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J. David Creswell, PhD | Carnegie Mellon University

Welcome to the Lab!

Lab Dinner, Spring 2012 (caption or who's pictured?) Working on research can be a very rewarding experience. You can receive course credit at Carnegie Mellon University for working as a research assistant in the lab. Research assistants work nine hours per week on research and attend and participate in our weekly lab meeting. Research assistants are expected to work in the lab for at least a year so that they can get a variety of training experiences. Conducting research is hard work, but we also have a lot of fun doing it. If you are interested in getting involved, please click on the link below, fill out the research assistant application, and email it back to David ( David receives many applications each semester (and the lab typically has about 2 spots open up each semester).

Click here to download the RA Application.