Graduate Assistantship: Python and HTML

Good experience, good pay!
The graduate assistant will serve as a programming consultant for two National Institutes of Health-funded projects investigating the effects of Medicaid coverage on access to addiction treatment and overdose-related mortality. Responsibilities will include providing consultation to a highly talented undergraduate student who will develop and optimize an algorithm to run searches using Google and internet archives; meeting with the principal investigator and study coordinator to define specifications; and assisting with troubleshooting, debugging, and maintaining programs as needed. The successful candidate must be currently enrolled as a student at UofSC and possess expertise in Python and HTML.
Schedule can be coordinated with supervisor to work around class schedule, and will require no more than five hours per week. Excellent opportunity for a student interested in gaining experience working on NIH-funded scientific research projects. Compensation is highly competitive. To apply, please send your resume to Dr. Christina Andrews at