The Bipolar Disorder Research Program (BDRP) at MUSC is recruiting research volunteers looking to to gain experience working in a psychiatry and behavioral sciences lab.
The Opportunity: Our lab studies bipolar disorder, substance use disorder, and its inter-connectivity with an emphasis on exploring putative overlapping neurobiological mechanisms using multimodal neuroimaging techniques.
- The volunteer would gain experience in data entry, participant recruitment, general lab support, etc. and can expect to spend about 10 hours per week in the lab. Ideally, the volunteer would commit for an academic year.
- Potential for honors immersed credit
- A well-rounded research training experience working on NIH-funded studies
- Potential for a letter of recommendation
Great Fit For: Psychology students
Application Details: Email an updated CV and a short bio to (Honors alum!) Kaiya Brand (email@example.com)