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The Applied Neuropsychology Lab is always open to people joining the team, at all levels of training. We are actively engaged in a variety of research projects, and strive to maintain an environment that encourages inquiry, growth, mentorship, and collegiality. Our lab also collaborates regularly with other labs at the University of Windsor and other universities.


Joining a lab is a terrific opportunity to gain valuable experience and skills, and/or complete formal requirements for professional development. There are a variety of approaches to supervision, particularly in terms of graduate student supervision. Read more here about Dr. Romero's supervision style, and principles underlying his expectations for clinical trainees.

If this sounds like your kind of experience, take a look below to learn more about the different types of positions available.


I am NOT taking applications for undergraduate students for the 2024/2025 academic year. Check back on this page for updates.

For students interested in joining the lab as research volunteers or students wishing to complete an undergraduate honour's thesis, read here about the organization of the lab, lab policies, work expectations, and procedures for applying for an undergraduate position.


I will be accepting a graduate student to the clinical psychology program for Fall 2025. Check back on this webpage for updates.


Please note that the UWindsor clinical psychology program has changed the application deadline to November 15, 2024

Interested applicants should apply to the neuropsychology track of the clinical program.

For my lab, fluency/proficiency in French or another language would be considered an asset. Prior experience with cognitive psychology studies using EEG or fNIRS would also be considered an asset, but neither are requirements for admission to the program.


I encourage applicants from racialized or other marginalized communities to apply.


There are possibilities for undergraduate medical students to participate in current research projects, particularly through the SWORP program. Interested students should contact Dr. Romero ( to discuss in more detail.

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