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Stanford University
Jordan Hall (Building 420)
450 Jane Stanford Way
Stanford, CA 94305


Stanford University
Jordan Hall (Building 420), Office #244
450 Jane Stanford Way
Stanford, CA 94305
Phone: 650.725.2418 

For anyone interested in contacting the lab for general or press inquiries, please email MBL Lab.


If you're interested in receiving occassional email updates pertaining to the lab's research, please fill out this google form


If you're interested in having Professor Crum be your undergraduate psychology advisor, email Isaac Handley-Miner to set up a meeting with her. Be sure to bring your completed course form to your meeting. 


If you are interested in becoming a member of our lab and carrying out research, we'd love to hear from you.  The various ways of getting involved are outlined below:

Attend lab meetings:  If you are interested in joining the Mind & Body Lab, we strongly recommend attending lab meetings. To find out more about them, please email Isaac Handley-Miner.

Apply to be a MBL Research Assistant: Research Assistants are a core part of the lab, and contribute in many ways, including performing literature reviews, subject recruitment, data collection and analysis, and experiment design. Research assistants can receive credit or work-study compensation. If interested, please email Isaac Handley-Miner for application materials.

Apply to be a PhD student: Dr. Crum will be accepting students during the 2019-2020 application cycle to start in the fall of 2020. Information on applying to graduate education can be found here. Please be sure to list social as your area of interest if you are looking to work with Dr. Crum.

Apply to be a Postdoctoral Scholar: We are not accepting applications for postdoc positions at this time, but if you would be interested in future opportunities, send your CV to Isaac Handley-Miner. Desired qualifications for postdocs in our lab include excellent methodological and statistical expertise employing experimental, longitudinal, and/or assessment-development designs and experience conducting research using hormonal, immune, cardiovascular, or other physiological indicators.