• Research Positions

    We are always looking for great people to join our team! Below please find the types of positions we often have available in the National Center for Sexual Violence Prevention or the Alcohol and Sexual Assault Prevention Lab.


    Please send a letter of interest indicating which job type and CV to Dr. Amanda Gilmore (agilmore12@gsu.edu) and Dr. Nicole Mullican (kmullican@gsu.edu).

    Research Scientist

    Part-time or full-time PhD-level researchers.

    Data Scientist

    Part-time or full-time Masters- or PhD-level data scientists with expertise in data management and analyses.

    Postdoctoral Fellow

    Junior investigators with a PhD in a related field (e.g., Public Health or Clinical Psychology) can receive specialized training in alcohol and sexual violence prevention research through training in federally funded research protocols, data analyses, publications, and grant writing.

    Research Coordinators

    Bachelors- or Masters-level research coordinators to lead and assist with data collection and program coordinaton on federally-funded research focused on alcohol and sexual violence.

    PhD Student

    Dr. Gilmore is accepting PhD applicants in the Public Health PhD program at GSU to start in Fall 2025 with prior research experience and interest in alcohol and sexual violence.

    MPH Internship

    We love working with MPH students for their internship! At GSU it's called an APE (Applied Practice Experience), but we can work with students at any university if your university agrees. We offer internships for all semesters: Fall (deadline to apply June 15), Spring (deadline to apply November 1), and Summer (deadline to apply February 15).

    Volunteer Research Assistantship

    We offer volunteer research assistantships for undergraduate and graduate levels. We require 10 hours of committment per week for at least 2 semesters.