PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS, INTERNS, AND POSTDOCS
Dr. Eisenlohr-Moul is always open to training and working with enthusiastic and dedicated individuals.
If you're interested in studying how hormones do and do not influence psychiatric symptoms, I'd love to speak with you about joining or collaborating with the lab. There are lots of ways to get involved-- please inquire directly by emailing me at email@example.com. If you're a trainee, please be sure to include an up-to-date version of your curriculum vitae.
I am affiliated with the UIC Clinical Psychology graduate program and the graduate program in Neuroscience at UIC and can serve as primary research mentor to students who have a very close research “fit” with me and my lab. Generally speaking, this means an interest in the menstrual cycle and mental health, or an interest in the manipulation of ovarian hormones for the purposes of understanding their impact on mental health. I would not be a suitable mentor for someone primarily interested in perinatal depression, or for someone primarily interested in psychosocial research without a heavy biological or experimental component.
If you're currently applying to graduate school and interested in working with me at UIC in the clinical psychology or neuroscience PhD programs, please email me to send your CV and to describe the kind of degree you are seeking, what your career goals are, and what you'd be interested in doing while in the lab.
Current undergraduate students looking for research experience in the Chicago area -- email me about the availability of volunteer research assistant positions in the lab. Please be sure to describe the kind of time commitment you are looking for. Typical time commitments for volunteers are generally 5-10 hours per week, but this can be flexible depending on the kind of work you're able to do.
Current graduate students, pre-doctoral interns, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty around the world-- please don't hesitate to contact me about opportunities to collaborate.
Regardless of where you complete your predoctoral clinical internship, I am interested in working with talented graduate students and interns to write postdoctoral fellowship applications (e.g., F31) focused on clinical research training in my laboratory. There would also be opportunities to see patients to gain postdoctoral clinical hours toward licensure. I am licensed psychologist in the state of Illinois and can provide supervision.
If you're currently a Clinical Psychology PhD candidate applying to clinical internship in the Chicago area, please feel free to email me to discuss possible collaborations and experiences in my lab during internship.
If you are a possible collaborator or writer in academia, journalism, business, or tech, I also want to hear from you. Please do not hesitate to drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.