How to apply
Dr. D’Mello will be accepting students through the Cognition and Neuroscience PhD Program as well as the Psychology PhD Program within the Department of Psychology at the University of Texas at Dallas. Interested students should check out the lab website, ongoing research projects, and feel free to reach out directly to Dr. D’Mello with questions. Prospective students can apply via Graduate Admissions at the University of Texas at Dallas. Application instructions can be found here.
What is the role of a grad student in lab?
D'Mello lab graduate students will have the opportunity to actively shape research directions in the lab, discuss ongoing projects, and actively contribute to research projects. Students will meet regularly with Dr. D’Mello to discuss progress, ideas, results, and future career goals. Students will take part in collecting, analyzing, and preparing data for publication; grant writing; and will be encouraged to (with financial support) attend national and international conferences relevant to their research and the research of the lab. Students will also have access to collaborations, outstanding resources, seminar series, and state of the art neuroimaging across departments and institutions including the Center for BrainHealth, Center for Vital Longevity, and O'Donnell Brain Institute.