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Interested in joining our lab?
Dr. Markant is accepting graduate students for Fall 2024.
Research Assistant positions are closed for Fall 2023.
Post-Baccalaureate positions are not available.
Dr. Markant is accepting graduate students for Fall 2024. Prospective graduate students can apply through Tulane University’s Psychology, School Psychology, or Neuroscience Ph.D. Programs.
We are always accepting applications for research assistants. If you are interested in applying, please send a copy of your CV and completed application form to our lab manager, Kayla Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No positions available at this time.
What if there are no open positions available at this time?
Please check in with us in future semesters for available positions!
What do Research Assistants do?
Research assistants (RA) assist graduate students with research projects. RAs typically help with participant recruitment and communications, experiment scheduling, data collection, and data processing.
Do I earn course credit as a RA?
Yes! All of our research assistants earn course credit for working in our lab. Our lab requires RAs work a minimum of 9 hours/week which means you are able to earn 3 academic credits each semester.
Can I volunteer with the LBD Lab?
Volunteer opportunities are not available. All research assistants earn course credit for their contributions in the lab.
What if there are not any open positions?
Each semester we evaluate RA positions based on our lab’s needs. If you are interested in applying, please send Kayla Brown at email@example.com a copy of your application materials and we can keep them on file. Check back with us next semester for open positions!
Have any other questions?
Feel free to email our lab manager, Kayla Brown, with any questions you have about our lab, being an RA, and more!