The Han Research Laboratory is dedicated to improving the health, wellbeing, and independence of adults living into old age. We are interested in investigating the diverse factors and neurobiological mechanisms that impact cognition and decision making across the lifespan using multidisciplinary approaches informed by the fields of neuropsychology, cognitive and systems neuroscience, epidemiology, genetics, and behavioral economics.
We encourage highly motivated undergraduates to join our research team as volunteers and take part in our ongoing projects. We are most interested in enthusiastic and organized students who can provide at least 10-20 hours per week for a 1-year commitment. Students interested in becoming involved should email a cover letter and a CV or resume to Caroline Nguyen at firstname.lastname@example.org. Potential volunteers will be invited to interview pending need and fit with ongoing projects. We look forward to hearing from you!
To learn more about our research, please visit www.hanresearchlab.com.
As a national authority, the National Center on Elder Abuse (NCEA) is a provider of up-to-date, pertinent, and valuable resources, education, and information on elder abuse and neglect. The NCEA disseminates information and provides technical assistance and training by making news and resources available, collaborating on and disseminating research, identifying information about promising practices and interventions, operating a listserv, and providing subject matter expertise. The NCEA Student Interns and Volunteers serve as administrative and research support personnel for the NCEA grant.
For more information and to receive an application, please email NCEA@med.usc.edu.