Volunteer Research Assistant
Recent graduates (MD, PhD, PsyD, BA, BS) interested in an in-depth research experience within Neuroscience, Psychology, Disability & Rehabilitation, or Biomedical Engineering. Applications came be made throughout the year, there is no fixed start date. Contact the Lab Manager Kaitlly Zhu throughout the year for more information.
Research volunteers conduct critical tasks with on-going projects including scientific literature reviews, study and protocol design, participant recruitment, data collection, data analysis, manuscript writing and editing, and research presentations.
Full participation may lead to a co-authorship on peer reviewed research papers, gather experience for future professions or grad school, and the opportunity to present a poster or write a paper of your own based on on-going research
Summer & Extended Internships
Undergraduates interested in an in-depth research experience should consider a year long internship with one of the post-doctoral researchers at the Adamson Lab. Contact the Post-Doc directly, applications and start dates are year round.
Successful Applicants will spend the summer conducting critical research opportunities including assisting with scientific literature reviews, study and protocol design, participant recruitment, data collection, data analysis, manuscript writing and editing, and research presentations.
Students get the opportunity to write a project paper, develop a poster, and deliver an elevator pitch at the end of the summer. The paper and poster have the opportunity to be submitted to undergraduate paper competitions.
Seniors & Juniors Summer Research
The Adamson Lab welcomes aspiring High School Juniors and Seniors interested in volunteering within Health Sciences.
Interested applicants will be partnered with a mentor, normally a post doc or research assistant, and will be asked to complete critical tasks such as reviewing research papers, conducting scientific literature searches, and observing data collection.
Successful applicants will get experience and learn about Psychology and Counseling, Neuroscience, Ergonomics, and Disability & Rehabilitation Science. Volunteers will create a poster based on the research they were involved in, have the opportunity to be acknowledged on research papers, and receive college and other recommendations. For summer 2022, contact the Lab Manager Kaitlly Zhu by March 2022.
Additional Training Opportunities
Residents & Practicum PhD/PsyD Students
Additional speclization training or placement opportunities in the areas of Neuroscience, Psychology, Psychiatry, Traumatic Brain Injury, Disability and Rehabilitation available for Residents and Psychology PhD/PsyD students.
Training in clinical research methodology, project design and development, in addition to didactic training and supervision will be offered. You will be able to conduct research to support a PhD dissertation or major project. In addition full participation may lead to a co-authorship on peer reviewed research papers, posters, workshops, and other Lab related research.