UCSF Memory & Aging Center: Research Opportunities
San Francisco, Ca.
The Memory and Aging Center (MAC) at UCSF is a multidisciplinary research program investigating neurodegenerative disease across a broad spectrum of clinical and translational research settings. The MAC is currently looking for up to 12 UC Berkeley student volunteers to join labs focused on topics ranging from socio-emotional processes to prion diseases to healthy aging. Students will have the opportunity to work with patients in a clinical setting, perform literature reviews, attend grand round lectures, analyze research data, and engage in various other educational and practical activities.
Interested students should expect to commit 8-16 hours per week to this position. Funding may be possible for underrepresented students through NIH Diversity Supplements; please check for eligibility here. As well, this position may qualify for UC Berkeley course credit.
Applications Details: Please review the complete list of labs with openings here, and submit applications through this Qualtrics survey.
Contact Patrick Callahan with general questions, or contact individual lab coordinators directly with questions about their lab’s work.