We are always seeking to connect with others who share our commitment to promoting high quality, equitable care and research for diverse groups affected by Alzheimer’s and dementia. Connect with us here.
We welcome highly motivated and innovative graduate students from diverse backgrounds with interests in dementia, caregiving, or research ethics. Graduate assistantship and independent study opportunities may be available.
Undergraduate students who are interested in aging, cognition, dementia, or learning about quantitative, qualitative, or mixed-methods research are encouraged to contact the Gilmore-Bykovskyi Lab regarding student research assistant opportunities.
If you are interested in participating in our future research studies, or are interested in receiving more information about a specific study you would like to participate in, please contact us.
DNP Student Opportunities
There are currently up to two openings for DNP students to support the goals and mission of the Brain Health Equity Initiative, a new program spearheaded by the lab that seeks to build research, caregiving, and community capacity to facilitate transformative collaborative action to advance equity in brain health across the life course. The person(s) in this position will focus on outreach and research projects related to brain health and health equity and will receive guidance from Dr. Gilmore-Bykovskyi.