Thanks for your interest in helping with our research program!

Research Coordinator Position

(Review of applications begins immediately)

Currently we are running a number of protocols with typically developing, prodromal syndrome and early psychosis populations focusing on biomarker, treatment, and scale development. Join our team and be involved with collecting and writing up data from any and all of these great and innovative multimodal studies.  Please see our website for more details:

The successful applicant will join a team of project coordinators responsible for managing undergraduate research assistants, coordinating research projects (recruiting, scheduling, running participants), processing IRB protocols, managing finances, and analyzing and processing data.  This is the ideal position for someone interested in applying for graduate school in a year or two.  You will get in-depth experience in an active multidisciplinary team, learn skills, publish papers, attend conferences and make connections with a number of psychopathology groups.  Details about wage and benefits, as well as the application process can be found at:

Northwestern University Undergraduates:

Please note that these are competitive positions, and successful undergraduate applicants typically have applicable experience or related interest and a high GPA.

The minimum time commitment for undergraduate research fellows is 1.5 years.

Although these are volunteer positions, there are also opportunities to participate in paid research fellowships through the University Programs at Weinberg College.

There are also opportunities to participate for course credit through the Department of Psychology (see your advisor in the Psychology Advising office for details).

We also encourage students to conduct honors projects through research conducted in the ADAPT lab.

Post-Bachelor's/Master's Level Volunteers:

We are particularly interested in working with students who have already graduated, and are looking for a year or more of experience before applying for graduate (psychology Ph.D.) or medical school. We are also eager to work with Masters level students. There are many opportunities to become involved in-depth with the research projects in the lab.

Northwestern University Interdepartmental Neuroscience (NUIN) Students

The lab focuses on utilizing a range of cutting edge neuroscience techniques and we are eager to work with NUIN Students from Feinberg School of Medicine, Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, McCormick School of Engineering, School of Communication and the Children’s Memorial Research Center (CMRC).  Please contact us if you are interested and we can discuss options for Funding.


Contact Us:

If you are interested in volunteering for work in the ADAPT lab, please email a copy of your Curriculum Vitae (CV) to Vijay Mittal, Ph.D. at