Center for Translational Sleep and Circadian Sciences (TSCS) Overview
The Center for Translational Sleep and Circadian Sciences (TSCS) in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine aims to advance the science and practice of sleep/circadian sciences through innovation in research and training. TSCS consists of a vibrant group of multidisciplinary clinicians and scientists from neurology, psychiatry, public health, pulmonology, medicine, data science, digital technology, and innovation to tackle big and important health and wellness challenges.
To continue the rich and successful tradition of the center’s training program, we have an exciting opportunity for undergraduate or graduate students to join our team as a Communication Associate (RA) Intern:
The Research Intern will assist Drs. Seixas and Blanc on several innovative studies and will gain immersive and invaluable experience in all aspects of biomedical and population health research.
The Intern will receive training to assist with the following:
- Help develop and execute community outreach and engagement strategies
- Manage social media engagement across several platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Youtube, and LinkedIn, etc)
- Provide input for creative marketing strategies and social media campaigns
- Update study website with current events, relevant news, etc
- Assist with the implementation of the Strategic Development plan for communications,
- including e-blasts, e-newsletters (internal, external).
Proficiency in Spanish or French/Creole languages is a plus but is not required!
Please email all inquiries, cover letter and resume to:
Dr. Judite Blanc
Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
Center for Translational Sleep and Circadian Sciences (TSCS)
Clinical Research Building,
14th Floor 1120 NW 14th St, Room 1448
Miami, FL 33136
Check with your school’s Internship Coordinator BEFORE accepting the hiring offer to determine if this position satisfies the criteria for receiving academic credit.