We often have openings for new research assistants throughout the year. To apply, please e-mail us your resume, cover letter, and current course schedule.
We look for excellent graduate students who are interested in research related to developmental and health psychology. We will consider exceptionally strong applicants for admission to the program in Fall 2019. As part of your training in the lab, you will learn how to: perform various data collection techniques (e.g., wet-lab training, phlebotomy, semi-structured interviews), conduct advanced statistical analysis, develop grant proposals, prepare manuscripts for publication, and present findings at conferences. Please see the BBS Program guidelines for more information about how to apply.