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Lori L. Holt          

Department of Psychology
Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Phone: (412) 268-4964
Fax: (412) 268-2798

Baker Hall 254A (Lab)
Baker Hall 254K (Office)

loriholt@cmu.edu

Directions to the Holt Lab:           |back to top|

For those of you unfamiliar with CMU campus of Pittsburgh, see this map.

Take Forbes Avenue as though you’re heading to Squirrel Hill (through Oakland) There is a “T” intersection with Forbes Avenue and Margaret Morrison — Turn right. Follow Margaret Morrison to the stop sign. Continue straight to next stop sign. Turn left onto Tech Street. At the stop sign at the top of the hill, turn right onto Frew Street. There is metered parking along Frew Street. Use the kiosks to purchase time with quarters or a credit card.

Baker Hall is a light colored brick building on Frew Street. Once in Baker walk straight down the hall about 30 feet until you see a big red spiral staircase to your left. Take the red stairs up to the second floor. The 254 wing is the first door to the left of the stairs.

Prospective Graduate Students:          |back to top|

Please contact Professor Holt by email, indicating your research interests, background and the contact information of several references. See the Department of Psychology website for application information. You may also be interested in training through the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition, a joint program with University of Pittsburgh.

Please see our Information for Prospective Graduate Students page.

Prospective Postdoctoral Researchers:          |back to top|

Please contact Professor Holt by email, indicating your research interests.
For more information on becoming a post-doctoral researcher in our laboratory. If you are a US citizen or permanent resident of the US, you may be eligible to apply for post-doctoral funding to support research in our laboratory through University of Pittsburgh’s NIH-supported T32 Auditory Training Grant.

Prospective Undergraduate Researchers:          |back to top|

We are extremely proud of the accomplishments of our undergraduate collaborators. If you are interested in joining the laboratory, please email Professor Holt.