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Please look at the Join Us section of the website to find out more information about these opportunities.
Congratulations to Caitlin on receiving the F32 grant, a prestigious and competitive grant, on the first submission!
Are you or someone you know an undergraduate looking to join a cutting-edge research lab, specifically in developmental psychology and social neuroscience? Always wanted to reach out, but was afraid to? Leave your fear behind–the DSNLab is actively looking for undergraduate research assistants for fall 2019! If you are interested, please check out the Join Us page for more information and a link to the application.
Dr. Telzer was recently awarded Flux’s 2019 Young Investigator Award. Throughout her career, she has contributed greatly to developmental cognitive science. Congrats, Dr. Telzer–this is well deserved, continue to be amazing!
Amanda and Vivi, our two project coordinators for Project NeuroTeen, have exited the lab. Two years have passed by so quickly… They will be moving onto grad school in the fall. Be on the lookout for these two young scientists! We love y’all–see y’all later on!
Welcome aboard to Emily Bibby and Ayana Culhane! Emily is one of our new project coordinators for Project NeuroTeen and Ayana is our Summer NIDA Intern. Wishing nothing but the best in your positions!
New project coordinators for NeuroTeen, Emily Watlington and Rosario Villa, started working with us this week! Welcome to the team, ladies! May your time in the lab foster growth, prosper, and laughter.
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Our undergraduate research assistant Melissa presented at the Honors Poster Session held in the lobby of Davie Hall. Melissa’s research included the brain as a predictor of risk taking and binge drinking behavior in late adolescence. Congrats, Melissa!