Job responsibilities vary by position and student and can include:
* Spanish speaking students and experience with graphic design is highly desirable *
Trainee Positions Available:
Undergraduate and Postgraduate Trainees:
We are seeking students who are able to devote at least 10 hours a week, commit to two semesters (fall/spring, spring/summer, spring/fall, summer/fall) of work with our program, and have a cumulative GPA of 3.0. This is an ideal research experience for local students interested in attending graduate programs for psychology, social work, nutrition, public health, genetics and medical school. Students are also encouraged to attend our weekly research meetings, journal club and post-doctoral research seminar. These occur each Tuesday morning.
i. Psychology 395 is available to our undergraduate trainees that are offered positions in our lab. Class times change by semester based on availabilities.
ii. Undergraduate volunteers are also sometimes given mentorship in planning and implementing honor's theses within the UNC Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders, depending on the length and quality of their contribution to the research program.
The application form for trainees can be downloaded. Applications are due by August 10th, December 1st and April 1st for the following semester. Please do not use Google Chrome to open the application.
We conduct interviews for all other research trainee positions in August, December and April for the following semester. We will contact you for an interview if you have made it to the second round of the application process and will announce acceptance into the program by the end of the semester.
Summer Research Fellowships:
These positions will be open for competitive applicants interested in an 8-week 40 hours a week experience working in Dr. Bulik’s lab. Summer research fellowships are highly competitive positions that are open to undergraduate, current graduate, and postgraduate students. Those accepted to the program will receive a $2,500 stipend upon completion of their time at UNC and will be given project and mentor assignments based on relevant experiences and future work interests. Please be aware that housing is NOT provided for this fellowship. Schedules will be planned in advance and will include several trainings relevant to the eating disorders field to help facilitate future work. Fellows will be required to attend our weekly research meetings, journal club and post-doctoral research seminars. One to two summer fellows are typically selected each year.
The application form for fellowships can be downloaded
Interviews for Summer Fellowship positions are conducted once a year in April.
Faculty Advisor: Cynthia Bulik, PhD
Faculty Advisor’s Department: School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry
Trainee Coordinator: Elisa Klein, MSW, MPH, LCSWA
Contact Information: email@example.com, (984) 974-3789