, and have proficiency in preparing reports and correspondence. Organizational skills are also required.   Proficiency with search engines is a plus.

Description of Duties: Working closely with a faculty member at Health Behavior and Society at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and other undergraduate RAs, you will be working on a variety of projects (see Purpose, above). A large portion of your work will involve coordinating meetings for mental health projects, conducting research reviews and searches, transcribing notes, taking minutes, assisting in preparing reports, grants, and manuscripts, editing and proof reading. Self-starters and ability to work independently are highly desirable. Work hours are flexible (2-4 hours a week).

Please contact Lee Bone at with any questions or if interested