Author Archives: Elliot Berkman
The SAN Lab is seeking a full-time lab manager to begin work in the fall of 2019. The position description is below. Interested applicants can submit their materials here. Position Summary The Social and Affective Neuroscience (SAN) Lab (sanlab.uoregon.edu) at … Continue reading
We are hiring a scientific programmer to work on tools for data-intensive projects and also mentor trainees in data science skills. A strong candidate would have a background in data science and teaching/mentorship, a passion for team science, and an … Continue reading
The SAN Lab and the Center for Translational Neuroscience have won a grant to pursue collaborations on translational neuroscience projects with our colleagues at Oregon Health and Science University through the OHSU-UO Partnership project. Read more about our project, “Translational … Continue reading
We are beyond thrilled to congratulate our latest lab alumni: Dr. Lauren E. Kahn and Dr. Jordan L. Livingston! We are so proud of everything you’ve done and where you’re going with your scholarship! Congratulations, Lauren and Jordan!
Lab Director Dr. Berkman has won a 2018 Janet Taylor Spence Award for Transformative Early Career Contributions from the Association of Psychological Science! The announcement states that the Award “celebrates the many new and cutting edge ideas coming out of … Continue reading
The Social and Affective Neuroscience Lab is hiring a full time RA to work on our healthy eating intervention. The perfect person would be a bright, motivated, and conscientious postbac with an interest in translational neuroscience. We’ll begin reviewing applications … Continue reading
Below is a guest post by Lisa May describing her latest paper, “Enhancement of Meditation Analgesia by Opioid Antagonist in Experienced Meditators”, which is now out in Psychosomatic Medicine. ——— People who practice meditation for a long time get pain … Continue reading
SAN Lab Graduate Student Brendan Cullen received a 2018 Graduate Research Fellowship (GRF) from the National Science Foundation. The prestigious GRF award will fully support Brendan’s doctoral studies for 3 of the next 5 years. Congratulations, Brendan!
Our new piece in Consulting Psychology Journal approaches goals and behavior change from a coaching perspective. How can coaches and consultants help their clients set better goals and effectively change their behavior? Dr. Berkman wrote a plain language summary on the … Continue reading
Several folks from our group led by doctoral candidate Jessica Flannery have a new piece on teen risk taking over at The Conversation, “Teens aren’t just risk machines – there’s a method to their madness”. You know the conventional wisdom: Adolescents … Continue reading