Concealable Stigmatized Identities (CSI) Lab


Mission Statement
The mission of the CSI Lab is to examine the psychological, behavioral, and health implications of possessing a concealable stigmatized identity (CSI); utilize research findings to develop programs that help people cope with their CSIs and thrive in the face of them; and foster the intellectual and professional development of its members.

Recent News

Spring 2015

  • Prof. Chaudoir is awarded the SPSSI Michele Alexander Early Career Award for Scholarship and Service!
  • Congratulations to our Class of 2015 CSI lab members, Cecilia Wolfe (FJC: A Foundation for Philanthropic Funds) , Emily Richards (National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health at the National Institutes of Health), Elizabeth Inman (Massachusetts General Hospital), and Jared Beaudin (University of New England Medical School)!

Fall 2014

  • Congrats to Liz Inman, Emily Richards, and Cecilia Wolfe for presenting their research at the 21st Annual Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium!
  • Prof. Chaudoir is awarded a National Science Foundation grant (NSF BCS-1348899) to examine the stress of disclosure!

Current Members
First Row: Juliana Holcomb, Sarah Barr, Amy Schlegel. Second Row: Kristin Walker, Annie Mondi, Rebecca Stanton

Want to learn about CSI Lab Alumni? Click here.

Interested in Getting Involved?

We are always looking for new talented and motivated lab members! If you are interested in applying for a position within CSI Lab (either on a volunteer or course credit basis), please do the following:
1. Complete a CSI Lab Application form.
2. Prepare a resume/CV with relevant experiences (research, coursework, paid or volunteer work).
3. Email to arrange a personal meeting with Prof. Chaudoir and bring the above materials with you.