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We do not currently have openings for paid positions. Please check back for future openings.

If you are interested in working in our lab as an undergraduate research assistant, please complete our online application here. Generally, we review applications in March-April for new RAs to begin the following fall. Our lab is a particularly good fit for students in their junior or senior year with ability to work some evenings and weekends, as well as interest and experience working with children and adolescents. 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 directed research credit and to commit to working with us for 1 year.

For information on the clinical psychological science PhD program, please email Dr. Kujawa in October or November the year you plan to apply. Students with interests in mood disorders, working with children and adolescents, and training in psychophysiological and neuroimaging methods would be a good fit for our lab. We look for students with research interests that complement our work who also demonstrate strong problem solving and interpersonal skills. Most successful applicants have full-time research experience or have completed a research-focused Master’s degree before applying. For more information on the clinical science program, visit: