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Adolescent Cognition and Brain Mapping Research Opportunity

04/08/2021

Are you interested in studying brain function, brain development and neurodevelopment changes associated with psychiatric or neurodevelopment disabilities? The Neurocognition and Imaging Research Lab (NIRL), an interdisciplinary research group affiliated with the Psychiatry Department and the Frank Porter Graham Child … Continued

Degradable Polymers Applied to Treat Autoimmune Diseases

03/29/2021

This is a summer research opportunity, that may continue into subsequent semesters, for an individual who is interested in pursuing a PhD after completing their BS. The work is an applied science research position that focuses on translational therapies. The … Continued

Undergraduate Researcher

03/09/2021

The Bai Lab ( https://baigroup.org/ ) in the Department of Applied Physical Sciences (https://aps.unc.edu/ ) invites undergraduate students to join our team and carry on research in the field of bioelectronics and biophotonics. Our research focuses on both fundamental and … Continued

Ecology Field Assistant

03/08/2021

The Hurlbert lab is looking for an undergraduate interested in conducting local fieldwork to track arthropod abundance, especially caterpillars, over the summer to detect when they reach peak abundance in relation to the timing of avian reproduction. We will use … Continued

Research Assistant: Development Social Neuroscience Lab

03/08/2021

Project NeuroTeen is a longitudinal study examining the important role of peers and parents on neurobiological development during adolescence. We will be following 150 middle/high school students across 5 years. This study is currently beginning it’s fifth year now and … Continued

Research assistant: Optics, nanoscience, or programming

01/11/2021

The Yan Lab in the Department of Applied Physical Sciences is looking for undergraduate research assistants starting this spring. Our lab develops new techniques and instruments to trap and manipulate microscopic objects using light (i.e., optical tweezers), and to study … Continued