Graduate Student, Postdoctoral, and Research Staff Opportunities
The Space-Time Indices for Clinical Support (STICs) project will explore the use of geo-location systems to collect and analyze clinical and behavioural data from older adults living with dementia, to explore the effectiveness of clinical inventions. The incumbent will work collaboratively with the implementation research team to execute a research protocol in a clinical setting. The position will be largely remote.
The Health Psychology Laboratory and Pain and Aging Lab, University of Regina will support strong candidates to apply for a 2-year Health Systems Impact Post-Doctoral Fellowship that would be funded jointly by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation and the Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan. The successful candidate will work with a team of researchers led by Dr. Thomas Hadjistavropoulos, FCAHS, Research Chair in Aging and Health and Professor of Psychology, University of Regina. Ideal candidates will hold doctorates (or will be doctoral candidates near completion) in related disciplines including Gerontology, Psychology, Rehabilitation Sciences, Nursing, or related fields.
A virtual/remote cardiac rehabilitation program is seeking a highly motivated and versatile PhD with a clinical background (physiotherapist, kinesiologist, nurse, occupational-therapist, etc.) to join the research team of My Heart Fitness (MHF) under the supervision of Dr David Alter, Senior Scientist at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute-UHN. The successful candidate will be in charge of recruitment, data collection, coordination, and part of the data analysis of a clinical study sponsored by Myant Inc. The study intends to test the performance of the Skiin devices for the monitoring and guidance of physical activity performed during and between cardiac rehab exercises.
A PhD position is available immediately for a highly motivated graduate student to join a dynamic research team devoted to issues related to brain health, technology and patient experience. The position is based out of the University of British Columbia and BC Children’s and Women’s Hospital in Vancouver, BC. The successful individual will work closely with the Principal Investigator of the Neuroscience, Engagement and Smart Tech (NEST) Lab and other members of the Project Team to evaluate and co-develop technology to support brain health across the lifespan.