Research. The Alcohol Research Lab conducts novel, innovative research on substance use and abuse, trauma and sexual assault. If you are a participant looking to get in touch with us, please visit our Contact Us page. If you’re looking for directions to our lab, please visit our Location page.
Graduate Training. Under the supervision of Dr. Jennifer Read, we are a part of the University at Buffalo’s doctoral program in clinical psychology. As an integral component of graduate education, our lab holds frequent meetings focused on a variety of issues, such as student productivity, ethics, current issues in our field of study, reviews and critiques of scientific literature, and career development beyond graduate study. As a team, we aim to foster a welcoming and productive environment, and our students are cooperative, helpful, and outgoing. For a list of our current graduate students and their research interests, please click here. For a list of our previous trainees, please click here. For more information on applying to graduate school in clinical psychology at the University at Buffalo, visit our program website.
Our lab has been been featured by the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT), a leading professional organization in clinical psychology. Click here to learn more!
Undergraduate Training. Our lab also support undergraduate education via volunteer research assistant positions for UB students. Want to join our lab? Read more about what it’s like to be a research assistant in our lab here. For information on outcomes for previous research assistants, click here.