Thesis students interested in working on behavioural, anatomical, or on a sub-component of an imaging study will be considered.
Students wishing to participate in lab activities on a part-time basis, either through the Western Work Study Program, or on a volunteer basis are encouraged to contact us. Please include a resume, unofficial transcript, and a description of your interests.
Our lab can also support summer students through the NSERC USRA program. These awards favour undergraduate students with an outstanding academic record. If interested in making an application to the program, please plan to get in touch by January.
Students interested in graduate work in the lab should apply through either the Psychology Graduate Program, or the Neuroscience Graduate Program (please refer to individual program sites for application deadlines and admission criteria).
Funding opportunities for international graduate students are limited. International candidates are encouraged to apply for funding through scholarship programs like that offered by the BrainsCAN initiative.
We are always looking for highly-motivated researchers to join our team. Candidates who are eligible to apply for external funding are encouraged to contact us by email as early as possible to explore available opportunities.