Insights from HBC Lab Team members

Persistence pays: Successful applicant to a clinical psychology PhD. program tells what it’s like

Tuesday, April 2, 2024
No single approach works for everyone, writes HBC Research Assistant Kelsey Baller, who was recently accepted into Washington University's clinical psychology PhD program after multiple applications to various programs. Based on positive comments from interviewers, she believes her diversified lab experience, publications, presentations and professional/academic network were impactful factors in her successful application.

Improving outreach part of HBC Lab vision

Friday, February 9, 2024
Greetings from one of the newer Health, Brain, and Cognition Lab team members. I came on board in October 2023 to help build and strengthen the lab’s relationship with the community. The launch of this blog is just one part of Lab Director Michelle Voss’s vision of “science and intervention research that is bi-directional with the community whose lives we hope to improve through our research.”

Past, Present, and Future of the HBC lab

Wednesday, January 24, 2024
From its establishment in 2012 as a seedling nurtured by mentorship rigorous science, and financial support from the University of Iowa, the Health, Brain and Cognition Lab can now be compared to a mature tree, sprouting new branches of research and establishing lab alumni as seedlings in other areas.