NLD Lab Philosophy
- Innovation occurs at the crossroads of disciplines and conducting translational neurobiological research is inherently interdisciplinary. We therefore respect individual strengths and seek people who excell in areas like technology, computer science, biology, mathematics/statistics, social skills/networking, theory, writing, and/or organization and administration. But most importantly, we foster motivated team players who are willing to learn from and teach each other.
The lab is run like a family business. We care for each other, stimulate entrepreneurship, and deliver quality output (good graduates, effective dissemination, innovative products or methodologies) that furthers our mission.
As a supervisor, I [Dr. Woltering] am expecting graduate students to be self-motivated and naturally inquisitive. I like to involve students at many levels of research, give them personal responsibility, and provide guidance, opportunities, and direction where needed or asked for. However, I also challenge them to become maximally confident and capable agents for the future.
Undergraduate Research Assistants
Are you interested in exploring the biological bases of human learning, motivation, and cognition?
We are seeking undergraduate students at Texas A&M University to join us in this challenge. These positions start at 8hrs/week and will provide many opportunities for professional growth, such as:
- Reference letters
- Lab experience
- Collaboration on research papers
- Teaching opportunities
- Potential for course credit
If you are interested in applying for this position, email Dr. Steven a copy of your resume and a short cover letter.