Dr. Bettina Hoeppner (https://scholar.harvard.edu/bettina.hoeppner/biocv) and her research team at the Massachusetts General Hospital are currently accepting applications for an undergraduate clinical research intern (remote) for the spring semester (with option to continue after). We are seeking highly motivated and organized students majoring in psychology or a related social science who are looking to gain clinical research experience while working as part of our research team. Our primary focus currently is on positive psychology interventions to support smokers in quitting smoking. Interns may also be asked to contribute to other ongoing projects (e.g., on recovery community centers; regarding an annual early stage investigator event at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association). Intern tasks may involve but are not limited to maintaining and organizing datasets, testing technology pieces used in research projects (e.g., smartphone apps), assisting with study eligibility screening procedures, and contributing to literature reviews for papers, grants and other projects. Interns will have the opportunity to participate in weekly journal club meetings designed to enhance the experience of reading research papers, monthly (or so) career development presentations (i.e., grad students from other institutions share their career path with our research coordinators and interns), and will have access to other educational opportunities provided by MGH and Harvard Medical School (e.g., the MGH Psychiatry Department Grand Rounds presentations). The ideal candidate has an interest in positive psychology, smoking research, and/or substance use research, and is planning on pursuing a graduate degree in psychology in the future. Familiarity with Endnote, REDCap, Outlook and SAS is a plus. The desire to learn and the ability to function as part of a team is a must. Hours are flexible (ideally between 3-8 per week). If you are interested in applying for this internship opportunity, please contact Katie Siegel at KSIEGEL1@mgh.harvard.edu. A complete application includes your resume, your cumulative GPA and cover letter. In your cover letter, please explain why you are applying for this internship, what you would like to learn, and how this experience will support you in your career path. We are accepting applications on a rolling basis until the position is filled.