The Lurie Institute for Disability Policy

Join Our Team

This is where we post current opportunities to join the Lurie team, from research and staff positions to student fellowships and other opportunities. Join us in working to improve the lives of people with disabilities.

Jobs & Other Employment Opportunities at the Lurie Institute and its Centers

We're hiring!

Senior Research Associate

The Lurie Institute is looking for a Senior Research Associate (SRA) to perform quantitative, analytic, and data management and statistical analytic support for research that improves the lives of people with disabilities.

Read more about the SRA position and apply here.

Research Consultants

The Lurie Institute is looking for research consultants (multiple positions).

The Lurie Institute is conducting a 3-year research study funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation on access to home and community-based services for disabled people of color. We are looking to hire research consultants to help with the research activities including conducting individual interviews and conducting qualitative analysis.

Research consultants will gain experience with data collection, qualitative data analysis, and have opportunities for publication. Research consultants will be paid hourly during their time with the project. They will work approximately 5 hours a week.

Disabled people of color are strongly encouraged to apply. We are seeking candidates who are interested in learning about and conducting research.

To apply, please submit a maximum one-page letter of interest describing 1) why you are interested in being a research consultant for this research project and 2) relevant experience that you have related to the research project.

Please submit your letter and questions to Miriam Heyman at

Fellowships & Other Educational Opportunities at the Lurie Institute

Applications for the Lurie Undergraduate Fellowship in Disability Policy

Submissions for the Lurie undergraduate fellowship closed on March 2, 2022. Please check back next year to apply.

Our fellowship offers Brandeis University undergraduate students the opportunity to develop research skills and expand their knowledge of disability policy through direct research training with established Lurie Institute investigators. Learn more about the undergraduate fellowship and how to apply here.