CIRCLE Lab — Impact of different life experiences on behavior and the developing brain.
The CIRCLE Lab at UNC (Psychology and Neuroscience Department) is looking for motivated undergraduate research assistants to join our team! For more information on our lab, please see our lab website at circlelab.unc.edu.
The CIRCLE Lab is dedicated to building a diverse and inclusive academic community. We strongly encourage applications from diverse backgrounds who are committed to contributing to this goal in addition to applicants from historically under-represented groups. For our Diversity, Inclusion, Equity and Antiracism Statement, please see: https://circlelab.unc.edu/statement-2/.
If you are applying to work in our lab, we require that you are able to commit 5-10 hours per week. In addition to learning more about adversity exposure in childhood and brain development, common tasks in our lab include contributing to participant recruitment and communications, assisting with participant visits, completing data entry and data management, quality-checking brain images, preparing study materials, conducting literature reviews and more.
To express your interest in volunteering in our lab, please complete the application: https://forms.gle/xDFT1oQeEGajdxuZ7.
For more information on undergraduate research experience in our lab, please visit our undergraduate resource page: https://circlelab.unc.edu/statement/resources-for-potential-undergraduate-research-assistants/.
Please direct application-related questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.