Prospective Graduate Students
The research in the Stress, Neurodevelopment and Emotions Laboratory (SNEL) is highly multidisciplinary. Therefore, students with either a clinical, developmental, or neuroscience interest are considered. The exact thesis topic depends on interests and previous experience, and could vary from doing more clinically-oriented research activities in patient samples, to working with previous collected data from large longitudinal studies, to doing basic lab work with human biological material, or a combination of all of these. Usually, students will work in 1-2 specialty areas and will receive basic training in other aspects of the research in the lab.
We will be recruiting 1-2 graduate students for the fall of 2015. Please check the graduate studies website for more information, eligibility requirements and how to apply.