Erin is majoring in psychology and double minoring in Spanish and environmental science. She plans to graduate in the spring of 2018. In the Child Neurodevelopment Research Lab, she primarily works on the School-Ages Outcomes in NF1 study and also conducts individual research projects relating to the SONF study. Erin plans to attend graduate school for clinical psychology.
Amanda is majoring in psychology and completing a Cultures and Communities certificate. She plans to graduate in the spring of 2019. In the Child Neurodevelopment Research Lab, she works primarily on the Response Inhibition Training for Children with Williams Syndrome study. Amanda is interested in statistics and plans to attend graduate school for biostatistics.
EJ majored in psychology and graduated from UWM in the spring of 2015. In the Child Neurodevelopment Research Lab, she works primarily on the Treatment Development of Replays study. EJ is interested in clinical psychology and plans to attend graduate school for clinical psychology in the near future.
Emily is majoring in Biology and plans to graduate in the spring of 2020. In the Child Neurodevelopment Research Lab, she works primarily on the School-Ages Outcomes in NF1 study. Emily plans to attend medical school and focus on pediatrics.
Are you interested in joining the Child Neurodevelopment Research Lab?
We are often looking for strong additions to our team. Becoming a research assistant at the Child Neurodevelopment Research Lab is a great way to gain experience for graduate school. As a member of our team, you will gain knowledge in several aspects of the research process, such as learning library research skills, data entry, management and analysis, observational coding of children’s behavior, operation of video and audio equipment, and learn about the logistics of conducting research with children and families. If you are interested in joining the lab, please review our publications and current research projects to see if our research is a good fit with your interests.
We are looking for motivated undergraduates with strong undergraduate records (generally GPA of at least 3.2 or higher) who can make the following commitments:
* Commit to at least 1 year in the lab, at least 9 hours per week.
* Show up on time for your scheduled time in the lab.
* Communicate in a timely and professional manner with all lab personnel.
* Attend once-a-semester lab meetings