Behavioral Neuroscience in chronic stress effects on cognition and brain

Undergraduates will participate in all aspects of assessing cognition in rodents, from handling the rats, assisting with testing, quantifying behavior and using microscopes to quantify changes in the brain.

For more details about all of our research projects, please visit our lab's home page and the associated links about our work.

NOTE: to be compliant with FERPA regulations, protected educational info—such as GPAs – cannot be electronically provided via the internet (email, webform, etc).

APPLICATIONS CLOSED FOR FALL 2017

Applications for working as an undergraduate research assistant in this lab are no longer being accepted for Fall semester 2017. Please check with Dr. Conrad in January for possible openings in Spring or Summer 2018.

Opportunity Info
Course Info
Course Credit: 
Either 399 or 499
Semester: 
Spring
Summer
Fall
Prerequisites: 

Students must be curious, highly motivated, responsible, and able to commit 10 hrs/week.

Lab Director(s): 
Cheryl Conrad, PhD