The HIV Prevention Lab is recruiting volunteer research assistants who are available to start in the Winter 2017 semester!
The HIV Prevention Lab provides research opportunities for undergraduate students in psychology, social work, and related disciplines. Volunteer research assistants can be current or former students from any university as long as they are able to commit to 10 hours per week in the lab.
Currently, we are recruiting research assistants to work specifically on the Positive Sleep Study and the Engage Study. However, volunteers will also work on various other research tasks such as literature searches and recruitment for other studies.
We are especially interested in applicants who have previous experience working with people in a research or clinical setting and people who have experience working with people living with HIV.
We typically accept volunteers with a GPA of B+ or better. If you are interested in gaining valuable research experience and mentorship in preparation for graduate school, please complete the Volunteer Application and email it to the HIV Prevention Lab Manager along with an unofficial copy of your transcript(s).