Join Our Lab!
Our lab is committed to enhancing and supporting diversity, equity and inclusion. We welcome diverse applicants from a variety of backgrounds including age, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, size, language, national origin, race, religion, culture, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status. This commitment is demonstrated in our academic work, clinical training, and research.
Dr. Tomfohr-Madsen and Dr. Gerry Geisbrecht are recruiting at postdoctoral student to work in the area of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD). This opportunity is funded for two years through an Eyes High Postdoctoral Scholar grant. To learn more, please contact Dr. Tomfohr-Madsen directly.
Dr. Tomfohr-Madsen will be interviewing clinical psychology students to begin in the 2019/2020 academic school year. Potential areas of research for incoming students will include: interventions to improve the health of children and families, socioeconomic health disparities in pregnancy and childhood, and paternal mental health.
Information and instructions about applying to the University of Calgary Clinical Psychology Program.
Thank you for your interest in joining our lab! We are accepting honors applications for 2019/2020. The Healthy Families Lab will accept applications from excellent undergraduate students with an interest in clinical health psychology and research.
Information and instructions about applying to the University of Calgary Undergraduate Psychology Honors Program.
Volunteering in the Lab
Thank you for your interest in joining our lab! We are not currently accepting Lab Volunteer applications, but may again in the winter of 2019.
The Healthy Families Lab will accept Lab Volunteer applications from excellent undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in clinical health psychology and research.
Undergraduate students who are interested in gaining course credit while getting research experience in our lab are encouraged to enroll in PSYC 499 (1.5 HCE; the prerequisites for PSYC 499 only are PSYC 312, 3.0 full-course equivalents in Psychology, and being a student in the Psychology program). PSYC 499 or its prerequisites are not required to volunteer in our lab.
The time commitment for a volunteer position is approximately 5 hours per week (6 hours per week for PSYC 499 students).
To apply, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your:
1) Completed Lab Application Form
2) Current resume/CV
3) Cover letter
If you are a student, please also attach your:
4) Course schedule (tentative is acceptable)
5) Completed Form for known dates of midterm exams / major assignments
Thank you for completing the full application package!