Undergraduate Research Assistants
Apply to become an Undergraduate Research Assistant!
The CHANGE lab researches various aspects of pediatric psychology and health disparities in adolescents, young adults, and their families, including but not limited to: a) health disparities in obesity and HIV; b) intersectional identities of race, gender, class, appearance, and sexual orientation; c) protective factors against stigma, discrimination, and co-occurring adversities of HIV, partner violence, substance use, and metabolic complications.
As an undergraduate research assistant (URA), you can gain experience...
With pediatric psychology and working with adolescents and their families
Helping develop interventions to increase ethnic identity
Examining how discrimination impacts health outcomes
Bridging the gap between science and the public through art
Examining diversity, equity, and inclusion in the academic health sciences
Exploring co-occurring HIV, interpersonal violence, and substance misuse
Developing partnerships with organizations through community based research
Literature reviews, data collection, manuscript/conference presentation, and leading lab meetings
We are currently not accepting applications for new undergraduate research assistants. Please check back in March of 2023. Alternatively, you may submit this interest form if you would like to be notified when we begin accepting applications.