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Clinical psychological science Ph.D. program

Dr. Kujawa will be reviewing applications to admit a Ph.D. student for fall 2024.

Applicants with interests in the development and treatment of mood disorders, working with children, adolescents, and families, and training in psychophysiological and neuroimaging methods are generally a good fit for our lab. We look for students with interests that complement our research (see Current Projects), and who demonstrate strong problem-solving and interpersonal skills.

Most successful applicants have full-time post-bacc research experience or have completed a research-focused Master’s degree before applying. Prior training in EEG methods is not required, but most successful applicants to our lab do have some prior experience with neuroscience research (e.g., fMRI, HRV).

Dr. Kujawa is unable to set up meetings or talk individually with applicants prior to the application process, but you are welcome to email with questions about our work or the program. Emailing prior to applying is not required and will not affect your chances of being considered for an interview or admission to the program.

For more information on the clinical science program, visit:

**Please note that GRE scores are required to apply for the clinical psychological science Ph.D. program


Undergraduate research assistants

We are not accepting new undergraduate research assistants for the 2024-2025 academic school year. Please review the information below if interested in future opportunities. 

Our lab is a good fit for students with interests in neuroscience and mental health who have experience working with children and adolescents and/or pregnant women. Research opportunities include training in psychophysiological (e.g., EEG) data collection, administering clinical assessments, assisting with participant recruitment, and data processing/analysis. All undergraduate RAs are required to enroll in research credit (3 credits each semester) and to commit to working with us for a minimum of 1 year. RAs are expected to be available a minimum of 2 evenings each week and 2 weekends a month to assist with participant visits and to attend lab meetings on Friday mornings at 9 am.

For more information on research opportunities in Psychology and Human Development, visit: