Background and Training
The study of human action is multidisciplinary and students and trainees with backgrounds in psychology, physiology, neuroscience, kinesiology, engineering, or mathematics are encouraged to apply to join the lab.
The lab currently has space for one or two additional graduate students.
Students can apply either to the Department of Psychology Graduate Program or the Queen's Neuroscience Graduate Program. Funding is available from the Lab, Department, University, and extra-mural agencies.
Please email Randy Flanagan for more information.
Undergraduate Honours ProjectsEach year, two or three undergraduates carry out their Honours research projects in the laboratory. In the past, students from Psychology, Life Sciences, Mechanical Engineering, and Engineering Physics have completed projects in the lab. Contact Randy Flanagan if you are interested in seeing the lab and discussing possible projects.
Postdoctoral Research Fellows
The lab has a strong track record of attracting postdoctoral fellows, many of whom now have academic positions. If you are interested in carrying out postdoctoral work in the lab* please contact Randy Flanagan.
*The lab works closely with Jason Gallivan's lab at Queen's and, together, the two labs provide a strong environment for both neuroimaging and behavioural studies.