Help wanted: Futurist seeks research assistant on ‘politics of human longevity’

I saw this up at SharpBrains and thought there might be some likely candidates among our readers as well:

Research Assistant – San Francisco

Sonia Arrison, a futurist and technology policy analyst, is seeking a part-time research assistant to help with collecting and organizing data on a broad range of subject areas relating to the politics of human longevity. The qualified candidate will be tech-savvy and must be able to search a wide variety of journals and other sources for both social and scientific information. The assistant must also be comfortable dealing with statistical data and is ideally interested in the prospect of radical life extension. This independent and self-motivated person will be available 15-20 hours a week.

Compensation depends on experience. Resumes should be sent to:


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  1. hi. i wonder if the position/work is still available. im interested to get the job. im a senior communication research students and have various experiences on different research methodologies such as FGDs, surveys, interviews, particpant observation, etc. i have also knowledge on data analysis.

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