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Undergraduate Students

​The following are opportunities offered in the Child Behavioural Health Research Lab for students completing an undergraduate degree:

Undergraduate Thesis Students: Dr. Andrade supervises 4th year undergraduate thesis of students who are enrolled in a University of Toronto program (on campus co-supervisor/sign off required).   

Work Study: For students enrolled in a University of Toronto undergraduate program. Postings listed on the UofT Career Learning Network website ( Work Study positions are listed under 'Jobs'.

Volunteer Research Assistants: Opportunities are available for volunteer Research Assistants to be involved in the lab. You will be involved in a variety of clinical-research activities, that may include supporting data collection with children, data management, conducting literature searches or other lab activities.

Other: Opportunities are also available for students in other undergraduate courses or disciplines who are completing specialized training (e.g., Clinical Research Coordinator, Service Learning).

If you are an undergraduate student who is interested in any of these opportunities, please email the Child Behaviour Lab (Child.Behaviour​​​​ with a brief description of your interests, Curriculum Vitae/resume and an unofficial transcript.

Prospective Graduate Students

​​​Dr. Brendan Andrade is an Adjunct faculty member at York University (Clinical-Developmental program) and the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education/University of Toronto (School Clinical Child Psychology Program).

If you are applying as a MA or PhD student to one of the above programs and are interested in being supervised by Dr. Andrade, please contact him via email ( to express your interest.


Psychology Residents/Practicum Students 

​​​​There are opportunities to complete placements in the Better Behaviour Service under the supervision of Dr. Brendan Andrade. Trainees gain experience in implementing evidence-based group and individualized interventions for children with disruptive behaviour and associated co-morbities. Additionally, trainees gain experience with conducting integrated clinical-research and opportunity to work with existing clinical data for publication.

Candidates in a CPA accredited Doctoral program in Clinical Psychology can get more information on how to apply by visiting:

Prospective Psychology Residents

Prospective Psychology Practicum Students


Postdoctoral Trainees

If you are interested in being a post-doc supervised by Dr. Andrade at the Child Youth and Emerging Adult Program through the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health's Postdoctoral Fellowship Program, please contact him directly at Dr. Andrade is open to collaboratively working on funding proposals to support post-doctoral training. 

For more information, please visit this website:

Postdoctoral Fellowships


​​Advancements in child health can only happen with strong and productive collaboration. If interested in collaborating on research, clinical practice, or other initiatives, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Andrade by email at