Josh Steinberg

Josh Steinberg

My research interests broadly center around psychopathology treatments. I am passionate about mental health and am intrigued by opportunities to investigate the efficacy of treatments, especially those that are scaleable and can be made available for under-resourced populations. I am especially interested in internalizing disorders (e.g., mood and anxiety disorders) but I have experience with researching a wide array of disorders. I became involved in research during my second semester of freshman year and have enjoyed it so much that I have continued to seek out additional opportunities and have diversified my range of experiences. Since that experience during my freshman year, I have worked as a research assistant at several labs at UPenn and at other universities and would love to discuss research opportunities with any interested undergraduates. Please feel free to reach out with any questions and I'd be happy to help in whatever way I can.

Research Assistant Positions

  • Penn Center for the Prevention of Suicide, Perelman School of Medicine (PI: Dr. Greg Brown); conducting independent study during 2021-22 school year under the supervision of Dr. Kelly Green
  • Boundaries of Anxiety and Depression Laboratory, UPenn (PI: Dr. Ayelet Ruscio)
  • Emotion, Development, Environment, and Neurogenetics Laboratory (EDEN), UPenn (PI: Dr. Rebecca Waller)
  • The DeRubeis Lab, UPenn (PI: Dr. Robert DeRubeis)
  • The Nock Lab, Harvard University (PI: Dr. Matthew Nock)
  • The McNally Lab, Harvard University (PI: Dr. Richard McNally)
  • McLean OCD Institute for Children and Adolescents (OCDI Jr.), McLean Hosptial, Belmont, MA (PI: Dr. Lisa Coyne)

Interests