The Schwartzer Lab is looking for a summer student to work as a research assistant supporting an NIH-funded study on the role of the immune system on brain and behavior development. The research uses a mouse behavioral model to measure changes in offspring brain following maternal allergy exposure.  No previous research experience needed but the candidate must be willing to work with live animals (mice) and cooperate in a team setting. Learn on-the-job training in a behavioral neuroscience lab while connecting with other research students. Summer housing costs included in the position. Please contact Jared Schwartzer with questions. Applications must be submitted at