Our lab is seeking undergraduate research assistant volunteers to start this fall. We are looking for dedicated, detail-oriented, reliable, organized, and self-motivated individuals who are interested in the neuroscience of psychological disorders. Specifically, we are looking for volunteers to work on artifact rejection with EEG data, actigraphy and help with recruitment. Training would be provided for this.
Typical time commitment is 6-10 hours per week during business hours, depending on your availability. Preference will be given to those who have prior research experience and to those who are able to commit at least 2 years to volunteering in the lab. Other duties may include: data entry, database management, and participant recruitment and screening. Advanced research assistants might have the opportunity to receive course credit for your work in the lab.
Researcher: Dr. Heide Klumpp
Number of research assistants requested: 1-2
Hours per week: At least 10-hours per week
Expected commitment: 2 years
Research Project: Transdiagnostic Brain-Behavior Profiling to Enhance Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Response
Interested candidates contact Melissa Uribe at email@example.com and attach cv/resume.