Internship opportunities are available for students enrolled in internal or external master programs.

  • Students interested to participate in research with psychedelics, novel psychoactive substances and cannabis  (PIs Jan Ramaekers, Kim Kuypers, Eef Theunissen, Natasha Mason and several Ph.D. students) can send their application/motivation letter and CV to We are receiving many internship requests, and places are limited. We organize interviews with master students twice a year to check eligibility and availability. For internships starting in September-November we request to to submit your application before May. For internships starting in January-March we request to apply before November.
    • Please note
      • that we can only accept intern students who are enrolled as master students during the period of their internship.
      • that we can only accept intern students who can spend a minimum of 4 months for their internship (preferably even 6 months).
      • we will only reply if you’ve sent us a CV and letter of motivation and fulfill the criteria above
      • if admissible, we will send a reply and further instructions in April/September
  • The ROSTMEMA study is searching for Dutch-speaking interns, who want to help with our Clinical Trial: ‘ROSTMEMA: A drug for the cognitive sequela (mostly memory) after stroke’. The intern would help collecting data for our research, by filling out questionnaires and performing neuropsychological tests (memory, concentration, reaction time etc.) with our participants. These tests are a standard test battery, widely used in research as well as in clinical practice. Participants will receive the drug (Roflumilast) or placebo for three months in which the measurements will take place three times. There will be some extra measurements for the Open-Label study. The participants are screened at the University, follow up meetings will be at their homes, so the intern would be asked to move around a bit. Depending on the interns interests, they could help out with different stages in the data processing progress. More information about the research can be found on If you are interested in this internship you can contact: Jill Kerckhoffs ( Interns would be able to start at any time that fits their program.