We invite applications from interested students for an internship in the Denisova lab for the academic year (2020-2021). We are seeking one highly motivated, detail oriented, conscientious and intellectually curious student to join our group. The lab is devoted to uncovering the neurobiologically-grounded underpinnings of autism in children and we use cutting-edge analytic methods for our work, including functional and structural MRI and advanced behavioral assays. You will join our team working on several ongoing projects. Currently we seek candidates to assist with software design and development and biobehavioral analytics (i.e. Big Data). Students from all backgrounds are invited and will be given full consideration; preference will be given to candidates who have some experience writing code and scripts (Python or MATLAB) and who plan to apply to graduate PhD programs or who seek experience in a health related field. We will hold ZOOM interviews in mid-November. Applications will be considered as they are received. Required qualifications: These positions require that you are currently in a degree program (B.S. or M.S.) or a recent graduate in Computer Science, Engineering, Math, or Neuroscience, Biology, Psychology, or Data Science. Attention to detail is a must. Preferred qualifications: You have a background in computer science, engineering, math, and/or biology or psychology. You are able to work independently as well as part of the team, to enjoy problem solving, and be willing to assist with general lab tasks. The ideal candidate is someone with a strong technical background who is interested in investigating how the mind works in health and illness, who plans to go to graduate school or industry, and who would like hands-on training in academic and health-related research. We enthusiastically invite inquiries from all interested students and international scholars. Duties and Responsibilities:-assist with programming and write code (e.g. MATLAB, Python)-be available to work on weekends-be committed to contributing about 15 hours total per week if accepted for the positionTo apply, please send (1) a Statement of Interest with a brief description of why you are interested in being considered for this internship, and (2) Resume or CV that clearly outlines how you hope this internship can serve your longer-term scholarly goals. This is an unpaid position.