Opportunities

Post-baccs & Grad Schools

The BROAD institute, Broad Biomedical Post-bacculaureate Scholars Program at MIT & Harvard offers paid positions while studying and conducting research. Deadline 1/20/2020

Emory Neuroscience and Animal Behavior PhD program focuses on research directly related to our program. Faculty members and students in NAB study: brain-behavior relationships, particularly regarding memory, cognition and social behavior; neuroendocrine influences on brain, behavior and cognition; how animals function in their natural environment; and the evolution of neural and cognitive mechanisms supporting behavior. Brochure here.

2020 Summer Research

NSF-REU on Biologically Inspired Soft Robotics https://www.biosoro.com/ Applications due 3/1/2020

The BROAD institute at MIT & Harvard has summer research /scholars programs.

CIRCUIT is the Cohort-Based Integrated Research Community for Undergraduate Innovation and Trailblazing that offers students $9,000 to participate in cutting-edge research experiences in connectomics (study of connections within an organisms nervous system) at the JHU Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) in Laurel, MD. Students will have the opportunity to build skills and make significant contributions to science in a fun, collaborative environment with an expanded variety of research topics.

NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates (REUs) – PAID summer research across the country with top scientists. Deadlines in January and February. Search programs here: https://www.nsf.gov/crssprgm/reu/reu_search.jsp

REU: Biological Basis of Social Behavior, here at JHU, directed by Dr. Bohn includes stipend, housing and professional development. Applications open in December.  https://sites.krieger.jhu.edu/reu-social-behavior

Paid Summer Research in Scientific Psychology and Data Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
The Psychology Research Experience Program (PREP) provides intensive mentoring and experience in scientific research and professional development to undergraduates from historically underrepresented populations — those from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups, those from low-income backgrounds, those with disabilities, and first-generation college students — who have expressed and demonstrated an interest in a career in scientific psychology.PREP is unique in that we have a focus on integrating principles and methods of data science into the study of psychology and neuroscience. The program features a balance of mentored laboratory research (approximately 30 hours/week), intensive “bootcamps” on technical skills (e.g., R and Python programming), faculty presentations, professional development and networking opportunities.See the link to “PREP Research Abstracts” on the right for examples from the Summer 2011-2019 programs; see “Program Highlights” under the “About PREP” link for more specifics about the program. https://psych.wisc.edu/psychological-research-experience-program/

Fall 2019

Graduate Programs