For Students & Trainees

The Laboratory of Human Cerebrovascular Physiology is pleased to offer opportunities for undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate trainees to engage in research.

How can you get involved?

BIM graduate research poster

BRAIN CREATE

The BRAIN CREATE program, co-directed by Dr. Marc Poulin and Dr. Richard Wilson, offers summer research studentships for undergraduate students, stipends for MSc and Ph.D. students, and salary support for postdoctoral fellows.

BIM II undergrad research

Undergraduate Opportunities

There are many ways for undergraduates to get involved in our research! Contact us if you are interested in volunteering in our lab or completing an undergraduate research project.

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BIM II Exercise Practicum

The Brain in Motion II study offers an undergraduate practicum through the Faculty of Kinesiology. For more details, visit the Kinesiology Practicums page.