I am unlikely to take a student for Fall 2019. 🙁 For those interested in the University of Rochester clinical program, please be aware that I have fabulous colleagues, some whose interests overlap with my own.
Most years, I do accept a student. For those of you who are thinking about a different year of entry, if your interests closely align with mine, and if you are highly invested in research, I encourage you to apply. Feel free to email me if you have a question about fit. For more information on applying to the clinical program, click here. The deadline is in December. I often get asked if I can speak to applicants before the application deadline. The clinical program invites a select group of applicants to interviews in February; I am unfortunately not able to speak or meet with students before that time (although please say hi if you see me at a conference!). That said, I am more than happy to answer any questions over email.
We are lucky to have a fantastic team of undergrads who play an integral role in our research. We periodically accept new research assistants to assist in the lab for course credit. We’re always on the lookout for motivated, smart, conscientious students who interested in the work we do. This is a particularly good position for someone who wants to apply to grad school; we provide experiences that may give you a competitive edge for grad school admissions and research jobs, and we’re invested in the professional development of our students. We’re proud of our lab alumni, virtually all of whom have either gone off to great grad programs or gotten really terrific post-bacc positions in research or other fields of their choosing.
To apply, fill out an application, and we will be in touch as positions become available, if you seem like a good fit. If you’d like to check on the status of your application, email firstname.lastname@example.org.