Dr. Hayes accepts doctoral students from the clinical and cognitive neuroscience program (program overview). Students with interests in one or a combination of the following may be a good fit for the lab: memory, structural MRI, functional MRI (fMRI), aging, neurodegenerative disease, and health factors (aerobic fitness, strength, mobility). Check out our publications page to learn more about our research.
If you want to know more about what life is like in Columbus at Ohio State University, check out this video from Jessica, a current grad student, to learn more:
If you are interested in working as a team member in the B-BAL for course credit, please send us an email according to the instructions below. Duties may include testing participants, assisting with website design and social media, community outreach, programming in Bash, R, and MATLAB, data entry and verification, reading papers, and presenting at lab meetings. If these sound like opportunities that would benefit your academic development, fill out the application below.
> 3.5 GPA
Ability to commit for 9 hours a week for 2 back-to-back semesters (can include summers)
Ability to register for 3 credit hours for 2 semesters
We are currently not accepting applications for this semester, but check this page for updates at the beginning of each semester!
Full-time Research Assistant position
Dr. Hayes is looking for a new full-time research assistant. See this page for details and to apply.