The Queen’s University Muscle Physiology Lab (QMPL) and the Nutrition and Metabolism Research Group (NMRG) are accepting applications to the SKHS Research Mini-Stream. Research Mini-Stream students in the QPML/NMRG will be co-supervised by Drs. Brendon Gurd and Chris McGlory.
Drs. Gurd and McGlory are committed to providing Research Mini-Stream opportunities to BIPOC students. If you identify as a BIPOC student and are interested in nutrition and exercise metabolism you are highly encouraged to apply. If you are comfortable doing so please identify yourself as BIPOC in your application.
It is anticipated that successful applicants will complete the Research Skills Development Practicum (HLTH/KNPE 352) in 3rd year (2023-34) and an Honours Thesis (HLTH/KNPE 595) in 4th year (2024-25) under the co-supervision of Drs. Gurd and McGlory. The completion of an independent study literature review (HLTH/KNPE 456) during the summer between 3rd and 4th year (summer 2024) will be strongly encouraged. Students successfully completing 352 and 595 will receive the SKHS Research Mini-Stream Certificate.
HLTH/KNPE 352 – Research Skills Development Practicum
HLTH/KNPE 456 – Literature review (completed remotely during summer between 3rd and 4th year)
HLTH/KNPE 595 – Honours Thesis
The majority of previous graduates from the QMPL/NMRG Research Mini-Stream have gone on to post graduate degrees in research, medicine, and physiotherapy.
Submit an application package including the following:
Applicants to the Queen’s Muscle Physiology Lab (QMPL) and Nutrition and Metabolism Research Group (NMRG) should send their applications directly to Drs. Brendon Gurd and Chris McGlory. Please title the e-mail ‘Research Mini-Stream Application’.
Any questions on the application process can be sent directly to Drs. Brendon Gurd and Chris McGlory via email.
Dr. Brendon Gurd: email@example.com
Dr. Chris McGlory: firstname.lastname@example.org
28 Division St. Kingston, ON, 37L 3N6