Genote develops, produces, and distributes evidence-based protocols (Health Music Protocols) for two main populations: the clinical and the end-users. The clinical population, Genote produces and studies protocols for the recovery, regulation, and stabilization of fundamental parameters.
Client Focus Areas:
Addiction and Recovery
Music for Health
Junior or Senior status
Quantitative and qualitative analysis skills
SPSS experience preferred
Strong writing skills
Knowledge of music theory a plus
Beginning first week of October
Overall project might last for 6 months
10 hours a week (occasional travel to the clinics in SLC area)
Evaluate the correlation of structured music listening protocols in mental health.
Determine if Genote programs are effective for sleep and mood regulation as compared to self-selected music or no music during the period of addiction recovery.
Assess and compare the efficacy of evaluation methods in measuring music interventions.
Email a ‘cover letter’ explaining why you would like to intern with Genote and attach a resume.
Edoardo Guerra (email@example.com)
CSO-Chief Scientific Officer