Graduate Student Opportunities
Dr. Courneya typically supervises 4-8 graduate students and post-doctoral fellows in the Behavioural Medicine Laboratory (BML) and opportunities are available regularly.
- Most students in the BML hold external scholarships or receive full research assistanships (RAs) as part of their training
- Students work 12 hours per week in the BML
Prior to applying for either graduate studies or a post-doctoral fellowship, those interested should contact Dr. Courneya to determine in their research interests fit with those of the BML, and also what opportunities are available for supervision.
Contact Dr. Courneya by email - firstname.lastname@example.org or phone his office at 780-492-1031.