UBC BRAIN Lab: Graduate Student Volunteer Position

Opportunity: Conduct Psychological Assessments in Clinical Populations. Volunteer Position

The UBC Behavioral Reward, Affect, and Impulsivity Neuroscience (BRAIN) Lab is looking for a clinical psychology graduate research assistant to join their team at the Heartwood Centre for Women! The chosen candidate will gain invaluable experience through:

  • Administering standardized psychodiagnostic, risk, and violence assessments to in-patients with complex mental health presentations in an integrated addictions treatment centre
  • Receiving supervision by an MD and/or PhD (not R.Psych)


  • Minimum 10 hours/week, including minimum 5-6 hours/week of in-person assessment administration (please note: hours will not count toward clinical hours to satisfy predoctoral residency requirements, but if you are able to secure your own licensed supervisor we can help facilitate)
  • Minimum 2 semesters
  • Able to adhere to strict study protocols and communicate with team members
  • Female (including trans) preferred

If interested, please send your CV, transcripts, and a brief statement of interest to Dr. Myriam Juda at myriam.juda@ubc.ca