Who are we looking for?

  • People with a passion for memory, aging, and neuroscience
  • People with previous research experience
  • People with previous neuroimaging experience
  • People with some programming experience (examples include Matlab, Bash, Python, R)
  • People with an interest in learning advanced multivariate statistics
  • I take both Experimental and Clinical Geropsychology students (but we do not have clinical neuropsychology training)
  • People of color or diverse backgrounds are especially encouraged to apply to the lab

If you are interested in becoming a graduate student but are unsure if the lab would be a good fit, email me and we can see if we can start working together as collaborators and see where it goes! Even if you are not near campus, I always need help writing literature reviews or creating new ideas with existing neuroimaging data sets.

Also make sure to check out the following information about Binghamton University’s programs:

About the Psychology Department at Binghamton University

About the Cognitive Psychology PhD program at Binghamton University

Applying to the PhD program at Binghamton University

We are always looking for summer research assistants (at both the undergraduate and graduate levels)!

Our lab has had the fortunate experience of having visiting research assistants most years from universities near and far, like University of Southern Mississippi and Boston University. We work with these summer research assistants to learn new skills (e.g., programming, structural MRI analyses, functional MRI analyses) to enhance their prospects for future education or careers. Email the PI if potentially interested in working in our lab for the summer at imcdonough@binghamton.edu.