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Assistant Social Media

Location:
Richmond, VA
Salary:
$15+
Posted:
November 19, 2020

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Juliet R. Fueglein

Richmond Va. *****

540-***-****

adhy7q@r.postjobfree.com

www.linkedin.com/in/jay-fueglein-1a80921a2

Education

**/**/**** ******** ******* Community College (VWCC)- Roanoke, VA

Associates in Social Science GPA 3.7

General Education Certificate GPA 3.5

05/09/2020 Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) - Richmond, VA

Psychology, Bachelor of Science (B.S) with a concentration in Addiction Studies

GPA: 3.5

Research Experience

January 2020-May 2020- Research Assistant

NIH/NIDA Grant-Funded project (5R36DA046671-02) P.I.: Kathryn Polak, M.S.

Grant Title: “Using mobile-based contingency management to promote daily self-monitoring of pain severity and prescription opioid use in a primary care sample of chronic pain patients.”

Project Goal: This project will examine the efficacy and feasibility of contingency management for improving self-monitoring of clinically- relevant variables among chronic pain patients, which will inform future research on effective pain management and early identification of Opioid Use Disorders.

Department of Psychology, Virginia Commonwealth University

Duties/Skills: Screening and running sessions with participants, recruiting participants, data transcription, entry, and organization.

January 2020-May 2020- Research Assistant

NIAAA/NIH Grant-Funded project (5R01AA026750-02) P.I.: Dace Svikis, Ph.D.

Grant Title: “A Genome Wide Association Study of Severe Alcohol Use Disorder”

Project Goal: This project will collect a large sample of severely ill cases with Alcohol Use Disorder which, together with other parallel efforts, will identify key risk genes for this disorder.

Department of Psychology, Virginia Commonwealth University

Duties/Skills: Recruitment and screening participants, collecting saliva samples from participants, packaging and mailing DNA kits, data entry and organization.

August 2019- April 2020 -Research Assistant

NIAAA/NIH Grant-Funded project, P.I.: David Chester, Ph.D.

Grant Title: “Neural correlates of intertemporal choice in aggressive behavior.”

Project Goal: Seeks to understand the psychological and biological processes that motivate and constrain aggressive behavior.

Department of Psychology, Virginia Commonwealth University

Duties/Skills: Conducting informed consent, managing lab sessions, overseeing and training new research assistants

August 2019- April 2020 – Research Assistant

Non-Funded project, Supervision: Alexandra Martelli, Ph.D.

Project Title: Brain Functioning in Romantic Relationships

Project Goal: To explicate the neural correlates of romantic partner aggression, as compared to aggression committed against close friends or strangers.

Department of Psychology, Virginia Commonwealth University

Duties/Skills: Set up and usage of fNIRS equipment, conducting informed consent, conduct lab sessions with romantic couples, managing and training new research assistants

May 2019- May 2020- Research Assistant

NIA/NIH Grant-Funded project, P.I.: Robin Everheart, Ph.D.

Grant Title: “RVA Breathes: A Richmond City collaboration to reduce Pediatric Asthma disparities”

Project Goal: A major goal of the six-year grant is to implement RVA Breathes as a sustainable program in the Richmond community

Department of Psychology, Virginia Commonwealth University

Duties/Skills: Conducting interviews with children, recruiting participants, transcribing audio recordings, data entry and organization.

January 2019-August 2019 -Research Assistant

NIMH/NIH Grant-Funded project (R34 MH115775), P.I.: Eric Benotsch, Ph.D.

Grant Title: “Microeconomic intervention to reduce HIV transmission in economically

disadvantaged transgender women”

Project Goal: To develop and test a microeconomic intervention for behaviorally and

economically vulnerable transgender women.

Department of Psychology, Virginia Commonwealth University

Duties/Skills: Research methods training during lab meetings, data management, data entry, transcription.

January 2019-May 2019 Research Assistant/Co-author

Non-Funded project, Supervision: Ashlee Sawyer, Ph.D.

Project Title: #WeWontBeErased: Trans mobilization on Twitter.

Project Goal: Compare conversations about recent proposals from the Trump administration to redefine gender taking place on Instagram and Twitter. Discuss the role of social media platforms in conversations about civil rights and policy

Department of Psychology, Virginia Commonwealth University

Duties/Skills: Codebook development and literature review.

Volunteering

January 2019-April 2020

Transfer Student Mentor: Mentor to new transfer students, aiding in adjustment to life at a new university. Department of Psychology, Virginia Commonwealth University

January 2019-April 2019

Friends of East End Cemetery: A nonprofit working to reclaim East End Cemetery, Henrico VA. A historic African American burial ground volunteers work to uncover lost graves from the damages of neglect and nature.

Manuscript in Preparation

Mays, H. V., Sawyer, A. N., Fueglein, J., Guidry, J. P D., Tabaac, A. R., Coston, B., Carlyle, K. #WeWontBeErased: Trans mobilization on Twitter.

Training & Professional Development:

2019 CITI Research Ethics Training

Human Subjects Research Social and Behavioral

Good Clinical Practice

Human Subjects Research Biomedical

Responsible Conduct of Research

2019 Relieve Trainer Opioid Overdose Prevention - Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Va

2018 Rams in Recovery Ally - Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond VA

Academic Honors

Fall 2019-Spring 2020

Dean’s List, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

Software Skills

SPSS, Redcap and Qualtrics Software, fNIRs Systems, Microsoft Office, Google Suite, and Slack



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