Dr. Dana Rusch was invited to serve on Executive Advisory Board for the Immigrant and Refugee-Led Ca...
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Dr. Judith Cook was interviewed by a senior reporter at the Orlando Sentinel Media Group about the i...
Dr. Amynah Pradhan would like to congratulate her former student, Zachariah Bertels, who successfull...
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Check out these training opportunities.
This training program focusing on epigenetics is very unique in alcoholism research and will accelerate the training of the next generation of bright young scientists and clinicians in the field of Alcohol use disorder (AUD) research. Visit the Alcohol Research Center for more information.
This NIMH-funded training grant supports clinical psychologists or psychiatrists as they engage in postdoctoral research training in the department, as well as providing predoctoral fellowship support to graduate students in basic and translational neuroscience.
If you're interested in studying how hormones do and do not influence psychiatric symptoms, visit Training Opportunities section of Dr. Eisenlohr-Moul's lab.
The Glover Lab is hiring! For more details, visit the Glover Lab.
Currently seeking a clinical psychology graduate student for a research practicum position. See lab website for details.
Please visit Graduate and Undergraduate training opportunities of the Women’s Mental Health Research Program for more information.
Dr. Rudd is always open to training and collaborating with students interested in community-partnered research, implementation science, and improving behavioral health outcomes for vulnerable youth. If you want to build CAPACITY, we want to help you.
We are currently recruiting participants for an evaluation of supported employment services for people with psychiatric disabilities in Chicago, Illinois. For information, contact Pam Steigman (312-413-80) at UIC.
We’re getting ready to start recruiting participants for a study of successful discharge from the hospital following treatment for a medical condition in Chicago, Illinois. Check back soon for the start of recruitment.
In the coming year, we’ll be recruiting participants for a study of career financial accounts that are accessible to vocational rehabilitation clients in Chicago, Illinois. Check back in early 2018 for the start of recruitment.
Dr. Katie Burkhouse (Ph.D.) at The University of Illinois at Chicago is conducting a research study on mothers and their daughters. In this study, we are looking at brain responses to emotional information among mothers and their daughters. The study hopes to learn how mothers’ and their daughter’s moods can affect each other. You may be eligible if you:
Dr. Pauline Maki, Ph.D. at the University of Illinois Chicago, with Dr. David Walega, MD, MSCI at Northwestern Medicine, is conducting a research study to investigate hot flashes.
Dr. Heide Klumpp, Ph.D. at the University of Illinois at Chicago is conducting a research study to investigate mechanisms of talk therapy for depression. You may be eligible if you are:
Dr. Heide Klumpp (PhD) and Dr. Alex Leow (PhD) at The University of Illinois at Chicago are conducting a research study on depression. This study is testing sleep measures (collected with a sleep watch) and digital behaviors (collected by using the “BiAffect” app) to predict and monitor mood symptoms and thinking patterns over time. You may be eligible to participate if you:
Dr. Heide Klumpp (PhD) and Dr. Alex Leow (PhD) at The University of Illinois at Chicago are conducting a research study on insomnia. This study is testing sleep measures (collected with a sleep watch) and digital behaviors (collected by using the “BiAffect” app) to predict and monitor mood symptoms and thinking patterns over time. You may be eligible to participate if you:
The CLEAR Lab at UIC is seeking participants for a paid research study on the biology of stress, depression, and suicide risk. We aim to make our study as inclusive as possible by recruiting participants of all ethnic backgrounds, sexual orientations, and socioeconomic statuses. If you think you know someone who may be interested in our study, please feel free to forward this message.
This study is examining why people experience another episode of depression after successful treatment. We hope to determine what clinical, social, and biological factors predict future depressive episodes or may be warning signs of the return of depression.Learn how to participate