As such, BrainHealth has an expansive range of ongoing career opportunities that change over time, including: Doctoral students interested in clinical neuroscience; brain imaging experts; neurologists with a focus on research in brain plasticity; computer technology; and many others. To find out faculty and staff positions that are currently available, please visit The University of Texas at Dallas website. All potential Center for BrainHealth candidates must complete an application for employment at UT Dallas Human Resources. To do so, please click here.
If you are a student looking to work at Center for BrainHealth or its Brain Performance Institute, visit the CometCareers page.
Researchers handle intern recruitment and placement individually. To inquire about internship opportunities, please contact the researcher with whom you are interested in studying or working. Preference for internship positions is given to UT Dallas students. Generally, paid internships are not available.
Links for information on individual research labs located at the Center for BrainHealth are below:
Once you have identified the person you would like to contact, please search the directory for contact info.
PAST INTERNS ON THEIR EXPERIENCE AT BRAINHEALTH:
“Working in such a dynamic environment [at the Center for BrainHealth] allowed me to improve how I work under pressure, which will be invaluable throughout my career. The people I worked with made the internship experience unlike any I have had before! They were always open, honest, and willing to help me in any way if I didn’t know how to do something.”
-Sarah H., 2016 ExxonMobil Community Summer Jobs Program Intern
“Working as an intern at the Center for BrainHealth was an amazing opportunity that allowed me to learn the structure, voice, dynamics, and daily-life of an organization. I feel so lucky to have worked with such an encouraging staff that both guided and invited my creativity. Never have I felt so comfortable interacting with all employees, regardless of department or position, as I did at the Center. I always have had an interest in communications and working to benefit others, but this internship encompassed both of those more than I could have ever hoped!”
-Emily G., 2015 ExxonMobil Community Summer Jobs Program Intern
“The Center [for BrainHealth] offers many distinct opportunities for interns. Through the course of the internship, I was able to strengthen my public relations skills, professional development, and leadership abilities. The Community Relations team was encouraging, valued my ideas, and worked as a unified team. I learned valuable ways to maintain donor relations and motivate others to support a worthy cause. When I went back to Baylor this fall, I was able to look at my courses from a new perspective and apply what I had learned. This experience was invaluable for me.”
-Sarah S., 2012 ExxonMobil Community Summer Jobs Program Intern