Research Fellowships

  • The Psychological and Brian Sciences department at Dartmouth College has two undergraduate research fellowships available to Dartmouth students.  The Lincoln Filene Undergraduate Fellowship in Human Relations and the Benjamin J. Benner '69 Undergraduate Research Fellowship each pay a stipend of between $3,500 and $5,000 to support a psychology or neuroscience major during an off-term (three months) of engagement in full-time research.  For more information, including application instructions and deadlines, see Undergraduate Research.

Jobs & Internships

The department periodically receives job or internship postings from organizations interested in recruiting current students or recent graduates and we'll post those here as they are received.  Many positions are advertised in the spring to attract recent graduates.

  • The Pelham Lab at the UC San Diego Department of Psychiatry is seeking a full-time research assistant (RA). The RA will work on several projects related to externalizing problems, substance use, and parenting in children and adolescents. This is the ideal position for somebody graduating college and seeking research experience, training, and peer-reviewed publications before applying to graduate school in psychology (e.g., clinical PhD). Please see this flyer for more information. (Posted May 17, 2024)

  • Emma Pendleton Bradley Hospital affiliated with the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University seeks a Clinical Research Assistant. The clinical research assistant will assist in the acquisition and analysis of participant information, including research assessments, medical record review, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanning, and will have opportunities to prepare and participate in presentations, posters and manuscripts. This research experience would be helpful for candidates interested in applying for graduate and/or medical school in the future. A two-year commitment is preferred. Please find more information here. (Posted May 14, 2024)

  • The Center for Behavioral and Preventive Medicine, based at The Miriam Hospital and affiliated with the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, seeks a full-time Clinical Research Assistant. Under the general supervision of the Principal Investigator Dr. Sharon Lee, the Clinical Research Assistant will perform a variety of duties associated with conducting protocols for research studies on psychological stress and cardiovascular health funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the American Heart Association (AHA). More information can be found in this flyer(Posted April 23, 2024)

  • A full-time research assistant is being sought to support multiple NIH-funded projects in the labs of Dr. Pearl Chiu and Dr. Brooks Casas at the Fralin Biomedical Research Institute at Virginia Tech Carilion in Roanoke, Virginia. Projects in the labs are highly interdisciplinary and combine methods from experimental and clinical psychology, neuroscience, and behavioral economics with functional neuroimaging and in vivo electrochemistry to investigate decision-making in healthy and clinical populations (focusing on adults with mood, anxiety, trauma, or substance-use disorders, and at-risk youth). More information can be found here. (Posted April 11, 2024)

Master's and Ph.D. Programs

  • Application for admission to HKU LKS Faculty of Medicine Master of Medical Sciences (MMedSc) program for 2024-2025 is now open.  The program provides structured training in the basic medical and clinical disciplines to enable postgraduates to embark on specialists studies, practice or teaching for career and personal development. Details of the curriculum can be found on the HKU website

Other Opportunities

  • UT Austin is recruiting graduating seniors who want to use science and technology to make a positive impact on the world. Come spend next year contributing to a fast-paced, mission-driven effort to improve the focus and emotional resilience of teens across the country in this Post-Baccalaureate Program in Applied Psychology(Posted January 30, 2024)