Graduate students in our lab receive excellent in clinical neuropsychology and have the opportunity for hands-on
training in multiple settings and contribute to a wide range of research project. They also present at conferences and
publish their work in scholarly journals. Applicants should have previous research experience, although it is not
necessary to have research experience on any particular topic.
If you are interested in getting hands-on research training or thinking about attending graduate or medical school, getting experience in a research lab is important. In our lab, undergraduate research assistants are involved in a wide range of activities, including administering neuropsychological tests and data management. Positions are on a volunteer basis, although you can receive course credit via Psychology 31498/41498. Because of the training necessary to be a research assistant in our lab, we ask for a minimum of 6 hour per week commitment for least 1 academic year. You do not need previous research experience – just a curiosity about human behavior and the research process in psychology, ability to work well with people, conscientiousness, and the ability to make the time commitment.