The Kalin Lab is currently hiring for the following positions (click on link to access listing information):

Undergraduate Students Interested to Work with Human Research Participants

The Kalin Lab in the Department of Psychiatry is looking for motivated student research assistants who are interested to gain experience working with human subjects, in particular children with and without anxiety. We are currently collecting data for a large-scale study focused on the links between sleep and anxiety in girls age 8-11 with a range of anxiety symptoms. Brain function will be characterized during the day using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans, and at night using electroencephalography (EEG), and examined in relation to clinical, behavioral and hormonal measures (https://kalinlab.psychiatry.wisc.edu/best-study/)

We have a few openings for new student research assistants for the Fall 2024 semester. Possibilities for course credit and paid hours are available. If this opportunity seems like a good fit for you, please see more information and complete an application here: https://forms.gle/WZ6vr5W3bJpKxhSM8. Note this is a Google Form that is restricted to UW-Madison users, so you will need to access in a browser that is logged in to your WISC account (see more info here: https://kb.wisc.edu/googleapps/page.php?id=17276).