Undergraduate Students

Libby Tillman and Bobbie Schermbeck at Discover USC 2019

The Neurodevelopmental Disorders Lab offers research experience for undergraduate students who are highly motivated and hard-working. Students in our lab obtain hands-on research training by assisting with activities such as behavioral coding, heart rate activity editing, data entry, and assessment prep. We also host several professional development workshops for students throughout the year. Students gain mentorship, the potential to pursue independent research, and opportunities to present at local conferences.

Many of our students go on to receive competitive research awards to support their work with us, such as UofSC’s SURF and Magellan Scholars awards. Volunteer or course credit opportunities are available. Due to the nature of our work, a two semester commitment is generally required, and preference is given to student seeking long-term opportunities (more than two semesters).

Interested students should complete the student application

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