Research staff positions available in SKHS:
1. Exercise Monitor in the Lifestyle and Cardiometabolic Research Unit.
2. Project Coordinator for the Canadian Disability Partnership Project (CDPP): The Canadian Disability Partnership Project (CDPP) is a research partnership of 43 academics from across Canada, the United States and England and 31 partners from Canadian sport, exercise and play organizations. The CDPP Principal Investigator, Dr. Amy Latimer-Cheung, is a faculty member in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies. The CDPP is funded through a 7-year research grant. The goal of CDPP is to develop, test, implement and nationally disseminate, evidence-based programs that create quality sport, exercise and play participation for children, youth and adults with physical, intellectual, and sensory disabilities. The CDPP invites applications for the following position (click on link for details):
Apply through Queen’s Career Q!