The SUPER lab is always looking for passionate and bright undergraduates to contribute to our lab! The SUPER lab has a number of research opportunities, including as an experimenter in our alcohol administration studies, data management on our survey-based and longitudinal projects, and coordinating the logistics and operations of the lab. Undergraduate research assistants typically commit to at least 9 hours per week (3 hours per unit of research credit). Undergraduate research assistants are required to attend one weekly lab meeting and to actively contribute to the ongoing writing projects within the lab. Lab meetings also include professional development opportunities, such as applying to graduate school, writing a personal statement, and creating a resume/CV. Interested undergraduate research assistants should provide a resume, including GPA and brief written statement in which they articulate their interest in the lab and several desired goals or aims. For more information about the research lab, please feel free to reach to Dr. Neilson for questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Prospective Graduate Students
Dr. Neilson is always interested in providing mentorship to graduate students whose interests align with the goals of the lab. As of August 1, Dr. Neilson will start an Assistant Professor position at Eastern Michigan University, where she will mentor doctoral students in their APA-accredited PhD in Clinical Psychology program. The PhD in Clinical Psychology program uses a scientist-practitioner model, emphasizing both research and evidence-based practice in clinical psychology. Dr. Neilson welcomes students with a dual interest in clinical work and research. The lab is best fit for students whose career goals emphasize research. Prospective graduate students are welcome to contact Dr. Neilson for information about the ongoing research projects and to learn more about the lab! Dr. Neilson may be contacted at email@example.com.