The Einstein Lab identifies and studies cognition and memory in the context of the brain’s interactions with the rest of the body. We believe it’s essential to illuminate areas where research doesn’t yet have good answers to important health questions that affect women, men and gender-diverse individuals.
Our strength lies in the rigour and credibility of our research and our multidisciplinary approach to cognitive neuroscience, gender and health.
We welcome collaboration with a wide range of fellow scientists: multidisciplinary sex differences and gender researchers, as well as researchers working in the fields of memory, hormones, pain, inherited breast and ovarian cancer, and female genital cutting. If you share our interest in how sex and gender shape cognition and brain health, we’d love to hear from you! Contact us.
The Einstein Lab offers a rich, multidisciplinary environment in which research trainees can learn and contribute to important research. We have students from both the Department of Psychology and the Dalla Lana School of Public Health. We are currently seeking research trainees from a number of different disciplines to join our team. Please contact Dr. Gillian Einstein for further details.
Please see current opportunities page.
Community Advisory Groups
We recruit community members to act as Community Advisory Group experts for a number of our studies. Learn more.
The Einstein Lab is home to undergraduates doing independent research courses as well as volunteering and being Research Assistants. If you are interested in doing an independent project contact Dr. Gillian Einstein.