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Subject: Undergraduate Research in Behavioral Neuroscience

Description:
This is a volunteer position to gain hands-on experience in a neuroscience
laboratory necessary for successful applications to graduate and medical
schools. Students will conduct behavioral neuroscience experiments using
rodent models of reward, reinforcement, impulsivity, drug abuse, and operant
conditioning. Work will involve data collection and analysis as well as
opportunities to present research at local undergraduate research
conferences.

Applicants must have an interest in basic neuroscience research utilizing
rodent models of reward, reinforcement, impulsivity, drug abuse, and operant
conditioning. Also, applicants should be willing to devote at least 15-20
hours/week to work in the laboratory during the summer and 10 hours/week
during the regular semester and must be able to regularly commute to the
University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore. Please provide a
resume when inquiring about the position.

Contact Person: Natalie Zlebnik
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Website URL: http://www.cheerlab.org

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