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Post Doctoral Scholar Position

Individuals interested in a future Post-doctoral Scholar position in the Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience Lab should contact Dr. Karlsgodt directly.   

Graduate Students

Dr. Karlsgodt will be not be accepting new graduate students for the 2019-20 school year, but will be for 2020-21.

Please see departmental information for prospective students here. You can also see the general UCLA graduate admission portal here.

 

Volunteer Intern Positions

UCLA

*PLEASE NOTE: we do not have additional openings for Fall 2018

Our current research program is focused on neurodevelopment in both healthy controls and individuals with psychotic and mood disorders. We use neuropsychological tests, neuroimaging, and clinical evaluations to understand how cognition and decision making deficits change during adolescence. Volunteers would participate in data entry, data organization, administrative tasks, and depending on their level of comfort with computers potentially with processing of MRI data. This is a great opportunity to learn about all the phases of the research project from start to finish. The ideal volunteer will be organized, motivated, and interested in clinical psychology or neuroscience. 

We do not generally accept volunteers who can only commit to the summer. During the year, a minimum of 10 hours per week is required, and you must be able to make at least a three-quarter commitment.

 If you are interested in volunteering, please complete the form HERE.

 

Volunteer as a Study Participant

Opportunities to volunteer to participate in a study will be posted here as available. 

 

 

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