How can undergraduates get involved in this lab?
Our research team includes a number of undergraduate students who help us recruit, collect, and enter data. Undergraduate students typically obtain direct experience with children and adults with and without neurodevelopmental conditions. These clinical/research experiences provide valuable skills for students interested in pursuing clinical psychology or other health-related graduate programs in the future. Students generally work as volunteers, but may be able to receive external practicum credit for one semester.
If you are interested in joining the lab, please email your CV to Natalie Pottschmidt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What sort of graduate students or postdoctoral researchers typically join the lab?
Students and trainees in our lab generally have a background in or appreciable exposure to genetics, and a strong desire and aptitude to leverage high-performance computing power to come to a better understanding of genome biology.