1439936050_lifestyleThe Biobehavioral Alcohol Research Lab (BARLab) has openings for student volunteers to work on two research projects.


One of these projects examines the effect of cognitive training for clients enrolled in the inpatient program for substance use at CAMH. The other project examines risk and protective factors for the development of alcohol use disorders in young adults. Responsibilities will include assisting with participant recruitment/screening, administration of experimental tasks and questionnaires, data entry, and literature searches. Volunteers will receive training/supervision and will gain experience in clinical and experimental research in the area of addictive behaviours. This position is located at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) Queen Street site and requires a commitment of 8 hours (one full day or two half days) per week for the 2015-2016 academic year. Preference will be given to students with previous research and/or clinical experience. To apply for this position please send a current CV and unofficial transcript to Dr. Julianne Vandervoort at julianne.vandervoort@camh.ca and Dr. Jeff Wardell at jeffrey.wardell@camh.ca.