Opportunities exist for highly qualified honours and graduate students with interests in physical activity, sedentary behaviour and/or obesity in various populations, and associations with health outcomes. Students will develop expertise in areas related to epidemiology and population health. Prospective graduate students are encouraged to make contact early, and will be encouraged to apply to funding agencies (e.g. CIHR) providing support for students.
*** FUNDING IS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE FOR MSc STUDENTS with an interest in physical activity and sedentary behaviour epidemiology. Students should have an above average GPA, with background in kinesiology, exercise science, health studies, epidemiology or related disciplines.***
Volunteer research assistant opportunities exist for bright, motivated, conscientious students seeking experience with various aspects of population health research as related to physical activity, sedentary behaviour and obesity. Please contact the Lab Director and include an unofficial transcript and outline of your goals and interests.
The University of Regina is a mid-sized comprehensive university enrolling 14,000 full-time and part-time undergraduate and graduate students in
10 faculties and 25 academic departments, with reputations for excellence and innovative programs (120 undergraduate + 78 graduate programs)
leading to bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees.