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If you are interested in being a Research Assistant in the lab, please complete this form. Qualified applicants may volunteer or receive course credit. We aim to review applications quarterly.
Students interested in completing a Capstone project should plan to work in the lab for at least one quarter before we discuss working toward a Capstone project to ensure that the lab is a good fit. If interested, please email me (email@example.com) your CV and a statement of research interests. I accept only one Capstone student per academic year.
I am now accepting Research Assistant and Capstone students for Fall 2022.
If you are interested in joining the lab as a graduate student, please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) your CV and a statement of research interests prior to submitting your application.
You can apply through the Graduate Program in Psychology or the Neuroscience Graduate Program. Carefully consider the coursework and sources of funding when deciding between these programs. The Psychology Graduate Program in Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience is best suited for students seeking training in cognitive theory, psychological methods and statistics, and human neuroscience techniques. The Neuroscience Graduate Program is best suited for students seeking training in cellular and molecular neuroscience in animal models. Students for both programs will engage in similar neurocognitive aging research in the lab.
I will not be accepting Psychology students for Fall 2023. However, my newest colleague, Dr. Halle Dimsdale-Zucker, will be recruiting this cycle and her research interests are similar to mine. I encourage you to look at her work (hallezucker.com) and reach out directly to her (email@example.com).
I will also not be accepting Neuroscience rotation students for 2022-2023 or international students.
If you are interested in completing a postdoctoral fellowship in the lab, please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) your CV and a statement of research interests.