Apply for a unique Research Assistant opportunity and earn 3 or 6 credits.
Research Assistant: 3 Credits
Join an ongoing research project carried out by a DIS faculty member. As a Research Assistant, you collaborate closely with your mentor. By the end of your semester, you will grasp the complexities of the research process. In some cases, short travel with your mentor to European research institutions may occur. All costs are covered by DIS. Information will be provided before the start of the semester.
3-Credit Research Assistantships are:
- Research Assistant: Can Psychological Intervention Decrease Political Polarization?
- Research Assistant: Children, Clothing, and Swedish Societal Norms
- Research Assistant: HIV and Reproductive Technology Access
- Research Assistant: Trafficking in Persons for the Purpose of Organ Removal
- Research Assistant: Youth Culture and Media Convergence: SKAM and its U.S. Remake
Research Assistant: 6 Credits
Advance your knowledge within the natural and health sciences. Matched with a Stockholm-based research institution and a mentor, you participate in existing research where you develop your clinical and laboratory skills.
6-Credit Research Assistantships include:
- Investigation of the Structure-function Basis of Neurological Drug Effects, Department of Biochemistry & Biophysics, Stockholm University
- Investigation of the Structural Basis of Nerve Function with Molecular Dynamics Simulations, Department of Biochemistry & Biophysics, Stockholm University
Access to reproductive technologies, such as IVF, for people living with HIV is an extremely important, but understudied issue. It also raises important issues around overlapping (and sometimes contradictory) policy frameworks at local, national, and European levels.
The Research Assistants survey clinics and interview healthcare providers and patients to understand how individuals make decisions about treatment. I feel that this project has such an exciting applied aspect as we aim to raise awareness of an important public health issue and improve healthcare access in this area.”